Be a Sponsor of STOMP Louisiana!

 
 
Event Summary
STOMP Louisiana!
 • September 17, 2017
 • Ponchatoula, LA
 • 250 participants
 • Supporting STOMP Louisiana!
 

Make an impact on our community by becoming a sponsor of STOMP! Out Epilepsy and SUDEP, which will be held across the United States in September, 2017.  STOMP! will benefit The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation (CHF) and bring more seizure-response dogs and life-saving monitoring devices to those who live with epilepsy/seizures.  This year, STOMP! will take place in several locations across the Country, and like last year, virtual walkers and virtual teams from all over will be joining us.


The registration fees and fundraising will go directly to benefit those with Epilepsy, but the real success of our event depends on sponsorship support from businesses like yours.  As a sponsor, you and your company will be showcased in our advertising and promotion both before the walk and on the day of the event itself. We have a number of attractive sponsorship packages that fit every budget and will link your brand to a very worthwhile cause.  


CHF is a non-profit corporation formed to provide help and support to individuals, particularly children and young adults, who have epilepsy.  When you support CHF, you make a big difference in the lives of those who struggle with seizures and epilepsy. We are a very grass roots, volunteer-based Foundation that is committed to getting relief right into the hands of those who need it. We aren't big, but we are mighty and determined.  To date we have provided 101 seizure-response dog grants and almost 420 life-saving movement monitors.  In addition, CHF has granted wish trips to 27 families to Epilepsy Awareness Expo and Day at Disneyland. 


Become a sponsor of STOMP! today! 

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National Sponsor
$5,000
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$3,000
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$2,000
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Bronze Sponsorship
$500
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$250
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