Secure Funding For Events.

Online Event Sponsorship Classes

MONDAYS

Become A Successful Sponsorship Seeker & Sponsor

Learn how successful sponsorship works, what information goes in successful sponsorship proposals and more!

Introduction To Securing Sponsors l

Introduction To Securing Sponsors ll

Communicate With Sponsors

Sell To Sponsors l – Sponsorship Fee & Categories

Sell To Sponsors ll – Write A Successful Sponsorship Proposal

Steps To Planning A Sponsored-Event (Offline Event)

Classes taught by Roberta Vigilance, Event Sponsorship Author & Consultant

FUN QUIZ

A sponsor is a/an :

a. Donor

b. Investor

c. Supporter

c. None of the Above

Event sponsorship proposals must include:

a. 501(c)3 Status

b. 501(c)3 Letter

c. Previous Sponsored-Events

d. None of the Above

Who Should Attend Classes?

  • Event Professionals
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Business Owners
  • Organizations
  • Professionals
  • Musicians
  • Club Owners
  • School Students
  • Nonprofits
  • Worship Centers
  • Authors
  • Sponsors (spot successful sponsorships easily) 
  • Other Professionals

..Hi Roberta, I enjoyed your presentation and the discussion where a young poet, musicians, dancer, and program manager and policewoman came out with newfound enthusiasm for finding sponsors and better organizers

Marcia Kresge, Program Coordinator & Yoga Instructor

It’s always great to have business related programs in lower income communities that lack this type of education and we look forward to having more workshops like that here again

R. Sinclair, Brooklyn Public Library, Saratoga Branch Librarian

The workshop was useful.  You covered everything on the agenda.  It’s very helpful to have a resume with specific work experience to forward to team members and get them to commit their time.  thanks.

Devika Porayath

I thought the workshop was informative and helpful.  I would definitely recommend it.

Felicia Moley

I was able to get on your call yesterday! Great Stuff.

Lytoya Parker

Thanks for your presentation, Roberta! I think people definitely found it helpful.

Ethany Uttech, Community Initiatives Specialist