Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors. To discuss sponsorship opportunities and sponsor benefits, please call or email museum director Lindsay Houpt-Varner.

2023 Sponsorship Opportunities at Rokeby Museum

2023 Buildings & Grounds Sponsor — $10,000
Support Rokeby Museum’s ongoing preservation efforts. Thanks to a generous donation from PC Construction in 2022, Rokeby has a new collections storage space. In 2023, the museum is fundraising to finish the building and make it ready for the museum’s historic artifacts.

2023 Seasonal Exhibit Sponsor — $5,000 (available)
Behind the Scenes: Sharing Stories that Inspire Rokeby Museum is a place that inspires visitors with the Robinson family’s history of Anti-slavery Advocacy, Art, and Agriculture. This year’s seasonal exhibition features objects and stories that inspire our volunteers and the work they do at Rokeby to continue the legacy of the Robinson family.

Exhibition open: June 24 – October 14

2023 Education Sponsor — $3,000 (fulfilled!)
Thank you to Ted and Mary Sapoznik for your support!

History is the key to understanding our present and our youth education programs will incorporate the stories of four generations of the Robinson family into conversations surrounding race, social justice, conservation, and literacy. Your sponsorship enables Rokeby Museum to offer free and low-cost youth programming.

Spring Fundraiser — $4,000 (available)
Rokeby Museum is launching a new spring fundraiser on May 25th. The event includes music by Paul Ashbell and Bob Stannard, food, and a silent auction.

2023 Pie & Ice Cream Social Sponsor — $2,500 (2 available)
The Museum’s annual Pie & Ice Cream Social is a community favorite! Yards and yards of homemade pies, ice cream, live music, and raffles – a perfect summer afternoon, and a delicious way to support the Museum.

Spirits of Rokeby Sponsor — $2,000 (2 available)
Spirits of Rokeby is back in 2023! On Halloween weekend, the historic Robinson house hosts a staged reading of seances drawn from the Museum’s collection and experienced by the Robinsons. This participatory dramatization allows you to witness what an actual seance was like 180 years ago. Become a sponsor of this one-a-kind event.

Your support makes Rokeby’s work possible. Thank you!