Reach a new audience through charity sponsorship

Reach a new audience through charity sponsorship

One way to promote your business to a family audience is by sponsoring a local charity event. Businesses have the opportunity to get involved with Bubble Rush on Sunday 26 August as a bubble station sponsor to support the work of St Elizabeth Hospice in the local area.

The event sees over 1,000 people, ranging in age from nine months to ninety years old, take on the fun 5km challenge. The event is not a race and participants are free to run, walk or dance their way round the course as they pass through bubble stations which cover them in safe, colourful, frothy foam.

As a bubble station sponsor, not only will you be supporting the hospice’s vital work caring for local people with a progressive or terminal illness, you’ll also receive a package full of benefits that will place your business in front of the right audience.

Sarah Archer, corporate and major gifts manager at St Elizabeth Hospice, said: “We greatly appreciate the support we’re given by our bubble station sponsors and therefore we like to be able to offer them a package that works for them too. Our sponsors this year will have a presence at the event with a promotional stand which puts them right in front of our event participants as well as banners promoting their business at their dedicated bubble station. As a bonus, to say thank you, they’ll also receive six free places to take part in the event.”

As well as being there on the day, bubble station sponsors receive a range of benefits including their logo on the charity’s website, social media mentions, opportunity to place a promotional item in participant goody bags and a framed certificate to display at their premises thanking them for their support of the hospice.

To find out more about supporting St Elizabeth Hospice by sponsoring Bubble Rush, call the team on 01473 723600.

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