The Royal Society of Sculptors thanks the Brian Mercer Charitable Trust, the Gilbert Bayes Charitable Trust, the Mirisch & Lebenheim Charitable Foundation and Brooke Benington for their ongoing support.

We are also grateful to The Pilgrim Trust for awarding us funding to commence renovations of Dora House; and to the People’s Postcode Trust for supporting our intergenerational project, as well as Milwyn and the Worshipful Company of Masons.

In relation to our archive, we are delighted to have secured support from the Paul Mellon Centre, for Pioneering Women, a research project which shines a spotlight on the lives, careers and legacies of the talented and extraordinary women at the heart of the Society. In addition, we thank the National Lottery Heritage Fund First World War: Then and Now, which has supported our Cecil Thomas: Soldier Sculptor project, which examines Thomas’s first-hand account of the First World War through a variety of activities that explore and share his unique archive.