Invest in your business by investing in your community
Art is such an integral part of our community. What better way is there to stay involved with your patrons than by being involved in the things that matter to them?
Become a Sponsor
We want to help you maximize your exposure and impact on the community as we all work together to create a more joyful, creative world!
Please contact Hannah Jacobson Blumenfeld at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to learn about the benefits of sponsorship.
Summer Camp $5,000
CHAW Summer camp provides just the right balance of creativity and recreation in a safe, warm, and inviting space for exploration. We offer half-day, full-day, and specialty camps from June through August and welcome children from Pre-K through high school to participate. Sponsorship ensures we never turn a child away for inability to pay.
Youth Arts Program (YAP) $3,000
YAP is a comprehensive after-school arts program that provides both a safe space to explore a wide range of creative outlets and a structured learning environment to build skills in a wide variety of artistic disciplines. No matter which class a child takes, all will come away with increased Confidence, Creativity, and Community–the core tenets of CHAW’s program.
Outreach Workshops $1,000 per workshop
Mobile, pop-up outdoor arts experiences that we can deliver–free–to families in our neighborhood and across the city bring art to those who might not otherwise receive it. Arts activities vary, but are always accessible to kids of all ages and serve our neighbors wherever they are.
Community Lawn Party $1,500 per event
These free monthly events are opportunities for our neighbors to gather safely in our courtyard for great local music and great local art. We are thrilled to be able to offer this outdoor space for community building, which also provides a platform for local artists to grow their audience base. This combination of arts and community is at the core of who we are at CHAW.
Monthly Sponsorship: $1100 for new sponsors
Monthly sponsorships provide steady support for CHAW and demonstrate your investment in the community with a prominently placed banner at the entrance of our building. This high traffic location is particularly popular with realtors, law firms, and other service providers.
Program Ad Sponsorship $450 per year
Program ad sponsorships are an affordable way to keep your name out in front of our theater and recital audiences with a business-card-size ad inside every CHAW program insert. This includes performances of Taffety Punk Theater Company, Light Switch Dance Theater, We Happy Few, Faction of Fools and all student performances.
ARTIST & COMMUNITY SPONSORSHIPS
Musician Spotlight Series (Individual Artist) $1,000 or $5,000
This exciting virtual series features local musicians in a 30-minute program consisting of a mini – recital, a personal interview that explores the world of the professional musician, a tutorial for students consisting of tips and tricks for practice and performance, and a social media takeover, which gives viewers further insight into the life of an artist. This series lives on CHAW’s YouTube channel.
Community Incubator $3,000+
CHAW is home to organizations and artists who utilize CHAW’s highly affordable space for classes, rehearsal and performance including our theater company in residence – Taffety Punk Theater Company, and our community organization in residence – Serve Your City/Ward 6 Mutual Aid. As an arts-based community center, being able to support and incubate the creative and community building work of others is central to our mission. This high impact service reaches communities across the city and is a model for collaboration.
CHAW’s unique blend of artistry, education and community over 50 years sets it apart from other organizations. Our mission of “building inclusive communities through the arts” is rooted in the belief that art and community-building are synergistic. Serving over 5000 people annually, our overarching goals are to uplift local arts and artists, promote artistic literacy, and share creative resources. Collectively, this sets the stage for our vision to “connect and transform”. This powerful mechanism for propelling social change is at the heart of all we do: Better art makes better justice. And we do it all thanks to your support. The following programs provide a snapshot, but we are always open to new and unconventional partnerships and creative thinking about tailoring sponsorships to meet your needs.
Here are just some of the ways the arts are good for business:
[Source: Americans for the Arts]
America’s nonprofit arts industry generates $166.3 billion in economic activity every year, resulting in $227.5 billion in federal, state and local tax revenues.
Spending by arts audiences on goods and services in addition to admission tickets—such as food, lodging and gifts—annually generates more than $102.5 billion in revenue.
Most U.S. employers (97%) say creativity is increasingly important to them. Eighty-five percent of employers looking to hire creative people say they are unable to find the applicants they seek.