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Who we work with

Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust works with other organisations and partners to help us achieve our charity's aims

Royal Borough of Greenwich

The Royal Borough of Greenwich are the core funder of Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust and continue to work closely with the charity to help them deliver on their three principles of learning, access and conservation.

Visit Greenwich

Visit Greenwich is a public/private partnership, led by a board of tourism professionals, representing different sectors of the industry, with an independent chair. They promote Greenwich and the surrounding area as a visitor destination and place to stay.


Association of Cultural Enterprises

The Association of Cultural Enterprises aim is to promote commercial best practice in the cultural and heritage sector by providing training and networking opportunities and facilitating the sharing of information and experience between their members.


Historic Houses Association

The Historic Houses Association (HHA) represents over 1,640 of the UK's privately and charitably owned historic houses, castles and gardens. These are listed buildings or designated gardens, usually Grade I or II, and are often outstanding. Many are considered to be iconic symbols of Britain's unique heritage.


Heritage Lottery Fund

From the archaeology to the historic parks, money raised by National Lottery players goes towards helping people across the UK explore, enjoy and protect the heritage they care about.


Museums Association

The Museums Association (MA) is a professional membership organisation based in London for museum, gallery and heritage professionals, museums, galleries and heritage organisations, and companies that work in the museum, gallery and heritage sector of the United Kingdom. Its aim is to enhance the value of museums to society by sharing knowledge, developing skills, inspiring innovation, and providing leadership.


Association of Chief Execs of Voluntary Organisations

For 30 years, ACEVO have provided support, development and an inspiring, collective campaigning voice for its members across the UK, the leaders of small, community based groups, ambitious medium-sized organisations, and well known, well-loved national and international not-for-profits. 


World Monuments Fund, Britain

World Monuments Fund (WMF) is the leading non-governmental organisation for the protection of cultural heritage. WMF Britain is the largest affiliate office outside WMF’s headquarters in New York.


Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme

The Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme research attractions through out the UK with experienced assessors and tests everything customers might expect to find while on their trip. They explore Facebook, leaflets, websites, promotional material, price checks, wheelchair access – every aspect of their visit is tried and tested by them so customers know what to expect.


National Council for Voluntary Organisations

NCVO champions the voluntary sector and volunteering because they’re essential for a better society. They do this by connecting, representing and supporting voluntary organisations. Each day, millions of people make a difference to the causes they believe in through voluntary organisations and volunteering. This thriving voluntary sector and volunteer movement are essential for a better society – especially in times of challenge and change.


Global Fusion Music and Arts

The non-profit organisation, Global Fusion Music & Arts (GFMA) was set up as a response to the popularity of World Music Nights that had been organised by The Fusion Factory in the Wine Cellar in Woolwich. The formation of GFMA provided an opportunity and structure through which the music of artists from different cultures and countries could be showcased and promoted.  


Living Wage Foundation

RGHT are proud to support the London Living Wage with the Living Wage Foundation.