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  • Edmund de Waal talks to patrons about his exhibition Atmosphere
    Photo: Stephen White

Support > Supporters and funders

Turner Contemporary would like to warmly thank the following individuals and organisations for their support, we would not be here without you, and value your continued support.


Public Investment and Lottery Funding
Kent County Council, Arts Council England, British Council, Interregional Culture-led Regeneration, Thanet District Council

Individual Patrons
Ian & Sandie Barker, Anne Berthoud, Elizabeth Brooks, Nigel & Jenny Cartwright, Aldo & Elisabeth Ciarrocchi, Mac & Jill Cochrane, Jill Cochrane & Michael Todd, Thomas Croft, Alan & Diane Forrest, Mary Godden, John Harvey & Kerry Millett, Peter Hawkes, Daniel Hiester, George & Vicki Jessel, Andrew Johnston, Daniel Katz, Helen Macintyre, Mary Moore, Sir Graeme Odgers, Ian & Juliet Odgers, Richard Oldfield & Amicia de Moubray, Catherine Petitgas, Ian Pettman, Thea Scott, The Countess Sondes, Evelyn Stern, Clive & Brigitte Stevens, Lady Juliet Tadgell, Jonathan Viner, John Westwood, James & Rachel Wilberforce-Andrews, Maggie Leah Wilkinson, Tim & Janet Williams, Maz Wilton, Sara Woodward, Sarah Wyld.

Corporate Support

Boys & Maughan, The Canterbury Auction Galleries, The Chapel Down Winery, Crown Fine Art, del Renzio & del Renzio, Discovery Park, Fujifilm Speciality Ink Systems, Hauser & Wirth, Lisson Gallery, McCabe Ford Williams, Miles & Barr, Moosejaw Woodworks, Muse, Shepherd Neame, Southeastern, St Lawrence College, White Cube, Wilmot ML.

Trusts and Foundations
Art Fund, Artswork, The Baring Foundation, Children and the Arts, The Diana Edgson Wright Charitable Trust, Dover and Deal Decorative and Fine Arts Society, The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, The Eaton Fund, Ernest Cook Trust, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, The Finnis Scott Foundation, Foyle Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation, Henry Moore Foundation, John Ellerman Foundation, Kent Community Foundation, The Gibbons Family Trust, Live Well Kent Innovation Fund, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, Pro Helvetia, The 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust.

Catalyst Endowment Donors
The Antony Hornby Charitable Trust, Stuart Atkinson & Kiel Shaw, The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation, Elizabeth Brooks, Nigel & Jenny Cartwright, The Chapel Down Winery, Jill Cochrane & Michael Todd, Thomas Croft, Crown Fine Art, Mark Dance, Tamsin Dillon, Discovery Park, Tracey Emin, Alan Figgis, E-Len Fu, Fujifilm Speciality Ink System, Sir Roger Gale, Mary Godden, John Harvey & Kerry Millett, Helen Hayes, Sarah Hohler, The HR Pratt Boorman Family Foundation, Sarah Hues, George & Vicki Jessel, John Kampfner & Lucy Ash, Roly Keating, The Loveday Trust, Tom Maddison, Catherine & David Manning, Mary Moore, Moosejaw Woodworks, Sir Graeme Odgers, The Overstone Fund, Midge Palley, Victoria Pomery, The Roger De Haan Charitable Trust, Piers Sanders, Thea & Douglas Scott, Peter Selman, Nicola Shaw, Shepherd Neame, Andrew Somers, The Countess Sondes, Evelyn Stern, Clive Stevens, Fiona Sunley, Lady Juliet Tadgell, Thanet District Council, Robin Vousden, Neil Webster, John Westwood, Jonathan Wilmot, Maz Wilton, Sara Woodward

Founding Patrons and Supporters
Graham & Anita Alexander, The Allan Willett Foundation, Stuart Atkinson & Kiel Shaw, The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation, Clore Duffield Foundation, Michael & Georgina Djanogly, Tracey Emin, John Erle-Drax, Wendy Fisher, Francis & Camilla Fitzgibbon, Foyle Foundation, Gallagher Group Ltd, Penny Govett, Robin Haddon & Carol Wilcox, Hazel Wood Charitable Trust, The HR Pratt Boorman Family Foundation, The John S Cohen Foundation, Ben Jupp & Helen Hayes, Daniel & Gry Katz, Catherine & David Manning, The Monument Trust, Sir Graeme Odgers, Richard Oldfield & Amicia de Moubray, Victoria Pomery, The Roger De Haan Charitable Trust, School of Arts University of Kent, Shepherd Neame, John & Kay Shipton, Emma Soames, South East England Development Agency, Tim & Sophia Steel, Sunley Family, Lady Juliet Tadgell, Sir Christopher & Lady Wates


Thanks also to many other generous donors and those who wish to remain anonymous.

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