Learn More About Corporate Engagement Opportunities
How can your company support Wide Angle Youth Media?
We make it easy to engage your workplace in the community. Through Corporate Sponsorship opportunities,
workplace giving through United Way, and volunteer opportunities, you can help make a difference in
the lives of young people in Baltimore City today.
1. Become a Sponsor!
Wide Angle offers multiple levels of sponsorships year round to complement the giving priorities of many workplaces. Wide Angle Youth Media also enthusiastically accepts in-kind donations of goods and services – such as professional printing of youth produced images or a media sponsorship to advertise for events. What option works for you?
More details on how a Corporate Sponsorship benefits your organization can be found in our Sponsorship Brochure.
2. Designate Wide Angle Youth Media in your United Way Campaign!
Does your employer participate in United Way giving? Wide Angle Youth Media is a proud partner of the Maryland Charity Campaign, Chesapeake Bay Area Combined Federal Campaign, and Combined Charity Campaign for Baltimore. In fact, we’ll even give your office a complimentary presentation on how designating your contributions to Wide Angle helps young people make media make a difference in Baltimore.
- Maryland Charity Campaign #522276602
- Combined Charity Campaign for Baltimore #4355
Wide Angle Youth Media is always seeking industry professionals as guest artists in our classroom and workplaces as potential field trip opportunities. We also seek volunteer photographers and hands on assistance for events. Have a media skill you’d like to share with our young people? Interested in helping out at our next event?
Fill out our Volunteer Form today!
Interested in learning more? Contact:
Sheila Wells, Development and Communications Director
Past and Present Sponsors Include:
Aerotek, Allegis Group Foundation, Amazon Smile, Appalshop, Inc., The Array Group, Baltimore’s Child, Baltimore Jewish Times, Benevity, Campaign Consultation, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Carma’s Cafe, Citi Foundation, Citypaper, CohnReznick, Constellation Energy, Corporate Office Properties Trust, CSX, Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, eBay Foundation, Education Channel 77, Enterprise Community Investment, Eye Byte Solutions, First & Franklin Presbyterian Church, Full Circle LTD., G1440, Gallegher Evelius & Jones, Global Design Interactive, Goodsearch, Hamel Builders, The Hatcher Group, Heavy Seas Alehouse, Howard Bank, ID Five, John Dean Photography, Johns Hopkins University, Kaiser Permanente, L&H Business Consulting, LLC, Madison Dearborn Partners, Marks, Thomas Architects, Marshfield Associates, Maryland Film Office, Maryland Public Television, Maryland Budget and Tax Policy Institute, Maryland Transit Administration, Mechanical Engineering and Construction, Corp. (MEC2), MedStar Health, Met Life, The M&T Bank Charitable Foundation, Municipal Employees Credit Union of Baltimore, Network for Good, Nickelodeon, NV Salon, People Encouraging People,Pivec Advertising, LTD., PLDA Interiors, Post Typography, PriceWaterHouseCoopers, Producers Video, Radar Redux, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP, Safe Import, LLC, Seawall Development, Share Our Strength, Social Solutions, Special Gathering, LLC, Steamfitters Local Union 420, Storyville Films, Target, TechSoup Global, Tenacity IT, Tesseract Sites, Inc, Towson University, Urbanite, US Bancorp Community Development Corporation, Wells Enterprises, Inc, Wells Fargo, Wexford Science and Technology, WYPR, Youth Empowerment Services, Ziger/Snead Architects