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1 2013 Sponsorship Opportunities Updated 6/13/2013

2 Nationally, more than 400,000 children are currently living in foster care because their families are in crisis or unable to provide for their essential well-being. Nationally  The average age of children in foster care is 9.  The average length of stay for children in care was 774 days.  Research shows that less than half of former foster youth are employed at 23, and less than three percent have finished college. In Michigan (as of fiscal year 2012)  34,219 children were victims of abuse and neglect.  Approximately, 13,000 children are in foster care at any given time – most are in temporary foster care settings because of parental abuse or neglect.  Seventy percent of teens who emancipate from foster care report that they want to attend college, but fewer than ten percent who graduate from high school enroll in college, and of those less than three percent graduate from college.

3  In 2007, Western Michigan University established the Seita Scholarship. Named to honor Dr. John Seita, the program provides a tuition scholarship to students who have lived in foster care. It also provides a campus coach and resources for additional college expenses like room and board, books and fees.  In 2009, Michigan Education Trust established the Charitable Tuition Program and offered Charitable Contracts and contribution options. Public Acts 134 & 135 of 2009 provides a Michigan tax deduction for contributions to MET Charitable Tuition Program from individuals and entities.  In 2012, MET held fund raising events to provide $21,800 to four Michigan universities with established programs to aid foster care youth: Western Michigan University, Michigan State University, Ferris State University and University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. The funds were distributed to students through the universities’ financial aid offices.  Currently, nine Michigan colleges and universities have implemented programs to support former foster care youth who want to earn a college degree: Baker College – Flint, Eastern Michigan University, Ferris State University, Michigan State University, Saginaw Valley State University, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, University of Michigan – Flint, Wayne State University and Western Michigan University. These universities are eligible to receive MET funds.  Donations to MET’s Charitable Contributions program will directly assist students with tuition, fees, room, board, books and supplies.

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5  Gov. & Mrs. Rick Snyder, Honorary Chairpersons  Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Smith, Honorary Chairpersons  State Treasurer Andy Dillon, Chairperson  DHS Director Maura Corrigan, Chairperson

6  Gary Anderson, Michigan State University  C. Patrick Babcock, DHS Director  Paul & Amy Blavin, Blavin Scholars Program  Eliya Boji, Boji Group  Rep. Jase & Molly Bolger  Rep. Philip Cavanagh  Angelique Day, Wayne State University  Ronald DeCook, DeCook Governmental Policy & Strategies  Mark Delorey, Western Michigan University  Kevin Dittrich, Hungry Howie’s  John & Linda Dunn, Western Michigan University  David & Patsy Eisler, Ferris State University  Sen. Judy Emmons  Nolan Finley, Detroit News  Saba Gebrai, Park West Foundation  Carol Goss, Skillman Foundation  Marva Hammons, DHS Director  Cameron & Gail Hosner, Judson Center  Kathie House, Oakland Community College  Doug Howard, DHS Director  Mary Huebner  Sen. Rick Jones  Noble Kheder, Former DHS Director  Rep. Robert & Liz Kosowski  Rep. Kenneth Kurtz  D. William & Jean Lakin, Ferris State University  Jason Allen & Suzanne Miller-Allen  Marty Mitchell, Starr Commonwealth  Mark Murray, Meijer  Pastor Aaron & Trina Richardson, Evangel Ministries  Rochelle Riley, Detroit Free Press  Brian & Tiffany Rooney, DHS  Greg Rosine, Western Michigan University  Mr. & Mrs. Albert Scaglione, Park West Foundation  Robert & Nancy Schostak, Schostak Brothers  John Seita, Michigan State University  Rep. Mike Shirkey  John Smalley, AACFA  Rev. Kate Thoresen, Faith Community Coalition  Marianne Udow-Phillips, DHS Director  Yvonne Unrau, Western Michigan University  Michael Williams, Orchard’s Children Services  Marcella Wilson, Matrix Human Services

7 Through the generosity of Paul and Amy Blavin of the Blavin Foundation, every dollar raised during the Fostering Futures event will be matched up to $50, percent of the proceeds from this event, including sponsorships, directly benefit foster care students. Donations are tax deductible.

