Demonstrate your company’s values, community leadership, and become part of a beloved Bay Area tradition.
Corporate Sponsorship and Underwriting creates awareness, increases loyalty, and reinforces image among both potential and existing customers. It can include on-site and media visibility, team-building outings, exclusive client hospitality opportunities, and special invitations. And, it’s a wonderful way to give to the community.
In a recent survey by Cone Consulting, researchers saw a sharp increase in the importance that people placed on a company's support of charitable causes. Over 70% of respondents said they "place importance on a company's support of charitable causes when deciding what to buy or where to shop, where to work, which companies to invest in, and which companies I would like to see doing business in my community."
Annual membership benefits of the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival Corporate Leadership Council include:
Prominent recognition includes:
All the below, plus Title Sponsorship on all Free Shakespeare print and digital materials, customized hospitality event featuring Festival artistic leadership.
All the below, plus King and Queen’s Table (premium Gala event seating and private cocktail reception for 9), logo on banner at Free Shakespeare venues.
All the below, plus 4 tickets to annual Gala, and verbal acknowledgement from the stage at Free Shakespeare in the Park.
Invitations for 4 to Free Shakespeare openings, acknowledgement in programs and on web for 1 year, and volunteer opportunities.
Your annual membership in the Corporate Leadership Council provides tangible community impact:
Proceeds benefit the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, a 501(c) 3 non-profit, public-benefit corporation that for 35 years has made Shakespeare and the performing arts available to everyone, regardless of age, ethnicity, financial status or level of education. Participation is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law and varies by membership level.
Contact Festival Executive Director Toby Leavitt at 415-865-4430 or email her for further details.