People do not die from Parkinson’s Disease; they die with it. By becoming an Organizational Sponsor and offering your financial support to GAPS, you are providing hope and resources necessary to improve the quality of life for these brave members of our community as they battle against this disease.
All money raised stays in this community to offer education, support, and advocacy to our members, their spouses, families, and caregivers.
Thank you for walking with us as we walk with these men and women and their families.
Organizational Sponsorship Opportunities
BE OUR MEDIA SPONSOR!
One year of name and logo recognition on all media engagements (press releases, news coverage, articles, and TV spots), the GAPS annual report, all presentations and programs, spectator tickets to Water Cooler Classic and Sole Train Member Celebration.
ADDITIONAL SPONSOR LEVELS
All program sponsors for in-person events will receive name and logo recognition at sponsored program, all media marketing associated with sponsored program, the GAPS annual report, the GAPS website, and table/space for your organization to display your materials at each sponsored event.
GAPS will also have virtual programs. For all virtual program sponsorships, program sponsors will receive the sponsorship benefits listed above, including extended marketing exposure to members attending virtual programs. You will have the opportunity to speak about your company at the beginning of your virtual program with the option to participate in the program with members each week or month, depending on the program.
For more information, please contact our Development Director, Kamber Parker at email@example.com.
Program Sponsorship Opportunities
One year of name recognition in the GAPS annual report and website, spectator tickets to
Water Cooler Classic and Sole Train Member Celebration!
One year of name and logo recognition on all media (social media posts, emails, website, etc.), events signage, the GAPS annual report, all presentations and programs, spectator tickets to Water Cooler Classic and Sole Train Member Celebration!
One year of name recognition in the GAPS annual report and website.
GAPS 101 is an informational hour occurring several times a year with valuable facts on the basics of Parkinson's Disease and how GAPS can support you on your journey. All people with Parkinson's, their spouse/care partner, family members, and friends are welcome to attend.
GAPS Coffee Talk is a monthly, educational series led by area experts in matters such as insurance, Medicare, home health, mindfulness, nutrition, and other topics relevant to our members.
$2,500/yr. for 4 talks
GAPS Community Education seeks to increase awareness by providing information about PD and the mission of GAPS to organizations and businesses in an effort to continue to improve overall community health.
GAPS in Motion! is a weekly exercise/movement class at different locations throughout the month (Clemson, Greenville, Seneca) and available every Friday online.
This exercise program was specifically designed by a person with Parkinson's for people with Parkinson's.
GAPS Mentoring is a one-to-one, advisory relationship between a newly diagnosed person and an existing GAPS member who has been living well with PD to offer advice and encouragement for the journey.
GAPS Social is a monthly, fun social night for everyone to come and meet other active PD members, our board, volunteers, and staff. Typically, there are 18 socials throughout the year (9 in Greenville, 9 in Spartanburg).
$3,600 for 9
GAPS Support Groups are weekly support and sharing groups for both the people with Parkinson’s and their care partners at different locations
throughout the month (Anderson, Greenville, Simpsonville, Seneca, and Spartanburg), including a virtual group.
GAPS Technology Education is a quarterly training session with tech expert, Bill Vicary of Just Call Bill, to learn or hone your tech skills on a GAPS iPad (or your own device).
Walk in their shoes...
Imagine you have been diagnosed with a debilitating disease. Your daily life has become a battle against the rigors of an unwelcome guest. Where do you go? What do you do?
Your contribution to the Greenville Area Parkinson Society provides much needed help to those with PD, their families, and caregivers to find the answers, direction, and support they need.
Thank you for bringing hope and help to these families in our community as we work together to ease the challenges of the disease progression.
"Your financial gift improves someone else's quality of life."