IWD 2020 Sponsorship

Thank you for your interest in sponsoring International Women’s Day Celebration. Your support plays an important role in this community event so we can continue to provide a safe place for our empowerment gathering.

Please see below for different sponsorship levels and benefits. If you have any questions, please contact Chao Lee, Community Engagement Manager, at chaol@save-dv.org or (510) 574-2250 ext. 106.

Pauli Murray ($50)

Pauli Murray (1910-1985) was one of the women at the front of the Civil Rights Movement, yet we often don’t read about her as extensively as many of the other leaders of the era. She was the first woman to be ordained an Episcopal priest and was also one of the first women to vocalize the intragroup distinctions that complicate—and get sidelined by—even the most progressive of movements, foreshadowing what we now call intersectionality thanks to Kimberlé Crenshaw. She called the intersection of racism and sexism “Jane Crow.”

Sponsorship Benefits:

  • Company name/logo on SAVE’s event page
  • 1 marketing email blasts
  • Special recognition on SAVE’s social media platforms
  • logo ad in digital display

Eloísa Díaz ($100)

One of Latin America’s most inspiring women includes Eloísa Díaz (1866-1950), the Chilean pioneer who became South America’s first female doctor in 1887, a move which solidified Chile’s status as the first country to employ professional women. After qualifying and practising as a doctor, she became a physician and teacher, ultimately ascending to the position of Director of the School Medical Service of Chile. She also founded several nurseries and clinics for the poor, introduced school breakfasts and vaccinations, as well as anti-alcoholism, rickets and TB campaigns.

Sponsorship Benefits:

  • Company name/logo on SAVE’s event page
  • 2 marketing email blasts
  • Special recognition on SAVE’s social media platforms
  • Half-screen ad in digital display

Sarojini Naidu ($250)

Sarojini Naidu (1879-1949), a freedom fighter and poet, was the first Indian woman to be president of the Indian National Congress and to be appointed an Indian state governor. A close friend of Mohandas Gandhi, in 1917 Naidu helped found the Women’s India Association and later played a leading role in the civil disobedience movement in colonial India. Two years before her death, India gained its independence as a sovereign nation, becoming the largest democracy in the world.

Sponsorship Benefits

  • Company name/logo on SAVE’s event page
  • 4 marketing email blasts
  • Special recognition on SAVE’s social media platforms
  • Full-screen ad in digital display

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