Reasons to Sponsor

 The best way to engage and demonstrate your organization's commitment to being part of the solution to preventing food waste, protecting the environment, reducing hunger and saving money is by sponsoring Florida Food Waste Prevention Week.  

Florida Food Waste Prevention Week Sponsor Letter and Form.

Conservationist -  $10,000    

  • Presenting sponsor for Industry Event Day during the Florida Food Waste Prevention Week - (Ex:  

       Hospitality, Education, Municipalities)

  • Your company creates a problem statement which is featured for Hackathon participants to solve.

  • Take the Pledge Sponsor – Logo featured on online pledge and certificate

  • Social Media Calendar (Post of the Day sponsor)

  • Hackathon recognition as prize sponsor

  • Food Hero Challenge (# Hashtag - included on Sponsored Day)

  • Sponsor recognition on all media platforms including, social media, Florida Food Waste Prevention  Week (FFWPW) website and the Food Future Hack website, as well as inclusion in pre and post event press releases, posters, etc.

Sustainer -  $5,000

  • Social Media Calendar (Post of the Day sponsor)

  • Hackathon recognition as prize sponsor

  • Food Hero Challenge (# Hashtag - included on Sponsored Day)

  • Recognition during opening and closing of the Hackathon event

  • Logo and weblink on Food Future Hack website

  • Logo and weblink on Florida Food Waste Prevention Week (FFWPW) website

Patron -  $2,500

  • Food Hero Challenge (# Hashtag - included on Sponsored Day)

  • Recognition during opening and closing of the Hackathon event

  • Logo and weblink on Food Future Hack website

  • Logo and weblink on Florida Food Waste Prevention Week (FFWPW) website

Honorary - $1,000

  • Logo on Food Future Hack website

  • Logo on Florida Food Waste Prevention Week (FFWPW) website

Supporter -  $500                          

  • Logo on Florida Food Waste Prevention Week (FFWPW) website

Community Sponsor _____$

  • Any amount is greatly appreciated and will ensure that more funds will be used to the mission of engaging the community to reduce food waste.