Broadening Public Access to the Arts
We believe that creativity and the arts are as vital to our community – New York City – and our society as they are to our businesses. Time Warner has taken a leadership position in building future audiences by supporting nonprofit initiatives that broaden arts access. From sponsorship of public performances to supporting important community institutions, Time Warner helps bring the enriching experience of the performing arts to diverse audiences throughout the five boroughs. These include the New York Philharmonic's Free Concerts in the Parks across the city as well as community cornerstones such as Harlem Stage, Pregones Theater and the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM).
Below is a selection of organizations that receive grant funding from Time Warner for initiatives that help broaden public access to the arts.
Brooklyn Academy of Music – Diverse Voices
City Park Foundation – SummerStage Theater
Lincoln Center – White Light Festival
New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks
The Apollo Theater
Passport to Culture
Time Warner also helps to broaden public access to the arts by supporting important cultural institutions throughout New York City. Through our Passport to Culture program, our employees and their guests can visit many of New York City's museums for free or at a reduced rate. Below is a list of the museums we support through this program.
Time Warner Foundation
The Time Warner Foundation is a private, nonprofit foundation that is wholly supported by Time Warner Inc. and its subsidiary companies Home Box Office, Inc., Turner and Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. Its mission is to seek innovative and powerful ways to discover, nurture and celebrate the next generation of storytellers. Through its New Works/New Voices initiative, the Foundation strives to build impactful partnerships with best-in-class nonprofit organizations that push the boundaries of artist development and support underrepresented storytellers. The Foundation's ultimate goal is the cultivation of an artistic community that is rich, vibrant and relevant to audiences of today and tomorrow.
To learn more about the work of the Foundation, go to www.timewarnerfoundation.org.
Time Warner’s Corporate Giving Nondiscrimination Policy
Organizations that engage in discrimination in hiring, compensation, access to training or services, promotion, termination, and/or retirement based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, political affiliation, union membership, or veteran status other than as allowed by law, are not eligible for grants or partnership opportunities.