Sponsor Work Without Limits

Promote your brand as a disability inclusion leader and contribute to impactful opportunities, events, and inclusive change for individuals with disabilities.

  • Demonstrate innovative and inclusive leadership ​
  • Increase brand recognition as a champion of workplace disability inclusion​
  • Boost employee, customer and supplier loyalty​
  • Attract diverse candidates with disabilities at all levels of employment ​
  • Expand community outreach and enhance positive public relations with target markets

Sponsorship Menu

To learn more about becoming a Work Without Limits Sponsor, contact Kathy Muhr, Director of Community Engagement.

Work Without Limits Sponsorship Menu.pdf

TYPE

COST

INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE

MARKETING BENEFITS

Virtual Career Fair for College Students and Recent Graduates with Disabilities Sponsor

Support our two-hour virtual career fair for up to 10 disability-inclusive employers and an unlimited amount of candidates with disabilities including college students and recent graduates

[Interested in a customized Career Fair for your organization only? Contact Us.]

  • Announcement on our homepage banner and social media
  • Most prominent logo display on Event web page and virtual career fair platform
  • Logo promotion with every Event communication (including homepage banner, email blasts, and social media)
  • Pre-event “Message from our Sponsor”
  • Free participation to recruit at Career Fair
  • Logo displayed on this Sponsors page

Inclusion Sponsor

$25,000

Champion the Work Without Limits overall mission of equal employment for people with disabilities

  • Announcement on our homepage banner and social media
  • Most prominent website logo display on homepage
  • Monthly social media post
  • Speaking spot at event of choice
  • Logo displayed on this Sponsors page

Disability Mentoring Day

$15,000

Support statewide Disability Mentoring Day - matching candidates with disabilities to organizations and mentors for networking and career exploration

  • Announcement on our homepage banner and social media
  • Most prominent logo display on Event web page
  • Logo promotion with every Event communication (including homepage banner, email blasts, and social media)
  • Pre-event “Message from our Sponsor”
  • Welcome remarks at Disability Etiquette training prior to Event
  • Logo displayed on this Sponsors page

Accessibility Sponsor

$10,000

Ensure equal access to Work Without Limits information, resources, services and meetings (e.g., ASL interpreters, live captions, large print)

  • Announcement on our homepage banner and social media
  • Prominent website logo display
  • 6x a year social media post
  • Name credited in accommodation request section of Event registration forms
  • Logo displayed on this Sponsors page

Connecting Sponsor

Circular Blu

$5,000

Develop partnerships with employment service providers, state agencies and higher education and connect them to disability inclusive employers seeking to partner

Sustaining Sponsor

$2,500

Provide individualized guidance, information and resources to job-seeking candidates with disabilities and connect them to disability-inclusive employers seeking to hire

  • Announcement on our homepage banner and social media
  • Prominent logo display on our Providers web page
  • 2x a year social media post
  • Logo displayed on this Sponsors page

Benefactor

State Street

$1,500

Provide information and resources to individuals with disabilities and their families on how working affects eligibility for public benefits

Ally

$500

Support outreach to families and individuals with disabilities

  • Name listed on this Sponsors page

Demonstrate your disability inclusion committment. Become a Sponsor today.

To learn more about becoming a Work Without Limits Sponsor, contact Kathy Muhr, Director of Community Engagement.

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