Become a Sponsor or Vendor!
Valley Cultural Foundation offers many ways in which to support our non-profit organization and we offer various philanthropic, support and marketing packages to fit any budget. Our mission is to support live entertainment programs and events in the arts, embracing the diversity of talent, community, business and education. Generous support from our sponsors help us ensure this mission.
Donations are tax deductible under the extent of the law – Valley Cultural Center, dba Valley Cultural Foundation is a registered non-profit 501(c)3 organization with Federal Tax ID# 51-0172702.
We’ve got levels for every budget. Support our events and get your business noticed.
VCF offers a wide variety of sponsor recognition opportunities as listed below. Are you looking for other types of exposure not listed? Just ask, we’re happy to work with you. Call us at: 818-704-1358.
A series of ten free summer concerts at Warner Park, Woodland Hills every Sunday, June through August. This series is the cornerstone of Sunday afternoons in Warner Center and entertains over 80,000 people each and every year. VCF has been producing this flagship series since 1975. Download the Concerts Support Opportunities PDF.
July 4th Extravaganza
This Independence Day celebration has become one of the largest free Fourth of July fireworks shows in Southern California. More than 60,000 people turn out for our birthday party for America, which includes a concert and 18-minute fireworks spectacular.
Saturday night movies are as American as apple pie, and our theatre is as great as they come! Our free outdoor movie series of family films draws an average attendance of 2,500 people to Warner Park on select Saturdays during the summer months of July and August.
Throughout the year, VCF has special fundraising events that have become well-attended favorites in the San Fernando Valley – from our new musical festivals to The Art of Whiskey Tasting Event. Look for more events on our website as they’re announced!
Arts on the Move
Arts on the Move supports the Valley Cultural Foundation’s mission of bringing music and people together in underserved areas of the valley. Our pop-up park art performances showcase amazing artists in neighborhoods across the Valley with the added benefit of introducing emerging artists from our Concerts series or NoHo Summer Concerts series. Download the Arts on the Move Support Opportunities PDF.
Arts on the Move Podcast
Arts on the Move is a bi-weekly streaming podcast with interviews and discussions on hot topics in the performing arts. Our episodes feature special guests, talented emerging artists and musicians, and professionals from the industry. We’ll also cover historical performances and speak with prominent community leaders. On occasion major performers will stop by and talk about their work and artistic contributions. There’s something new to be learned with every episode.
Día de los Muertos
Día de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday celebrated in Mexico and elsewhere associated with the Catholic celebrations of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day, This holiday event involves family and friends gathering to pray for and to remember friends and family members who have died.
What better way to celebrate than in Canoga Park with an estimated 25,000 attendees during the day!
Holiday Arts & Music Festival
Valley Cultural Foundation Presents a Holiday Arts & Music Festival for the first time in Warner Ranch Park on Saturday, December 4, 2021! Support your local artists with an evening filled with food vendors, crafts, Emerging Artist performances, a toy drive, and much more.
Be part of the experience!