Partnership opportunities for corporate, government, and foundation funders
The work we do around the world is made possible by a wide range of supporters including foundations, corporations, and government bodies. The visionary commitment of these institutional donors has facilitated pioneering partnerships between World Monuments Fund and diverse collaborators, enabling cultural heritage to be preserved across a broad spectrum of communities worldwide.
We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of institutional donors and sponsors, whose support has made possible a major part of WMF’s success since our founding in 1965.
Working inclusively, we develop conservation plans that are in keeping with the best interests of the sites and the communities around them. Institutional partners enjoy the benefits of a sustained collaboration that supports their goals, while strengthening the quality of life in local communities, building local capacity, and supporting local economies.
We invite prospective institutional partners to contact us to explore how a partnership will help achieve your own institutional goals.
Featured Institutional Partners
- American Express
- Annenberg Foundation
- Banamex Foundation
- The Estate of Paul Mellon
- The Estate of Robert W. Wilson
- Friends of Heritage Preservation
- Niarchos Foundation
- Tiffany & Co. Foundation
- U.S. State Department’s Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation
WMF’s Reach Helps Deliver Your Message
WMF offers unique opportunities to extend your company and brand to a wide variety of audiences worldwide, helping you connect with enthusiastic supporters of cultural heritage, architecture, history, sustainability, and travel. Contact us to discuss custom sponsorship opportunities which will allow your company’s message and brand to reach targeted audiences in geographic regions and countries that are important to your business.
Foundation and Government Grants
Foundation and government grants provide essential support for specific WMF projects and programs, or for general operating support. WMF activities supported by grants have included but are not limited to:
- The World Monuments Watch, supported by American Express
- World Monuments Fund / Knoll Modernism Prize, supported by Knoll
- Phnom Bakheng (Angkor Archaeological Park), Cambodia, supported by the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation
Please contact us for more information about institutional grants.
For further information about institutional partnerships with WMF:
Director of Development
World Monuments Fund
350 5th Avenue, Suite 2412
New York, NY 10118