Opportunities to understand China, Chinese culture and Chinatown

Support Us

Keeping our small charity going requires regular cash. We generate funds ourselves and do not receive funding from any National Governments or Government bodies. 

Hire our venue: Our large premises are available for hire. The income we make through this pays for our rent, business rates, insurance, utility bills and the costs of making the building safe and well-maintained for visitors. This income also pays for our small part time team who make the many programmes of our small charity possible. 

Donate: We are grateful for the support from individual donors. These funds provide ways for us to extend our efforts and reach more people. Every donation we receive contributes to making our activities happen and to making projects as accessible as possible. We welcome one-off donations and regular monthly giving. We are grateful for each time a person chooses to support us in this way. We also welcome supporters to undertake sponsored or fundraising challenges that raise money for our work. 

Sponsor: Sponsorship opportunities are available within our public programme. We provide a way for companies to position themselves alongside dynamic and exciting activities that resonate with audiences

Fund us: We are grateful to the trusts and foundations that have invested in us to deliver our projects and support our work. Our previous funders include: Rothschild Foundation; Moonchu Foundation; Pureland Foundation; Aspinals Foundation; National Lottery Heritage Fund; National Lottery Awards for All. 

Volunteer: We also love to work with our committed volunteer community. You can find out more about volunteering here.

If you would like to discuss supporting China Exchange, please call our office.

Latest News

Paid Internship Available

China Exchange is seeking a paid intern to join the team to support the 40 Years, 40 Stories project, funded by Historic England. What will this involve? Interns will be...

New project to reveal the everyday heritage stories of Chinatown’s workforce

The latest China Exchange project,  40 Years, 40 Stories: The Everyday Heritage of People Working in London’s Chinatown (1985-2025), begins in May 2024. This programme will record and celebrate the...

Would you like to join our casual team?

Would you like to join our casual team? We are recruiting. To support our work and operations, we need confident and calm event stewards to join our casual team on a flexible basis....

China Exchange volunteers receive Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Hero Storyteller Award

China Exchange volunteers receive Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Hero Storyteller Award Volunteers who have helped to reveal Chinatown’s history in London have been recognised for their exceptional service to the UK’s heritage...

New project exhibition creating conversations

New project exhibition creating conversations Yours, Mine, Ours: creating conversations in London’s Chinatown is a new  exhibition, featuring artwork designed by Wendy Wong based on material created through community workshops....