South Delta Minor Hockey Association (SDMHA) invites you to become one of our important sponsors for the 2012-2013 season. SDMHA is seeking to raise $25,000 in sponsorship funding for the upcoming season. It is important that we secure sponsorship funding soon to complete planning!
There are over 800 girls and boys who make up 52 teams in SDMHA. We greatly appreciate your continued support and enthusiasm for Canada' s great game! The girls and boys who play hockey in our community share your love and passion for "The Game" . Their smiles and cheers reflect the fun that hockey brings!
How Your Donation Helps!
Providing resources to ensure that SDMHA offers the best available hockey program
Ensuring that players at all ages, abilities, and levels are given opportunities to excel
Hosting player skills development clinics
Assisting players without sufficient financial support to play
Hosting coaching clinics
Support participation in hockey tournaments
Assisting in the purchase of jerseys & equipment
Supporting the general operations of the hockey association
Fostering community involvement and partnership
What Sponsorship Options are Available?
Team Sponsorship $500 per Team
*Arena Name Board (SDRC, LLC)
*SDMHA Website Link
*Sponsor List in Newspaper
SDMHA Website Banner Ad $300: Rotating Banner Ad on SDMHA Website (1 Yr)
Your participation and support will go a long way in continuing to enhance the quality and availability of hockey programs throughout our community.
We would appreciate an opportunity to discuss your participation in support of the boys and girls who play hockey in South Delta! Any combination of sponsorship categories can be accommodated. Ideally, you may consider making an annual commitment for the next three years.
Sponsorship Form click here
Tax receipts will be issued.
I can be reached at email@example.com.
Overall we are looking forward to an exciting 2012- 2013 Hockey Season!
Thanks in advance for your continued enthusiasm and support!
Director of Marketing
South Delta Minor Hockey Association (SDMHA)