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What’s your cancer story? 2022 CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP GUIDE


Dear Friends and Heroes, While we continue to navigate uncharted waters, cancer hasn’t retreated. In fact, the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic laid new obstacles in the paths of those battling cancer and caused others to skip or delay important screenings. Our mission, to serve the Indiana cancer community by providing meaningful support to cancer patients, education to promote cancer prevention, and resources to advance research for a cure – is even more important today. And we can’t do it without you. Please consider becoming a 2022 Heroes Foundation corporate partner. If you’re already part of the Heroes family, please continue your support. Our corporate partnership package can be designed to meet the needs of your organization from a philanthropic, marketing, and volunteer perspective. Everyone has a cancer story. Whether it’s a friend, family member, neighbor, coworker, or yourself – cancer doesn’t discriminate. So we ask, what’s your cancer story? And how can we work together to beat this deadly disease? Sincerely,

Vince Todd, Jr. Chairman and Co-Founder

Kelly Smith Executive Director

2022 Heroes Foundation Corporate Partnership Guide


What’s your cancer story? Everyone has one. When someone is diagnosed with cancer — so are their friends, their family members, and their loved ones. That’s why we’re here. To prevent people from getting cancer in the first place. To encourage regular screenings. To champion better treatment options. To ensure no one battles alone.

#whatsurcancerstory


2021 Summit Partners EVEREST Partners

denali Partners

Kilimanjaro Partners

2022 Heroes Foundation Corporate Partnership Guide


Corporate Partners and In-Kind Donors • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

American Structurepoint Anthem BC/BS of IN Apex Benefits Appian Media Ascension St. Vincent Barrett Eye Care Bingham Greenbaum Doll Bose McKinney & Evans Bright Ideas Browning Investments BuildSmart Caliber Home Loans Ceramic Industrial Coatings Community Health Network Cookies for Kids’ Cancer Cortez Labs - Orca DairyChem/Church Family Foundation Delta Faucet Dentons Bingham Greenebaum Dr. Anna Maria Storniolo and Dr. Joel Scherer First Bank of Richmond First Financial Bank First Internet Bank Founders Foursome Four Day Ray Goelzer Investment Management H.J. Spier Co. Harding Poorman Henkel Highland Golf and Country Club Hokanson Companies Hollister Corp

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HotBox Pizza Ice Miller Indiana Health Industry Forum Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Fruit Indianapolis Healthplex Jiffy Lube Just Pop In Karen Key Marlett Photography Katz Sapper Miller Kelly Todd Group F.C. Tucker K-Medical LLC Leo Brown Group Lilly Oncology MacAlister Machinery Markey’s Rentals and Staging Matt Green Matt King Realty Group McAlister’s Deli at Cool Creek McNamara Merchants Bank Monarch Morgan Stanley Mark Linden Moser Consulting Mosquito Joe of Central Indiana NCP Coatings Newgrange Consulting Passageways PepsiCo Platform 24 Priority Physicians

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Rad Brewing Co. Renita Haines, CPA Rich Plum SBC Wealth Management Schwarz Partners Senior Home Companions Shurig Solutions Singer Wealth Advisory of Raymond James SoBro Spirits Sophisticated Living Southern Wine & Spirits Starmount Forest Country Club Steve and Angie Bell Sun King Superior Chemical Taft Law The Birch Family The Brauer Family Foundation The Creighton Family Fund The Lesher Family The Linden Family The Peachey Family The Rufenbarger Family The Schaffer Family The Teed Family TKO Graphix Tree-O TSI Energy Solutions UBS - Schillaci, Johns, Wenstrup, and Associates UnitedHealthOne Upland Brewing

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Hanson & Feary Sensory Technologies Specialized Taft Law United Health One

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Team Heroes Partners • • • • •

Community Health Network Eliel Engel & Volkers Gray Goat Sports Grin Dentistry

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Motion Cycling & Fitness Oak Street Funding Republic Services SBC Wealth Management Scopelitis - Garvin Light

2022 Heroes Foundation Corporate Partnership Guide


2022 Summit Partnerships SUMMIT PARTNERSHIPS DUE BY JANUARY 7, 2022

Everest $20,000

Denali $15,000

Kilimanjaro $7,500

Heroes Foundation Summit Partners provide critical support to our organization throughout the entire year. These corporate partners are engaged in the Heroes Foundation in various ways and are represented at all five of our 2022 fundraising events. The Heroes Foundation will work with your company or organization to identify the Summit Partnership that best meets your philanthropic and employee engagement goals and objectives. Summit Partnership benefits can include, but are not limited to, a combination of the following opportunities: Summit partners will be featured guests on The Summits podcast and for Summit Partner Spotlights on all Heroes Foundation social media outlets. Partner recognition through social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram), Annual Report, Heroes Foundation website, emails (3,100+ subscribers) Invitations to exclusive Heroes-in-Action Experiences Exclusive Heroes for the cancer community volunteer opportunities for employees Partner recognition on event signage and related collateral, and live recognition during all five Heroes Foundation events Premium seating, and admission and team entries to Heroes Foundation events Opportunities for Heroes-branded apparel

For more information, contact us at 317-983-6580 x4007 or email Kelly Smith at ksmith@heroesfoundation.org.

