Sponsor our 7th Gala!

by | Jul 26, 2016

Dear Friends,

On Saturday, October 8th, 2016, we will be hosting our 7th Annual Gala at McCaw Hall in Seattle, Washington! In addition to requesting your presence at this event, I humbly ask you to consider coming alongside us by being an Matching Sponsor for our Gala.

Over 300 guests will join us for a special night of generosity and celebration — marking our success over the past six years through sharing stories and our dreams and aspirations for the future.

As a sponsor…

  • You will be an integral part of a fabulous event and great cause that is making an impact around the world.
  • We want sponsors to be really involved in the Gala by engaging them throughout the event. We will do this by pooling together all the sponsorships and using them as matching funds to encourage donors to give generously during the event.
  • So you choose the level you want to pledge at now, we will combine that with the other sponsors, and then challenge Gala guests to give this amount or more the night of the Gala.
  • We will also highlight your company, church, or school to our community, followers, and fans via our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts, event page, newsletter, blog and more.If you’d like to become a sponsor, download the Matching Sponsors Info and the Sponsorship Pledge Form to get started.We’d love to have your support. If I may be so bold, we need your support. All proceeds from our Annual Gala go to support the operations of ODW and thus, allowing us to continue to grant 100% of donations (minus transaction fees) to our partner projects on the ground.Ready? Interested? Have more questions? Email us at melissa@onedayswages.org or call (206) 659-5859.

    Thank you so much for your consideration.

    With deep gratitude,

    Eugene Cho
    Founder & Executive Director

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