Business partners enjoy year-long access to marketing and employee engagement opportunities. The Business Partners Program connects you to our 130,000 guests, our one million virtual guests, 3,000 Wright Plus Housewalk attendees, 2,500 members and more than 500 active volunteers. All of our business partners are invited to exclusive events at the Trust’s headquarters at The Rookery in downtown Chicago.

We are glad to work with our partners to create a customized benefits package.

Prospective Business Partners:
Call Tom Gull, Director of Development, at 312.994.4010 for further information.

LEADERSHIP - $25,000 and above

RECOGNITION

  • Leadership Level listing on Annual Donor Wall at The Rookery in downtown Chicago
  • Logo, line-credit and live link on Business Partners web page on flwright.org
    (950,000 online visitors annually)
  • Listing in our online Annual Report
  • Listing in the Trust’s publication, Wright Angles: A Dialogue, mailed to 4,000 members and supporters

ENGAGEMENT

  • One Employee Appreciation Day at the Robie House in Hyde Park, including a same-day 20% employee discount at the Robie House Museum Shop †
  • One private, curator-led tour of the Robie House for client entertaining or executive use for up to 15 people †
  • One complimentary rental of the Robie House for client entertaining or executive use for up to 80 people,* with the Trust’s President and CEO available upon request
  • Four complimentary Prairie Society Level Memberships, with reciprocal benefits that include free admission to 14 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed sites across the U.S., including Fallingwater, Taliesin and the Guggenheim Museum
  • Twenty complimentary passes for tours at any of the Trust sites
  • Eight invitations to the Chairman’s Reception, our annual invitation-only Rookery event in downtown Chicago, and invitations to other private events throughout the year.

†Date subject to availability.
*Event and catering fees are the responsibility of the donor.  Because of the historic nature of the spaces, certain usage guidelines must be followed.

PLATINUM - $10,000 and above

RECOGNITION

  • Platinum Level listing on Annual Donor Wall at The Rookery in downtown Chicago
  • Logo, line-credit and live link on Business Partners web page on flwright.org
    (950,000 online visitors annually)
  • Listing in our online Annual Report
  • Listing in the Trust’s publication, Wright Angles: A Dialogue, mailed to 4,000 members and supporters

ENGAGEMENT

  • One Employee Appreciation Day at the Robie House in Hyde Park, including a same-day 20% employee discount at the Robie House Museum Shop †
  • One complimentary rental of the Robie House for client entertaining or executive use for up to 80 people*, with the Trust’s President and CEO available upon request
  • Two complimentary Prairie Society Level Memberships, with reciprocal benefits that include free admission to 14 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed sites across the U.S., including Fallingwater, Taliesin and the Guggenheim Museum
  • Fifteen complimentary passes for tours at any of the Trust sites
  • Six invitations to the Chairman’s Reception, our annual invitation-only Rookery event in downtown Chicago, and invitations to other private events throughout the year.

†Date subject to availability.
*Event and catering fees are the responsibility of the donor.  Because of the historic nature of the spaces, certain usage guidelines must be followed.

GOLD - $5,000 and above

RECOGNITION

  • Gold Level listing on Annual Donor Wall at The Rookery in downtown Chicago
  • Logo, line-credit and live link on Business Partners web page on flwright.org
    (950,000 online visitors annually)
  • Listing in our online Annual Report
  • Listing in the Trust’s publication, Wright Angles: A Dialogue, mailed to 4,000 members and supporters

ENGAGEMENT

  • Four complimentary Individual Memberships, which include free admission to the Trust’s historic sites, discounts on programs and travel, and merchandise discounts
  • Eight complimentary passes for tours at any of the Trust sites
  • Four invitations to the Chairman’s Reception, our annual invitation-only Rookery event in downtown Chicago, and invitations to other private events throughout the year.

*Event and catering fees are the responsibility of the donor.  Because of the historic nature of the spaces, certain usage guidelines must be followed.

SILVER - $2,500 and above

RECOGNITION

  • Silver Level listing on Annual Donor Wall at The Rookery in downtown Chicago
  • Logo, line-credit and live link on Business Partners web page on flwright.org
    (950,000 online visitors annually)
  • Listing in our online Annual Report
  • Listing in the Trust’s publication, Wright Angles: A Dialogue, mailed to 4,000 members and supporters

ENGAGEMENT

  • Two complimentary Individual Memberships, which include free admission to the Trust’s historic sites, discounts on programs and travel, and merchandise discounts
  • Six complimentary passes for tours at any of the Trust sites
  • Two invitations to the Chairman’s Reception, our annual invitation-only Rookery event in downtown Chicago, and invitations to other private events throughout the year.

*Event and catering fees are the responsibility of the donor.  Because of the historic nature of the spaces, certain usage guidelines must be followed.

BRONZE - $1,000 and above

RECOGNITION

  • Bronze Level listing on Annual Donor Wall at The Rookery in downtown Chicago
  • Logo, line-credit and live link on Business Partners web page on flwright.org
    (950,000 online visitors annually)
  • Listing in our online Annual Report
  • Listing in the Trust’s publication, Wright Angles: A Dialogue, mailed to 4,000 members and supporters

ENGAGEMENT

  • One complimentary Individual Membership, which includes free admission to the Trust’s historic sites, discounts on programs and travel, and merchandise discounts
  • Two invitations to the Chairman’s Reception, our annual invitation-only Rookery event in downtown Chicago, and invitations to other private events throughout the year.

*Event and catering fees are the responsibility of the donor. Because of the historic nature of the spaces, certain usage guidelines must be followed.

 

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