The iOi Imagineers programme recognises those who join our family of supporters. It is a growing community of people who share our vision of creating space for children to re-imagine the world and offers its members exclusive opportunities to get involved with our work at a variety of levels.
join our family of supporters
We welcome individuals, organisations and trusts and foundations to join the Imagineers family. By becoming an Imagineer, you will join a group of forward thinkers who believe in the power of imagination and are committed to investing in the future of our children. Our family of Imagineers enable us to spark the imaginations of thousands of children across London and beyond. Crucially, this is helping children develop creative and imaginative skills – skills that are so frequently overlooked, but are so important if they are to thrive in an ever-changing future. As an Imagineer you will receive tailored benefits according to your level of support and key updates on our activity. Your support will ensure we can encourage more children to develop the skills they will need to flourish in the future. It will also be instrumental in ensuring we are able to reach our ultimate goal of creating a permanent iOi Campus that will support generations of children to come.
Imagineers are recognised at the following levels:
- Visionaries £100,000 +
- Pioneers £50,000 – £99,000
- Innovators £25,000 – £49,000
- Inventors £10,000 – £24,999
- Creators £5,000 – £9,999
- Makers £1,000 – £4,999
find out more
There are a range of ways you can support the Institute of Imagination as an Imagineer. We would love to work with you to find how you can make a real difference for children and families, in a way that means something to you. Please do not hesitate to get in contact with us if you have any further questions. Please contact Kate Burton, Head of Development at email@example.com or telephone on 020 7494 9153. Find out about other ways you can support the Institute of Imagination: philanthropy trusts and foundations corporate partnerships volunteering iOi in action Imagination Matters