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Corporate Giving

Through our world-renowned collection, the Philadelphia Museum of Art brings the past into lively conversation with the present. Thanks to the ongoing support of the Museum’s corporate donors, audiences can engage with extraordinary art in a remarkable setting. Corporate gifts support a broad range of initiatives at the Museum from special exhibition sponsorship, to educational programming for adults and children, to new technologies and preservation of the Museum’s treasures. In return, companies receive exclusive Museum access, brand recognition, and engagement opportunities for employees, clients, and community partners.

The Museum is pleased to highlight some of the longstanding corporate partnerships that bring energy to spur the Museum’s growth and help to fulfill its mission., If your corporation is interested in supporting exhibitions, educational programs, or other initiatives at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, please call our Corporate Relations team at 215-684-7760.


The Philadelphia Museum of Art has partnered with PECO for four decades. Their generosity as a Corporate Partner and supporter of exhibitions and education has helped to connect our community with art in meaningful and lasting ways.

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PECO invests in organizations that support education, the environment, arts and culture, and neighborhood development programs, which demonstrate a proven track record in addressing key community needs. Energy for Arts & Culture programs make the arts more accessible to a wider audience and showcase the wide variety of performing and visual arts organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region. The Museum’s recent projects supported by PECO include: Represent: 200 Years of African American Art, and together with the Exelon Foundation, PECO was lead sponsor of Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910.

Reliance Standard Life Insurance Company

Through The Delphi Project Foundation, Reliance Standard Life Insurance Company enables sixth through twelfth graders in Philadelphia public schools to create and enjoy art through in-depth programming that brings them into contact with some of the area’s most outstanding teaching artists.

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In the Delphi After School Art Club (held at the Museum), Delphi Art Partners (a middle school artist-in-residence program), Delphi Art Futures (an intensive, career-focused high school arts residency program), and the Delphi Summer Teen Media Program, students participate in initiatives that enhance their art-making and art-appreciation skills, help them develop their creative voices, and provide safe and positive activities during out of school hours. Annual community service projects bring works of art by students into neighborhoods across the city and celebrate the inspiring creativity of these young artists.

The Delphi Project Foundation is funded by Reliance Standard Life Insurance Company, a member of the Tokio Marine Group.


PNC is a longstanding supporter of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, as a member of the Corporate Partners Program for over three decades and through generous support of groundbreaking special exhibitions and innovative arts programming.

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Through PNC Arts Alive, an initiative designed to support the visual and performing arts, PNC has ensured that children and families from across the Philadelphia region have been able to participate fully in the life of the Museum—offsetting Pay What You Wish family days and multicultural arts educational initiatives and presenting the annual Every Family Party, a vibrant family festival featuring hands-on art activities, live music, and interactive explorations of the Museum’s galleries.

Art Splash will return to the Museum this summer, with daily family programming, hands-on studio activity, and in-gallery exploration designed to bring the visual arts to life for families across the region. This year’s Art Splash will feature fresh programming and a new family-friendly app that draws upon the Museum’s popular children’s publication, A is for Art Museum (2008), to encourage kids and their grownups to see art in new ways and turn a trip to the museum into a treasure hunt. With support from PNC, free or significantly reduced-cost Art Splash admission will be provided to up to 10,000 Philadelphia community members. (Kids under 12 admitted free each day.)

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo is proud of its several-decades-long commitment to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Museum’s Corporate Partners Program and other Museum initiatives. Our relationship with the Philadelphia Museum of Art is guided by our focus on building strategic relationships with nonprofits through donations, innovative affordable financing, and volunteerism to support their goals.

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We’re proud to have our local leaders serve on the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Corporate Executive Board and proud of our support of projects such as Art After Dark, the restoration of Thomas Eakins’ Portrait of Dr. Samuel D. Gross (The Gross Clinic) and exhibitions of works by Van Gogh and the Peale family. We support the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s efforts to build a stronger community through increased access to world-class art and arts education and look forward to continuing our support of this renowned institution.

Dow Chemical

Dow is committed to preserving and investing in communities where it operates, and generating shared value through philanthropic efforts around the world. Partnering with the Philadelphia Museum of Art does just that.

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Community Success is part of Dow's global commitment to sustainability, and Dow looks to invest in programs and organizations that will have a long-term impact and serve as a starting point for widespread community involvement and growth.

These programs include educational initiatives like those at the Philadelphia Museum of Art where hands-on programs support the intellectual growth and development of our youth and create a future filled with possibilities. Dow is proud to support the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Philadelphia is the headquarters for one of Dow’s strategic growth divisions, Dow Advanced Materials. Five businesses make up the division – Coating Materials, Building and Construction, Specialty Materials, Water and Process Solutions, and Electronic Materials – that serve the fastest-growing end markets such as water, electronics, food, pharmaceuticals, health care, paints and more. To learn more about Dow in the Delaware Valley please visit or

For more information, please contact The Corporate Partners Program by phone at 215-684-7760 or by e-mail at .

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