We are a registered charity. We rely on a combination of statutory funding from Arts Council England, grants from trusts and foundations, income from private and earned sources, and donations from individuals.
We are the cultural voice of the River Thames. We promote events with a river link, whether they are sporting and well-being activities, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes. We also promote the river as a vital natural ecology and a great place to visit, live and work. We want the river to play a central role in the life and culture of London.
Our heritage and education programmes are mostly free, they are open to all, and are directed at London’s most deprived boroughs. Our annual festival, Totally Thames provides a high-profile platform for artists, environmentalists, rowing clubs, riparian community ventures and other river stakeholders to showcase their work.
Each year we need to raise £350,000 to develop our work – your donation will help us to succeed.
The impact of Covid-19 is being felt across all of our income streams, so we need your support now, more than ever. We recognise that this is a challenging time for many. However, if you can consider making a donation, it will be hugely appreciated.
Become an official Totally Thames sponsors!
- Branding opportunities.
- Access to our diverse audience.
- Supporting your local community.
- Association with a leading London festival.
Sponsorship can be tailored to suit your business, and our team will help develop the perfect package to meet your needs. You can sponsor the festival as a whole, or an individual event.
For more information email Daniela.
There are several areas of our work which currently attract funding support.
- Arts and culture
- Artist and new work development
Are you passionate about the Thames? Do you enjoy arts and cultural events, and interacting with the public? Interested in volunteering?
Volunteers are an essential part of our team and help us bring the river to life during Totally Thames. You will be ambassadors at our events, providing information to audiences, assisting with the smooth running of events, and gathering audience feedback, while gaining new skills and experience, learning more about our river community.
For more information email Sophie.