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Sponsor an Event

Sponsoring one of our events is a win-win situation for you as a community-minded business.  Your company will receive significant promotional value as a sponsor.  And, you’ll feel good knowing that your marketing dollars are helping to ensure a healthy future for people and the planet.

Sponsorship levels generally range from $500 to $5,000, depending on the event, and each event offers unique promotional benefits. Please contact Tim Page at 541-385-6908 x 13 or email to learn more about the best fit for your market audience and business focus.

Event Sponsorship Opportunities

Sean Easly 4Mountainfilm on Tour

Tower Theatre – Bend
February 24-25, 2017

Two nights of thought-provoking films about mountain people, culture, adventure and conservation from the annual MountainFilm in Telluride film festival come to the big screen in Central Oregon. MountainFilm is dedicated to educating, inspiring and motivating audiences about issues that matter, cultures worth exploring, environments worth preserving, adventures worth pursuing and conversations worth sustaining.

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Earth Day Fair and Parade

The Environmental Center
Kansas Avenue – Bend
April 22, 2017

This community celebration of sustainable living includes live music, local food, activities and games for children, non-profit organizations and green businesses. The festivities kick off with a colorful, creative procession of children and adults costumed as their favorite species through the streets of downtown Bend.

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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon
November 3, 2016

A bi-annual awards ceremony to honor an individual, business (large and small) and organization (nonprofit or government) that embody the principles of sustainability in how they live and operate every day. By showcasing innovation and commitment to creating a vibrant economy, healthy environment and equitable society, we hope to inspire continued sustainable action in Central Oregon.