Hole Out for Hope Golf Tournament - Sponsorship



Sponsorship packages are available to align your organization with other recognized Toronto philanthropists and business leaders. By supporting Schizophrenia Society of Ontario, you support those affected by mental illness across Ontario. 

Sponsorship packages available:

Par Sponsor   $300.00 CAD
Benefits Include:
- Hole Signage: Company logo to appear at designated hole
- Event Program: Corporate name recognition under Par Sponsors (220 Distributed)
- Multimedia presentation: Name recognition under Par Sponsor during dinner
- Promotional material or item for gift bags (opportunity available)

Birdie Sponsor (4 Opportunities)   $1,000.00 CAD
Sponsor 1 of 4 contest holes at the event.
Contest Holes include:
- Longest Drive                    - Putting Contest
- Closest to the Pin              - Closest to the Craigo

Benefits Include:
- Hole signage to include company name at designated hole
- Naming rights to the sponsored contest
- Sponsor Board: Logo recognition on signage throughout venue
- Event Program - corporate logo recognition under Birdie Sponsor
- Multimedia Presentation: Logo recognition under Birdie Sponsor during dinner
- Promotional material or item for gift bags
Eagle Sponsor (5 Opportunities)   $2,500.00 CAD
Become an exclusive sponsor of one of three tournament areas:
- Dinner Sponsor  - Golf Carts Sponsor           - Gifts Sponsor

Benefits Include:
- Prominent recognition on all advertising and event promotional materials
- Event program - Half Page corporate advertisement
- Logo/link recognition on Hole Out for Hope website
- One complimentary foursome including all player benefits
- Verbal Recognition throughout the evening by emcee
- Multimedia Presentation: logo recognition under Eagle Sponsor throughout dinner
- First right of refusal for Eagle Sponsor for the 2020 Hole Out For Hope
- Sponsor Recognition in post-event newsletter
- Name Recognition in SSO's Annual Report 


About Events

The Schizophrenia Society of Ontario is proud to offer events to the public that aim to educate the public about schizophrenia and create an environment for individuals who have schizophrenia, family and friends to learn more about it.