Corporate Partners are a distinguished group of business leaders whose annual contributions enable The Huntington to engage and connect audiences to our unparalleled collections. In addition to providing vital financial support, Corporate Partners enjoy a number of special privileges including invitations to exclusive exhibition previews and events, annual passes for free admission, free private guided tours, and recognition on the Donor Wall in our Visitor's Center. What’s more, Corporate Partners at the Patron level and higher are able to host their own private events at The Huntington, and receive a special Employee Access Pass that all company employees can use for free admission.
Memberships range from $2,500 to $25,000+ annually. For additional information or to discuss other ways to get involved, please contact Kristy Peters, director, foundation and corporate relations, firstname.lastname@example.org or 626-405-3484.
There are several levels of membership from which to choose; the benefits increase with your philanthropic commitment to The Huntington and are enjoyed for a full year. As a nonprofit 501c3 institution, Huntington Corporate Partner contributions are fully tax deductible.
Member - $2,500
Patron - $5,000
Council - $10,000
Director - $15,000
Benefactor - $25,000
EXECUTIVE PARTNERS ($50,000+) includes Corporate Membership and/or Restricted Grants
The Capital Group Companies, Inc.
Gardner Grout Foundation
Wells Fargo / Wells Fargo Charitable Foundation
BENEFACTOR ($25,000+) includes Corporate Membership and/or Restricted Grants
Bank of America / Merrill Lynch
City National Bank
East West Bank
Panda Restaurant Group, Inc.
Southern California Edison–an Edison International Company
Milo W. Bekins Foundation
The Langham Huntington Hotel, Pasadena
Town & Country Event Rentals*
MATT Construction Corporation
Walt Disney Company
Achieving America Family Foundation
Breeders’ Cup Limited
Crown Media Family Networks
Emerson Network Power
The Gas Company – A Sempra Energy Company
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Grosvenor Family Foundation
HDR International Inc.
Julia Stearns Dockweiler Charitable Foundation
KR Capital Advisors, Inc.
McMaster-Carr Supply Company
Northern Trust Bank
The Whittier Trust Company
Images by Lighting*
Julienne Fine Foods
Resnick Family Foundation
Russakow / Greene & Tan LLP
San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership
Singpoli Group, LLC
Sony Pictures Entertainment
* Denotes a contribution that includes products and/or services
Additional Charitable Contribution Opportunities
Becoming a Corporate Partner at The Huntington is an excellent way to highlight your company’s values. According to recent Cone/Roper trend reports, 89 percent of consumers indicate they would switch brands or retailers to one associated with a good cause, when price or quality are equal, and 87 percent of employees at companies with philanthropic programs feel a stronger sense of loyalty to their employer.
- Enhance your company’s reputation and standing in the community
- Increase your positive name recognition, visibility, and brand awareness
- Offer your employees rewarding volunteer experiences
- Improve customer loyalty
- Gain a competitive advantage in attracting and retaining employees
What Your Gift Supports
Annual support from corporations, foundations, and individuals accounts for over a third of The Huntington’s annual operating budget, and provides:
- Access for thousands of K-12 students from the most underserved Title I schools in Los Angeles County
- Teacher training programs that utilize our world-class primary source collections to improve teachers’ content knowledge and empower them to effectively teach the humanities and science to generations of students
- Support for The Huntington’s scholars, curators, conservators, docents, volunteers, and all who work so hard to maintain and improve the institution
- Dozens of hands-on, interactive exhibits and permanent collections which inspire children to appreciate art, reading, science, and the world around them
- A variety of education programs for all ages including workshops, demonstrations, summer camps, and special events
As a nonprofit 501c3 institution, Huntington Corporate Partner contributions are fully tax deductible.
Other Ways To Get Involved
There are a variety of exciting opportunities to leverage gifts to The Huntington to achieve your company’s strategic objectives. Sponsoring education programs, underwriting special exhibitions, and hosting private client events on-site are just a few of the ways you can highlight and strengthen your organization’s image and visibility in the community. Please contact Kristy Peters at 626-405-3484 or email@example.com to find out how an appealing recognition package can be customized to fit your corporation’s particular needs and goals.
Throughout the year, The Huntington presents a slate of world-class exhibitions in its MaryLou and George Boone Gallery. Formerly known as the Carriage House, the Boone Gallery enables The Huntington to mount major art and library exhibitions drawn from its permanent collections, as well as those traveling on loan from other institutions, for its audience of over 500,000 visitors annually. This 7,000-square-foot neoclassical structure built in 1911 was designed for founder Henry Huntington by noted Southern California architects Myron Hunt and Elmer Grey, and was renovated in 1999 through the generous support of philanthropists MaryLou and George Boone.
Every “First Thursday” The Huntington is able to offer free admission to anyone who wishes to visit and reserves a space through the generous support of our corporate sponsors. Sponsorship of First Thursdays is an effective way to communicate your company’s values while enabling tens of thousands of people to experience The Huntington's treasures who may not otherwise be able to visit.
Education Program Sponsorship
Corporate sponsorship supports many of the worthwhile educational activities at The Huntington. Each year 25,000 visiting students are inspired by the eye-opening introduction to art, literature, and nature they receive from professionally trained docents. And many thousands more benefit from family programs, continuing adult education, and much more.
Frontiers Magazine Advertisements
Published semiannually, Huntington Frontiers connects readers with the rich intellectual life and fascinating activities taking place at the institution. It captures in news and features the work of researchers, educators, curators, and others across a range of disciplines. The magazine is made available on a complimentary basis as a benefit of Huntington membership. Each issue mails to approximately 40,000 affluent and highly-educated households composed primarily of Huntington members and current and former research scholars.
Every year, over a hundred Corporate Partner volunteers help make The Huntington’s Annual Spring Plant Sale a resounding success. Discover how fulfilling it can be to give your time and talents to advance The Huntington’s research and education mission.
The following is a list of corporations which have matching gift programs, enabling you to double your contribution to The Huntington! This list is not all-inclusive. Please inquire about matching gift programs at your workplace, and encourage your company to establish a program if it does not yet have one.
Bank of America Foundation
BD Associates, Matching Gift Program
The Boeing Company
The Capital Group Companies, Inc.
FM Global Foundation
General Mills Foundation
J. Paul Getty Trust
IBM Corporation Matching Grants
J.P. Morgan & Co., Inc
W.M. Keck Foundation
Kirkland & Ellis
Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundations, Inc.
Mobil Foundation, Inc.
Newhall Land & Farming Company
Payden & Rygel
Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program
The Rose Hills Foundation
Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc.
Southern California Gas Company
Tenet Healthcare Foundation Matching Gift Program
Western Asset Management Co.
The William Hewlett Foundation
Please confirm the rules and requirements with your company prior to making a matching gift.