8 PRESENTING SPONSOR $20,000+ Logo as Presenting Sponsor on all printed marketing materials and MET website Logo on prominent signage throughout the event and noted as Presenting Sponsor by the emcee Referenced as Presenting Sponsor in all public relations activities and promotion with media partners Private dinner for four with the State Treasurer Andy Dillon (date TBA) 20 tickets Right of first acceptance for next year’s event Estimated Media is $45,000 + and estimated Web and print impressions will be 50,000 + PREMIER SPONSOR $15,000 Logo on prominent signage throughout the event and noted as Premier Sponsor by the emcee Logo as Premier Sponsor on all printed marketing materials and MET website Referenced as Premier Sponsor in all public relations activities and promotion with media partners 16 tickets Estimated Media Value is $30,000 + and estimated Web and print impressions will be 50,000 +

9 DINNER SPONSOR $10,000 - MEIJER Logo on prominent signage throughout the event and noted as Dinner Sponsor by the emcee Logo as Dinner Sponsor on all printed marketing materials and MET website as well as in all public relations activities and promotion with media partners 14 tickets Estimated Media Value is $20,000 + and estimated Web and print impressions will be 50,000 + PRESIDENTIAL SPONSOR $7,500 Recognition on signage at the event and MET website as well as mentions in all public relations activities and promotion with media partners Your name/logo on an approved take-away item given to each of the attendees 12 tickets Estimated Media Value is $10,000 + and estimated Web and print impressions will be 50,000 + GRADUATE SPONSOR $5,000 Logo on signage at the event and MET website as well as mentions in all public relations activities and promotion with media partners 10 tickets Estimated Media Value is $7,500 + and estimated Web and print impressions will be 50,000 +

10 FELLOWSHIP SPONSOR $2,500 Recognition on signage at the event and MET website as well as mentions in all public relations activities Eight tickets Estimated Media Value is $5,000 + SUPPORTING SPONSOR $1,000 Recognition on signage at the event and MET website as well as mentions in all public relations activities Four tickets CONTRIBUTOR $500 Recognition on signage at the event and in the event program SILENT AUCTION Donate items for silent auction Value of items donated are tax deductible on Michigan income tax form

11  WXYZ-TV 7  Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB)  WWJ-News Radio

12 PRESENTING SPONSOR: HUNGRY HOWIE’S PIZZA

13 SUPPORTING SPONSOR: INDEPENDENT BANK CONTRIBUTOR: LAFCU 100 percent of proceeds and donations, including sponsorships, directly benefit foster care students. Donations are tax deductible.

14 PRESENTING SPONSOR - Hungry Howie’s Logo as Presenting sponsor on all printed marketing materials, MET Web site & MET Facebook page Logo on blast to over 32,000 State, Legislative & City of Lansing employees Logo on prominent signage throughout the event Referenced as Presenting sponsor in all public relations activities and promotion with media partners Opportunity to distribute coupons Estimated Media is $10,000 + and estimated Web and print impressions will be 50,000 + GRADUATE SPONSOR $5,000 Logo on blast to over 32,000 State, Legislative & City of Lansing employees Logo on prominent signage throughout the event Logo as Premier sponsor on all printed marketing materials & MET Web site Referenced as Premier sponsor in all public relations activities and promotion with media partners 1 Table/Booth at event Estimated Media Value is $7,500 + and estimated Web and print impressions will be 50,000 +

15 FELLOWSHIP SPONSOR $2,500 Recognition on signage at the event & MET Web site 1 Table/Booth Estimated Media Value is $5,000 + SUPPORTING SPONSOR $1,000 Recognition on signage at the event 1 Table/Booth CONTRIBUTOR $500 Recognition on signage at the event RAFFLE DONATIONS Donate a MET contract or other items for raffle Value of items donated are tax deductible on Michigan income tax form

16 INITIAL GOAL: $1,000 PIZZA PARTY ON THE CAPITOL LAWN  Sponsored by Hungry Howie’s Pizza & Melting Moments Ice Cream  Generated more than $3,000

17 FIRST ANNUAL FOSTERING FUTURES DINNER  Sponsored by Huntington Bank, MESP, Stout Risius Ross Inc., & Pace and Partners  Media Partners: WXYZ-TV & MAB  Generated more than $18,000

18 Susan Haddad DBA Worldwide Robin Lott Michigan Education Trust Diane Brewer Michigan Education Trust


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