Our Sponsors’ commitment to the success of this event truly speaks volumes for their commitment to the Atlanta Arts community. We appreciate these fine folks, and hope you will support them as they are supporting you.
It’s not too late to secure a sponsorship role for the 2017 Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival. We invite sponsors who support the arts and environment to participate at various levels. We understand the current economic challenges and allow combining direct financial support with in-kind services.
Partnerships support Artists!
A portion of this festival will benefit the new scholarship program being administered by the Georgia Foundation for Public Spaces, a 501(c)(3) organization supporting artists in need. As one of the fundraising components for Georgia Foundation for Public Spaces, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to building a stronger arts community. The GFPS provides scholarships for artists to help them with their artistic career. Additionally, funds will be provided to Georgia Lawyers for the Arts.
FOR PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Supporting the arts helps your business and community.
Supporting AFFPS art festivals helps you reach thousands of potential clients.
If you would like to participate in one of our events, please contact:
Randall Fox/ Founder – Director of AFFPS
We will guide you through the simple process to welcome you and your staff and make your experience worthwhile.
We will provide a tent, table and chairs at the event.
Our team of specialists at The Event Shop will provide expert service to prepare your agreement.
We appreciate your investment!
Sponsors / Partners
Thank you for your generous support! Without you, this event would not be possible.
Visitors, please patronize these fine establishments!
Sponsorships support Artists!
This event will benefit select local artists who will be the recipient of a scholarship presented by
the Georgia Foundation for Public Spaces. Artists need your help. ALSO benefiting Livable Buckhead,
an organization dedicated to securing and maintaining greenspace in the Buckhead community.