Become a Patron

Image credit (top banner):  Fraser Grey, Robbie Hamilton, Mike Inglis ‘Relax and Dance’ 
Image credit (above): Lucie Treacher

Patrons of GHAT

By donating £500 to £2000 and above as an individual or company you will be supporting our core projects. In return we will provide you with many wonderful Patron benefits including a space on the GHAT Patron’s Wall in the Small Gallery with a footfall of up to 6500 people per day. 

The impact you will make

  • Your contribution will support curator-led exhibitions or collection projects at NHS Grampian Hospitals for the community to benefit 24/7 365 days a year

 

  • You will make an impact by investing in GHAT’s future growth and sustainability ensuring we can keep art at the heart of our hospitals

Patron benefits

 

Space on our Patron's Wall

Your name or your company name on our Patron’s Wall with in the Small Gallery

Special Invitations

to curated led art events such as launches, talks, exhibitions and an annual event where you will have the opportunity to meet other Supporters of Grampian Hospitals Art Trust and many inspirational artists along the way

An exclusive Supporters Pin

A badge of honour for you to wear with pride

Special Tours

of the Grampian Hospitals Art Trust services and facilites for you and your staff

Corporate Patrons

As a corporate supporter of £2000 and above, we can, in addition, offer an ‘Art in Work’ session that will deliver a tailored art programme for your employees. The benefits to wellbeing from creativity are for everyone, everywhere, and we want to bring that to your team!

The corporate package can be tailored, costed and curated to suit your budget and work culture environment.

    Benefits for your team

     

    • Work related burnout and stress cause enormous costs to employers and society.
    • The more people engage in the arts and culture the better perceived mental and physical health is.
    • According to International research, art activities in the work community can have notable positive effects on the wellbeing of the staff

    Become a Patron

     

    Contact:

    Sally.thomson@nhs.scot

    for more information on becoming a patron

      Or donate online

      Sending a  donation is as simple as clicking the link below. Please contact sally.thomson@nhs.scot and let us know the name you would like on our wall

        Image credit (background detail): Donald Addison

        Patron Profiles

        We are extremely grateful for the support that our patrons provide. To view a little about who they are and what they do click one of the buttons below. 

        Profile: Acumen Financial Planning

        Acumen Financial Planning (AFP) have supported Grampian Hospitals Arts Trust for seven years. On top of a generous donation each year Acumen help us with marketing our work to show you how we deliver the difference for patients, staff and visitors to NHS Grampian.

        In 2016 APF sponsored our abseil from Ashgrove House and in 2019, just before the pandemic hit, we set up our first art in a workplace session at their new premises. As you can see the AFP team had a whale of a time.

        Sandy Robertson

        Sandy Robertson

        Acumen Financial Planning Managing Director

        We had a great session participating in the Art at Work initiative with GHAT and continue to be delighted to work with them. 
        It was lovely to see and feel our team interacting in a completely different way and agree that this enhances wellbeing at work.
        We would highly recommend other businesses to consider supporting this.

        Nicola Doohan

        Recruitment & Development Manager, Acumen Financial Planning

        Acumen Financial Planning

        Acumen Financial Planning were one of the first firms to provide financial planning as a stand-alone professional service in the north east of Scotland in 2002. The firm is now one of the leading financial planning firms in the UK, with an array of awards and offices in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Elgin, Glasgow and Peterhead. AFP recently established The Financial Planning Group, home to a family of Financial Planning Firms, Medical and Dental  in Aberdeen and Loch Fyne Financial Planners in Glasgow and most recently a digital only financial planning offering for young professionals SpringGen Advice.

        AFP have always been several steps ahead of the trends, evolving and aspiring to be the best they can be, and this is evident in the way they develop their team and deliver their service. The connection with GHAT reflects the values and characteristics of their team,

        Approachable, Collaborative, Dedicated and Straight Forward.

        More details can be found on their website http://www.acumenfp.com/

        Follow AFP on Twitter: http://twitter.com/acumenfp

          Profile: Pensando Consulting

          Pensando Consulting was established in January 2009 and since then have worked across the public, private, voluntary and charity sectors in the areas of organisation development, change management, leadership and team development and individual coaching. After working with some of the groups who are least able to afford and access coaching services for a number of years, for example family carers and homeless young people, Pensando Consulting’s focus during the pandemic has been on supporting emotional health and wellbeing in particular in the Health and Social Care sector.

          www.pensando.co.uk

          Elaine Mottrum

          Elaine Mottrum

          Pensando Consulting

          Working with GHAT over the last 8 years has been incredibly rewarding. A small enthusiastic and committed organisation, GHAT is innovative and creative and constantly striving to improve what they deliver. Life can be very unstable in the charity sector but GHAT frequently turns this to their advantage and comes up with exciting and different ways of doing things. 

          Elaine Mottrum

          Pensando Consulting

          Profile: Hampton Associates

          Hampton was thrilled to help Grampian Hospitals Art Trust with its most recent Art At The Heart campaign. 

          The last few years have been unlike any other and now, more than ever, we appreciate the extraordinary work that our local charities do for the community in times of need. As a creative marketing agency we felt that partnering with the Grampian Hospital Art Trust was the perfect fit. Not only are they a North-east based charity, but this collaboration enabled us to use our skills and talent to give back to the community and help boost local well-being. 

          There is no doubt that each and every one of us at Hampton have directly or indirectly benefited from at least one of GHAT’s hospital projects. Therefore, knowing that we will play a part in helping make a positive impact on the lives of others in the community, albeit it a small one, has offered the team an enormous sense of achievement.

          Hampton is a brand-focused, creative marketing agency specialising in the energy sector. 

          Based in Aberdeen, Europe’s energy capital, we work with clients to help them solve brand and marketing problems – simplifying the complex and providing clear direction. 

          We don’t apply off-the-shelf methods; instead our team of dedicated brand, design, web and marketing experts live and breathe your objectives – approaching each project as a fresh new challenge. From employee engagement to diversifying products and services, we design brand experiences for employees, customers and stakeholders that increase business value.

          We pride ourselves on being big enough to accommodate significant projects on a global scale, yet small enough to be nimble and responsive. Through combining strategy and creativity Hampton help clients position their brand for success and enable them to stand out in a transitional landscape.

          www.hampton.agency

          Profile: Rubislaw Estates Ltd

          Grampian Hospitals Art trust is extremely grateful for the donation from Rubislaw Estates Limited. Their support will ensure we can help more people who need us when they come into hospital.