Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center was founded in 2004 with a vision of strengthening the cultural, social and economic vitality of the tri-state region by making the arts accessible and affordable to everyone. Since its foundation, the school – and the facility that houses it, the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center – have established a strong track record of promoting excellence in arts education, creation and presentation.

Part of the success of this mission has involved numerous partnerships with the private sector, which has seen the value of the center’s arts outreach and has made a commitment to support it. We are grateful for this support, and are always looking for new partners to help expand the opportunities Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center is able to provide.

Your sponsorship dollars enable Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center to create new educational experiences for students and the community. The also help schedule more diverse performance offerings that may not be covered by ticket sales alone.

However, the center also values the commitment of time that numerous individuals have made over the past few years. This commitment has been critical to the success of the center’s mission. Whether volunteering to serve as an usher at a performance, or assisting with an event at the school, you can play a vital part in our arts outreach program.

Here are just a few of the ways you can support Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center:

Corporate Sponsorship

By partnering with Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center, your company or organization can reach thousands of audience members from across the tri-state region. Sponsorships are available at all levels for individual shows, series or seasons. Benefits can include naming rights, press acknowledgment, program advertisement, lobby signage, complimentary tickets and more!

Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, and a portion of your contribution is tax deductible.

For more information about corporate sponsorship, please contact Mark Elder at

Save A Seat

“Leave your mark on Lincoln Park” — by commemoratively purchasing one of the 750 seats in our mainstage theater.

For a $250 tax-deductible donation, a brass plaque with two lines of text will be mounted to the arm of each chair you purchase, memorializing your gift to the Center.

Please note: purchase price of seat does not include admission to individual events and performances or guarantee reserved seating. Location of seats purchased is at the discretion of Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center.

Availability is limited. For more information about the Save A Seat program, please contact

Download the Save-A-Seat application.


The Education Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC) enables companies doing business in Pennsylvania to support an authorized Education Improvement Organization like Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center.

Companies contributing under the EITC program receive tax credits equal to 75% of the contribution (up to a maximum of $200,000 per taxable year), and up to 90% of the contribution if the business agrees to provide the same amount for two consecutive tax years.

To learn how your company can  offer support through the EITC program, please contact Mark Elder at

Learn more about the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.


Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School is dedicated to providing student-centered service in a professional and compassionate manner. The school utilizes a highly-trained and committed staff, which includes a number of professional artists. Students at LPPACS benefit from individualized educational strategies, tailored to each student's needs, interests and abilities, and designed to empower every student to succeed.

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