Support The Center

Leave Your Mark

We’re appealing to all design professionals, individuals and organizations within our thriving creative culture and beyond, who embrace the importance of the built environment and design, to partner with us. Whatever your interests, we’ll find a place for you to become an active stakeholder in promoting remarkable design in our community.

A Winning Partnership

We are reaching out to you and other professionals who embrace the built environment and design with the conviction needed to compel other individuals, corporations and foundations to generously partner with The Center. We’re creating a gathering and meeting place to advance public appreciation for architecture and design. Your generous support will enable us to develop additional programming and outreach necessary to help us reach this goal.  Thanks for joining us.

The Center for Architecture and Design is a 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

 

2017 Sponsorship Opportunities

Businesses

We’re appealing to design professionals and individuals and organizations within our community who embrace the built environment and design to partner with us at one of the levels listed below.

Individuals

We’re targeting firms, as well as individuals within firms and throughout our community. For the first time, individuals can contribute to The Center for as little as $25.

Learn more about each of our sponsorship opportunities below or become a sponsor now:
Become a Sponsor

Sponsorship Level

Amount

INDIVIDUAL
$25
BUSINESSES / 1-10 EMPLOYEES
$250
BUSINESSES / 11-25 EMPLOYEES
$500
BUSINESSES / 26-50 EMPLOYEES
$1,000
BUSINESSES / 51-100 EMPLOYEES
$1,500
BUSINESSES / 100+ EMPLOYEES
$3,000

The Marcia Rees Conrad Scholarship Fund

This scholarship fund is named in honor of a beloved friend and tireless advocate for architecture education, and funds scholarships for Camp Architecture. Marcia said her goal was to create greater awareness of the built environment and plant the seeds for a life-long appreciation of architecture. “The best place to start building that appreciation is with the young members of our communities.”