The growth and survival of The Washington Ballet is not possible without the generous and continued support of family, public and private foundations. Many foundation gifts allow The Washington Ballet to "keep the lights on" through general operating support. Other foundation support underwrites the cost of specific needs and programs including costumes, faculty positions, national and international touring, new ballet productions, education and community engagement programs and scholarships and financial assistance for qualified students of The Washington School of Ballet.
To learn more about foundation giving, please contact Cristina Pardo, Manager of Institutional Giving, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The William S. Abell Foundation, The Anthony Lucas Spindletop Foundation, The Curtis and Edith Munson Foundation, Dallas Morse Coors Foundation for the Performing Arts, The Dimick Foundation, Embassy of Colombia, Embassy of Mexico, Foundation for Building Bridges Across the River, Heisley Family Foundation, Howard and Geraldine Polinger Family Foundation, International Humanities, Inc., Jerome Robbins Foundation, Jewish Confederation of Cleveland, John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation, The Kiplinger Foundation, The Lois and Richard England Family Foundation, Macy's Foundation, The Marion and Robert Rosenthal Family Foundation, Marshall B. Coyne Foundation, Inc., Max and Victoria Drefus Foundation, MetLife Foundation, Mexican Cultural Institute, Morningstar Foundation, Newmyer Family Fund,Public Welfare Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, S&R Foundation, Shadywood Foundation, The Share Fund, The Shubert Foundation, Sitar Arts Center, SunDial Foundation, Inc., SunTrust Bank, The Cornelius N. Bliss Memorial Foundation, The Harman Family Foundation, The Kiplinger Foundation, The Laurel Fund for the Performing Arts, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, The Philip L. Graham Fund, The William J. O’Neill Foundation, The Wes and Betty Foster Foundation.