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Sponsorship Information
Ms. American Volunteer Pageant
Why Become a Sponsor of the Ms. American Volunteer Pageant???
 
    ... because the Ms. American Volunteer Pageant not only celebrate, recognize and reward volunteers for excellence and dedication to volunteering and doing good throughout communities in the U.S. but because the American Volunteer Pageant donates all of it's proceeds from the pageant to charity.  Your sponsorship of prizes and/or money will reduce the expenses of the pageant which will in turn enable the Ms. American Volunteer Pageant to give more money directly to the pageant's charity  and reach it's fund raising goal of $1,000 or more.  Expenses include but are not limited to the cost of  postage, national winner's and contestant's sashes, crowns, pins, and any other prizes sponsored by the AV pageant. Your sponsorship also enables the American Volunteer Pageant to keep the sponsorship fee low, so more people can participate and the more contestants, the more money raised for charity. You are invited to become an vital part of our the American Volunteer Pageant team and help the American Volunteer team with it's mission to help youth with the cost of college. 

The Benefits of Sponsorship:
 
In addition to exposure including sponsors contact information via the American Volunteer Pageant website, sponsors are entitled to:
Link/banner ad to sponsor website(s)
Name in all press releases
Name on all promotional materials, including but not limited to:  Monthly AV E-mail Update, Quarterly AV Newsletter, Mailings, Advertisements in Newspapers, Ad Book, etc.
Listing on AV flyers, brochures and other printed materials
Sponsor promotional materials included in contestants packets
Click here for sponsorship levels.
For more information about becoming a sponsor of the Ms. American Volunteer Pageant, contact Catherine Jackson, American Volunteer National Director at