If you share a common vision with Americans for the Arts - that the arts are essential, that every person should have the opportunity to experience the arts, and that investments in the arts and arts education are investments in the creativity and innovation of the next generation - help us achieve these goals.
There are many ways to partner with us as a corporation or foundation:
Membership in the Corporate Circle provides access to an array of benefits designed to connect you to the national community of corporate philanthropists in the arts, as well as unique services tailored to meet business-specific research, training, and information needs. Learn more about benefits.
CAUSE MARKETING PARTNERSHIPS
Our cause marketing partnerships provide opportunities for deep collaboration that further the interests of both our corporate partners and Americans for the Arts. We seek to align ourselves with organizations who share a common belief—that the arts connect people, are essential to thriving communities, and have the power to transform lives. Learn more about our recent cause marketing partnerships.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SPONSORSHIP
Americans for the Arts trains thousands of arts leaders and allied professionals from across the country each year. Learn more about our National Arts Marketing Project Conference, Annual Convention, and Webinar series and discover ways you can get involved.
SIGNATURE PROGRAM SUPPORT
Corporate and foundation partners play a role in many of our signature programs from arts education to public art to research. To get involved, contact the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year we recognize and celebrate leading artists, philanthropists, educators, and corporations for their exceptional involvement with the arts and arts education. At annual events like the BCA 10 and National Arts Awards, as well as leadership gatherings like Art Basel and the Aspen Seminar on Leadership in the Arts, we engage the companies and individuals that continue to set the standard of excellence and serve as role models for others to follow. To learn more about these events and for opportunities to host in your community, contact the Development Office at email@example.com.
Thank you to our corporation and foundation partners for their support of Americans for the Arts. For information on partnering with us, please contact the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation
Art Dealers Association of America
The Aspen Skiing Company
Atlantic Salt, Inc.
Bacardi USA, Inc.
Bank of America
Bankers Trust Company
The Bell Family Foundation
The Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina
The Broad Foundation
The Buhl Foundation
C.J. Segerstrom & Sons
The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
Carnegie Mellon University Master of Arts Management Program
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
The Steven A. and Alexandra M. Cohen Foundation
Delta Dental of Colorado
Devon Energy Corporation
Ernst & Young
The Fine Foundation
First Community Bank
The Grable Foundation
The Heinz Endowments
The Herb Alpert Foundation
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Ingram Industries, Inc
Irving Arts Center
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
McKay Lodge Conservation Laboratory
Nathan Cummings Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
National YoungArts Foundation
North American Power
Open Society Foundations
Pappajohn Capital Resources
Pennyslvania Council on the Arts
The Pittsburgh Foundation
Principal Life Insurance Company
Raymond James Financial, Inc.
The David Rockefeller Fund
The Rosenthal Family Foundation
Texas Commission on the Arts
Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.
Valero Energy Corporation
Vans Custom Culture
Vinson & Elkins LLP
The Wallace Foundation
Western & Southern Financial Group
Westlake Chemical Corporation