Business Partnership

The support of local businesses helps Hitchcock to build stronger communities. Business gifts in any amount are welcome and needed to support our mission.

Business Partnerships provide a network of support for bringing more low-cost and free programs to our community. Thanks to our local Business Partners, Hitchcock is expanding our service area to geographically underserved communities, and strengthening our community’s commitment to education for a healthy planet.

Our new Sustainability Series Sponsors are helping to launch our inaugural series of community programs, building tours, lectures, presentations and symposiums centered on our new “living” building.  Our new “living Hitchcock Center is unlike any other environmental education center in New England, uniquely positioning us to make a profound and memorable impact in our region. As we open our doors, we also help to create a nexus of “living” buildings unparalleled anywhere in New England. We will draw increased tourism, visitorship, and participation in the local economy through Hitchcock Center programs.

We invite your business to join us as we enter a new era for our environmental education programs. Your gift gives back to our community by reinforcing a healthier future with hands-on programs that inspire people to become agents of change. Building personal connections to our natural world creates environmentally literate citizens who make forward-thinking decisions about how we work, shop, and live in relation to the life around us.

We give special thanks to our current partners for their commitment to environmental education, literacy and advocacy in our communities. Together we’re promoting new ways of thinking and learning about environmental sustainability.

Opportunities for your business to join Hitchcock’s excellence and leadership in environmental education include: becoming a Sustainability Series Sponsor, providing general Business Partnership support, or underwriting one or more fundraising events — the Salamander Sunday Brunch and/or Battle of the Botanicals.

For more information on how you can connect your business with the Hitchcock Center, including providing in-kind donations of goods or services, please contact Marcus Simon, Development Coordinator: (413) 256-6006 x 104.

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