AFC offers various exciting sponsorship opportunities available across our programs, including our Annual Exhibit (both live and virtual), our annual Artists for Conservation Festival, our Flag Expedition Program, and our ArtistsForConservation.org website. In addition, there are opportunities to support our annual fundraising Gala, and school educational program which is currently offered at the 2013 AFC Festival this fall.
2013 AFC Festival Sponsorship Opportunities
Artists for Conservation is inviting a limited number of value-aligned corporate partners to support the delivery of this important, and inspirational international event. The 2013 Festival will be held from September 28th - October 6th on Grouse Mountain, North Vancouver, BC
In partnering with the AFC Festival, your organization will derive the following value:
- Association with a world-class signature event in Vancouver, with provincial, national and international relevance.
- High-profile visibility to an estimated 25,000 attendees, millions of TV viewers and radio listeners, over 600,000 online and to over 40,000 of Grouse Mountain's members and pass-holders.
- Excellent value-for-adversting-dollar. Approx 4:1 marketing value.
- Goodwill and recognition for community leadership in an international context for supporting a major artistic and environmental awareness and education event for the greater public, in particular youth and student groups.
- Association with an international best-in-class organization and exhibit, with internationally-renowned artists.
There are limited spaces avaliable for sponsorship. If you are a value-aligned business, reserve your corporate sponsorship today.
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Visit the AFC Festival Website to learn more about current sponsors.
For sponsorship inquires, please contact Jeff Whiting directly at 778.340.0748 or firstname.lastname@example.org for detailed information.
Why Sponsor AFC?
As we bear witness to our planet's 6th great extinction in its 3 billion year history of supporting life, a growing body of artists is compelled to tell the story of the diversity that is being lost and the human factors driving it. Humans have celebrated and depicted wildlife for millennia in paintings and sculpture, and today, as even some of the most charismatic species such as lions and tigers are on the brink, art can play a critical role in emotionally connecting the public to nature and driving a change for the better.
Through the annual Artists for Conservation Festival, we immerse attendees in inspiring art and environmental learning experiences to foster appreciation and understanding of the natural world, and to inform of the important role that art and artists can play in supporting this endeavor.