Julie’s Bicycle would simply not exist without the support and partnership of bold organisations and funders. We are proud to have achieved sector-wide engagement and measurable impact reductions in our first ten years of life, but we still a long way to go. We would love to talk to you about how you can be part of this sustainable cultural vision.
In partnership with Arts Council England we have created a tailored programme of support for 837 National Portfolio Organisations and Major Partner Museums, and the wider grant portfolio.
John Ellerman Foundation support the development of our programmes.
Creative Europe co-funded the development of the Creative Climate Leadership programme in partnership with Ars Baltica, COAL, Exit Foundation, krug, On The Move and PiNA.
Horizon 2020 funds the consortium project ROCK: Regeneration and Optimisation of Cultural heritage in creative and Knowledge cities.
Julie’s Bicycle has partnered with Good Energy, a 100% renewable electricity supplier, to support the creative sector in switching from fossil fuels to renewables and achieving carbon reduction targets. We have combined our expertise to increase transparency and eliminate barriers around clean energy supply and offer an exclusive renewable energy deal for the creative industries. Get in touch if you’d like to hear more about Good Energy’s discounted tariffs, designed for cultural and creative organisations, including theatres, museums and galleries, concert halls, venues, studios and offices.
Partnership with KTN has supported the development of a number of our resources.
Transform Foundation has supported the development of our website.
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP continue to give us meeting room space, critical for the consultation on many JB projects and a standing venue for board meetings.
Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation support us to deliver Coptimism.
To all our supporters – thank you.