2015 NCCA Leadership Exchange & Conference Sponsors

Visit Become a 2015 Sponsor to learn the various ways you can become a part of transforming aging in America as a 2015 NCCA Leadership Exchange and Conference sponsor.

 

PREMIER PLATINUM LEVEL CONFERENCE SPONSORS

Aroha Philanthropies
"Aroha Philanthropies is devoted to the transformative power of the arts and creativity, inspiring vitality in those over 55, joy in children and youth, and humanity in adults with mental illness."
 

 

DSM Nutritional Products
"Royal DSM is a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and materials. By connecting its unique competences in Life Sciences and Materials Sciences, DSM is driving economic prosperity, environmental progress and social advances to create sustainable value for all stakeholders simultaneously."

 

Pabst Charitable Foundation for the Arts
The Pabst Charitable Foundation for the Arts is devoted "to innovative, interdisciplinary, and diverse artists and art forms that will have ongoing impact in communities"

 

SILVER LEVEL CONFERENCE SPONSORS
 

Americans for the Arts

Americans for the Arts "mission it to serve, advance, and lead the network of organizations and individuals who cultivate, promote, sustain, and support the arts in America. Connecting your best ideas and leaders from the arts, communities, and business, together we can work to ensure that every American has access to the transformative power of the arts."

 

DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities
"Our mission is to provide grant funds, programs and educational activities that encourage diverse artistic expressions and learning opportunities, so that all District of Columbia residents and visitors can experience the rich culture of our city."

 

The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation

"The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation is committed to providing and connecting resources to organizations that promote and improve health, education, economic, and cultural opportunities to communities in California and Israel."

 

Grantmakers in the Arts

"Grantmakers in the Arts (GIA) strives to better inform philanthropic practice to effectively address the urgent needs facing artists, arts organizations, and arts educators through conferences, workshops, and webinars; publications including the GIA Reader; research and policy work across the field of philanthropy; and communication tools on our website."

 

IONA Senior Services
"Iona supports people as they experience the challenges and opportunities of aging.  We educate, advocate, and provide community-based services to help people age well and live well."

 

BRONZE LEVEL CONFERENCE SPONSORS

Arts Midwest
Arts Midwest promotes creativity, nurtures cultural leadership, and engages people in meaningful arts experiences, bringing vitality to Midwest communities and enriching people’s lives."

 

Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging
"The Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging is a national leader pursuing innovation in practice and policy to address the important issues of aging through service, research, and advocacy."

 

Cabot Creamery

"Cabot is owned by 1,200 Dairy Farm Families throughout New York & New England. We manage four plants in three states, employing over 1,000 people, who make the best dairy products on the planet."
 

Insurance Administrative Solutions

Mario Garcia Durham 

Matz, Blancato & Associates
 

National Guild for Community Arts Education
"The National Guild for Community Arts Education supports and advances lifelong learning opportunities in the arts. We foster the creation and development of community arts education organizations by providing research and information resources, professional development, networking opportunities, funding, and advocacy on behalf of the field."

 

Phyllis Cohen and Walter Goldstein

 

IN SUPPORT BY: 
 

National Endowment for the Arts"The National Endowment for the Arts is an independent federal agency that funds, promotes, and strengthens the creative capacity of our communities by providing all Americans with diverse opportunities for arts participation."

 

Age-Friendly DC"The District of Columbia launched the Age-Friendly DC Initiative in October 2012 and since that time much has been undertaken to benefit older residents and their caregivers."