Supporters of Building a Sound Future

Huge thanks to all our confirmed supporters – Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund, Bristol City Council, University of Bristol, many national and local Trusts & Foundations, individual supporters and Bristol based corporations. Between you all we have now raised in excess of £6 million, with just £240,000 to raise to complete our overall appeal target!

The Apollo appeal and the public appeal crowdfund www.fundsurfer.com/stgeorges continue as the main ways to contribute to the appeal while construction of the new extension is now officially underway, starting on February 20, 2017, and due to complete in February 2018.

How you can help

All funding partners of Building a Sound Future are directly investing in the long term future of St George’s Bristol and in the future generations of world class artists, music-lovers and learning participants of all ages, together with the wider population of Bristol and the South West.

All will benefit directly from the completion of St George’s transformation as a world class concert venue and major cultural asset for Bristol.

We welcome all levels of support from signing up as an Apollo sponsor, to contributing to our crowdfund campaign – we value each and every contribution.

In the first instance please contact Simon Farley, Head of Fundraising and Development, St George’s Bristol, for further details on the partnership opportunities available via the following:

E: s.farley@stgeorgesbristol.co.uk   T: +44 (0)117 929 4929 ext.205

“You have a really special venue in your midst, so please give it your support” 

Nicola Benedetti

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Arts Council England
Garfield Weston Foundation Denman Trust J Paul Getty Jnr Trust Society of Merchant Venturers Brian Maguire Trust Martin Smith Foundation J & M BRITTON
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