Long Live Arts is founded by the Long Long Live Arts team (The Cultural Participation Fund (FCP), Fonds Sluyterman van Loo, Stichting RCOAK, the VSBfonds and the National Centre of Expertise for Cultural Education and Amateur Arts (LKCA) (The Netherlands).
The Cultural Participation Fund (FCP) aims to promote participation in the arts and culture by encouraging people to take an active part in artistic and cultural activities.
The Sluyterman van Loo Fund – Projects for the Elderly is a foundation seeking to promote the well-being of elderly people in the Netherlands and the Caribbean part of the Netherlands.
LKCA is the national knowledge platform for education and participation in culture and the arts
The Baring Foundation was set up in 1969 to give money to charities and voluntary organisations pursuing charitable purposes.
The Department of Culture, Youth, Sports and Media (Flanders, Belgium)
kubia, Centre of Competence for Arts and Education in Later Life (Germany)