Summer Edibles Sponsorship
UCCE Alameda County Master Gardener Program
Summer Fundraiser - Sponsorship Opportunities
On behalf of the Alameda County Master Gardener program, we are pleased to announce sponsorship opportunities of our 2014 fundraiser - Edible Landscaping Workshops and Gardens Tour.
The Alameda County Master Gardener Program works to serve the diverse communities within Alameda County. As trained agents of the University of California, through the University of California Cooperative Extension, our purpose is to extend research based knowledge and information on home gardening issues to the residents of Alameda County.
In addition to supporting this long-respected program, sponsorship of the event promotes you or your organization to a core market of active gardeners throughout the East Bay – including the Oakland/Berkeley, Fremont/Sunol, and Livermore Valley regions.
Summer Edibles Sponsorship Opportunities
We have four sponsorship opportunities, all which are open to individuals, organizations, or businesses:
Presence on ACMG event website, garden tour booklet, inclusion in Facebook event marketing, acknowledgement during Workshops, name on event promotional t-shirts worn by all staff.
Mention on ACMG event website, garden tour booklet.
Mention on ACMG event website.
Garden tour booklet coupon ad
We will then contact you about the marketing details. Note the cut-off for including a coupon & name on t-shirt is July 1st.
Thank you for your consideration of sponsoring this event and supporting your Alameda County Master Gardener program. We are a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization. If you have any questions, please call us at 510-639-1275, or email us by clicking here
Fundraising Committee / Volunteers
Alameda County Master Gardener Program
Summer Edibles Event Information for Sponsors
We are excited to have edible landscaping as the focus of our summer 2014 fundraiser. Edible landscaping is the use of food plants as design features in a landscape. Participants will learn about planning & design, planting & maintenance, harvest & storage, and food safety.
- WORKSHOP: Learn all about it by attending a workshop on June 14th (Dublin library), June 21st (Pleasanton library), or June 22nd (Livermore library).
- GARDEN TOUR: Enjoy a garden tour at four homes in Livermore and Pleasanton on July 26th to see these concepts in practice!