When your company supports the Greensboro History Museum, it demonstrates a dedication to history, education, research and community outreach. Corporate giving accomplishes a number of business goals: supporting community outreach, valuable benefits of your employees, tangible results for your donations, and recognition of your company among the public, other businesses and the civic arena.
The museum invites your company to consider a variety of opportunities to sustain our initiatives in important and rewarding ways. From membership in our Corporate Patron Program, to sponsorship of a temporary exhibition or a lecture series, we can develop a partnership to meet your objectives.
Corporate Support Opportunities
Corporate Patrons provide essential operating support and also receive significant member benefits, allowing employees and their families to enjoy the museum’s exhibitions, programs and resources.
|Corporate Patron Program|
Recognition of support (Name listed in website, lobby and annual report)
|$500 - $999|
All of the above plus: Your company logo displayed on corporate donor section of website, newsletter; Opportunity for Lunch and Learn events at your site with museum staff; 2 executive invitations to Belle Meade Society and special events.
|$1,000 - $2,499|
All of the above plus: private behind the scenes tour with director for executives/guests; Employee Engagement Visits_ specialized scavenger hunts, historical city walking tours, evening/early morning tours, corporate family days
|$2,500 - $4,999|
All of the above plus: company logo on footer of GHM website homepage and eblasts
Corporate sponsorship at the museum is a valuable and high profile partnership opportunity and will allow your company to build and strengthen branding recognition, fulfill community outreach objectives and more. Companies have sponsored exhibits, lecture series, children’s programs and other events.
Donations of all sizes help the museum fulfill its mission on a daily basis. The Greensboro History Museum is pleased to be notified of grants and other programmatic funding opportunities through your company’s philanthropy program. Consider designating the museum as your company’s non-profit of choice in your workplace giving campaign.