What Dreams are made of

9th Annual

Help us celebrate this special event by supporting
the literacy project
www.literacyproj.org

The Literacy Project's 9th annual gala brings together philanthropists, literacy experts, passionate supporters of education and those who care to give the gift of literacy to at-risk students performing below English proficiency.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018
6:00 PM
NEWPORT BEACH COUNTRY CLUB

Literacy Visionary (Presenting Sponsor)

  • (20) Tickets and most preferred seating
  • The Literacy Project's "Literacy Visionary" stage presentation
  • Name recognition/logo on TLP website (1-yr.) with banner ad on pre- and post-event page
  • Name recognition/logo on email marketing campaign
  • Name recognition/logo on all printed event materials, invitation, signage, and a/v presentation
  • Acknowledgement in collateral for PR and social media campaigns
  • The Literacy Project's
  • 9th ANNUAL GALA
  • Thursday, September 27, 2018
  • Newport Beach Country Club

Your gift will provide literacy instruction for 75 kids x 30 hours each of instruction = 2250 hours of teaching

Purchase for $10,000

Literacy Champion

  • (10) Tickets and preferred seating
  • Name recognition/logo on TLP website (6-mo.) on pre- and post-event page
  • Name recognition/logo on email marketing campaign
  • Name recognition/logo on all printed event materials, invitation, signage, and a/v presentation
  • Acknowledgement in collateral for PR and social media campaigns

Your gift will provide literacy instruction for 50 kids x 30 hours each of instruction = 1500 hours of teaching

Purchase for $5,000

Doctorate Degree

  • (10) Tickets and preferred seating
  • Name recognition on all printed event materials, invitation, signage, and a/v presentation
  • Acknowledgement in collateral for PR and social media campaigns

Your gift will provide literacy instruction for 25 kids x 30 hours each of instruction = 750 hours of teaching

Purchase for $2,500

Professor

  • (6) Tickets and preferred seating
  • Name recognition on all printed event materials, signage, and a/v presentation

Your gift will provide literacy instruction for 15 kids x 30 hours each of instruction = 450 hours of teaching

Purchase for $1,500

Master's Degree

  • (2) Tickets and preferred seating
  • Name recognition on all printed event materials, signage, and a/v presentation

Your gift will provide literacy instruction for 6 kids x 30 hours each of instruction = 180 hours of teaching

Purchase for $600

Table (10 Tickets)

  • (10) Tickets and your own table
Purchase for $2,000

Purchase Individual Tickets

Purchase for $225 each

The Literacy Project's 9th annual gala brings together philanthropists, literacy experts, passionate supporters of education and those who care to give the gift of literacy to at-risk students performing below English proficiency. The following sponsorship packages were designed to reach everyone at different levels of engagement. We are also open to making a customized package in order to meet your needs.


About The Literacy Project

The Literacy Project is proud to announce the launch of our reading program service to struggling readers in two new locations in South Summit County, Utah; Silver Summit Academy and South Summit Elementary, beginning in the 2018-19 school year.

The Literacy Project offers a comprehensive instructional program that improves both academic and attitudinal levels of students performing well below English proficiency standards. The academic segment utilizes The New Phonics Game™, a proprietary reading product which was co-developed by The Regents of the University of California. The 30-hour program is administered by TLP’s Master Teachers who are highly credentialed as reading and language arts specialists. The program is provided at “no cost” to both the school and at-risk students in the second grade. The program teaches the fundamental principles of phonics and literacy in all three learning modalities—auditory, visual and tactile—critical to children with varying learning styles. Founded in 2009, TLP has served more than 8,500 struggling readers to become fundamentally proficient and more self-confident in reading.