Become a Sponsor

Do you want to invest in the arts?  Sponsorships are a great way to make an impact in our community.  Whether you sponsor a day of Live Tech (theater technology education) at the Fox, sponsor a classroom of students through our Students at Broadway (ticket outreach) program, utilize your sponsorship dollars to leverage additional investment through A Red Carpet Evening at the Fox (our signature fundraiser), or create your own, unique sponsorship opportunity (contact us – we’re always eager to hear more!), you are helping the Foundation grow a legacy of arts and education.

We’re honored by your interest! Please see our sponsorship options below:

A Red Carpet Evening at The Fox

A Red Carpet Evening at the Fox (and other fundraising events) are designed, specifically, to raise funds for the Foundation’s education programs, while presenting a fun event for community members.  The Red Carpet fundraiser is a Hollywood awards-viewing party.  The guests are the stars, and they walk the Red Carpet, at the same time the stars are walking the Red Carpet in Hollywood, then watch the biggest awards show of the season on the movie screen at the theater (and smaller screens throughout the venue).  Guests also enjoy celebrity look-alikes; fun, themed activities; gourmet cuisine; and cocktails.

Download our 2019 Red Carpet Sponsorship Brochure, and contact Cynthia Wright at 951.826-5769, or cwright@riversideca.gov.

 

Live Tech

A Live Tech sponsorship helps the Foundation and its partners (local educators, Theater Operator Live Nation, and other organizations) give students a look at the career potential of theater technology.  Students work with Live Nation production professionals to learn audio, lighting, and staging, using the Fox Performing Arts Center as a learning laboratory.  The more advanced components of the program allow for increased hands-on learning and students may be selected for job-shadowing during live performances at the Fox.

 

Students & Seniors at Broadway

Sponsoring tickets through the Students at Broadway or Seniors at Broadway (ticket outreach in partnership with local senior centers) program brings students/seniors into the theater for Broadway musicals, performed by national touring companies.  For individuals, of any age, with limited resources and for students who generally view entertainment on a cell phone screen, the potential for impact is enormous. The seniors who attend find their lives greatly enriched; for students, this experience may be the fuel that sparks imagination and inspiration.