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We receive lots of sponsorship requests and we only select the few that fit best with our overall marketing strategy.

At the moment, our plans and budget are fully committed but if you’d like to submit an application for future consideration we have listed below the criteria that we use to assess requests.

  • How will the sponsorship fit with our brand, objectives and the products we offer?
  • What are the sponsorship benefits?
  • What is the cost of the opportunity?
  • What are the dates and location of the sponsorship?
  • Can our employees be involved, and if yes, then how?
  • Does the organisation/event complement our existing sponsor partnerships?
  • What will the funds that we provide be used for? 


Our current sponsorships



Gratitude is an outdoor exhibition touring the UK in 2021. Comprising of 49 sculptures, the exhibition has been arranged to show thanks to the key workers who helped the UK through the COVID-19 pandemic. The sculptures will tour the UK, starting in Birmingham in August and will visit Edinburgh and Manchester, before ending up in London. Following the final installation in London the sculptures will be auctioned for NHS Charities Together. 

The Hiscox-sponsored sculpture has been designed and decorated by Glasgow artist Marcella Wylie.

National gallery

The National Gallery

In April 2017, we were announced as the first ever Contemporary Art Partner of the National Gallery at the opening of Chris Ofili: Weaving Magic, the Gallery’s first exhibition under its newly launched contemporary art programme. We signed a new agreement in 2020, which sees our partnership continuing for a further five years.  The contemporary art programme at the National Gallery includes exhibitions, talks, a Fellowship and an artist-in-residency programme. 

We have a long heritage of insuring complex and unusual risks, as well as a passion for art; we insure it, collect it and promote it. This partnership with the National Gallery further strengthens our reputation in the arts and as a specialist insurer for people’s most treasured possessions.

Whitechapel Gallery London

The Whitechapel Gallery

The Whitechapel Gallery is one of London’s foremost supporters of contemporary art. The gallery is famed for investing in exhibitions of works not seen elsewhere in London and in many cases curating exhibitions from collections from all around the world. We’ve had a relationship with the Gallery since its refurbishment in 2009 and we are currently their insurance partner, which means we insure the works whilst they are on display in the gallery.

To celebrate 50 years of the Hiscox Collection the Whitechapel has staged two displays from our collection. The first, Accelerate your escape: Gary Hume explores the Hiscox Collection, ran from Autumn 2020.  The second, Desde el Salón (From the Living Room): Sol Calero selects from the Hiscox Collection, opened in early summer 2021.

The Whitechapel Gallery is located just a few minutes’ walk from our London office and we are delighted to support our local gallery whose displays are mainly free to enter.

Sculpture in the city

Sculpture in the City

Sculpture in the City is a public art exhibition which we have supported since it began in 2011. Led by the City of London Corporation, the exhibition sees a selection of eye-catching modern sculptures by some of the world’s most famous artists set among the iconic buildings of London’s business district, such as the Cheesegrater and the Lloyd’s Building.

Recent editions have featured works by artists such as Paul McCarthy, Ryan Gander, Damien Hirst, Laure Prouvost, Alice Channer, Eva Rothschild, Mark Handforth, Laura Arminda Kingsley, and Rosanne Robertson.

Chalke Valley festival

Chalke Valley History Festival

We’ve been a supporter of the Chalke Valley History Festival since 2014.

Each June the beautiful Chalke Valley in Wiltshire welcomes history fans for a week of action and education. The organisers arrange a full, interesting and interactive programme of talks from well-known historians and authors such as Dan Snow, Tom Holland, Ian Hislop, Chris Patten and ‘pub landlord’ Al Murray. At the weekend there are battle re-enactments and history-related activities for all the family.