Support

Greenbelt is a registered charity. To grow and develop, we depend on the generosity and giving of people who believe that the festival is more than just an event, but part of a movement. 

Regular Giving: Greenbelt Angels

We affectionately call anyone who makes regular donations to Greenbelt one of our Angels. Greenbelt Angels provide an incredible 27% of our income. The festival simply couldn’t survive without them. Our Angel giving not only enables us to weather the storms but also to dream harder.

Angels receive insider news year-round via an email newsletter, Wing & A Prayer. And, at the festival, they are invited to a special Reception, and have access to The Angels’ Lounge (for tea or coffee with other Angels) all weekend long. Plus, Angels enjoy occasional exclusive offers and downloads. Best of all, they get to see the festival they believe in secured for the future.

Set up regular Angel giving

Increase your Angel giving

Already an Angel?
If you want to increase your regular giving, update your details or ask us a question about being an Angel, email Hannah or call her on 020 7329 0038.

One-off donations

You can also support Greenbelt by making a one-off donation. It’s simple and secure to do online through the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF). Don’t forget to make sure that your giving is Gift Aided. (Gift Aid allows us to reclaim the tax you have already paid on your donation. So, on a donation of £10, we get an extra £2.50 for our work. And it doesn’t cost you a thing.)

Thank you.

One-off Donation

Legacies

If Greenbelt has made a difference in your life, please consider leaving us a gift in your will, so we can secure the Festival for future generations.  As Greenbelt is a registered charity, no inheritance tax is payable on your gift. So, in addition to supporting Greenbelt, you could also reduce the inheritance tax liability on your estate.

For further help and information, please contact Hannah, the Greenbelt Administrator on 020 7329 0038 or at hannah@greenbelt.org.uk in the first instance.

Read more about legacy giving here