Corporate partners are local, regional and national, placing value on our mission. Partner with us as we provide cultural and educational programs for families, scholars, and school students in the community where your employees and customers live, visit and learn.
Corporate partners underwrite all of our great educational and community programs all year long.
COMMUNITY FREE DAYS - Three of the highest attendance days at the museum. They include speakers, children's activities, living history programs, and all-day fun. Community Free Days are non-exclusive and scheduled for Saturday, February 19, 2023 - President's Day Weekend/Black History Month, Saturday, June 17, 2023 - Juneteenth Weekend, and Saturday, November 11, 2023 - Veteran's Day Weekend.
TEMPORARY EXHIBITS - Each year the museum curates two temporary exhibits. Temporary Exhibits open on February and June Community Free Days with special Members Only preview events. The exhibits highlight artifacts that are not in the permanent collection and focused on specific topics of interest. They remain open for twelve months, providing sponsors with additional exposure.
LESSONS IN HISTORY SPEAKER SERIES - A monthly free speaker series that brings experts from across the country to share insight and information on subjects that explore beyond the battlefield and go into the people, places, and politics of the American Civil that still ripple through modern current events.
FULL-DAY SYMPOSIA - Sponsor a full day of educational programming highlighting an individual or subject that helped shape the history of the American Civil War. In 2023, we will host two events, April 2023, The George Armstrong Custer Civil War and Plains War Symposium, and October 2023, Abolition. Stay tuned for dates, and speaker lists. These symposia are available in-person and virtually.
BATTLEFIELD TOUR - This specialized tour takes a group of enthusiasts back onto the battlefield and to significant Civil War sites with artifacts from the museum's collection. A rare and unique opportunity.
CIVIL WAR SATURDAY - A full day of living history encampments and demonstrations. Living historians performing first-person portrayals of historic figures will interact with you and your family, while military demonstrations and live fire artillery demonstrations occur throughout the day. Children are FREE and adult admission is discounted for the day.
SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS - Schools from across the country visit The National Civil War Museum. As an EITC-approved Pennsylvania business, you can donate directly to our educational programs. The National Civil War Museum is an approved Education Innovation Organization (EIO) by the PA-EITC (Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit) program.
We are grateful for PA-EITC support from CHUBB, PPL Electrical Utilities, Select Medical, and Truist.
Visit this website: PA EITC to see if your business qualifies or to apply.
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Our partners also provide generous support for in-person education and fundraising events throughout the year.
CLICK HERE to request a complete package of sponsor opportunities.
Call 717-260-1861 ext. 1108 to discuss our sponsor options today.
WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR OUR CURRENT PROGRAM PARTNERS
Special Thanks to our Friends - Greg and Valerie Gunn - Gunn-Mowery LLC, Centric Bank, Randy & Barbara Grespin, Rob & Shelly Hanlon, Lee & Angela Miller, Kenneth Rapp - Kuttin Wealth Management
For information on becoming a museum sponsor contact: Mary Beth Kerekes, Director of Development at 717-260-1861 ext. 1108 or email: email@example.com
When you support cultural organizations, you demonstrate your deep commitment to our customer’s community, its economic growth, and sustainability. Your stakeholders, employees, customers, and future workforce will see your investment and know your dedication to our historic education and preservation mission. Since we began our corporate partner program, we have expanded beyond events, into experiential and marketing opportunities that support education, culture, and historic preservation in the community where your customers live, visit and learn.