Dear Sponsors and Friends,
The Iota Phi foundation exists to help families in the Homewood and surrounding communities. Our emphasis over the past 40 years has been in helping families during Thanksgiving, Christmas and providing scholarships for college education. Our partners in this endeavor have been NEED, UPMC, GIANT EAGLE, KBK and Highmark. For the next three years, we are increasing our outreach by taking on a capital campaign to raise $150,000. These funds will assist us in much needed maintenance of our Fraternity Center located at 123 Meadow Street in the Homewood-Larimer Neighborhood. Many of our programs are carried out at the center.
We know our sponsors have at the core of their mission a desire to give back to the local community, and we greatly appreciate your support in years past. In the past, the support of your organizations, along with others, helped us to host over 1,000 local families facing challenges during the Christmas and Thanksgiving Seasons. Our community days, Thanksgiving Giveaways, Christmas Toy Giveaways, and Scholarship Awards are well documented and have been covered by the local newspaper and television station. We are anxiously looking forward to even greater success in the future.
Below are the details concerning our Capital Campaign sponsorship levels:
- $10,000 - Gold Medal: Banner with your company name and logo on our website and printed brochure. Name as presenting sponsor on a major event (Achievement,Talent Hunt, Golf Outing, Christmas or Thanksgiving Drive)
- $5,000 - Purple Medal: Banner with your company name and logo on our website and printed brochure. Co-Sponsorship on a major event
- $1,500 - Bronze Medal: Acknowledgement on printed materials
It should be noted that the foundation’s members have pledged $30,000 towards our goal of $150,000.
If your organization would like to participate in this year’s event as a sponsor, please contact me with the amount of your donation or click on the “Donate” tab above. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Yours in service,
Rodney B. Jones, Sr. - Chairman
Iota Phi Foundation, Inc.