The National Liberty Museum’s annual Glass Auction & Gala is our signature fundraiser and the premier glass auction in the region. All proceeds benefit the NLM’s education and outreach programs.
Review sponsorship levels and reserve your sponsorship below, or use a printed form to reserve your sponsorship by mail or fax.
Each Diamond Presenting Sponsorship enables 2,500 students to participate in our Museum Learning Experiences (FMV $2,080)
Each Ruby Sponsorship enables 1,500 students to participate in our Museum Learning Experiences (FMV $1,640)
Each Emerald Sponsorship helps underwrite four professional development workshops (FMV $1,240)
Each Sapphire Sponsorship enables 500 students to participate in our Museum Learning Experiences (FMV $800)
Each Amethyst Sponsorship enables 300 students to participate in our Museum Learning Experiences (FMV $400)
Each Pearl Sponsorship helps underwrite one of NLM’s public programs (FMV $350)
For additional information on Glass Auction & Gala sponsorship opportunities, please contact Bridget Purcell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-925-2800, ext. 136.
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