Partners

Arts Together has never worked alone. Our partnerships, collaborations and links with other organisations and agencies is crucial to enable us to deliver progressive and innovative projects that meet the needs of vulnerable older people in our communities. These are some of the partners we are delighted to be working with:


Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce

We are proud to be a Fellow of the RSA. The Fellowship is a global network of 28,000 people who support the RSA’s mission to enrich society through ideas and action. Fellows have access to the brightest new ideas, innovative projects, a diverse network of like-minded people and a platform for social change.


Arts & Health South West

Arts & Health South West is an information, support and advocacy organisation for everyone who believes in the value of creativity in enhancing health and wellbeing. Arts Together was “Highly Commended” in the AHSW Awards 2016.


Age Action Alliance

Our vision is to improve the quality of later life through partnership working between members and older people; creating communities where older people feel secure, valued and able to contribute to society.


The Foundation for Social Improvement

Our Mission is to build and share knowledge, to elevate the voice of small charities with policy makers and the public, to build leadership in small charities and to support small charities to raise vital funds to meet the needs of their beneficiaries.


National Alliance for Arts, Health and Wellbeing

A voice and resource for arts and health activity.


New Dynamics of Ageing

We are pleased to have contributed to this eight year multidisciplinary research initiative at the University of Sheffield with the ultimate aim of improving quality of life of older people. The programme is a unique collaboration between five UK Research Councils and is the largest and most ambitious research programme on ageing ever mounted in the UK.


University of Salford

Arts Together is registered with the University of Salford’s National Arts and Public Health Library