Since 1976, the Atlanta Botanical Garden has been connecting people with plants. One of the nation’s leading botanical gardens, the Garden is situated on thirty prime acres in Midtown Atlanta, the city’s cultural epicenter. An “urban oasis” and a recognized cultural destination, the Garden attracts over 500,000 visitors each year and has a membership base of over 45,000 households.
An extraordinary community resource, the Garden is dedicated to developing and maintaining plant collections for display, education, research, conservation, and enjoyment.
Sponsoring an event or exhibition at the Garden provide businesses with increased marketing visibility among a highly desirable and diverse audience, along with the unique opportunity to engage with the Garden’s members and visitors. Sponsorships also offer wonderful employee incentives and client cultivation opportunities, while also demonstrating environmental and cultural leadership.
With stunning horticultural displays, dynamic events, world-class exhibitions and exceptional educational programs, the Garden offers sponsorship opportunities associated with its annual events and exhibitions, including:
Tropical display showcasing gorgeous orchids.
Springtime celebration featuring hundreds of thousands of daffodils, tulips, crocus, and spring annuals.
Gardens for Connoisseurs Tour
Showcases Atlanta’s finest private gardens over Mother’s Day Weekend.
Fresh Tastes with the Garden
Culinary programs that promote healthy eating and cooking in the Edible Garden’s Outdoor Kitchen featuring Atlanta’s top chefs.
Art in the Garden
World-class summer sculpture exhibitions attracting over 200,000 visitors each year.
Concerts in the Garden
Popular summer music series under the stars in Atlanta and Gainesville, Georgia.
Garden of Eden Ball
Highly anticipated annual social event and fundraising gala attracting over 400 community, business, and social leaders.
Garden Lights, Holiday Nights
Dazzling light extravaganza of nearly two million twinkling lights. An Atlanta holiday tradition with over 170,000 visitors from mid-November – early January.
Partnering as a corporate sponsor provides an array of unique and exclusive benefits that include:
- Prominent recognition
- Garden guest passes
- Complimentary exhibition tickets
- Invitations to VIP events
- Membership benefits
- Employee discounts
- Facility rental discounts
- On-site direct marketing & activation opportunities
Benefits vary and may be tailored to meet company needs.
To learn more about sponsorship at the Garden, please contact Rebekka Kuntschik, Senior Development Officer at 404-591-1584 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corporate Partners Program
Designed for your company to enjoy a wide range of opportunities, the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Corporate Partners Program provides a suite of benefits ideal for employee incentives and entertaining clients.
From complimentary guest passes and event tickets, to memberships and rental discounts perfect for a company meeting or event, Corporate Partners enjoy the Garden’s natural beauty, dynamic programs and world-class exhibitions all while demonstrating their commitment to the community.
To learn more about the Corporate Partners Program, please contact Rebekka Kuntschik, Senior Development Officer at 404-591-1584 or email@example.com.
As a non-profit organization, corporate funding provides support for the care of the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s nationally recognized plant collections, as well as vital funds for its engaging educational programs and critical conservation work. Additionally, corporate support is essential to bringing world-class exhibitions to the Garden while sustaining its role as a leading cultural destination and community resource.
A living museum, the Garden is recognized for its stunning horticultural displays as well as collections of rare and endangered plant species not seen anywhere else in the world.
Committed to providing exceptional education programs for visitors of all ages, the Garden offers a variety of engaging lectures, classes and hands-on activities. Each year over 20,000 schoolchildren discover the wonders of the natural world and how plants impact their lives, including over 9,000 underserved children from Title 1 schools.
- Dedicated to preserving our natural heritage, the Garden’s critical conservation work helps protect rare and endangered plants across the Southeast.