Destiny Arts Center partners with local, regional, and national businesses and organizations to increase visibility in the communities we serve. Sponsorship opportunities are available to suit a variety of corporate and socially responsible endeavors. Event and performance sponsorships are limited. See below for more information about our reach, our communities, and past events and sponsorships.
Destiny Arts Center reaches over 20,000 students, families and audience members annually at dozens of performances throughout the Bay Area. Our reach is broad in scope, bringing the arts to communities that otherwise have little or no access to the arts. During the 2012-13 academic year, youth at Destiny Arts Center performed at over 25 events throughout the San Francisco Bay Area including the annual Bioneers Conference, SF Green Festival, and most recently at the Yerba Buena Center for the Performing Arts. Our teen and junior companies are also requested for public and private performances and events including the Northern California Community Loan Fund’s annual gala in San Francisco, One Billion Rising, and the Black Choreographer’s Festival. We are grateful to our sponsors for supporting our work and look forward to recognizing our partners at our upcoming 25th Anniversary Benefit Gala on Saturday, May 17, 2014 at Destiny Arts Center.
To discuss a tailored sponsorship package, please contact Kathy O’Grady at (415) 282-8364 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to our one-night only, 25th anniversary event, the Destiny Arts Youth Performance Company and Junior Company perform over 2 weeks at Laney College Theater in early April, reaching thousands of audience members from all over the Bay Area. Limited sponsorships are available to ensure maximum impact and impressions. We look forward to partnering with you to reach our thousands of families, community and civic leaders, artists and philanthropists.
We would like to thank and recognize our community partners and sponsors in our mission to end isolation, prejudice and violence in the lives of young people through the movement and performing arts.