Sponsor for Kids
Your sponsorship could support our free Kids Fest event in April 2024. We’ll celebrate Earth Day with activities and community resources focused on health for the environment, children, and families. The last two years we’ve welcomed 500 attendees at this event from Buncombe County and surrounding areas. Possible activities for this year’s event include children’s yoga, nature adventure play, making music, arts and crafts, a slip and slide, animal discovery, and resource tables.
On Giving Tuesday in December 2024 your sponsorship could unlock community giving to support over 600 early educators across Buncombe County.
What do sponsors get out of it?
Good publicity in a press release, our enewsletter, a blog post, events, and social media (Instagram reels!). And all the community’s gratitude when you support kids and families.
Good publicity in a press release, our enewsletter, a blog post, events, and social media (Instagram reels!).
So what do you do next? Click the sponsorship level on the left to pay for your sponsorship. Or fill out the sponsorship invitation form and email it to email@example.com. We can email you an invoice if needed. Thanks for your support for healthy kids and families!
Here’s to kids!
ps We’re always looking for gift certificates and cool items to use in giveaways too. There are as many ways to help as we can imagine together.
Prefer to pledge now and pay later?
Contact me at 828.407.2064
“Early learning is just good business. That’s why the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce strongly supports funding early childhood education as ‘key economic infrastructure’ for workforce preparation.”
“Access to quality early care and education is fundamental for the growth and development of children—and for families to be able to contribute to the workforce. Successful children and working families are needed for a thriving community! Buncombe Partnership for Children is part of the statewide Smart Start system that works with child care providers and other partners to invest in the future of Buncombe’s youngest children and their families. Their work is vital!”