The Project HOPE NEXTGeneration Leadership Board in DC and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) are co-hosting an evening of networking and a robust discussion on challenges facing the global health and national security communities and the international response to health and humanitarian crisis such as HIV/AIDS and Ebola. We invite you to join some of the most respected names in the global health and national security fields through becoming a valued sponsor of Securing HOPE.
Your sponsorship will provide you the opportunity to appear front and center at this event as our expert panel discusses critical challenges facing the global health and national security agendas. By becoming a Securing HOPE sponsor, you will be joining a group of influential public and private partners in providing critical support to Project HOPE and YPFP, ensuring the continuation of their missions. Securing HOPE sponsors have the opportunity to select their level of support, outlined below:
Presenting Sponsor: $5,000+ - Only two spots available!
Platinum Sponsor: $3,500+
Diamond Sponsor: $2,000+
Sapphire Sponsor: $1,000+
For information on sponsor benefits or more ways you can support this exciting event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your consideration and we hope you can join us on February 4th!
Register and learn more about the event, including panelist information, by following this link: http://www.ypfp.org/global_health_issues_20160204
About Project HOPE NEXTGen:
The Project HOPE NEXTGeneration Leadership Board (NEXTGen) is a group of young professionals, innovators and entrepreneurs committed to ensuring the legacy of Project HOPE (Health Opportunities for People Everywhere) for the next generation. Founded in New York City in 2013 and then expanded to DC in 2015, the NEXTGen Boards mobilize their networks and help raise awareness of the global impact of Project HOPE’s work and its mission to provide lasting solutions to health problems around the world. Project HOPE is currently active in more than 30 countries, delivering health care, health education and training, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. For more information, visit www.projecthope.org.