Sponsor Benefits

What is GiveCamp?

Seattle GiveCamp is a weekend-long event where software development professionals from developers to designers and project managers donate their time to provide solutions for non-profit organizations. Since its inception in 2011, Seattle GiveCamp has provided over 12,000 developer & designer service hours to benefit over 80 local charities.

This year marks the sixth Seattle GiveCamp. We anticipate an estimated 150+ volunteers will contribute an estimated half million dollars in volunteer development and design work, from websites to mobile apps. Many tech volunteers take the meaning of GiveCamp literally, bringing sleeping bags and committing their entire weekend to GiveCamp (not counting the few hours spent sleeping onsite) with us on our mini-campus.

As an all-volunteer-run event, 100% of Seattle GiveCamp's sponsorship money is spent on taking care of the tech volunteers as the create apps and web sites for the charities. It is our way of thanking them for donating their time and energy for an entire weekend. Sponsorship is needed for practical items, like covering the cost of the venue, AV, security, meals, drinks & snacks, web hosting, on-site support, and a t-shirt to remember the experience.

Sponsorship Levels

Sponsor GiveCamp
$5k
$2K
$1k
$500

Platinum

Prime Placement: If desired, an opportunity to provide information on your product or service during the event. Ability to provide giveaways to the volunteers.

Promotion: through traditional and digital initiatives prior to, during and after the event. Promotion includes, but is not limited to, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+ and press releases blasts to regional media

Prime logo placement: Largest logo placement on the Seattle GiveCamp website, t-shirt, and slide presentations

Prime Meal sponsorship: Signage designating your product or service as the sponsor of two meals

Gold

Placement: If desired, an opportunity to provide information on your product or service during the event. Ability to provide giveaways to the volunteers

Promotion: through traditional and digital initiatives prior to, during and after the event. Promotion includes, but is not limited to, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+ and press releases blasts to regional media

Logo placement: Large logo placement. Logo placement on the Seattle GiveCamp website, and slide presentations

Prime placement of logo with a URL link on the Seattle GiveCamp website

Meal sponsorship: Signage designating your product or service as the sponsor of two meals

Silver

Placement: Ability to provide giveaways to the volunteers

Promotion: through traditional and digital initiatives prior to, during and after the event. Promotion includes, but is not limited to, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+ and press releases blasts to regional media

Logo placement: Logo placement on the Seattle GiveCamp website, and slide presentations

Meal sponsorship: Signage designating your product or service as the sponsor of one meal

Bronze

Placement: Ability to provide giveaways to the volunteers

Logo placement: Logo placement on the Seattle GiveCamp website, and slide presentations

Complete an application to be a sponsor for this year’s

Seattle GiveCamp

Questions? Contact us at info@Seattlegivecamp.org