Sponsor Information

walk-logo-corrected Participate as a Sponsor in this Exciting Event!

It’s great publicity for your business!

Each of the participants and volunteers will receive a commemorative T-shirt and a “goody” bag for their registration fee. Last year, we had over 300 walkers and this year, we anticipate even more. Your business name will appear on as many as 300 t-shirts, which will also be in photos on Facebook, on our website, and in the media.

You can also get your name out to all of the walkers by donating notepads, pencils, pens, magnets, or other items representing your business, for our goody bags.

Print off Sponsorship menu.
Print off Sponsorship agreement.

  It’s a great cause!

1 child out of every 68 births will result in a child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, which makes autism the fastest growing disability in America. By sponsoring our walk, you’ll be helping the Autism Society of Northwest Ohio provide the support, education, advocacy, and services to improve the lives of all affected by autism. You’ll help us provide information and support for families; social opportunities for young adults with autism; the Extended School Year Summer Program; and workshops that teach parents, teachers, social workers, therapists, and other professionals (including law enforcement) to understand and do what’s best for individuals with autism.

You can choose one of the five sponsorship levels. (See Sponsorship menu.) The Event sponsor’s name will be included on the front of our walk t-shirt and in the title of the event on all materials. The Silver and Gold level sponsors will have their names displayed on the back of the walk t-shirt, on our website, and at the event. Examples of items that have been donated for the “goody” bags are personal hand sanitizers, logo pens, coupons to your business, notepads, bookmarks, key chains, sample products, toothbrushes, or magnets.

Print off the Sponsorship menu that details the benefits of each sponsorship level and the Sponsorship agreement form to tell us your level of participation.