Corporate and Foundation Partners

Corporate and Foundation Partners

With gratitude, the Columbus Symphony acknowledges all our corporate and foundation supporters. This publication lists names of donors who made gifts, pledges and in-kind donations of $1,000 or more from September 1, 2022 to August 31, 2023.


$150,000 and above



Columbus Symphony League

Above Sound & Lighting
Big Lots Foundation
Cardinal Health
First Financial Bank
Friends of the Columbus Symphony
Safelite AutoGlass
Save the Music Foundation

Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc.
Columbus State Community College
Crane Group
Edward Jones
Giant Eagle Market District
iHeartMedia Columbus
Ingram-White Castle Foundation
Johnstone Fund for New Music
Martha Holden Jennings Foundation
Siemer Family Foundation
State Auto Insurance Companies
The Reinberger Foundation
Thomas R. Gross Family Foundation
TRC Companies, Inc.

Buckeye Health Plan
CK Construction
Datafield Technology Services
Encova Insurance Group
Fifth Third Bank
FLOURISH bespoke
G&J Pepsi
Graves Piano Company
Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP
The Hodge Group
Mount Carmel Health System
The Nth Degree Companies
Orthopedic ONE
Park National Bank
Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, LLP
RMA Strategies, LLC
The Waterworks
The Robert Weiler Company

Clark Schaefer Hackett
Columbus Partnership
Delta Dental
Diamond Cellar
Ernst & Young LLP
The Harry C. Moores Foundation
Honda of America Mfg.
McGohan Brabender
Merrill Lynch
Microsoft Matching Gifts Program
Midwest Trust
Plante Moran
Thompson Hine LLP

Bread Financial
David & Mindy Gross Family Foundation
GFS Chemicals
Grange Insurance
Mater Academy Columbus
Mattlin Foundation
Opulent Events by Tracey
Robin Enterprises Co.
Value City Furniture/Schottenstein Property Group


Government Partners 

The Columbus Symphony gratefully thanks our local, state, and federal government partners and legislative leaders who provided funding to ensure full operations were maintained through the 2021-2022 season.

Greater Columbus Arts Council
Ohio Arts Council CARES Funding
Ohio Arts Economic Relief Grants Program