Sponsorship - New York State Museum

The New York State Museum is a vitally important resource for the people and businesses of our region and the entire State, please support the programs, education and research of the New York State Museum. Your support will be very important and greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.

Gift levels include:

Founders’ Circle ($1,000 and up)
Director’s Circle ($ 500 - $ 999)
Curators’ Circle ($ 250 - $ 499)
Advocates’ Circle ($ 100 - $ 249)
Supporters’ Circle (up to $ 99)

Matching Gifts

Many businesses and corporations offer a matching gifts program to their employees who contribute to not-for-profit organizations. Your Annual Fund donation or Museum Associates membership contribution to the New York State Museum Institute could be worth twice as much! Some area businesses with matching gifts programs are AT&T, Bell Atlantic, General Electric, HSBC Bank USA, IBM, KeyBank, Niagara Mohawk, and United Technologies.

Please contact your employer to find out if your contributions are eligible to be matched, and how to apply. Please notify the Museum Institute office at (518) 474-5801 if your employer matches gifts and has not been included in the above list. Thank you for your continued support.
Corporate Contributions

The business community serves as a strong and dependable partner to the Museum through the Corporate Partners Program. Corporate partners gain exposure to a significant market for their companies; just under 1 million visitors to the Museum each year see the names of the Corporate Partners prominently displayed in Museum Lobby. Senior executives from Corporate Partner firms have opportunities to meet other corporate leaders, government officials and legislators at special Museum receptions and exhibit previews.

For more information, contact:
Lucy Larner
Director of Sponsorship
New York State Museum Institute
Third Floor CEC
Albany, NY 12230
phone: 518-486-7818
fax: 518-486-5657
email: larner@mail.nysed.gov

http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/membership/#waysofgiving




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