2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference: Sponsorship Opportunities

2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference: Sponsorship Opportunities

2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference: Sponsorship Opportunities

Take this opportunity to showcase your organization, company or crafts at the diabetes conference of the year! 

With your support the 2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference will benefit many diabetes front-line workers, community representatives and individuals living with diabetes working for positive change through wholistic health and wellness awareness and education.  By partnering with the National Aboriginal Diabetes Association, the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs, and the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre, you will contribute to healthier communities across the country.

Sponsorship in the 2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference provides opportinities to bring attention to your organization, company or product; enhance community relations; and demonstrate your commitment to Indigenous health and wellness, and reconciliation.

Sponsorship Opportunities

PLATINUM – $12,000
Your participation will be highlighted as a Platinum Sponsor with enhanced recognition on all marketing materials, website, on-site signs, materials and packages; delivering remarks at the banquet or opening or closing plenary; one complimentary pass to the conference; enhanced visibility in the exhibit area; and complimentary booth space.

OPENING LUNCH – $5,000
The opening lunch is a great opportunity for a sponsor to deliver remarks to delegates at lunch, provide table signs and/or organizational information at all seats. You will also receive one complimentary pass to the conference; acknowledgement of your contribution throughout the conference; enhanced visibility in the exhibit area; and complimentary booth space.

CLOSING LUNCH – $5,000
The sponsor of the closing luncheon will have an opportunity to deliver remarks at the lunch, introduce the guest speaker, and provide table signs and/or organizational information at all seats. You will also receive one complimentary pass to the conference; acknowledgement of your contribution throughout the conference; enhanced visibility in the exhibit area; and complimentary booth space.

REGISTRATION – $5,000
Your organization name and logo will be prominently displayed on a banner welcoming delegates at registration. Your organization will also be identified on delegate name badges; receive one complimentary pass to the conference; acknowledgement of your contribution throughout the conference; enhanced visibility in the exhibit area; and complimentary booth space.

SESSION SPONSOR – $3,000
The national conference features several concurrent sessions that focus on healthy living and wholistic wellness. These sessions will be interactive and engaging and will provide delegates with lessons and tools for promoting healthy living and wholistic wellness. Your organization will be identified as the sponsor of the session and a representative will be invited to moderate the session. You will also receive one complimentary pass to the conference; enhanced visibility in the exhibit area; and complimentary booth space.

EXHIBITOR PASSPORT – $3,000
All conference delegates receive an exhibitor passport in which exhibitors are identified. Delegates are encouraged to visit all booths to learn about exhibitors and to return their completed passport for entry in a draw for prizes. The logo of the passport sponsor will be included on the cover of the passport booklet. You will also receive one complimentary pass to the conference; enhanced visibility in the exhibit area; and complimentary booth space.

NUTRITION BREAK – $2,500
There will be a total of four (4) nutrition breaks throughout the conference. If your organization promotes wellness, fitness, nutrition, and/or healthy living generally, sponsorship will provide you the opportunity to be recognized as a leader in your field. Nutrition Break Sponsors will enjoy printed recognition as a Nutrition Break Sponsor in all printed material, one complimentary pass to the conference; enhanced visibility in the exhibit area; and complimentary booth space.

To find out more about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jeff LaPlante at jefflaplante@nada.ca or 204-927-1224.

 

 

 

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Your Health Matters Calendar

Call for Nominations!

Opportunity for Community-based Food Security
/ Food Sovereignty Programs and Nutrition Programs!

The National Aboriginal Diabetes Association publishes a yearly calendar that extols the virtues of healthy living. This year, the 2019 Your Health Matters Calendar would like to feature community-based programs/activities in food security and food sovereignty from every region/territory in Canada.

This resource is marketed to Indigenous communities and helps raise awareness and educate about community-based diabetes prevention and the activities people and communities do in diabetes prevention and care. Our plan is to showcase the many community gardens, greenhouses, community freezers, food sharing networks, in First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities across Canada in order to honour what these workers do and the hard work they do in their communities. We are asking for people working in these programs to contact us if they would like their program to be in the calendar or for those around them to nominate them. Please submit nominations by September 14, 2018

What we require from the candidate is a photo of program/activity staff, the history of the program/activity, their reflections on the successes of their program/activity, a gardening/harvesting tip or recipe, and a brief
bio.

If you work in community-based community gardens, greenhouses, community freezers, food sharing networks and are interested in being featured, or know someone that you would like to nominate, please contact Jeff (executivedirector@nada.ca) or Sylvia (coordinator@nada.ca) at the National Aboriginal Diabetes
Association.

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