The Barnes offers customized benefits for your clients, customers, and colleagues, ensuring that your organization is recognized for its philanthropic support. Complimentary memberships, entertaining privileges in our premier spaces, and private tours are among the many benefits the Barnes offers its corporate sponsors.
We invite sponsorship in the following areas:
Education and Public Outreach Programming
The new downtown campus will welcome thousands of students from the School District of Philadelphia, positioning the Barnes as a rich resource for the city’s schoolchildren. For K-8 students, the Barnes offers single- and multi-session programs based on the collection's unique cross-cultural ensemble installations. Sponsor a particular grade-level initiative, provide complimentary travel, or cover admission costs for Head Start and public school classes.
Hamilton Family Foundation
Syde Hurdus Foundation
The Victory Foundation
The Glenn A. Haldan Charitable Foundation
A generous gift from an anonymous donor
Education outreach programs for School District of Philadelphia students are generously supported by gifts made through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. The Barnes Foundation gratefully acknowledges the following donors for their support:
Brown Brothers Harriman
The Barnes Foundation’s new art and education facility on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway includes a 5,000-square-foot space to accommodate three special exhibitions a year that complement the permanent collection.
The Order of Things is sponsored by
Contributing sponsor for the exhibition is
With generous funding from the William Penn Foundation.
Leadership gifts in support of the exhibition have been given by the Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz Exhibition Fund and Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz, Agnes Gund, Jane and Leonard Korman, Marsha and Jeffrey Perelman, and Katherine and Keith L. Sachs.
The Barnes Foundation houses one of the finest collections of 19th- and 20th-century French painting in the world. An extraordinary number of masterpieces by Renoir and Matisse provide a perspective on them that is unavailable anywhere else. Publications that explore the highlights of the collection—and Renoir and Matisse in depth—will be available in 2012 and 2013, providing scholars and the public with breathtaking images and insight into the artists and the collector.