Sponsorship Options

Thank you for choosing to participate as a sponsor of Barristers’ Ball 2019. Your donation will help support the Barristers’ Ball Scholarship awards, which will be presented by Dean Lawrence Ponoroff at this year’s event. All donations and sponsorship commitments are tax-deductible.  Please review each of our sponsorship opportunities below.

Thank you for your generous support!

DIAMOND SPONSOR $2,000

  • Recognition on all Barristers’ Ball printed materials, promotions, and event website.
  • Donor name featured in continuous slideshow displayed during the event.
  • Special acknowledgement during scholarship presentation.
  • One table named after donor (seats 8) at the event.
  • Four tickets to the event.
  • Option to provide promotional items to guests at event.
  • Option to have two $1000 scholarships named after donor.

PLATINUM SPONSOR $1,000

  • Recognition on Barristers’ Ball event website.
  • Donor name in continuous slideshow displayed during the event
  • Special acknowledgement during the scholarship presentation
  • One table named after donor (seats 8) at the event.
  • Two tickets to the event.
  • Option to provide promotional items to guests at event.
  • Option to have one $1000 scholarship named after donor.

GOLD SPONSOR $500

  • Recognition on Barristers’ Ball event website.
  • Donor name featured in continuous slideshow displayed during the event.
  • One table named after donor (seats 8) at the event.
  • Two tickets to the event.

SILVER SPONSOR $250

  • Special thank-you in event program.
  • Donor name featured in continuous slideshow displayed during the event.
  • One table named after donor (seats 8) at the event.

BRONZE SPONSOR $150

  • Special thank-you in event program.
  • Donor name featured in continuous slideshow displayed during the event.

OTHER DONATIONS

  • Special thank-you in event program.

 

If you have any questions about, or are interested in sponsorship for this year’s event, please contact Barristers’ Ball Chair Katy Balli or Fundraising Chair Emily Sosolik.