Our work is entirely funded by private donations – we receive no money from government. Your money will help us continue funding research into vitiligo and supporting people affected by the condition.
Sponsorship Opportunities | Platinum / $10,000
VRF offers only one Platinum level sponsorship opportunity. Our Platinum level sponsorship covers the global World Vitiligo Day conference, select community events worldwide and online activities.
Highlights of sponsorship:
- a 10-minute presentation (on research and education) during conference program session
- name and logo on all conference advertising and materials for the event and pre-event activities
- an exhibitor's table in the main conference and networking/coffee area
- logo in pre-session slideshows when available
- logo featured on sponsor signage in high traffic areas
- logo and organization statement (up to 50 words) on the website
- three complimentary registrations
- identification of your sponsorship on conference badges
- three social media promotions: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
- logo and organization statement (linked to the website) in the newsletter
- three promotional items placed in the conference bags.
A formal Thank You will be made at the welcome address and dinner reception.
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