Chattanooga Kids on the Block Partnership Levels
- $25,000 Mark Riley, Society (signature puppet), funding for 60 Programs as Primary Sponsor
- $10,000 Founders Society, funding for 25 programs as Co-Sponsor
- $5,000 Leadership Society, funding for 10 Programs as Co-Sponsor
Partners to be promoted to the community as follows:
- Printed collateral material developed through inclusion in quarterly social newsletter.
- Website to promote partner categories with link to business website and logo, displayed for all partnership logos.
- Mark Riley Society will receive full page article about why they support Chattanooga’s Kids on the Block.
- Inclusion in Annual Report distributed annually to over 4,500 people listing categories.
- Press Release distributed to local, area, and regional media regarding partners & their major contributions to Chattanooga’s Kids on the Block.
- An educational performance at location of your choice
- Your name listed, along with major contributions on various activity sheets, teacher packets and general information brochures, which are distributed to thousands each year.
Annual Puppet Sponsor
Corporate or Personal - $1,500
Benefits of Adopting an Educational Puppet
- Personal Satisfaction.-You make it possible for thousands of children to benefit from the unique educational opportunities offered by your puppet.
- A certificate of Adoption and a photo of you or your company representative along with your puppet, which can be displayed at location of your choice.
- Acknowledgement in the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
- Contribution and listing on our website.
- Inclusion in quarterly newsletter.
- The fun of visiting your "adopted family" as often as you wish.
- A performance by your puppet, at a location of your choice.
Chattanooga’s Kids on the Block received its original funding in 1979 from Benwood and Lyndhurst Foundation. In 1985 we became a United Way Agency. We have been named Non-Profit of the year in 2012 and 2005; we received The Better Business Bureau Torch in 2008.