Share Your Story as a Corporate or Individual Sponsor
Sponsors make it possible for hundreds of thousands of visitors, students, and researchers to engage in the Chicago History Museum’s programs, exhibitions, and events every year. We welcome your involvement and look forward to a mutually rewarding partnership.
Benefits of Sponsorship
Sponsorship at the Chicago History Museum offers creative and cost-effective strategies to meet corporate objectives. As a Sponsor, you can strengthen and enhance the visibility of your brand to a desirable Chicago market in the following ways:
- Sponsor recognition on advertising and in PR efforts
- Sponsor recognition in the Museum’s publications and on the website
- Hospitality benefits for entertaining clients and guests, such as annual group memberships, tickets to special events and programs, and discounted use of the Museum’s event space
- Onsite signage opportunities
- Dedicated posts and tagging on the Museum’s social media
Featured Sponsorship Opportunities
Our sponsorship programs are individually customized to meet your specific marketing goals while maintaining the Museum’s mission. Please review featured opportunities below!
Polish Chicago Project
The Chicago History Museum’s upcoming exhibition on Chicago’s Polish communities will examine the immigration experiences of Polish people coming to and living in the city over the last 160 years. The exhibition will offer a unique perspective on these immigrant groups who have fueled the city’s growth, shaped its identity, and spurred ongoing international connections. Using new and extant oral histories, scholarship, archives, and artifacts, the exhibition will explore how links with Poland and Polish identity have shifted over generations and how these experiences relate to those of other immigrant communities.
The Chicago Learning Collaborative
The Chicago Learning Collaborative is a K–12 museum education initiative that provides students meaningful learning experiences that are centered around Chicago history and incorporate diverse narratives and perspectives. The CLC programs are classroom-based and free to schools that participate. They are designed to be relevant, accessible, and culturally responsive to their audiences. Each program culminates in a family event at the Museum where parents, students, and the public have an opportunity to view a temporary exhibition of the students’ work and celebrate their achievements.
For more information about sponsorship opportunities, naming opportunities, or to learn more about upcoming events and exhibitions at the Chicago History Museum, please contact Colleen McGaughey, senior manager of development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.799.2115. General inquires can also be sent to email@example.com. We look forward to working with you!