CORPORATE SPONSORS AND FOUNDATIONS
For more than 20 years, OFSA has been forging ties with many private partners
Become an OFSA Sponsor
When it comes to preserving African American culture, Our Family Skate Association is committed to sharing and exchange. That is why the non-profit organization makes it a point to reach out to all audiences - both within the exhibits and events and in the digital world - and place culture at the heart of society in a day and age when it needs it most. Our sponsors bring much more than just financial support; they help make OFSA's ambitious and innovative vision a reality. Discover the many advantages of supporting our major public interest projects.
BENEFITS FROM MAJOR TAX DEDUCTIONS
If a business is taxable in America, 60% of its donation is eligible for a tax deduction (up to 0.5% of its turnover before tax). It also enjoys material benefits valued at up to 25% of the amount of the donation (organization of events, facilitated access to the exhibits, acknowledgments on OFSA communication materials, etc.).
REACH A WIDE AUDIENCE
Sponsors benefit from exceptional exposure on the communication materials developed for each project supported: posters and banners, invitations to exhibition openings, press releases and kits, website features, etc. Above a certain amount, a permanent acknowledgment is made in the National African American Roller Skating Archive. Our partners also benefit from content for their corporate communications (greeting cards, newsletters, etc.).
SHARE THE ADVANTAGES WITH YOUR PARTNERS AND CLIENTS
Enjoy facilitated access to Our Family Skate Association and VIP events:
invitations to exhibition openings
day passes for temporary exhibitions and the permanent collections
free access to the NAARSA exhibit for your employees
VIP behind-the-scene tours
talks with curators
presentations at your office by official NAARSA experts
SUPPORT AN OFSA PROJECT
OFSA carries out many projects that are in line with the values of the companies and foundations that support the organization:
cultural emancipation programs
major projects such as documentaries and annual events
curatorial projects (e.g. conservation and acquisitions for the NAARSA archive).