Sponsors & Partners
PTA's sponsors play an important role in supporting the work PTA does for children. Show your support and please visit our sponsor pages to learn more. Interested in sponsoring a PTA Program? Contact Amy Lorenz.
When you work with PTA, your company demonstrates its commitment to improving the life and education of every child. As a Proud Sponsor of PTA, your company aligns itself with a trusted organization with more than 100 years of proven advocacy and action on behalf of all children.
From our bimonthly magazine to dedicated advertising space on our website, there are many opportunities to advertise with National PTA. PTA leaders look to National PTA for innovative products and services to support their PTAs and their families.
Exhibit or Sponsor an Event
National PTA hosts several events each year that gather thousands of PTA leaders from across the country. Don’t miss these unique opportunities to present your products and services to a highly influential and engaged audience.
Partnerships and Alliances
National PTA strives to create meaningful partnerships and alliances to further family engagement, improve student success, and share relevant resources.
National PTA Sponsors
AXA Equitable is one of the nation’s largest corporate providers of scholarships.
The Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation brings together over 250 retailers, food and beverage manufacturers, restaurants, sporting goods and insurance companies, a professional sports organization, NGOs, trade associations, and the U.S. Army aimed at doing their part to help families and schools reduce obesity, especially childhood obesity.
LifeLock, an identity theft company, is working with National PTA to help families create an open, evolving conversation about digital technology’s role in our everyday lives, and empower them to make more positive, safer decisions.
Trusted nationally. Represented locally. Lifetouch serves the photographic needs of children and families across North America, in schools, studios and houses of worship.
Since Target opened its doors in 1962, it has given back 5% of its income to local communities.