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Partners and Funders

Thank you to the support of our partners, they allow us to engage with more people and make our work with disabled and d/Deaf Artists possible.

DaDaFest Principal Funding Partners

Arts Council England
The national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from the Government and the National Lottery.


Liverpool City Council
Thanks to the City of Liverpool for its financial support.

Project Funders & Partners


DaDaFest International 2018 funders

With thanks to the Eleanor Rathbone Charitable Trust. 



Big Lottery Fund
Every year the Big Lottery Fund gives out millions of pounds from the National Lottery to good causes. The money goes to community groups and projects that improve health, education and the environment.


Children in Need
Children in Need is the BBC’s Corporate Charity and provides grants to projects in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged.


National Foundation for Youth Music
Music-making is life-changing. Youth Music believes every child should be given the chance to make music.

Memberships and Networks


COoL (Creative Organisations of Liverpool) is a collective comprising of around 35 arts organisations based in Liverpool.


Social Justice Alliance for Museums (SJAM)
The aim of SJAM is to recruit museums and related bodies, and individuals, to sign up to the charter for social justice, and to campaign for and promote best practice.


DaDaFest is an associate member of LARC.


NDACA (The National Disability Arts Collection and archive)
Initiative to bring together a public collection of artworks that celebrate Disability Arts and an archive to hold important information relating to Disability Arts.



It’s Liverpool
Whether you want to live, work visit, invest or study, It’s Liverpool is the best place to start. The official voice of the city.


DPULO Network
The Strengthening Disabled People’s User-Led Organisations programme aims to ensure DPULOs can provide a strong voice for disabled people by being more sustainable.



Prosper is Creative United's business support programme for the arts, museums and libraries.

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