Corporate and Foundation Giving
The Corporate and Foundation Relations office facilitates and strengthens strategic corporate and foundation partnerships for the Newseum. We work to develop mutually beneficial relationships and alliances with local and national corporations and foundations.
Corporations and foundations are encouraged to explore the ways they can leverage their resources through a relationship with the Newseum.
Leslie Moonves, president and chief executive officer, CBS; Luke Russert, NBC News correspondent;
Maureen Orth, Vanity Fair special correspondent; Jeff Fager, chairman, CBS News; David Rhodes,
president, CBS News
Exclusive and shared exhibition sponsorship opportunities are available for our wide array of exhibits. Each exhibition sponsorship is custom-designed to best fit the company’s business goals. Depending on the level of sponsorship, benefits include logo placement within the exhibit and in our Visitors Guide, access to the museum and its opening receptions and VIP events, and inclusion in Newseum marketing and media plans.
As a member of this program, your company adds to its visibility and presence as a leading corporate philanthropist in Washington, D.C. This corporate philanthropic support brings an understanding of the personal freedoms of the First Amendment and an enriched civic education to our visitors, through relevant and high-level exhibits, programs and educational resources. To view our Corporate Engagement Program brochure, please click here. Large print and Braille versions of the brochure are available by calling 202/292-6283.
Join these members of the Corporate Engagement Program:
For more information on exhibition sponsorships or corporate membership, contact Kristin Goler, Manager/Corporate and Foundation Relations, at 202/292-6283, or email email@example.com.
The Newseum is a 501(c)(3) public charity.
Donations to the Newseum are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.