Sponsors, Donors & Community Partners

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Sponsors, Donors & Community Partners

Hello Family,

Thanks SO much for participating in Black Healing October & Solidarity Healing September in such a magical way! We’re so excited, humbled, and grateful to be partners in a gentle revolution with you! While we may not be able to eradicate racism today or tomorrow, together we can help create an environment and cultural impetus that will support our collective safety, healing, and collaboration towards a better today and a transformed tomorrow.

Please Join Reclaim UGLY for a Big, Juicy, Joyful, Socially-Distancing Hug of Gratitude for Our Funders, Sponsors, & Community Partners.

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Horizon’s Foundation

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Resist Foundation Logo

Resist Foundation

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Akonadi Foundation Logo

Akonadi Foundation

Image description: A white background with an orange circle and line that depicts a person with their arms spread wide and open. Underneath are the words Akonadi Foundation

Nolose Logo

Nolose

Image description: Nolose written in chubby, bubble letters outlined in red and filled in with white. Below, white lettering on a red block that says, “The Revolution Just Got Bigger.”

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Cupcakes & Muffintops

Image description: A mint green and cream colored cupcake with a high heeled shoe on top. The text says, “Cupcakes & Muffintops: A Clothing & bake sale where only the prices are small.

Fat Lib Ink Logo

Fat Lib Ink

Image description: A chubby red hand makes a fist. Around it is a circular ribbon that says, “Fatties Against Fascism Resist!”

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California Black Women’s Health Project

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Asians 4 Black Lives Logo

Asians 4 Black Lives

Image description: A series of 8 horizontal lines. Below are the words #Asians4BlackLives

Bay Area Childcare Collective Logo

Bay Area Child Care Collective

Image description: Baby’s fist (brown skin) holds white rattle with purple trim. Motion lines show the rattle being rattled. Name of org encircles the image with a tagline that says “Rattle the System!” on a yellow background.

North Atlantic Books Logo

North Atlantic Books

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Bad Repertory Theatre Logo

Bad Repertory Theatre

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What does it mean to be a community partner?

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As a Community Partner, you are our buddy in making this event happen and ensuring that the folks who need and want to participate have access. We know you are likely very busy, so there are a plethora of options for how to collaborate. You can choose to do any and all of the following:

  1. Promote Our Black Healing October Events
  2. Promote Our Solidarity Healing September Events
  3. Promote Our Fundraiser
  4. Host A Solidarity Healing September Event
  5. Host A Black Healing October Event
  6. Contribute to Our Healing In Solidarity Blog

What can we offer our Community Partners?

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  • Celebration on social media
  • Celebration on our website
  • Celebration in our newsletters
  • Our support for your future events
  • An opportunity to speak at our kickoff event

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What does it mean to be a community partner?

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Image Description: A Black person sitting at a restaurant table in front of a wood wall, smiling brightly. They are wearing a black tank top, a black choker, glasses, a nose-ring, and large silver hoop earrings. They are holding a champaign glass with an orange-colored beverage.

As a Sponsor, your financial contributions help keep Black Healing October accessible and free to all Black people who want to attend.  

We aspire to host 150 hours of fully accessible, free healing workshops for Black people! Each hour costs $350.

Facilitators: $100
CART: $90
ASL interpreters: $120
Administrative labor & other costs: $40

Sponsoring a 1 hour event is $350
Sponsoring a 2 hour event is $700
Sponsoring a 3 hour event is $1050

What can we offer our sponsors?

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  • We can affiliate the workshop of your choice, on a first come basis, with you. This includes placing your name and logo on all promotional events for that name.
  • Celebration on social media
  • Celebration on our website
  • Celebration in our newsletters
  • Our support for your future events

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Thank you SO much for your generous contributions and investment in Black healing, Black liberation, & solidarity!

Please CONTACT US with any questions.


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