“Art, in short, is good business.” – The New York Times
Supporting the Richmond Symphony is good for the community and it’s smart business!
Companies have long known that investing in the communities where their employees and their clients live and work makes good business sense. A vibrant arts and cultural scene attracts residents and increases commerce. Aligning your business with the Richmond Symphony provides a direct and highly visible association with excellence in cultural artistic achievement. Each year, many area businesses, large and small, do their part by investing in the Richmond Symphony, ensuring that live musical performances are available to everyone in the greater Richmond community.
Sponsorship benefits may include:
- Full page advertisement in the program book of your sponsored concert
- Full recognition in all paid print, radio, television, and Internet advertising for the concert
- Tickets and events to entertain your customers and employees
- Opportunities to host customized client cultivation events
Whatever you choose, sponsorship levels and benefits can be tailored to your company’s needs.
To make your corporate gift or sponsorship payment securely online, please fill out our online donation form.
If your company would like to become a sponsor, or if you would like more information on other ways in which your company can support the Richmond Symphony, please contact:
Kathryn Bishop Pullam
Assistant Director of Advancement
Phone: (804) 788-4717, ext. 114
“Nearly 9 out of 10 business leaders list quality of life as a key reason the Richmond region is a great place for business. There is no doubt that the Richmond Symphony helps drive the high quality of life we enjoy in this area. Not only do their performances soothe the soul, but their engagement in the community helps spread creativity and artistic talent across other segments of the region.
The Symphony is part of the creative fabric that is being woven in this community, where smart, talented people want to live — helping to build our workforce for the future. We are fortunate to have such a wonderful asset in the region!”
– Kim Scheeler, Past President & CEO, Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce