There are many reasons to sponsor events and there are many causes and events to get behind. We understand that you have only so much money to donate, but here’s why you should support the Seekers Choice Awards:
1- Proceeds go to charity
Most of the proceeds from this fabulous event go to a fabulous non-profit organization. This year, we chose to support Rachel’s Kids, an organization which seeks to aid impoverished, neglected and abused children as well as numerous education initiatives, including awarding scholarships and building schools. Rachel’s Kids also integrates with other aid organizations in order to improve the lives of children in need both locally and globally.
Visit Rachel’s Kids Website for more information.
2- The rest goes to honouring small businesses, Artists, Athletes and Volunteers in the community
As small business owners, we work hard for very little recognition and volunteers do even more. The true value of small business, self-employment, arts and volunteerism is under rated. At the Seeker, we believe that one night out of the year, excellence achieved in our community by strong individuals, by the mom and pop shops, by the people who don’t usually get the attention, should be noted. Take a look at all the nominees this year and you’ll see what we mean.
3- You get your money BACK! How’s THAT for return on investment?
Yes, you read that right. Most of our sponsorship packages offer the same dollar value in print advertising in the seeker. In other words, if you sponsor for $200, you will get a $200 credit to put ads in the Seeker. The Seeker ads reach your target market! Go ahead and ask. Call any of our advertisers and question them on the success of their campaign… You will see. Advertising with the Seeker makes sense! I am a proud woman. I don’t like asking for help or begging, for myself. But I have no problem begging for a good cause.
It’s a no brainer!
No Amount Is Too Small! To become sponsor or for detailed sponsorship information, visit www.theseeker.ca/become-a-sponsor
“We make a living by what we get,
But we make a life by what we give.”