Corporate Partnerships Boost Museum’s Mission
Here in Hawai‘i where relationships play such an important part in every aspect of our lives, the Honolulu Museum of Art has carefully cultivated mutually beneficial partnerships of all sizes.
Here in Hawai‘i where relationships play such an important part in every aspect of our lives — from home to work, and every step in between — the Honolulu Museum of Art has carefully cultivated mutually beneficial partnerships of all sizes within the corporate community, from local businesses to global brands.
Throughout the years, HoMA’s reputation has been rooted in its internationally acclaimed collection of artwork from around the world, and the often groundbreaking ways it has presented both the art and artists to create meaningful dialog and foster lifelong cultural and artistic education within our community.
“We are humbled by the incredible relationships we’ve built with local and global brands here in Hawai‘i,” said Advancement Director Budd Lauer. “And we’re constantly evolving to meet the changing needs of our business partners, audiences and our community. The museum is a home for art and education that exists for the benefit of the entire community, and that resonates with our corporate partners.”
HoMA offers many different ways for companies and foundations to engage with the museum, ranging from Corporate Membership for company-wide admission, to programmatic sponsorships and partnerships for brand exposure and alignment, custom content, and memorable events. We invite you to explore the various avenues for deepening your company or foundation’s relationship with HoMA, which provides vital philanthropic support for the museum.
Corporate donations provide critical support to all aspects of the museum’s mission, helping us sustain exhibitions, education programs, and conservation efforts. To learn more about the museum’s Corporate Membership program and join forces with HoMA to make a lasting impact, contact Budd Lauer at (808) 532-8715 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Honolulu Museum of Art