Thank You Corporate Partners

Thank you to each of our 2021-2022 corporate partners who invested in Providence and engaged with our students and teachers in meaningful ways throughout our academic year. We are grateful for you!

The corporate partnership program at Providence, launched school-wide across the Preschool and Main Campus last year, offers expanded and deeper opportunities for engagement between businesses and our School. This is done through year-round activations in areas that are meaningful to the business owner and their family, while reaching audiences that matter to them. The program offers greater marketing exposure and ROI, and ultimately provides the most support for our students and teachers no matter the programmatic area you choose to financially support.  

We are thrilled to have many Corporate Partners renewing their commitment for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year! We are also excited to welcome new partners and have new corporate giving opportunities aligned with our Stallion Annual Fund, as well as specific programmatic areas, signature events and programs (on a first-come basis), including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Spring Dance Program Presenting Partner
  • Providence Preschool Events and Programs (multiple partnerships available)
  • Spring Band Concert Presenting Partner
  • Theatre Department’s Spring Musical Presenting Partner
  • Grandparents Day Sponsor
  • Homecoming Event Sponsor(s)
  • Stallion Annual Fund Match Partnerships (multiple available)
  • Athletic partnerships
  • Alumni Engagement, Event and Reunion Sponsor(s)
  • And Many More!

To discuss how your company can partner philanthropically with Providence for the 2022-2023 academic year, please contact or 904.223.5270. Corporate giving and associated levels of activation and benefits begin at $500 for digital recognition, with levels of engagement and activation increasing from there. We look forward to working with you to create meaningful programs and partnerships and thank you for your support of Providence students and teachers.