WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT MORE THAN EVER
As a charitable organisation that relies heavily on ticket sales, the current situation will naturally have a devastating financial impact for Wiltshire Creative. Help us to support actors, artists, freelancers and theatre staff who will face hardship due to the current closure. We need your support now more than ever, so that when doors can open again we can continue to offer a full range of arts, entertainment and cultural activities. Your donations would be hugely appreciated and help us get back to creatively serving our community as soon as we can. Thank you.
The Trustees, Executives and all staff at Wiltshire Creative
Wiltshire Creative is a new pan-arts organisation that brings together the energy and ambition of Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury International Arts Festival and Salisbury Playhouse. It is an ambitious and innovative joint arts offer that secures a bright future for audiences, artists and participants.
As a registered charity (number 249169), we depend on the generosity of you, our audience, to carry out our valuable work of stimulating, educating and inspiring people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities through our artistic and community programmes.
- LEAVE A LASTING LEGACY
Also, as we are a registered charity (number 249169), the easiest way you can support Wiltshire Creative is with a gift in your Will.
Members are at the heart of our organisation and actively help us deliver our broad programme of work.
Become a Member today from just £40 and support our work as a registered charity with the UK’s very best artists and across our community.
Plus, receive a range of exclusive benefits for Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury International Arts Festival and Salisbury Playhouse... just a little thank you from us!
All for just £40 a year – or £55 if you fancy joining with a friend, partner or loved one. You can also purchase a Wiltshire Creative Gift Membership:
Members enquiries line: 01722 343 036
Members enquiries email: email@example.com
PRODUCERS (£15+ a month/£180+ a year) get more involved behind-the-scenes and enjoy discovering how we make things happen.
Producers benefit from exclusive behind-the-scenes events, free Wiltshire Creative Membership, opportunities to meet our creative teams, and named acknowledgement in selected programmes.
Become a Playhouse Producer for a minimum donation of just £15 a month (or £180 a year) and you can help us to present brand new plays, develop emerging talent and continue our outstanding work with young people and the community, whilst enjoying a close relationship with our Artistic team.
If you are interested in becoming a Producer, or for more information, please get in touch with the Development team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01722 343 036.
Benefactors support our vision to become the very best pan-arts organisation in the South West, celebrating the distinctiveness of each art form as well as embracing creative interaction between them.
Your contribution enables our wide variety of artistic and community programmes, including Music, Dance and Visual Arts to flourish and adds significant value to what we are able to achieve.
In recognition of your generous support, you will enjoy named acknowledgement and exclusive invitations to Opening Nights, Private Views and special insight events with the opportunity to meet artists.
If you are interested in becoming a Benefactor, or for more information, please get in touch with the Development team on email@example.com or 01722 343 036.
COMMISSIONERS (£500+) help us to create brand new work across all art forms, for audiences of all ages.
Commissioners see a production, exhibition or new work created at all stages. Benefit from seeing at first hand the process we go through, following a new commission on its journey, with opportunities to hear exclusive talks by the artists involved, see early design ideas, rehearsals in action and the joy of seeing a brand new work come to fruition.
If you are interested in becoming a Commissioner, or for more information, please get in touch with the Development team, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01722 343 036.
INVESTORS (£1000+) are visionary donors who enable our organisation to flourish, now and long into the future.
Investors can pick specific activities that they would like to support from our extensive portfolio of projects and strands of work.
In recognition of your generous support, Investors benefit from an exclusive suite of benefits, designed specifically to suit your needs, including public acknowledgement, private events and artist engagement.
If you would like to find out more about how you can support Wiltshire Creative as an Investor, please contact the Development team, on email@example.com or 01722 343 036.
If the time is ever right for you to remember a charity in your Will please remember Wiltshire Creative. Every gift – however large or small – makes a difference. Even 1% (so your loved ones inherit 99%) or a modest cash sum.
It really is the easiest and simplest way to support our work, ensuring Wiltshire Creative survives and thrives long into the future.
If you would like to find out more about how you can support Wiltshire Creative with a gift in your Will, please contact the Development team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01722 343 036.
Alternatively, you can seek advice from your solicitor – all you need is the following information about us:
Name: Wiltshire Creative
Address: Salisbury Playhouse, Malthouse Lane, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7RA.
Registered Charity Number: 249169
Wiltshire Creative is vital to the local community and delivers a measurable social, economic and environmental impact. With two thirds of our audiences, and participants for our artistic and community programmes coming from outside of Salisbury, our reach is much wider than the local economy.
As a registered charity, community and business relationships are essential to us. We have a wealth of brand awareness and hospitality opportunities and we are keen to foster relationships that will enable businesses to enhance their commercial objectives and implement their corporate social responsibility strategies.
Through our festivals and two venues, we welcome audiences of over 250,000 to see our work every year. Our active social media platforms reach over 45,000 people and printed materials reach a further 100,000. We also enjoy a loyal membership of over 1,000 people who actively engage with and financially support our work.
Wiltshire Creative has a wide range of partnership packages so that businesses of all sizes can support and engage in a diverse range of arts, culture and education and help to enrich our local and wider community. Through our extensive networks and creative marketing and PR campaigns we are placing Salisbury and Wiltshire on the national and international stage, raising the profile of the South West and reaching new customers, clients and future employees for our sponsors.
We are keen to engage new strategic partnerships and sponsorship at all levels so please contact us.
Charitable trusts and foundations play a vital role in supporting all aspects of our work. From helping us to support emerging talent and produce brand new work to enabling our innovative community and outreach programmes, which connect the local community and support the next generation of artists.
If you are involved with a grant making trust or foundation and would like to learn more about the work of Wiltshire Creative, please do get in touch as we are always happy to discuss the projects and programmes that would benefit from your support.
We are also always delighted to welcome trustees and other representatives of grant makers to our venues, city and county, to see our productions, events and activities.
For more information, please contact the Development team, on email@example.com or 01722 343 036.
We are most grateful for the support of our Members, donors and supporters alongside public funders Arts Council England (as a National Portfolio Organisation), Wiltshire Council and Salisbury City Council.
Richard and Paddy Archer
Michael and Hilary Bird
Doric and Sara Bossom
Rory Carter and Dame Elizabeth Neville
Prof Dick Clements and Jenny Taylor
George Cruddas and Chris Dunkley
David and Rachel Davies
Jeremy Davies and Simon McEnery
Amanda Foster and Fiona Goodyear
Chris and Clem Martin
Mike Moody and Birthe Mester
Dame Rosemary Spencer
Colin and Sue Taylor
Charles and Francoise Tongue
William and Diana Verdon Smith
Nigel and Wendy Wingate
And those who wish to remain anonymous
Community First Foundation
The Rowan Bentall Charitable Trust
The Blagrave Trust
CHK Charities Ltd
The de Brye Charitable Trust
D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
Earl of Chichester’s Charitable Trust
The Joyce Fletcher Charitable Trust
The Foyle Foundation
A W Gale Charitable Trust
The Gannett Foundation
Thomas Grace Charity
The Walter Guinness Charitable Trust
The Holliday Foundation
David Horlock Trust
The J J Charitable Trust
J P Marland Charitable Trust
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation
NFU Mutual Community Giving Fund
Regional Theatre Young Directors Scheme
The RTR Foundation
The South Square Trust
Stone King Foundation
Tidworth Area Board
The Verdon-Smith Family Charitable Trust
Garfield Weston Foundation
Wiltshire Community Foundation
The Worshipful Company of Grocers