Thank you to our Sponsors!

Impromptu Productions – Scott P. Eckley

Senator Brandon Beach

Dr. Mary Jo Wood

Michael Dillon

Autumn Hill Nursery

Rucker Irrigation & Landscape

Mulch Man

All of our Legacy Brick Patrons

Cashin’s Sculpture Garden has been approved for a fiscal sponsorship under the 501(c)3 IRS rules under the C4Atlanta organization. Support and sponsorships may receive a tax letter for the support shown. 

Sponsor Opportunities Available

– Sponsorships & Advertising

– Sculptures, Trails, Rest Areas & Benches

– Naming rights to venue elements

– Events

– Website

– Partnerships – Refreshments, Food

– Benefactors and memberships

– Legacy Walls – one on each side of Sculpture Garden entry area

Legacy bricks on face of wall – each brick may be purchased and name engraved on brick to be built into the walls

Jack Cashin is providing the land and team to develop Cashin’s Sculpture Garden but he needs your help to make the sculpture garden a reality for the benefit of our community. We hope you will consider the sponsorship and advertising opportunities available.

For more information on sponsorship or Advertising Opportunities or to get involved with the sculpture garden please contact Susan Wright (678) 899-0509 or email: wrightsusan277@gmail.com

Click here to download Sculpture Garden Brochure Plus and brick order form

C4Atlanta_mark   ArtsForceC4 Atlanta Inc. is a nonprofit arts service organization whose mission is to connect arts entrepreneurs to the people, skills and tools they need to build a successful artistic career in metro Atlanta. The organization was founded in July 2010 in response to a growing need for business services for Atlanta’s arts community. C4 Atlanta’s initial program offerings are geared toward creating a new foundation of sustainability for arts and culture in the Atlanta region. For more information about the C4 Atlanta contact by email at admin@c4atlanta.org or by phone at 404-WOW-ARTS.


A portion of all proceeds received will be donated to our Charity of Choice


The Drake House provides short-term crisis housing, education and empowerment programs for homeless single mothers and their children in North Fulton. Immediate  housing combined with an empowerment program are designed to provide stability for the children and assist the family in working toward housing self sufficiency.The Drake House  addresses a long-standing need for emergency housing for women and children in the north Fulton community. We offer housing in 1 or 2 bedroom apartments and in-depth assessments to approximately 40-50 families a year. Each family stays approximately 125 days.  These mothers may be unemployed or underemployed and lack sufficient income to meet all the expenses of life in the North Fulton community.Our goal is to create an environment that allows homeless families to:·         Be included in North Fulton community life

·         Enjoy a stabilized, improved quality of life

·         Make increasingly responsible choices

·         Exert greater control over their life circumstances

·         Develop and exercise their competencies and talents

·         Experience personal security and self-respect