Help us strengthen regional leadership within the Baltimore County community.
Your investment in Leadership Baltimore County strengthens our community leadership program and increases scholarship-based tuition assistance for participants otherwise unable to participate. Your contributions ensure we are able to inspire leaders across all sectors and industries. You can help impact the region for years to come!
Ways to Invest:
Become an Annual Corporate Partner
This investment opportunity provides the highest level of corporate recognition for an entire twelve month period. Showcase your corporate responsibility by helping us advance the Baltimore County community. We have three separate levels from which you can choose or we can create a custom package to meet your specific corporate interests and objectives.
Sponsor Individual Events or Sessions
Companies can gain recognition by supporting specific initiatives such as our Opening Retreat, Health Care Day, Leader Luncheons or our biggest event of the year: our commencement celebration.
Contribute to Our Scholarship Fund
LBC has designated a special scholarship fund in honor of Elayne Hettleman, LBC’s founder and CEO of 30 years. This fund enables nonprofits and very small businesses to participate in LBC. A special Emerald Society was established to honor Elayne and our 35th Anniversary. A gift of $3,500 or more ensures your inclusion in the Society, or you can donate an amount of your choosing. Help make sure all voices are at the table!
You can make your donation for any of the above, or a general unrestricted donation to LBC, on our donation page.
You can also help us out by volunteering for a committee or board position.
We are most grateful for the following generous investors who have demonstrated both their corporate leadership and commitment to our community by investing in LBC.
Annual Corporate Partners:
Event and Leader Learning Day Sponsors:
To learn more about investing in LBC, please complete the form below and we will be in touch with you.
After participating in this program, I clearly saw both the benefits to the participants as well as the greater community. Building a strong network throughout our community supports a diversified workforce and brings insight into issues that impact us as we do our jobs. This experience provided an understanding of how those decisions impact our community. One of the experiences that most influenced me was the Public Safety Day. It was truly one of the eye-opening experiences that made me appreciate the value Leadership Baltimore County provides to organizations in our community.
Vickie Cosby, Lifetime LBC Member
Class of 2016