SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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Huemanity Salons

FOR HUEMANITY SALONS 2022

Join our efforts to educate and inspire by advertising or sponsoring our programs throughout the year. This year, we are building out our HUEmanity Salon Series with a full schedule of events in beautiful Los Gatos, California. Here you will find more information our Sponsorship Levels and Forms.

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Change Maker

Gbedu Talking Drums ~ $2,000

  • Live Verbal Acknowledgement at all HUEmanity Salons 2022

  • Full Page Display Ad in HUEmanity Salons 2022 Program Guide

  • Premiere Logo Placement in  HUEmanity Salons 2022 Program Guide

  • Premiere Logo Placement on all AWỌ Social Media Pages

  • Premiere Logo Placement in AWỌ e-Newsletter

  • Premiere Logo Placement on AWỌ Website

Bridge Maker

Sakara Talking Drums ~ $1,000

  • Live Verbal Acknowledgement at one HUEmanity Salon 2022

  • Half Page Display Ad in HUEmanity Salons 2022 Program Guide

  • Premiere Logo Placement in HUEmanity Salons 2022 Program Guide

  • Logo Placement on AWỌ Facebook Page

  • Logo Placement in AWỌ e-Newsletter

  • Logo Placement on AWỌ Website

Storyteller

Bàtá Talking Drums ~ $500

  • Quarter Page Display Ad in HUEmanity Salons 2022 Program Guide 

  • Logo Placement in HUEmanity Salons 2022 Program Guide

  • Premiere Logo Placement in AWO e-Newsletter

  • Logo Placement on AWỌ Website

Messenger

Gángan Talking Drums ~ $250

  • Eighth Page Display Ad in HUEmanity Salons 2022 Program Guide

  • Logo Placement in HUEmanity Salons 2022 Program Guide

  • Logo Placement on AWỌ Website

SPONSOR A HUEMANITY SALON FOR YOUR BUSINESS!

In Nigerian Yorùbá culture, detailed messages could be sent by a drummer, the Àyàn, from one village to the next faster than could be carried by a person riding a horse. The bending of the pitch of the drum was designed to replicate language that others hearing it would understand, and used to call people from far away to attend important cultural events. Today, the Yorùbá talking drums like Gbedu, Sakara, Bàtá and Gángan are metaphors for AWỌ’s calling of people within hearing range to come and hear the stories of the diverse performers at these salons talking about social justice, inclusion and community. 

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For premier sponsorship levels and customized benefits
above $2,000, please contact info@awocenter.org.