Making a difference
The ITP is entirely dependent on external funding. All placement costs are fully covered so involvement is not limited by the financial restrictions of fellows or their institutions.
The ITP will continue to build on its success but will only thrive with continued support. Supporting the ITP means being a part of a global initiative and will help secure its future. The Museum welcomes all levels of support.
The programme would not be possible without the generous support of many institutions and individuals.
A full list of those who have sponsored the ITP since its inception in 2006 is available on the British Museum website and in each year’s report.
The British Museum wishes to thank the following supporters for making the International Training Programme possible:
|International Training Programme Supporters|
|The Aall Foundation||The Edith Murphy Foundation|
|Altajir Trust||Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation|
|American Friends of the British Museum||Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust|
|The Barakat Trust||The Mosawi Foundation|
|British Museum Trust||The Pears Foundation|
|British Museum Friends||Rangoonwala Foundation|
|British Museum Patrons||The Santo Domingo Family|
|The Charles Wallace Burma Trust||Soudavar Memorial Foundation|
|The Charles Wallace India Trust||Sir Siegmund Warburg’s Voluntary Settlement|
|The Charles Wallace Pakistan Trust||Sino-British Fellowship Trust|
|The John S Cohen Foundation||The Thriplow Charitable Trust|
|The de Laszlo Foundation||Philip and Irene Toll Gage Foundation|
The Museum would also like to thank all the donors who wish to remain anonymous.
For more information on how to support the programme, email email@example.com