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CO-SPONSOR, WEBSITE SPONSOR, MEDIA SPONSOR, PRINTING SPONSOR, PRIVATE SPONSORS

ARE YOU READY TO BECOME A SPONSOR?




Greeting Cards
1 Sponsor
Cost $250
Qty # 500
(Full Color Logo)

Enjoy the gift of giving and celebrate healthier lives for children when you sponsor these greeting cards that will be sold and funds will go towards “Laverne Palmer Scholarships fund” for young people.

T-Shirts
4-6 Sponsors




Cost $250
Qty # 50
(One Color Logo)

What a perfect way to contribute to children’s lives and show the world that you care by displaying your logo on these shirts that will be sold and funds will go towards “Laverne Palmer Scholarships fund” for young people.



Postcards / Mugs
4-6 Sponsors
Cost $250
Qty # 5,000
(Full Color Logo)

We’re in constant need of having to share with our community our ongoing projects such as the “Laverne Palmer Scholarships fund” for our young people. This will be a wonderful opportunity to show that you care.






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