Cary Elementary

Business: Sponsor Cary Elementary School

Cary Elementary

Cary, NC — Cary Elementary is seeking community sponsors to help purchase supplies for classrooms, fund the school carnival and furnish the school garden.

Partner with Cary Elementary

Cary Elementary is seeking community business sponsors.

The PTA has determined a goal of $10,000 that is needed to maintain their current level of educational excellence for children in the Cary community.

The funds will be used to build four planter boxes for the school garden, to purchase a Smart Board for the school’s ESL (English as a Second Language) program and to provide teacher grants for classroom supplies and a school carnival.

Sponsoring Cary Elementary helps children, but it helps your business, too. Becoming a community business sponsor is an excellent public relations opportunity for your organization, as sponsors will be known to over 580 Cary Elementary families in their business community.

Corporate Sponsorship Levels

Cougar Platinum – $2,500
Cougar Gold Pride – $1,500
Cougar Silver Pride – $1,000
Cougar Bronze Pride – $500
Cougar Pride – $100

Business sponsors in all levels will be recognized as a donor on the Cary Elementary website and will have their company logo displayed on a banner that will be displayed in the school year-long. Sponsors in higher categories will receive other PR opportunities, some including:

  • Recognition on a plaque in the school garden
  • Click-able logo link to your company website on the PTA homepage
  • Booth sponsors at the spring carnival
  • Full-page ads in school directories and other handouts
  • Recognition as sponsors for other school events

Contact Nancy Haywood with questions about sponsorship levels.

Become a Sponsor

Interested sponsors can send their name, contact information and company logo (in Vector format) to Nancy Haywood, Cary Elementary’s PTA Vice President, by August 10, 2015.

Nancy Haywood
ptamomof2@gmail.com
704-787-6755

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Story from staff reports. Photo by Jessica Patrick.

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  1. Robin
    Robin says:

    Thank you for sending this story out and promoting the needs of a great, local downtown school!

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