Corporate Sponsors contribute funds and expertise to the Museum. This involvement and financial support is a mutually beneficial partnership that sustains the Museum and gives significant visibility and recognition to the corporation for supporting the Museum, a respected and treasured institution.
Critical annual support is provided by Corporate Memberships. Learn more about becoming a Corporate Member and the benefits to your company.
Events and Exhibitions
Corporate sponsorships of events or exhibitions are an excellent way to gain visibility and support the Museum. Please email or call Leah Giles, Director of Development at (978) 369-9763 ext. 210 to discuss a corporate sponsorship that combines several opportunities to keep your firm visible all year long.
Exhibition Sponsorships Each year changing exhibitions are developed from our renowned collections as well as from those of distinguished museums around the country. Recent exhibitions include: Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage, Early Spring: Henry Thoreau and Climate Change, and From the Minute Man to the Lincoln Memorial: The Timeless Sculpture of Daniel Chester French.
Corporate exhibition sponsors gain wide visibility both in the Museum with over 40,000 visitors each year and through public relations, print and online promotions, email blasts, social media, and our award-winning newsletter. Sponsors of $5,000 or more receive recognition at the entrance to the exhibition and on the Museum’s website.
Event Sponsorships Special days and events at the Museum offer excellent sponsorship opportunities with high visibility to a wide audience. Sponsorships range from $1,000–$5,000.
Presidents’ Day: A popular program that includes a visit and presentation by an Abraham Lincoln re-enactor.
Be Our Guest: Several times each year the Museum offers free admission days that attract a large crowd.
Patriots’ Day: A town-wide series of events includes exciting programs at the Museum and a constant crowd all day.
Lecture Series associated with an Exhibit: For each changing exhibition, there are several related lectures that attract a diverse audience. For example, for The Greatest Source of Wealth: Agriculture in Concord, Gary Hirshberg, Joel Salatin, and Brian Donahue each spoke over the course of several months as part of the Farm to Lectern Speakers Series, reaching nearly 700 people in total.
Fundraising Events and Activities Each year the Museum’s Guild of Volunteers organizes fundraising events to benefit the Museum. Each event offers the opportunity for corporate sponsors to participate as a financial supporter or by providing auction or raffle items. Corporate sponsorships for each event offer visibility and recognition and range from $100–$20,000.
Holiday Season Events
Family Trees: A Celebration of Children’s Literature Benefit Exhibition