SPONSOR AN ELDER SERVICE PROVIDERS
Sponsoring one of our MONTHLY LUNCHEONS is a great way to get your business out in front of the membership. All you have to do is arrange for a speaker. The location is already set and ESP Board members handle the money at check in.
With your $100 sponsorship, your organization is front and center for your sponsorship month:
- You have ten to fifteen minutes at the luncheon to promote your business and talk about any aspect of it; what your business is about, upcoming events, introduction of your staff, whatever you’d like.
- You have the opportunity to put your marketing materials on the tables in front of each attendee. (Only the sponsor may distribute materials on the tables.)
- Two email blasts during the month will let everyone know about your sponsorship and the speaker you have invited.
- Your information will be posted on the home page and various pages throughout our ESP website during your sponsorship month.
If you have questions, or would like to sponsor one of our monthly networking luncheons, please contact Melinda Herrera to confirm the details.
If you are already a scheduled sponsor and would like to pay for your sponsorship, please fill out the form to the right.
Annual Membership BBQ!
Luncheon Sponsor: Elder Service Providers
This Luncheon is all about you! Celebrate the year, vote on board members, enjoy a BBQ and vote in the annual dessert dash. We can't wait to see you there!
Luncheon Sponsor: Christian Healthcare Center
Christian Health Care Center is a non-profit skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility that serves Whatcom County residents. Our caring and knowledgeable staff provide a full range of healthcare services to people recovering from injury, overcoming illness, or in need of long-term care.
Speaker: Todd Elsworth
PARKscriptions, A Wellness Program
Through Parkscriptions, Todd works to partner with doctors and other health care providers to prescribe time outdoors. Parkscriptions connects patients with positive outdoor experiences for healthier lifestyles and improved mental and physical health. Their primary goal is to simply get people to spend time in nature. What they do while they are outside is secondary.