Helping professional artists for more than 200 years
The impact we have
The impact we have can be measured in many ways, either through the amount of support we provide, or by looking at examples of the ways that we do this. Please see below how we have supported artists in the financial year 2022/2023.
VISUAL ARTISTS SUPPORTED
CHILDREN OF VISUAL ARTISTS SUPPORTED BY THE AGBI CHILDREN'S FUND
VISUAL ARTISTS RECEIVING CONTINUED SUPPORT
DISTINGUISHED VISUAL ARTISTS RECEIVING THE AGBI JUBILEE AWARD
TOTAL FUNDING AWARDED
RECEIVED IN LEGACIES
COLLECTED BY OUR STEWARDS
Below, we're pleased to present a number of reports. Our Impact Report is created every year and outlines the impact we have, along with information around case studies, donations and fund raising activities. Our Annual Trustee reports show more detail about our activities, presenting financial information, governance, and adminstrative detail. You can download the reports by following the links below.
The Artists’ General Benevolent Institution (AGBI) was founded in 1814 by members of the Royal Academy of Arts including J.M.W Turner, John Constable and John Soane and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1842, it is one of the oldest charities in the United Kingdom. The AGBI financially supports professional artists in need and their dependents living in England, Wales or Northern Ireland who cannot work or earn due to accident, illness or older age.