Inaugural STEP UP! Walk to End Homelessness 5K

Sponsorship Opportunities

Interested in sponsoring this event?  Please contact us at info@homeaidsd.org. 

 

PRESENTING SPONSOR ($20,000) – SOLD AvalonBay Communities

  • Brand mention in all Event marketing materials to include Walk Event registration website, E-blasts, banners/signage, press releases, HASD website (for 1 year) and Social Media
  • Mention during announcements at the Event
  • Speaking opportunity at Event
  • Cross-promotional mention in NAIOP promotions to membership
  • 20 adult Event registration entries
  • 10×10 Booth space to highlight organization
  • Branded materials distributed at Event in participant Event bags

PREMIER Sponsor ($10,000) – SOLD 
C&S Companies  

  • Brand mention in all Event marketing materials to include Walk Event registration website, E-blasts, banners/signage, press releases, HASD website (for 1 year) and Social Media
  • Mention during announcements at the Event
  • Speaking opportunity at Event
  • Cross-promotional mention in NAIOP promotion to membership
  • 10 adult Event registration entries
  • 10×10 Booth space to highlight organization
  • Branded materials distributed at Event in participant Event bags

EVERY STEP COUNTSSponsor (2 @ $5,000) SOLD

  • Brand mention on Walk Event registration site, press releases, HASD website (for 1 year) and Social Media
  • Brand mention on Event signage along the Walk Course
  • 5 adult Event registration entries
  • Branded materials distributed at Event in participant Event bags

STEP UPSponsor (2 @ $2,500) SOLD

  • Brand mention on Walk Event signage
  • Brand mention on Event signage along the Walk Course
  • 5 adult Event registration entries
  • Branded materials distributed at Event in participant Event bags

REFUEL STATION Sponsor (1 @ $1,500) @ Pavilion Area SOLD

  • Brand mention on signage for the Refueling and water Stations during the event
  • Branding on HASD website and Walk Event registration site
  • Branded materials distributed at Event in participant Event bags
  • 5 adult Event registration entries

SAN DIEGO HOMELESSNESS DISPLAY Sponsor (5 @ $1,000) 2 left

  • Brand mention on signage for the display depicting the over 8,000 homeless people in San Diego county
  • Brand mention on the HASD website, Walk Event registration site, Social Media, and during the Event by the announcer 
  • Branded materials distributed at Event in participant event bags
  • 3 adult Event registration entries

QUARTER MILE Sponsor (12 @ $750) – 10 left

  • Brand mention on the quarter marker signs that provide stats about homeless issues in San Diego, and solutions offered by HomeAid San Diego and their partner homeless Service Providers
  • Brand mention on the HASD Website, Social Media and on Walk Event registration site
  • Branded materials distributed at Event in participant Event bags
  • 2 adult Entry registration entries

EVENT SIGNAGE Sponsor (14 @ $500) – 13 left

  • Brand mention at the Event, Social Media postings, and E-blasts
  • Branded materials distributed at event in participant Event bags
  • Connection with a homeless service provider at the Walk event – table
  • 2 adult Entry registration entries

FRIENDS OF HOMEAID SAN DIEGO Sponsor (20 @ $300) – 20 left

  • Brand mention on the HASD website, Walk Event registration site, and at the Event on signage
  • Branded materials in participant Event bags
  • 1 adult Event registration entry

WHY SUPPORT THIS EVENT?

Join HomeAid San Diego, in partnership with commercial real estate and NAIOP, at our inaugural STEP UP! Walk to End Homelessness on October 27, 2019 at scenic Mission Bay.  Learn more about the homeless issues affecting San Diego County, what’s being done to alleviate these issues, and how YOU can provide a helping hand.

Families, companies and teams are welcome to participate!

WHY SUPPORT THIS EVENT?

Join HomeAid San Diego, in partnership with commercial real estate and NAIOP, at our inaugural STEP UP! Walk to End Homelessness on October 27, 2019 at scenic Mission Bay.  Learn more about the homeless issues affecting San Diego County, what’s being done to alleviate these issues, and how YOU can provide a helping hand.

Families, companies and teams are welcome to participate!

Getting to Know HomeAid San Diego

Mission

“Building new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.”

Through the generosity of commercial real estate professionals, builders, their trade partners, and our donors and supporters, HomeAid San Diego builds multi-unit housing for the homeless in partnership with charities such as Promises2Kids, Catholic Charities, Interfaith Community Services, Home Start, Inc.,Casa de Amparo, Serving Seniors, North County Lifeline and others who own and operate the shelters.  These charities provide social services that enable residents to move beyond their temporary homeless situation to become self-sufficient.

Who We Are

Established in 2002, HomeAid San Diego is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to building multi-unit housing for San Diego’s temporarily homeless men, women and children. The organization is supported by an alliance of local and national building and commercial real estate industry organizations and companies.

Under the leadership of Builder Captains, HomeAid San Diego develops projects with the support of trade partners and volunteers. Once they are completed, professional service providers take up the baton by providing services that help residents regain strength and purpose in a safe environment.

Who We Serve

Unlike any time in America’s history, today’s homeless are primarily women, children, and families. Contrary to popular belief, the majority of today’s homeless are not the people seen on the street – They are the “Invisible Homeless” who are without a place to live due to unforeseen life circumstances. They are parents who had to choose between paying the rent or paying for a daughter’s medicine;  they are mothers who removed their children from abusive fathers;  they are parents who lost their job because a manufacturer closed a plant; they are pregnant teens who were thrown out by angry parents; they are emancipated foster youth without a place to live or a means of support;  they are senior citizens and veterans who no longer have a family to care for them; they are abused children removed from their homes for their safety; they are veterans returning from recent wars.

Getting to Know NAIOP

NAIOP San Diego is dedicated to commercial/industrial/mixed use/retail real estate and continues to represent the real estate industry with strong legislative representation and great networking opportunities, educational programs, and mixers which brings the industry together for exclusive networking and experience exchange with their peers. NAIOP-San Diego literally represents a “who’s who” in commercial/mixed use/retail and industrial real estate.

The 750+ local membership includes owners, real estate developers, investors, asset managers, consultants, and brokers who create the built environment we all work, shop, and recreate in. NAIOP members build and maintain the structures that house JOBS, the lifeblood of our economic vitality and quality of life. In essence, whatever may occur in the commercial/industrial real estate industry, NAIOP is on top of it to advise, educate and advocate.

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