Sponsorship at NCPA
Your contributions, big or small, better the services and facilities we provide for our patrons, keep our national cultural treasures alive and dynamic and ensure the nurturing of future of creative talent in this country. Contributions on any scale are most welcome. The following list gives few ideas of how you can directly get involved with the NCPA's achievements. However, this list just provides some examples of ways to give. We recognize that giving is a personal matter, so please do come and see us in person to discuss your own requirements as a supporter of our work.
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Make a donation
You don't have to be wealthy or famous to give. For many cultural ventures around the world, it is the modest giving of passionate supporters that ensures the day to day sustainability of an organisation. Small gifts will be acknowledged with a receipt and a letter of thanks, and in future, you will be included in invitations to various special events held at the NCPA for our regular donors.
For those who would like to make a significant contribution, the following options enable you and your family to leave a lasting legacy. Here are some major gift options, suitable for both individuals, corporate and foundations.
Name a seat
The NCPA has developed into one of India's most important platforms for cultural excellence. Become a part of its future by putting your own name, or that of a loved one, on a seat in one of our halls. A seat dedication is a unique way to participate personally in the NCPA's development as one of South Asia's most important cultural institutions, and to make a lasting contribution to our artistic future.
Education and community initiatives
Education, research and preservation of heritage are core objectives of the NCPA, as articulated in its Mission Statement. Individuals and foundations are invited to contribute to areas of the NCPA's work relating to the promotion of culture in schools and communities.
Naming an NCPA facility
Foundations and individuals may wish to incorporate their name, or the names of loved ones, into the fabric of the NCPA by providing a sum of money that will cover the operating costs of one of our venues or resources, such as our library, archives, gardens, foyers, rehearsal rooms or recording studio. This gift will secure the naming rights of the facility supported. Such naming allows for a lifelong passion for the arts and culture to resonate among generations to come.
Name an NCPA event or series
By funding an NCPA event or series, such as a festival or an on-going programming strand, you will have naming rights that will inextricably link your philanthropic gesture with the event you are supporting.
The NCPA's diverse programming allows for a wide range of opportunities for corporate to reach out to their target audiences. Our corporate partners receive many benefits for their employees and clients. Whatever the partner's target groups or marketing objectives, the NCPA can arrange tailor-made sponsorship plans.
Sponsoring an NCPA event, festival, series or production
Associate your brand name with a single NCPA-promoted event, such as a performance of music, theatre or dance. We offer many sponsorship levels, including: Exclusive Sponsor,Title Sponsor, Associate Sponsor, and Supporting Sponsor ? all of which enable brand visibility at NCPA events. Give us a call to learn more about getting on board to become a corporate sponsor.
Education, research and preservation of heritage are core objectives of the NCPA and are enshrined in our mission. In addition to offering companies a wide range of sponsorship opportunities, we encourage a focus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by inviting contributions towards the NCPA's work of promoting culture in schools and communities. Here are some of the areas where corporate giving will help the NCPA to build on our cultural heritage for future generations: Maintenance and purchase of essential resources for the NCPA's Libraries and Archives Artist in residence schemes, scholarships, training and teaching Community outreach programmes Instrumental teaching in schools Guru Support Scheme Tickets for charitable and underprivileged sectors Purchase instruments To learn more about how you can get involved in any of these initiatives, or start your own, do give us a call.
A bequest is a gift made in a will or living trust. Bequests offer a tax-effective and flexible option for supporting good causes. They provide a fitting memorial to donors and/or their loved ones for posterity. Bequests can be made in the form or money, goods, shares or property. Someone from our Finance Department here at the NCPA will be able to discuss all the various options with you in person, so that your legacy to us is deployed as effectively as possible.