Funding Model

In the past 24 years, CASS has raised and invested over £43,000,000 into over 250 artists. This policy fosters a cycle of creativity, realised on a monumental scale.

​Philip King, ​Darwin, 2010

​Cass Sculpture Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation, although CASS operates as a selling platform, all of the proceeds made go directly into supporting artists and new commissions. 

The model is funded by sculpture salesconsultancy income, philanthropy, and visitor income. 


All of the works on display are available for sale, with proceeds split equally between the artist and the organisation in order to facilitate new commissions. In the past 24 years, CASS has raised and invested over £43,000,000 into over 250 Artists. This policy fosters a cycle of creativity, realised on a monumental scale. 

CASS offers a commissioning and consultancy service, appealing to corporate companies and public institutions alike, the organisation has project-managed commissions in London, Hong Kong and Singapore; and consulted on the establishment of sculpture parks internationally. 

Alongside these income streams, CASS is supported by sponsorship and philanthropic contributions. Each visitor, member and shop customer provides essential support to the organisations on-going sustainability.