Delfina Foundation welcomes support from both institutions and individuals. Your contribution is vital to continue and expand our work facilitating artistic exchange and developing creative practice through our residencies and public programmes.

Every contribution helps. Whilst there is no minimum donation, we ask supporters to consider gifts equivalent to residency costs. £35 provides a seven-day travel pass for a resident, £500 contributes to an event in our dynamic public programme, £1000 provides a resident’s international travel allowance, £2500 provides a resident’s food allowance. We are happy to discuss larger gifts to fully sponsor a residency or public programme.

If you would like to support our work please do get in touch so we can discuss the possibilities for collaborating.

Please contact Gillean Dickie, Director of Operations, on or +44 (0)20 7233 5344.

To make a donation via cheque: Please make cheques payable to ‘Delfina Foundation’ and post to our mailing address: 29/31 Catherine Place, London SW1E 6DY.

To make a donation via a bank transfer: Please get in touch so we can share our bank details with you. We are happy to accept payment by monthly standing order, as well as lump sums.

To make a donation with a debit credit card: Please click the button below to donate via our dedicated PayPal donation page.

If you are a UK tax payer you may be able to boost your donation by 25p for every £1 you donate through Gift Aid. Gift Aid is reclaimed by Delfina Foundation from the tax you pay in the current tax year. If you would like gift aid to be claimed on your donation please get in touch.

From Our Archive

58th Venice Biennale: Performances

Watch the performances from the opening week


Delfina Presents: Liz Glynn

Presenting a performance that draws its imagery from the British Museum


Ala Younis: Plan For Feminist Greater Baghdad

The stories of the female protagonists behind Baghdad’s modern monuments


Delfina on Artsnight

Will Gompertz features Delfina Foundation and its Founder on the BBC2 programme