2022 Heroes Foundation Corporate Partnership Guide


A La Carte Event Partnerships AN EVENING WITH HEROES JAN. 29, 2022 PARTNERSHIP LEVELS

Presenting: $20,000

PARTNERSHIPS DUE BY JAN. 7, 2022

Hero: $15,000

Advocate: $10,000

Fellow: $5,000

Patron: $3,000

5 tables

3 tables

2 tables

1 table

(limit 2)

Premium tables for guests with table signage.*

*

5 tables

Event naming rights.

Exclusive Heroes for the Cancer Community volunteer opportunities for employees.

Invitations to exclusive Heroes-in-Action Experiences.

Special partner recognition on event signage, in event program, and on screens while guests are dining.

Podium recognition during event.

Partnership listing on Heroes Foundation website and in social media communication.

Recognition on Givergy auction system scrolling on guests’ smartphones.

Recognition in Annual Report (2,000 printed, 1,850 mailed, PDF distributed year round via social media, email, website).

Guest numbers may be restricted based on local health guidelines.

FIT4HEROES SPRING 2022 PARTNERSHIP LEVELS Complimentary team entries.

PARTNERSHIPS DUE BY MARCH 4, 2022 Presenting: $10,000 (limit 2)

10 team entries

Tour: $2,500

Stage: $1,000

Prologue: $500

4 team entries

2 team entries

1 team entry

Event naming rights.

Recognition on event signage, podium recognition during event, and on screens during event.

Partnership listing on Heroes Foundation website and in social media communication.

Heroes headwear for all team participants.

Recognition in Annual Report (2,000 printed, 1,850 mailed, PDF distributed year round via social media, email, website).

Due to COVID-19, event details – including dates, times, and numbers may be subject to change based on local health guidelines.

2022 Heroes Foundation Corporate Partnership Guide


WINE TASTING WITH PEACHEY

PARTNERSHIP DUE BY MAY 20, 2022

JUNE 20, 2022 Presenting: $5,000

PARTNERSHIP LEVELS

(limit 2)

Event naming rights.

Grateful Red: $2,000

Wishful White: $1,000

Inspire Rosé: $500

6 tickets

4 tickets

2 tickets

 

Opportunity to deliver remarks during program. Complimentary event tickets.

8 tickets

“Just Peachey” cookbooks.

8 copies

Bottles of Peace Water wine.

2 bottles

2 bottles

1 bottle

1 bottle

Recognition on event signage.

Partnership listing on Heroes Foundation website and in social media communication.

SWING4HEROES

PARTNERSHIP DUE BY SEPT. 8, 2022

SEPTEMBER 2022 Presenting: $7,500

PARTNERSHIP LEVELS

(limit 2)

Ace/Foursome: $2,500

Birdie: $1,000

Event naming rights.

Foursome entries.

2 entries

1 entry

Recognition on event signage.

Partnership listing on Heroes Foundation website and in social media communication.

Verbal recognition throughout day of event.

Opportunity to include branded item in participant bags.

Hole: $500

Recognition on boxed lunches.

Signage placed at tee box of individual hole.

Recognition in Annual Report (2,000 printed, 1,850 mailed, PDF distributed year round via social media, email, website).

#PIFF PARTY

PARTNERSHIPS DUE BY SEPTEMBER 30, 2022

OCTOBER 2022 Presenting: $5,000

Medal of Honor: $2,500

Special Forces: $1,000

Ally: $500

40 GA

20 GA

8 GA

4 GA

Recognition on event signage and recognition during event.

Partnership listing on Heroes Foundation website and in social media communication.

Recognition in Annual Report (2,000 printed, 1,850 mailed, PDF distributed year round via social media, email, website).

PARTNERSHIP LEVELS

(limit 2)

Event naming rights. Entries to the #PIFF Party.

Due to COVID-19, event details – including dates, times, and numbers may be subject to change based on local health guidelines.

2022 Heroes Foundation Corporate Partnership Guide


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