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Become a Sponsor

A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR APRIL 2020 SPONSORS

Why Donate or Sponsor

Donations are accepted year round and we are always seeking Sponsorships for our twice yearly fairs as well as our Youth Development & Training program (YDTP).

Your contribution will not only help with the success of the Metro Birmingham Children’s Business Fair, but because of a successful fair, you will be contributing to uplifting our kid entrepreneurs, boost their confidence and sense of pride.  Your cash contribution to Metro Birmingham Children’s Business Fair (a registered 501(c)3 organization) is tax-deductible.

EXECUTIVE LEVEL

Venue Sponsor or Annual $1,000+ Cash donation

Annual cash sponsors will be included in select media and marketing materials for 1 year  regardless of the number of events per year (except venue sponsors will only be included for the event in which they are sponsoring)

Promotional Table Space at the Business Fair
10 Event Baseball Caps or t-shirt
Logo on organizer’s apparel
Logo on Sponsorship Page with Click-Through Link
Placement in our various media ads
Social Media Shout-Outs
Invitation to be one of two guest speakers at our Kick-off event
Invitation to be one of 3 workshop facilitators for our Youth Development & Training Program

Cash sponsors receive above benefits for 1 year regardless of number of events per year (only 10 t-shirts regardless of number of events within a year)

ASSOCIATE SPONSOR – $500

Promotional Table Space at the Business Fair
5 Event Baseball Caps or t-shirts
Logo on Sponsorship Page with Click-Through Link
Social Media Shout-Outs
Invitation to be one of two guest speakers at our Kick-off event
Opportunity to play a role in our Youth Development & Training Program

SUPPORTER SPONSOR – $100

Event Baseball Cap or t-shirt
Social Media Shout-Outs

SPONSOR A KID

You can sponsor a kid’s $22 registration fee here

 $ OF YOUR CHOICE

Past Sponsors

Caputred Impact Photography, Acton School of Business,  District 9 Event Space, Event Rentals Unlimited, Fairfield City Council President Eddie Penny, Boys and Girls Club of Central Alabama (Hueytown), Zaxby’s, A. Bozwell Photography & LockettIn Media, 98.7 KISS FM/WAGG, Alabama Family Connection Magazine, Bessemer Utilities, Brown Hearing and Cooling, Birmingham Business Resource Center, Birmingham City Councilman Steven Hoyt, Birmingham City Councilman Jay Roberson, BRAVE, INC, The Couture Plan (Event Planning),