NAACP Cincinnati Event Sponsorship Opportunities
We have events throughout the year with opportunities for sponsorship by businesses, individuals, and other community organizations. The generous support of our sponsors allows our all-volunteer organization to continue to assist and support those in our community who are addressing societal and systemic injustices through advocacy, engagement, and education.
Here are some of the top sponsorship opportunities:
Interested in becoming a Sponsor?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (513) 281-1900
Freedom Fund Dinner
Held each autumn, the Freedom Fund Dinner is our largest annual fundraiser, where everyday community members come together collectively to support the work and commitment to civil rights and social justice. The event provides an opportunity to celebrate those who have made a difference in the community. It is also a place where we honor the often-unseen work of individuals and organizations with visual and verbal recognition and awards.
From our presenting sponsor (Kroger in 2021) to our Table Sponsors, support for the Freedom Fund Dinner is the foundation of our financial support and an important avenue for our champions across this vibrant community.
The Cincinnati NAACP Golf Outing is a great way to have some fun while giving back. We offer a morning and an afternoon shotgun start, with trophies, prizes, and GO Bags awarded! Register by the person or foursome (including green fees and cart) and contact us to learn about the available sponsorship opportunities for this annual early summer event.
Community Block Party
The NAACP Block Party is a community outreach event that highlights the importance of lifting our collective voices and getting involved with the activities of the organization.
Our Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technology, and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) program is a powerful youth & college-focused instrument to maximize the support of our local community, treating African-American scholastic and cultural achievement with the same respect that we give to heroes. Through the programs we administer, we train, motivate, and reward high school students for excellence in academic and cultural pursuits. This is the local execution of a major program of the national organization, ACT-SO, often referred to as the “Olympics of the Mind”. The local competition showcases the students’ hard work and qualifies winners to compete in the National Competition for prizes and scholarship awards. YOUR support enables us to keep the program robust and be the champion for more of our community’s future leaders.
A networking and fellowship event celebrating women’s leadership success in our community.