Ulster Architectural Heritage (UAH) is core funded by the valuable support of approximately 1000 members. The support of our members is the life-blood of the organisation, this ensures that we are able to approach and bring in funding from other bodies to expand and diversify the ways in which we promote the protection, conservation and heritage led regeneration of our buildings, towns and cities. UAH is most thankful for the support of our members. Find out more about becoming a member here.
Our funders support the delivery of key initiatives for the historic environment, these include the Heritage at Risk Northern Ireland, funded by and in partnerhship with Department for Communities, Historic Environment Division; the Heritage Angel Awards Northern Ireland, lead funded by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation and in addition the Department for Communities: Historic Environment Division in 2021; Heritage: In Your Hands and the Old Museum Building: Back to Life project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund; and the Old Museum Project and organisational development supported by the Esmé Mitchell Trust. UAH is partially core funded by Belfast City Council 2020-22. UAH is very grateful for the ongoing support of our funders.
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation
Department for Communities NI
National Lottery Heritage Fund
Belfast City Council
The Esmé Mitchell Trust
Other funders: Armagh Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council, Derry City & Strabane District Council. Based on funding in 2020-21.