Philadelphia Ballet has earned the support of foundations and major institutions at the local, state, and federal levels, and relies on these entities to provide valuable support for general operations, Community Education programming, and the creation of new ballets.

Philadelphia Ballet is deeply grateful to the following foundations and government entities for their annual support and continued generosity.

Anngar Foundation

The Morris S. and Florence H. Bender Foundation

The Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Memorial Fund

Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation

Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation

The Gray Charitable Trust

The Hamilton Family Charitable Trust

The Hassel Foundation

The Christian Humann Foundation

Independence Foundation

The Jerome Robbins Foundation

The Lenore and Howard Klein Foundation

The Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation

The Virginia Cretella Mars Foundation

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The McLean Contributionship

National Endowment for the Arts

Pennsylvania Council on the Arts

Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development

The Philadelphia Cultural Fund

Scholler Foundation

The Shubert Foundation, Inc.

The Snider Foundation

William Penn Foundation

Wyncote Foundation

We also offer heartfelt thanks to the generous foundations that made gifts of under $1,000.

To find out how your foundation or organization can support Philadelphia Ballet this season, please contact Emily O’Rourke, Associate Director, Foundations & Government Relations, at
215-551-7000 ext. 1222 or [email protected]

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Philadelphia Ballet is changing the way people experience ballet. For more than two decades, Philadelphia Ballet has shared its love of dance with the city of Philadelphia. Each year, we work with more than 15,000 individuals from across the greater Philadelphia area by offering hands-on, high quality arts education activities in school, out of school, at the theater, in our studios, and at area parks and community centers, free of charge.