Your sponsorship will be a valuable and creative public relations tool that will enhance your visibility with more than 75,000 patrons who visit the Museum each year, and strengthen your corporate image with Florida's top government officials. In addition to these promotional opportunities, sponsors will receive the benefits listed at each level as outlined in the sponsor packets below. Also, because the Florida Historic Capitol Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, your gift will be tax deductible to the extent provided by law.
Over time, if your contributions total $5,000 or more, you will be permanently recognized in the Museum on the Historic Capitol Cornerstone Society donor wall.
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Florida Historic Capitol Foundation
Sponsor an Exhibit, Program or Event
Navigating New Worlds: Identity, Perception & Politics in Florida (PDF) - The Florida Historic Capitol Museum is hosting an exclusive new exhibition in 2013 as part of the statewide Viva Florida 500 commemoration of Ponce de Leon's landing in Florida and the following five hundred years of historical transitions. Navigating New Worlds: Identity, Perception, and Politics in Florida will highlight rare and important maps and prints from the Michael W. and Dr. Linda M. Fisher collection. The following program associated with this exhibit also provides interesting sponsorship opportunities.
- Explorers Day at the Historic Capitol, October 12, 2013
This exciting program will allow our visitors to explore the Florida Historic Capitol Museum with Ponce de Leon from the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park or learn how to use an astrolabe, quadrant, or cross-staff with a Sixteenth-century navigator. Special family-friendly activities to be held throughout the day.
Choosing to Participate: The Power of Civic Engagement (PDF) The Museum is hosting an exhibition featuring posters produced by the Smithsonian Institutes Travel Exhibition Service in partnership with Facing History and Ourselves to encourage dialogue, engagement, respect, and participation in our communities. Created primarily for middle and high school students, the exhibit will engage visitors and students on the issues of civic participation and equality and inspire them to create positive social change. Featured artifacts will relate to the civic initiatives of students from across the state of Florida, including both individual and group efforts to understand civic participation and improve the community. Highlighted organizations include the Florida Law Related Education Association, the Lou Frey Institute of Politics and Government at the University of Central Florida, and the Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida.