The following corporations, foundations, organizations, individuals and government entities offered their sponsorship support through gifts and pledges to The Human Race Theatre Company. We gratefully acknowledge their generosity that helps make all our programming possible.
If you or your organization would like to learn more about our sponsorships and donor benefits, please contact Jennifer Joplin, Development Manager, at (937) 461-3823 ext. 3111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Culture Works is greater Dayton’s United Arts Fund and Arts Council. Culture Works provides the resources necessary to ensure a stable and dependable base of support for our cultural assets. As a leader in arts and cultural development, Culture Works offers valuable services to the arts community, including professional development and technical assistance programs, promotional services, advocacy and grant-making. Culture Works raises and distributes the largest single source of private funding for the arts in Greater Dayton.
Recognizing the role arts play in our quality of life, the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District awards public funds on behalf of Montgomery County to support, nurture, and encourage the development and preservation of the arts and cultural heritage within the county.
The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this organization with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.
The Shubert Foundation is dedicated to sustaining and advancing the live performing arts in the United States, with a particular emphasis on theatre and a secondary focus on dance. In service of this mission, we provide general operating support to not-for-profit, professional resident theatre and dance companies, as well as some arts-related organizations that help support their development.
By establishing this fund, Erma R. Catterton provided a future for live, professional theatre in the Miami Valley.
As a founding benefactor, The Jesse & Caryl D. Philips Foundation is proud to support Dayton’s official professional theatre company.
The Virginia W. Kettering Foundation was created upon her death in 2003 to continue her legacy of supporting those communities and organizations that were important to her.
The Jack W. and Sally D. Eichelberger Foundation, administered by The Dayton Foundation as part of its Family Foundation Plus Program, is pleased to support The Human Race Loft Season. With Jack and Sally’s help, The Human Race Theatre Company can continue to celebrate and explore the majesty and mystery of human existence by presenting plays that stimulate the common touch in each of us.
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