We get by with a little help from our friends.
Our annual corporate partners help us focus on programming and opportunities for international artists in all of our regions.
The Walton Family Foundation is, at its core, a family-led foundation. Three generations of the descendants of their founders, Sam and Helen Walton, and their spouses, work together to lead the foundation and create access to opportunity for people and communities. They believe the best ideas can come from anywhere, so they stay open to new thinking from all over. And they partner with those who are closest to the problem because they’re usually closest to the solution.
Walton Family Foundation work in three areas: improving K-12 education, protecting rivers and oceans and the communities they support, and investing in our home region of Northwest Arkansas and the Arkansas-Mississippi Delta.
In 2018, the foundation awarded more than $595 million in grants. Their headquarters are in Bentonville, Arkansas, with offices in Washington, D.C.; Jersey City, New Jersey; and Denver, Colorado.
ALL ATX is an Austin music education based 501(c)(3) nonprofit that, in addition to its education outreach, provides exposure and training to Austin-area developing musicians through an annual live performance concert and a related musical album compilation. In addition to featuring these musicians on the compilation and at the concert, it raises money for Austin's music charities who aid musicians in the areas of healthcare and income support.
Currently, ALL ATX benefits the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM), The SIMS Foundation, Austin Music Foundation (AMF) and Black Fret. Through supporting these organizations, ALL ATX is striving to make Austin the place that provides professional musicians with the resources needed to not only succeed at their craft, but to also maintain a healthy livelihood. ALL ATX helps Austin musicians with education and affordability solutions so that Austin continues to be “The Live Music Capital of the World.”
Tyson Foods has built their name on providing generations of families with wholesome, great-tasting chicken. But today’s Tyson Foods is so much more. As values and behaviors around food have changed, so has Tyson. Today, they're innovators uniquely positioned to reshape what it means to feed our world. Today, Tyson not only has the fastest growing portfolio of protein-centric brands, they offer greater transparency into everything they do. The story of Tyson Foods is rooted in hard work, humility and purpose. Tyson's purpose is to feed a growing world and continually raise expectations for how much good food can do.
Tyson is passionate about food. They believe food is more than sustenance, it’s a vehicle for good. As Tyson continues to grow, they're embracing corporate responsibility to drive positive change, solve problems, and make the world a little better every day.
Tyson is committed to the communities they live and work in. They not only partner with local hunger relief organizations to help people in need, also invest in community projects through a unique grant program. And when disaster strikes, we’re prepared to respond quickly with a fleet of mobile kitchens and resources to help an entire community.
Tacodeli opened in Austin in 1999, but their story began long before in Mexico City. That’s where founder Roberto grew up and first fell in love with the magical flavors of the taqueria. Years later, his childhood memories mixed with Austin’s friendly vibes to inspire Tacodeli’s food and the way we share it. The result is a big, ambitious menu, prepared by hand every day. A healthy obsession with both the quality of their ingredients and the quality of their lives. And a merging of flavors from both sides of their heritage to create something all its own. Tacodeli extends a warm welcome to anyone who’s hungry for something different.
From the farm to the kitchen to the table it’s the people that make the difference at Tacodeli. We’re powered by our people that serve and the people we serve.