- Cultural Communities
- Digital Scholarship
- 25th Annual Sailors’ Series
- Painting with a Splash
- Lifelong Learning Lecture Series
- Of Earth, Sea & Fire Symposium
- Where the Land Meets the Sea
- Watkins Bioacoustics Symposium
- 27th Annual Scrimshaw Weekend
- Painting with a Splash FOR KIDS
- Members’ Trip to Porto, Portugal
- Family Activities
- Community Programs
- Annual Events
- Charles W. Morgan Visit
- Whaling History Symposium
- Moby-Dick Marathon
- Past Programs
Corporate sponsors not only provide necessary financial support for the Museum, but also receive high visibility branding and marketing opportunities. The Whaling Museum has a variety of sponsorship opportunities from multi-day events that attract thousands of guests, to high-end fundraising events such as our Over the Top annual summer celebration. Whatever your needs and budget, we will work diligently with your team to clearly and effectively convey your corporate message, logo and image to our visitors and supporters.
It is truly an exciting time to be a part of the Museum – a time at which the support from businesses will help to make a lasting, positive impact on the way we honor our community’s impressive past and herald its cultural future.
For more information about sponsorship opportunities with the Whaling Museum, please contact the Development Department at 508-997-0046.
View current Sponsorship Opportunities here.
Basic Sponsorship Benefits Include:
Prominent exposure through press and media, web and printed materials
Company logo on all printed materials
Event or program invitations and announcements (quantity 4,000)
Acknowledgment on the Museum website (10,000 hits monthly)
Quarter-page advertisement in the Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill (quantity 4,000)
Acknowledgement of sponsorship at event or program
Announcement of sponsorship at a special press event prior to the event or program
One-year Corporate Membership level with the NBWM
Free use of San Francisco Room for a 3-hour private event
Executive, client and employee admission passes to the Museum