Corporate Giving

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                            Corporate Giving

The Indianapolis Arts Chorale – and the larger Indianapolis community – depends on financial support from its corporate partners. Our city is enriched by the arts, and studies indicate that the arts mean good business. From reducing crime, and increasing high school graduation rates, to building an attractive community that fosters growth, the arts are a key component to your business’s success. Is your corporation community-minded and ready to join the ranks through a partnership with the Indianapolis Arts Chorale?

Depending on the commitment level at which your corporation participates, corresponding incentives exist including season sponsorships, concert title sponsorships, dedicatory rights to commissioned works and world premiere performances, education and outreach events. Sponsorships generally range from $2,500 – $40,000, and opportunities for 2017/2018 season partners are filling-up now.

If your company is looking for the opportunity to give back to the community that has given you so much, consider making the Indianapolis Arts Chorale part of your financial plan.

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The Indianapolis Arts Chorale is one of the most respected musical organizations in Indianapolis. The thousands of persons who attend concerts will recognize your company as an arts supporter and a leader in the community.

Marketing

Whether through print ads in local and state-wide media outlets, media coverage, radio publicity during prime drive times, or through targeted communications campaigns, your company gets the recognition it deserves when sponsoring the Arts Chorale.

Financial

Because the Indianapolis Arts Chorale is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, your company’s contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. An investment in the IAC is based on sound financial values.

Access

Your clients, prospects, and employees will benefit from a sponsorship with the Indianapolis Arts Chorale. Corporate partners receive unique access to high-level audiences, special events that are not available to the general public, and timely networking opportunities.