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Event Sponsorship

Support the Conservancy while building your brand.

Sponsorship of our events and programs provides a high-impact way to increase awareness of your organization and brand to a discerning, engaged audience while supporting the work of the Conservancy. Our Corporate Partners program also offers some of the same visibility opportunities, plus additional year-round benefits.

Contact Executive Director Barbara Gordon at preservation@savewright.org or 312.663.5500 to inquire about opportunities.

Annual Conference Sponsorship

The Conservancy’s annual conference brings together hundreds of preservation advocates, owners of Wright-designed houses, administrators of public sites, architects, scholars, and restoration specialists from around the world to discuss the significance of Wright’s work and to strengthen the collective knowledge around the ongoing preservation of his nearly 400 extant buildings. Conference sponsorships are available at a range of levels, and are highlighted throughout the event. Explore sponsorship benefits below, or download the printable 2021 conference sponsorship fact sheet.

Supporter ($500)
  • Name listed on conference website with link
  • Name listed in principal conference materials and select publicity materials
  • Complimentary virtual conference registration for one
  • Invitation to in-person opening event (if applicable)
Sponsor ($1,500)
  • Name listed on conference website with link
  • Name listed in principal conference materials and select publicity materials
  • Verbal acknowledgement at opening event and first morning education session
  • Complimentary virtual conference registration for one
  • Invitation to in-person opening event (if applicable)
Conference Partner ($5,000)
  • Logo displayed on conference website with link
  • Logo featured in principal conference materials and select publicity materials
  • One recognition post on the Conservancy's social media, sponsor's choice of platform (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn)
  • Quarter-page ad in conference program booklet (must supply artwork)
  • Verbal acknowledgement at opening event and first morning education session
  • Complimentary conference registration (one in-person and two virtual)
  • Complimentary invitation to exclusive Leadership Circle event (one in-person and two virtual)
Major Partner ($10,000)
  • Logo displayed on conference website with link
  • Logo featured in principal conference materials and select publicity materials
  • Logo displayed on all session intro slides
  • Two recognition posts on the Conservancy's social media, sponsor's choice of platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn)
  • Half-page ad in conference program booklet (must supply artwork)
  • Verbal acknowledgement at opening event, all education sessions and the gala
  • Opportunity to introduce a conference session
  • Complimentary conference registration (two in-person and four virtual)
  • Complimentary invitation to exclusive Leadership Circle event (two in-person and four virtual)
Presenting Partner ($25,000+)
  • Logo displayed prominently on conference website with link
  • Logo featured prominently in principal conference materials and all publicity materials
  • Logo displayed on all session intro slides
  • Two recognition posts on all of the Conservancy's social media profiles (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn)
  • Full-page ad in conference program booklet (must supply artwork)
  • Verbal acknowledgement at opening event, all education sessions and the gala
  • Opportunity to introduce a conference session
  • Complimentary conference registration (four in-person and ten virtual)
  • Complimentary invitation to exclusive Leadership Circle event (four in-person and ten virtual)

 

Contact Executive Director Barbara Gordon at preservation@savewright.org or 312.663.5500 to inquire.

Representatives from SC Johnson, Major Partner of the 2015 annual conference
Photo (c) Mark Hertzberg

Representatives from Oliver Peoples Group, Presenting Sponsor of An Evening at Hollyhock House during the 2019 conference
Photo by Benjamin Simpson