BECOME A SPONSOR

MIGRATION SPONSOR – $750

Migration 1

In the fall, Monarch Butterflies from our region migrate south to Mexico.

Your company’s banner at the admission table, your company’s logo on the front page of the event website, listing on all PSA’s as a sponsor, a full page (7.5×4.5 inches) ad in the program, listing as a sponsor in the Audubon Newsletter reaching 2000 members and friends, logo on all posters, flyers and publicity, Name on signs at Audubon thanking sponsors, 25 Complimentary event tickets. (click here to become a sponsor.)

BUTTERFLY SPONSOR – $500

Monarch Sips from Joe Pye Weed

Adult Monarchs are large orange and black butterflies. They fuel up on nectar from flowers for their long flights.

Full page (7.5×4.5 inches) ad in the program, listing as a sponsor in the Audubon Newsletter reaching 2000 members and friends, logo on all posters, flyers and publicity, Name on signs at Audubon thanking sponsors, 12 Complimentary event tickets. (click here to become a sponsor.)

CHRYSALIS SPONSOR – $250

Expectation

The Monarch chrysalis starts out green, but turns brown and orange as the adult butterfly develops inside. – Photo by Jeremy Martin

Half page (3.5X4.5 inches) ad in the program, listing as a sponsor in the Audubon Newsletter reaching 2000 members and friends, listing on all posters, flyers and publicity, Name on signs at Audubon thanking sponsors, 6 Complimentary event tickets. (click here to become a sponsor.)

CATERPILLAR SPONSOR – $100

Monarch Butterfly Caterpillar

Monarch caterpillars eat only milkweed. They have white, black, and yellow stripes.

Quarter page (1.75×4.5 inches) ad in the program, listing as a sponsor in the Audubon Newsletter reaching 2000 members and friends, listing on all posters, flyers and publicity, Name on signs at Audubon thanking sponsors, 4 Complimentary event tickets. (click here to become a sponsor.)

EGG SPONSOR – $50

Common Milkweed (and can you see the Monarch Egg?)

Monarchs lay their eggs on the underside of milkweed leaves. Several species of milkweed are used. Pictured here is Common Milkweed. Can you see the egg?

Eighth page (1.75×2.2 inches) ad in the program, listing as a sponsor in the Audubon Newsletter reaching 2000 members and friends, listing on all posters, Name on signs at Audubon thanking sponsors, 2 Complimentary event tickets. (click here to become a sponsor.)

IN-KIND SPONSOR

Contact Jeff Tome to learn of in-kind contribution (food, craft supplies, etc.) that are needed for the festival.