corporate sponsorship information
Growing in attendance every year, The AIDS Council's special events are vibrant, exciting affairs that will bring your company maximum exposure at an affordable investment level. Our signature events include:
Publicity for Sponsors
Sponsors will be introduced to over 6,000 households through our event invitations and are listed in over 1,200 programs handed out at the events and used throughout the year as marketing materials for the AIDS Council. Sponsors also receive prominent placing in all media advertising and publicity. The AIDS Council also receives local media coverage during the events.
Did you know that 78% of adults are more likely to buy a product associated with a cause they care about? The same Cone/Roper survey also found that 62% adults would switch retailers to support a cause they care about and 66% would switch brands! This is your chance to show that your organization cares about the community and expand your customer base at the same time!
Extensive Marketing and Advertising Opportunities
Your company will be listed along with other distinguished organizations within the local business community at the event and through our extensive marketing campaign. Last year, our event sponsors received sponsor acknowledgement in the Times Union, in cable advertising provided by Time Warner Cable, through our Radio Sponsors, and in various print media including Capital Region Living, QNortheast, Metroland, commUNITY, and A&U Magazine (nationally distributed).
Our signature sponsorship packages include special event tickets which make great employee incentives or client/customer appreciation gifts.
Becoming a sponsor is easy! Just fill out out our Sponsorship Form, or contact our Development and Marketing team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 434-4686 Ext. 2428.
The AIDS Council of Northeastern New York is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 1984. Your gift to the AIDS Council is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by current state and federal law.