You Can Be An Event Sponsor

OPPORTUNITIES TO “SHOW YOUR LOVE”

We Wish You a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!  ♦  $100,000

  • Premium sponsor for the entire event
  • Inclusion in media opportunities
  • Keynote speaker at the event via Zoom
  • Feature article in The Missionary newsletter (circ. 45,000)
  • Headline listing and link on the Mission website
  • Name displayed on signage at the event
  • Designated space for your information table and banner
  • Listing in our Annual Report
  • Donate Now

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas: This will make it very merry.  ♦  $50,000

  • Inclusion in media opportunities
  • Recognition and speaking opportunity via Zoom
  • Listing and link on the Mission website and social media platforms
  • Recognition in The Missionary newsletter (circ. 45,000)
  • Name displayed on signage at the event
  • Listing in our Annual Report
  • Donate Now

Joy to the World: Here’s some money to help.  ♦  $25,000

  • Recognition and speaking opportunity via Zoom
  • Listing and link on the Mission website and social media platforms
  • Recognition in The Missionary newsletter (circ. 45,000)
  • Listing in our Annual Report
  • Donate Now

It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas: I want to help it look like that for ALL our neighbors. ♦ $10,000

  • Recognition from the podium
  • Listing and link on the Mission website and social media platforms
  • Recognition in The Missionary newsletter (circ. 45,000)
  • Listing in our Annual Report
  • Donate Now

Do You Hear What I Hear?:  I hear it’s Christmas, and I want to ensure all are invited.  ♦ $5,000

  • Listing and link on the Mission website and social media platforms
  • Recognition in The Missionary newsletter (circ. 45,000)
  • Listing in our Annual Report
  • Donate Now

I’ll be Home for Christmas: So have fun on my tab.  ♦  $2,500

  • Listing and link on the Mission website
  • Recognition in The Missionary newsletter (circ. 45,000)
  • Listing in our Annual Report
  • Donate Now

Go Tell it on the Mountain: Tell it to me later, because I wish I could be there.  ♦  $1,000

  • Listing and link on the Mission website
  • Recognition in The Missionary newsletter (circ. 45,000)
  • Donate Now

Sponsor mental health support to encourage one homeless guest. ♦ $200 - Donate Now

Sponsor two homeless men to enjoy a memorable night ♦ $100 - Donate Now

Sponsor one homeless man to enjoy a memorable night ♦ $50 - Donate Now

The heart of the Mission is serving the hidden homeless and hungry in our city—one life at a time. Central Union Mission relies on the support of private donors, businesses, churches, foundations and other organizations. We do not receive any government contributions. Your partnership in providing funding for our programs and services helps us put into practice 1 John 3:8 (NLT):

“…Let’s not merely say that we love each other; let us show the truth by our actions.”

Monies raised in excess of event costs will be restricted to fund the following funding needs:

EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS

$2,500

COMPUTERS AND SOFTWARE

$4,800

EDUCATOR (PART-TIME)

$18,000

SOCIAL WORKER (PART-TIME)

$24,600

TRUCKS FOR PROGRAM USE

$45,000

WORK READINESS AND JOB
PLACEMENT COUNSELOR

$60,000

READY2SUCCEED WAGES
FOR 11 MEN

$187,000


Please contact Deborah Chambers at dchambers@missiondc.org or call 202.827.3078 for details.  

Thank you so much for your support! Contact Deborah Chambers at 202.827.3078 or dchambers@missiondc.org for more information.


“We consider your financial contributions a sacred trust and we are committed to efficiency, transparency, impact and making good on our promises. If your contribution is made in connection to a specific appeal, event or program, we will make sure it is applied accordingly. There are times when the collective generosity of our donors provides more than may be needed for a specific project or event. In those cases, our commitment is to use any additional funds for similar or related purposes, including general, overall support for the great work that the Mission does on a daily basis to feed the hungry and shelter the homeless.”