You can support Flat Time House and it's activities by making a one-off donation of any size. As a registered charity, all donations directly support our education and exhibition programmes.
Smaller donations can be made instantly via PayPal.
All dontations, both large and small, make a difference and your support is greatly valued and appreciated.
Any donation, no matter how small or large, can qualify for tax relief under Gift Aid as long as the donor is a UK tax payer. For example: if you give a donation of £1000, Flat Time House can reclaim an extra £250 from the Inland Revenue.
If you are a higher rate tax payer you can also benefit. For example: if you donate £1,000, as a higher rate UK tax payer you could be entitled to claim up to £250 from the Inland Revenue. This means that your donation of £1000 to Flat Time House would cost you only £750.
For more information and to donate please email Curator/Director Gareth Bell-Jones email@example.com
After being threatened with closure, the future of Flat Time House was secured in 2016 by the generous intervention of The Dino and Ernesta Santarelli Foundation. The Foundation now own the property that accommodates Flat Time House, allowing FTHo to continue to operate independently in the original studio and home of John Latham. Flat Time House is enormously grateful for the Foundation’s continued support.
Flat Time House is also supported by the John Latham Foundation, and in 2019-2020 is generously supported by The Sir Denis Mahon Charitable Trust and The Estate of Barry Flanagan amongst others, to whom we would like to extend our gratitude.
Since 2008, FTHo programmes have been supported by The Arts Council, The Sir Denis Mahon Charitable Trust, Cockayne Grants for the Arts, The Estate of Barry Flanagan, The Henry Moore Foundation, The Danish Arts Council, Institut für Auslandsbesziehungen, University College London, Kings College London, Chelsea School of Art, Newcastle University, Elephant Trust, Arts and Humanities Research Council, Lisson Gallery, Arts Catalyst and private patrons who wish to remain anonymous.