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Sponsor the Environmental Justice & Climate Protection Conference 2023

Be a force in the movement to shape Georgia’s future and expand environmental justice.

This second annual conference will connect you to environmental justice and climate conscious communities.

Last year’s conference had over 100 in-person and on-line attendees. This year we strive to reach 200.

Science for Georgia, Dogwood Alliance, Emory CHARTER, and Center for Black Women’s Wellness are respected leaders in the climate justice movement. Their combined social reach is over 3.5 million people.

Sponsorships must be received by May 15 to ensure inclusion on print materials.

Sponsorship Levels

Environmental Justice Hero $2,500+

Large logo prominent in digital flyer/program, on screen throughout the day, and on “Thank You” boards.

Verbal recognition at the event, 3 dedicated social posts, listing in Facebook ad, listing in 2-3
group sponsor social posts, and sponsor recognition in conference video clips after production.

Climate Champion $1,000

Medium logo: in digital flyer/program, on screen throughout the day, and on “Thank You” boards.

One dedicated social post, listing in Facebook ad, listing in 2-3 group sponsor social posts, and sponsor recognition in conference video clips after production.

Change Agent $500

Small logo: in digital flyer/program, on screen throughout the day, and on “Thank You” boards.

Listing in 2-3 group sponsor social posts that will include Major and Full sponsors.

Friends of Environmental Justice $50

Small logo: in digital flyer/program, on screen throughout the day, and on “Thank You” boards.

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