Dear Friends,
Performance painter David Garibaldi will be in Stockton for a one-night show at the Bob Hope Theatre on Saturday, October 8, 2022 to benefit the Stockton Animal Protection League (APL), Haggin Museum, and the Stockton Symphony.

Garibaldi is a world-renowned performance painter. His show “Rhythm and Hue” is a music and color experience. Large portraits of pop icons explode together on stage in minutes to music. Paint, sound, and entertainment collide for an entertaining show that brings people to their feet.

Guests will have an unforgettable evening, while supporting three of our community’s storied nonprofit organizations! The partnership between the Stockton Animal Protection League, Haggin Museum, and the Stockton Symphony is a natural fit of bringing the community together to improve our quality of life.
We would like to invite you to become an event sponsor. Opportunities include event tickets and community visibility while supporting three incredible local nonprofit organizations. We hope these sponsorship levels will provide a useful tool for you to participate from your cause marketing budget or your philanthropic giving.

JOIN US

OUR MISSIONS

The Stockton Animal Protection League, Haggin Museum, and the Stockton Symphony invite you to become a SPONSOR of this unique one-night event where animals and performance art come together!
As a sponsor you will enjoy event ticket benefits and a wide array of promotional recognition while supporting three of Stockton’s storied nonprofit organizations.

ANIMAL
PROTECTION LEAGUE

Support the Stockton Animal Shelter and the community it serves.
(Tax ID: 68-0193683)

HAGGIN MUSEUM

Inspire present and future generations to appreciate the fine arts and regional history by engaging our visitors’ creative, social, and learning interests through exhibitions, programs, and events.
(Tax ID: 94-1196214)

STOCKTON SYMPHONY

To inspire joy and build community through the magic of music.
(TAX ID: 94-1462758)

BEST IN SHOW

PLATINUM

GOLD

EXCLUSIVE TITLE SPONSOR

  • Sixteen (16) Premium Event Tickets
  • Pre-Event VIP Reception with David Garibaldi (up to 16 guests)
  • Prominent Signage at the Event
  • Logo Featured on Printed Materials and Event T-shirt
  • Recognition on the Animal Protection League, the Stockton Symphony, and Haggin Museum Websites
    and/or Social Media Platforms
  • Recognition in the Haggin Museum’s Members’ Bulletin
  • Mention in Media Press Release
  • Special Event T-shirts
  • Ten (10) Premium Event Tickets
  • Pre-Event VIP Reception with David Garibaldi (up to 8 guests)
  • Name Featured on Printed Materials and Event Signage
  • Recognition on the Animal Protection League, the Stockton Symphony, and Haggin Museum Websites
    and/or Social Media Platforms
  • Special Event T-shirts

 

 

 

 

  • Eight (8) Premium Event Tickets
  • Pre-Event VIP Reception with David Garibaldi (up to 4 guests)
  • Name Featured on Printed
  • Materials and Event Signage
  • Special Event T-shirts

$15,000

$10,000

$5,000

SILVER

BRONZE

  • Six (6) Premium Event Tickets
  • Pre-Event VIP Reception with David Garibaldi (up to 4 guests)
  • Name Featured on Printed Materials and Event Signage
  • Special Event T-shirts

 

  • Four (4) Premium Event Tickets
  • Pre-Event VIP Reception with David Garibaldi (up to 2 guests)
  • Name Featured on Printed Materials and Event Signage
  • Special Event T-shirts

$2,500

$1,000

ENHANCING OUR QUALITY OF LIFE

The partnership between the Stockton Animal Protection League, Haggin Museum, and the Stockton Symphony is a natural fit of bringing the community together to improve our quality of life.

The presence of arts & culture is linked to increased neighborhood livability, community identity, and social wellbeing. Research ties the benefits of arts participation to the informal education and empowerment of the community, and to a sense of pride and community ownership.

Interacting with dogs can boost your production of
“happy hormones” such as oxytocin, serotonin and dopamine.
This can lead to a greater sense of wellbeing and help
lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

Students who attend a field trip to an art museum
demonstrate improved critical thinking skills, historical
empathy and tolerance.

Active musical engagement was associated with higher rates of happiness and good cognitive function.

In an independent study on sponsorship of the arts conducted by Performance Research, the world leader in consumer based sponsorship, the following results were found:
56% of respondents said they would almost always or frequently buy a product or support a company sponsoring an arts/cultural event over one that does not.
48% of Americans with an interest in Art and Cultural events indicated that they hold a “Higher” trust in companies that sponsor these events compared to those who do not.

SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY AND BECOME A SPONSOR, TODAY!

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