Support us

We are a charity and rely on the generous donations of the public and our funders to keep things ticking over. There are many ways to support us, from one-off donations to monthly memberships and sponsorships. 

We generate money from a wide range of sources including commercial activities such as the Cafe Bar and revenue funding from Arts Council England and Derby City Council. However, we are still reliant on fundraising activities to support our full programme.

Donate to QUAD

Business Sponsorship

There are various ways in which a business can sponsor QUAD, including sponsorship of a space or room at QUAD or sponsorship of an activity at QUAD. In return, we offer a range of benefits to sponsors. Read on to find out more.

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Sponsor a Step

Would you like your company name seen by 350,000 visitors a year? As part of QUAD's 10th anniversary we have launched this new sponsorship opportunity, which will directly help QUAD's participatory programmes inspire the next generation of artists, filmmakers and creatives.

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QUAD 100 Club

Your business can sponsor QUAD for one year by becoming a QUAD 100 member. Joining the QUAD 100 Club helps us to raise funds that support QUAD’s programme of outreach work which helps transform the lives of young and old people, the disadvantaged and those in hard to reach communities.

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Become a QUAD Member

If you’ve been inspired by QUAD, help us inspire others by becoming a Member, Friend or a QUAD Donor. Our membership offers a host of benefits starting at less than £3 per month.

 

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Plus One

Major arts and cultural organisations in Derby have joined forces to provide children in care with opportunities to see and experience live performances, films, workshops, and a host of further arts and culture related opportunities, throughout the city and beyond. Your donation to Plus One makes a massive difference. Experiencing the arts can spark a life-changing journey for a young person in care.

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Our Funders

QUAD is supported by Arts Council England and Derby City Council.

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