Tutor/Mentor Connection

Connect knowledge, volunteers, youth and make a difference.

For non-profits like Cabrini Connections finding sponsors is very important. Sponsorship partnerships not only provide a new source of revenue for non-profits, but they also offer a variety of cross-promotional, public relations and other marketing opportunities.
Sponsorships offer an opportunity for a non-profit organization to partner with companies or
entities from the for-profit sector - companies that often have greater financial resources at their disposal. As such, these sponsors become a substantial source of revenue and increased marketing opportunities for organizations like Cabrini Connections. This, in turn, allows non-profits to do more with the resources that they have. The 27th & 28th of May Cabrini Connections, Tutor/Mentor Connection will be hosting their 31st Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conference at Loyola Universities Lakeshore campus. This biannual conference is part of an ongoing effort to improve the quality and availability of tutor/mentor programs in areas of Chicago with high concentrations of poverty. Through the Internet, this conference connects program leaders and supporters in Chicago with people and ideas across the country and the globe. View Tutor/Mentor Connection Strategy Map.

By sponsoring Cabrini Connections your pledge will help us not only achieve the goals of the Leadership Conference but also Tutor/Mentor Connection. It will also highlight your organization as one who understands the needs of children and who supports a comprehensive, creative strategy such as the Tutor/Mentor Connection.

Please take the time to review the 5 different types of sponsors and see where you and your company can fit in: http://www.tutormentorconference.org/sponsor.asp

Also, if you are interested in being a speaker at this event or just attending the event please visit http://www.tutormentorconference.org/register.asp

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Comment by Bradley Troast on March 2, 2010 at 5:47pm
Mentoring Partnerships of Minnesota has some big name sponsors including GE, Best Buy, 3M, and Target. Chicago-based businesses can look at their group as an example of the benefits of a serious, long-term pledge.

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