Corporations that partner with Philadelphia Ballet align themselves with a world-class organization serving more than 100,000 individuals each year. Corporate partners receive a host of unique entertainment and recognition benefits such as premium tickets to our performances, discounts on additional tickets for employees, invitations to special events and backstage tours, and unique promotional opportunities, including visibility in Playbills, at performances, and on the Philadelphia Ballet website.
For more information on how your company or organization can partner with Philadelphia Ballet, please contact Emily O’Rourke, Associate Director, Foundations & Government Relations, at 215.551.7000 x1222 or [email protected].
Philadelphia Ballet tailors’ sponsorships to meet the promotional and entertainment needs of corporations of all sizes. Sponsorships are available for single performances, performance series, the full season, and our award-winning Community Engagement programs. Corporate sponsors receive distinctive opportunities to entertain clients, build relationships, and reward employees. A partnership with Philadelphia Ballet also gives sponsors a unique opportunity to promote their brands to our audience, which includes Philadelphia’s cultural aficionados, college students, young professionals, retirees, families, and more.
For more information about corporate sponsorship opportunities and the host of benefits available, please contact John Whitehead, Director, Special Events & Stewardship, at [email protected] or 856.448.0939
Businesses that support Philadelphia Ballet may be eligible for Pennsylvania’s Education Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC). The EITC program provides tax credits on a first-come first-serve basis to eligible businesses that contribute to a qualified educational improvement program, including Philadelphia Ballet’s Community Engagement programs. Philadelphia Ballet offers high quality arts education programming, free of charge, to over 17,000 students throughout the Greater Philadelphia region. Helping to supplement arts education curriculum in their schools, these programs, conducted by a preeminent professional ballet company, provide students with a sustained dance experience designed to open-up new worlds, spark interest in the performing arts, and stimulate creative abilities and cognitive skills.
Philadelphia Ballet is approved as an official EITC eligible organization for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. For more information about the EITC program and its eligibility requirements, please visit the EITC website or contact Emily O’Rourke, Associate Director, Foundations & Government Relations, at 215.551.7000 x1222 or [email protected].
The generous corporate supporters listed below have already demonstrated true commitment toward promoting a vibrant cultural community throughout the Greater Philadelphia region. List complete as of August 2019.
$50,000 and above
Reliance Standard Life Insurance Company through the Delphi Project Foundation
$25,000 to $49,999
Blank Rome LLP
Doubletree by Hilton
Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP
$15,000 to $24,999
Freed of London Ltd.
$10,000 to $14,999
Apple Leisure Group
Tompkins VIST Bank | Financial Advisors
$5,000 to $9,999
Bentley Systems, Incorporated
Bo Bartlett Studios
Ernst & Young
Envestnet Asset Management
$1,000 to $4,999
Philadelphia Insurance Companies
We also offer our deepest gratitude to the many generous corporate supporters that made gifts of under $1,000.
Thank you to our in-kind corporate sponsors…
Arts + Business Council for Greater Philadelphia
DoubleTree Hotel – The Official Hotel of Philadelphia Ballet
Le Meridian Hotel – The Premiere Hotel of Philadelphia Ballet
Haddonfield Floral Company – The Official Opening Night Florist of Philadelphia Ballet
Joe Litzy and Oleg Beilyk
Moore Brothers Wine Company
NE Flower Boutique
Penny’s by Plaza Flowers
Philadelphia Distilling Company
The Sporting Club at the Bellevue
The Union League of Philadelphia