Obtain sponsors for an event by making a website that includes a sponsorship application form and including its URL on all relevant media and promotional materials. Reaching out directly to local businesses or checking the sponsorship pages of large corporations are other options. It is also possible to reach out through social media to locate sponsors or other opportunities.
Depending on the size and scope of the event, it may be helpful to create an official website or another form of online presence that includes full details about sponsorship. The site can feature details about the event itself and how sponsors can help to make it happen, including monetary and other options such as products or services to provide. The site should also include different levels of sponsorship to demonstrate the ability of any party to contribute. Event organizers should include this website on all official materials for the event in addition to sharing the site in press releases or on social media accounts of participants to help reach as many people as possible.
It is also possible to find sponsors for the event by asking over social media channels or reaching out to companies through business social networking sites. Another option is to contact local businesses and ask if they are willing to sponsor the event. Organizers can provide the sponsorship website or other materials to the business, highlighting the ways in which the money or goods can help. Some large corporations also have official sponsorship request forms on their websites.