SAVE THE DATE: MAY 4TH, 2023
Join us for Arm In Arm’s Annual Spring Benefit:
Food on the Table
Working together to feed our community
Featuring: Daniel Hoffman, Professor of Nutrition at Rutgers University
Daniel Hoffman is a Professor of Nutritional Sciences at Rutgers University and the Director of the Center for Childhood Nutrition Research and the Rutgers Program in International Nutrition. Hoffman’s research program focuses on the impact of poor nutrition early in life on risk factors for chronic diseases in adulthood. As well, he is a Co-Principal Investigator of the New Jersey Healthy Kids Initiative that promotes nutritional, culinary, and fitness competency for children throughout New Jersey. Hoffman is the author of dozens of research papers, book chapters, the co-editor of two nutrition journals and a consultant to UNICEF South Sudan and the International Atomic Energy Agency to advance nutrition research in low- and middle-income countries. Aside from his academic work, Hoffman is also a documentary photographer whose work focuses on social issues such as marginal communities.
Thursday, May 4th
Mill One Event Space
1 N. Johnston Ave., Hamilton, NJ
SEE : our Food Distribution Center & Mobile Food Pantry at our new home at Mill One
TASTE: a variety of cultural cuisines often enjoyed by the community
EXPERIENCE: how TOGETHER, we are preventing hunger in Mercer County
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Thank you to our sponsors!
Deb Toppmeyer and Bob Hilkert
Liz and Jamie Koehler
Rachel and Mark Herr
Sallye and Ron Zink
Laura and Steve Heil
Constance W. Hassett and James Richardson
Nicholas and Lauren Valvanis
Ginger August and Brian Zack
Paul Knight and Jennifer Guy
Rob and Rebecca Callahan
Anne and Paul Disdier
Leah and Brian McDonald
Alison and David Politziner
Nancy G. Richardson
Bill and Martha Lashbrook
All sponsorships include listing on event signage, website, printed program (if received by 4/10). If received by 3/1, logo/listing will be included on printed invitation.
All sponsorships also available without tickets, thus increasing the tax deductible amount of the sponsorship
Platinum Plate, $25,000: Includes preferred reserved seating for 24 (3 tables), 2 full page ads, name recognition from podium, logo on invitation and eblasts.
Gold Plate, $15,000: Includes preferred reserved seating for 16 (2 tables), full page ad, name recognition from podium, logo on invitation and eblasts
Silver Plate $10,000 Includes preferred reserved seating for 8 (1 table), full page ad, name recognition from podium, logo on invitation and eblasts
Bronze Plate $5,000 Includes reserved seating for 6 (1 table), 3/4 page ad, logo on invitation and eblast
Benefactor $2,500 Includes 4 tickets, 1/2 page ad
Advocate, $1,000 – $10,000: Non attending sponsorship. Includes a full page ad, logo on invitation and eblast
Patron $1,000 Includes 2 tickets, 1/4 page ad
Partner $750 Includes 2 tickets, name listed in program
Friend $500 Includes 1 ticket, name listed in program
TICKETS: Individual Ticket: $200
BENEFIT PROGRAM ADS:
Full Page: 5.5”w x 8.5”h
Half Page: 5.5”w x 4.25”h
Quarter Page: 5.5”w x 2.1”h
Full Page Ad: $1,000
Half Page Ad: $500
Quarter Page Ad: $250
Arm In Arm is a registered 501c3 non-profit, EIN 22-3198464. A portion of each sponsorship is tax-deductible.
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