Previous Sponsorship Opportunities
Our partners: Success Stories
Over the years we have delivered, in partnership with our donors and sponsors, a wide variety of ambitious and ground-breaking projects.
In 2011 we successfully completed the conservation and re-presentation of the White Tower at the Tower of London. Support from Man Group plc Charitable Trust ensured that over 2m visitors a year are now able to appreciate this striking and historic building in all its glory whilst in return Man Group were able to promote their brand to our visitors, as well as the countless numbers of people who passed the walls every day and saw our adverts both across London and the wider UK.
Receiving glowing reviews and extensive, worldwide press coverage, the 'Fashion Rules' exhibition, opened in 2013 at Kensington Palace, provided a new take on the story of the monarchy in the late twentieth century, featuring rare and exquisite dresses from HM Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret and Diana, Princess of Wales. Estée Lauder Companies was seeking a sponsorship opportunity that associated themselves with the qualities of grace, elegance and style – the driving forces behind their company and its values and felt that Historic Royal Palaces, Kensington Palace and 'Fashion Rules' were the perfect associations to project and reflect these qualities and values.
The Diamond Jubilee year saw us unveil the newly re-presented Jewel House at the Tower of London, sponsored by the De Beers Family of Companies and Forevermark. De Beers’ name has always been synonymous with diamonds and the most beautiful, most responsibly sourced diamonds in the world. The aim of this partnership was to consolidate these messages, in the eyes of the world, through associating with the most famous and most important diamonds and jewels in the world.
2012 also saw our £12 million project, 'Welcome to Kensington – a palace for everyone', come to fruition, central to which is our work in the fields of learning and engagement. 3i have worked with us in the field of Youth Outreach since 2008, including supporting the creation of community spaces at Kensington and covering the salary costs for a Youth Outreach Worker whilst Mitsubishi Electric Corporation have helped us develop our programmes, notably by supporting the creation of a media library. This media library is a key aspect of our overall Learning & Engagement programme and our aim to reach out to 40 million people by 2018.
Since 1998, we have worked with a varied and dynamic mix of corporate members, partners and sponsors and delivered unique, exclusive benefits – every one, a Historic Royal Partnership.
Corporate Development Manager
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