As a corporate investor, your contribution showcases your company’s commitment to the underserved youth in our community who are working to achieve their dreams of a college degree.
Making Waves Foundation invites local corporations to support our college success program, CAP, through annual donations, event sponsorships, or through the establishment of a named scholarship.
CAP’s goal is simple yet profound: help low-income and first-generation students earn a college degree without taking on crippling student loans. Making Waves Foundation’s college success program, CAP, is coaching nearly 700 college students. Each student receives one-on-one coaching, financial literacy training, professional development, and need-based scholarships throughout their college experience—working to help them graduate college with as close to zero-debt as possible.
To learn more, please contact Chief Advancement Officer Darcy Deming at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities:
CAP Graduation Gala
June 26, 2020
A joyous evening celebrating CAP students who have graduated from college. This year we will be celebrating the largest ever number of college graduates from the CAP program! Celebrate this milestone and support our CAP program through one of the following sponsorship levels:
- Principal Sponsor: $10,000
- Lead Sponsor: $5,000
- Event Sponsor: $2,500
All sponsorships will support CAP’s high-impact coaching and need-based scholarships. As an appreciation of your company’s support, we offer broad recognition at the event through event signage and program as well as complimentary tickets to the event where your executives will sit with CAP graduates and engage in meaningful conversation about their inspirational journeys.
College Success Institute
Theory to Action: Empowering Students to College and Career Success
Oakland Marriott City Center
Professionals from across the nation will come together at CAP’s College Success Institute (CSI) to discuss how to increase the college graduation rate of low-income and first-generation students. This year’s keynote speaker is Anthony Abraham Jack, a renowned author, speaker, and assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Support CSI through one of the following sponsorship levels:
- Principal Sponsor: $50,000
- Lead Sponsor: $25,000
- Event Sponsor: $10,000
- Networking Reception: $7,500
- Opening-Day Lunch: $5,000
As an appreciation of your company’s support, we offer broad recognition at the event through event signage and program as well as complimentary tickets to CSI and sponsor ribbons on name badges.
In addition to the recognition listed above, Principal Sponsors have the opportunity to have their logo on the print invitation. In order to place your logo on the printed invitation, please let us know if you are interested in becoming a Principal Sponsor by April 2021.
To participate, please contact Chief Advancement Officer Darcy Deming at email@example.com for more information..
In addition to the recognition listed above, Principal Sponsors are invited to speak at the opening session about their company’s commitment to the community and will have a reserved table at all sessions.
To participate or if you have any questions, please contact Chief Advancement Officer Darcy Deming at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.