Sponsors & Friends

We could not present an annual series of high quality performing arts events at the Tassel without the generosity of our Season Sponsors and Friends.

Season Sponsor opportunities are available from $1,000 up through $20,000 depending on the cost of the show, and Season Sponsorships offer a wide range of benefits for the Sponsors, including tax benefits for qualified donors, free show tickets, recognition on large season banners in our lobby, recognition from the stage during your sponsored show, and more.  Season Program Advertising Sponsorships are also available, with three ad sizes at $300, $500, or $750.  For more information on becoming a Season Sponsor or Season Program Advertising Sponsor, call or email the Tassel director today!

Our annual Friends program is intended to improve the Tassel Coordination Council’s ability to book otherwise unaffordable artists.  A Friends donation makes a wonderful gift to yourself or someone else, or can serve as a memorial.  It feels great to give at any level, our Friends can receive tax benefits from their donations, and our current year Friends are listed in each show program for viewing by the audience throughout the season.  Levels of Friend support range from $25 up through $5,000, and donations can be made directly to the Tassel or through the Phelps County Community Foundation.  Contact the Tassel for more information!

Tassel Legacy Campaign

The Tassel Legacy is a group of supporters who pledge to donate $50,000 or more to the Tassel endowment fund at the Phelps County Community Foundation.  Legacy members are highly revered in the community for their strong commitment to the long-term sustainability of the Tassel facility and its programs.  Multi-year direct and/or estate payment options are available.

Current Legacy members include Dr. Robert & Mary Anna Anderson, Gloria Erickson, Bruce & Carol Hendrickson, Mary L. Pearson, Kent & Sylvia Person, “Anonymous”, Dr. Tom & Shirley Smith, Ty & Linda Swan, Bill & Sheila Tringe, and Dr. Stuart & Lynn Embury.