Unlocking change

Museums Association and Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund

Bentley Priory

The Collections Fund provides funding to a range of projects that demonstrate the significance, distinctiveness and power of collections to people.

To date, the Fund has awarded £9.7m to 136 since it launched in 2011. It offers two types of grants:

  • Innovation and Engagement
  • Strategy and Development grants
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