Walk Sponsorship Opportunities

The Access Walk for Good Food is an annual 5k walk through downtown Grand Rapids. This year, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have adjusted our Walk and are invited people to Walk for Good Food in their neighborhood! You can read more details about how this work on our Walk Website. The Walk funds non-profit organizations addressing root issues of food access and poverty. Right now, inequities in our food system are heightened as the most vulnerable in our community are impacted by COVID-19 through loss of income, access to meals, and more. We need a Good Food System that functions for everyone, especially in times of crisis. 

By sponsoring, businesses maximize their community impact by investing in innovative solutions to poverty, in organizations working to address the needs that have arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic, and in their own marketing campaigns throughout the event. We need your support to reach our $85,000 goal for this event.  

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS AND BENEFITS

GROUND BREAKER

$250

Name recognition on our Walk web page
Name recognition on social media blasts, 1750+ followers
Name recognition in e-newsletter, sent to 2,600+ recipients

SEED PLANTER

$500

THE ABOVE LISTED BENEFITS PLUS:
Name listed in Access printed newsletter
Logo exposure on e-newsletter and Walk web page

SPROUT TENDER

$1000

THE ABOVE LISTED PLUS:
Name included on printed thank you receipts
Mission statement exposure on Walk web page
Sharing of quote from your spokesperson on social media

GROWER

$2,500

THE ABOVE PLUS:
Logo exposure in Access printed newsletter
Sponsor for a day of the Walk: company banner on Access’ cover photo for the day,
       shared blog post about your company
Logo exposure on our website’s main page and social media

HARVESTER

$5,000

THE ABOVE PLUS:
Representative invited to speak on Facebook Live or in recorded video to be shared
     on Access social media channels.
Mention of your name in pre-event press release
Mention of your name in post-event e-newsletter and
social media posts