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Sponsorship

BE A SPONSOR…

The Hungarian Heritage Festival brings the colorful, unique and diverse culture and cuisine of Hungary to life for all Bay Area residents through dance, music, food, cultural and historical exhibits, and children’s activities. The festival truly has something for all ages! Becoming a sponsor for the Hungarian Heritage Festival provides the opportunity to support cultural diversity and enrichment in the Bay Area and reach over 3000 people in the locally. All proceeds support the work of the Hungarian Heritage Foundation of the San Francisco Bay Area, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, along with other local Hungarian non-profit groups, in sharing their unique culture with the people of the San Francisco Bay Area.

 

Please help to make this annual event a memorable experience for all. We have several sponsorship packages to choose from or work with us to create a custom package to fit your investment level and objectives. Pre-packaged sponsorship levels include:

Gold $5000
Silver $3000
Bronze $1000

 

The benefits of sponsorship are listed below, or select ala carte options to create your custom package.

 

Option Ala Carte Cost Sponsor Level
Your brand posted on or around the stage, at building entrances and/or at the ticketing entry point. $1500 Gold
Your logo displayed on our website. $1200 Gold, Silver 
Your logo included on all event postings on other websites, in print and on radio stations. $1500 Gold, Silver
Your brand on festival banners. $1200 Gold, Silver, Bronze 
10' x 10' Festival booth space  $175-295 Gold, Silver
Your advertisement or message in our printed program in these sizes: 5” wide x 8” long $160 Gold
5” wide x 4” long $90 Silver
5” wide x 2” long $50 Bronze
Reduced rate tickets for your employees Negotiable  
Complimentary Adult Tickets: 20 tickets $100 Gold
10 tickets $50 Silver
4 tickets $20 Bronze
On-stage public announcement several times during the program $200 Gold

 Sponsorship Package

 

Hungarian Heritage Festival

Hungarian Heritage Festival strives to keep the Hungarian culture alive in San Francisco Bay Area.