Sponsorship Opportunities

CH Dad Richard Weitz and his daughter Demi ‘21 will host this exciting virtual event featuring musical performances, surprise guests, and more! Richard and Demi have produced more than two dozen Zoom concerts that have raised over $11.5 million for timely and important charitable causes.

All proceeds from CH x QUARANTUNES will benefit Campbell Hall PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS.

For over a decade, Campbell Hall has partnered with local public schools and nonprofit organizations to provide unique educational opportunities and college access resources to students who might not otherwise receive them. These potentially life-changing programs are decidedly mission-driven and are a manifestation of CH’s commitment to “decent, loving, and responsible” citizenship. 

Although Campbell Hall’s resources are strained by pandemic response, we must continue our important work in the community and do what we can to reduce educational inequities. We hope you will join us by becoming a CH x QUARANTUNES SPONSOR.

Not only will your gift benefit CH’s PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS, your early leadership will help build momentum ahead of the event and will inspire others to be generous.

CH x QUARANTUNES SPONSORSHIP contributions are 100% tax-deductible. Sponsorship pledges are payable by December 31, 2020. 

For more information, please contact Kurt Johnson, Director of Advancement, at johnsok@campbellhall.org or 562.484.8058 (cell).
Sponsors will be acknowledged during CH x QUARANTUNES and in the 2020-21 Campbell Hall Annual Report. Campbell Hall will recognize sponsorship gifts and pledges at the following levels:












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