Sponsor

Sacramento Take Back the Night (formally known as the Northern California Association for Women Take Back the Night) is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We rely on the efforts of committed activists, and the contributions of individuals and organizations to organize our annual event and participant in year-round awareness-building activities to end sexual and gender-based violence.

Each year, we are able to put on Sacramento’s Annual Take Back the Night Rally and March thanks to the generosity and support of our co-sponsors.  Co-sponsors are invited to table at the Rally’s information fair (table and two chairs provided) at a starting price of $100 (sliding-scale available for in-kind donors).

Please complete and mail/email, or complete the electronic form below no later than September 15, 2017 to be included in the event program.

TBN 2017 Co-Sponsor Commitment Letter

TBN 2017 Co-Sponsor Commitment Form

Co-Sponsor Commitment E-Form

DONATE ONLINE via PayPal, below:
Please list your organization name in the message box marked “Add special instructions to the seller” that appears on the payment processing page.




OR DONATE BY MAIL:

Sacramento Take Back the Night
P.O. Box 2004
Sacramento, CA 95812

Donations of $50 and above will be recognized in our event printed program at the 2016 Rally and March. To be recognized, please list your name as you like it to appear in the program in the message box marked “Add special instructions to the seller” that appears on the payment processing page.


Interested in co-hosting or sponsoring an event?
Email us at [email protected]!

One thought on “Sponsor”

  1. Good Morning,
    Two items:
    1. Sacramento Women’s Chorus is interested in supporting your work by providing song for your events. Please keep us in mind as you plan your outreach.
    2. You will be receiving complimentary tickets to our May 12, 2012, “Sing Out, Sisters!” concert next week. We are hopeful that representatives from Sacramento TBTN can attend and therefore have first hand knowledge of our work as well as an enjoyable
    evening!

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