Major Sponsor Opportunities
GCMIC continues to ensure the legacy of General George C. Marshall lives on as an example for future generations. While the geopolitical challenges faced by America today may be different than they were 60 years ago, the importance of ethical leadership, honor, and a commitment to service in navigating those challenges remains timeless. George Marshall embodied these ideals, among many others, during an era when international and economic hardships were especially acute. His legacy is not only relevant but is emblematic of what we look for in our contemporary leaders, and in ourselves.
Corporate and private partnerships sustain GCMIC's programs and operations, and enable the organization to expand current programs and develop new programs.
GCMIC offers seven donor categories for small businesses, corporations, and organizations that wish to support its mission through cash gifts or in-kind services. Each of GCMIC's sponsors is recognized in its biannual "Five Star" newsletter, listed on its web site with a link to the sponsor's web site and, where applicable, recognized in advertising and programs for the specific event(s) they support. Each sponsor receives additional benefits appropriate to its level of sponsorship, such as free admission to all events, invitations to special events and the use of The Marshall House museum or grounds for private events. To become a corporate sponsor, please complete the online application.
Five Star ($25,000+)
Four Star ($15,000+)
Three Star ($10,000+)
Two Star ($5,000+)
One Star ($2,500+)
Corporate Leadership Partner ($1,000-$2,000)
Corporate Sponsor of Community Events ($500)
To learn more about major sponsorship opportunities please contact our President and CEO, Pat Daly, at 703-777-1880.
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