The purpose of a partnering process and program is to expand community participation in commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination while recognizing his legacy and relevance today; and to ensure quality standards for various programs, while providing benefits to program participants.
The primary benefit to organizations seeking a partnership with the National Civil Rights Museum’s MLK50 program is the increased exposure for events, through promotion of partner events through the National Civil Rights Museum’s communication channels. Partnering as an MLK50 program, may also enable organizations to secure sponsorships for your program or project. The National Civil Rights Museum does not guarantee any funding, sponsorship or logistics support for partners’ programs or projects.
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Organizations or individuals seeking to present a partnership program under the National Civil Rights Museum’s MLK50 program should submit the following information:
It is recommended that organizations or individuals seeking to partner, should be current members of the National Civil Rights Museum.
The National Civil Rights Museum does not charge a fee to partner for an MLK50 event.
Applications for partner programs should be submitted no less than twelve weeks prior to the program date. Response on partnership approval or denial will be provided four weeks after the application is received.