Our corporate support programme offers companies, schools and other organisations to develop a unique association with Charleston and all of its activities, including the Charleston Festival, Small Wonder and a variety of events and high profile exhibitions. Charleston offers excellent benefits, including VIP hospitality, front row seats at festivals and free house tours.
Run by a small and dedicated team, Charleston is able to provide excellent brand awareness for its corporate supporters that sets it apart from other arts organisations. We work with local, national and international companies and schools as valued partners to deliver a wide range of impressive benefits, all at a bespoke level.
Charleston offers several levels of corporate support from becoming an Associate Partner, which offers year-round benefits, to sponsoring an event at the Charleston Festival or joining our patron’s circle, The Omega Group. Likewise, we also offer employees the chance to work at Charleston as part of corporate social responsibility programmes.
For further information, please contact Sarah Dennis, Director of Development on 01323 811 626 or email email@example.com.
Associate Partners are eligible for some of the following benefits:
Companies can also sponsor an event at the Charleston Festival, one of the UK’s most successful independent festivals, which hosts almost 7,000 visitors each May and receives widespread coverage in the local and national press.
Sponsorship offers a range of benefits, including:
We would be delighted to talk further about how we can tailor a package of benefits for you around the Charleston Festival.
For further information about corporate support at Charleston, please contact Sarah Dennis, Director of Development on 01323 811 626 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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