Kadima provides many opportunities for local businesses, foundations and individuals to sponsor events and connect with a critical social cause-mental health. Below are the events taking place during the next year. They range in size, demographics and sponsorship level. All events receive traditional and social media presence, as well as recognition in Kadima publications, e-blasts, event invitations, and other collateral. Rights to event tickets and other opportunities range based on event and giving level.
2019 Sponsorship Opportunities
Kadima's 4rd Annual Gardening Day will be held on June 2, 2019 from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Over 50 volunteers, including community groups, corporate teams, individuals and families meet at Kadima's offices in Southfield and teams are assigned to gardening projects at a house, or at the main offices. Go to event page
The Lois Zussman Kadima Golf Classic is the largest Kadima fundraising event of the year and will take place at Franklin Hills Country Club on July 15, 2019. Over 200 attend this elegant annual event, which includes a luncheon, round of golf at beautiful Franklin Hills Country Club, cocktail reception, auction and dinner/program. Go to event page
This 2nd annual family-friendly mini golf event will take place at Royal Oak Golf Center on September 12, 2019. The event was created by Lisa and Jared Rothberger and Kathy and Michael Rothstein to honor the memory of their friend Tyler Howard who took his life in 2015. The event proceeds go to the Tyler Howard Fund that will provide services to individuals with mental health challenges and support suicide prevention activities. Go to event page
Kadima’s 2018 Community Awards Night will be held at the Great Lakes Culinary Arts Institute on Wednesday, October 10, 2018. This date is also World Mental Health Day and we have hopes to engage media in the event. We expect close to 200 guests at the event which will include a cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres, as well as a program including a “State of the Agency” presentation, recognition of the Employee, Volunteers and Community Partner of the Year and a presentation from the incoming Board President.
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