Sponsorship

CURRENT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 

Mural Arts makes an impact: programs and projects annually engage more than 25,000 participants, while docent-led tours offer 15,000 individuals exposure to our collection, and 85,000+ followers view our work online. Each year, we produce 50 to 100 public art projects involving a range of people, sites, and issues in Philadelphia. Projects respond to 1) needs and opportunities articulated by civic leaders or identified in neighborhood plans; 2) project applications from community leaders; 3) topics relevant to youth and vulnerable adults in our three program areas: Art Education, Restorative Justice, and Behavioral Health.

In addition to supporting accessible art and amplifying community voices, sponsorship of Mural Arts’ projects and initiatives provides an opportunity for recognition and visibility for corporations, organizations, and individuals.

SPONSOR WALL BALL 

Wall Ball is our annual fundraiser and a key source of support for the work we do year-round. Each spring, 700 corporate leaders, public officials, community members, artists, and philanthropists gather to celebrate the work of Mural Arts and to network with friends and colleagues. Wall Ball is a not-to-be-missed event with great food, entertainment, and unique opportunities to meet our staff, artists, and students.

SPONSOR MURAL ARTS MONTH 

Every October, Mural Arts leads a month-long celebration of Philadelphia’s people and communities. Mural Arts Month programming takes place nearly every day throughout the month and includes a variety of innovative and exciting opportunities for people to learn, create, and connect.

SPONSOR A PROJECT 

We create more than 50 public art projects on a yearly basis. Projects explore numerous themes, target diverse constituents, and result in outcomes ranging from corridor revitalization to youth leadership.

SPONSOR A PROGRAM 

Mural Arts’ many innovative programs and initiatives target some of Philadelphia’s long-standing and profoundly challenging social issues, such as lack of access to art education in our public school system, mass incarceration, public safety concerns, and issues around mental health needs and disabilities. We enjoy helping individuals identify connections between their philanthropic priorities and our programmatic work.