Sponsorship

The Sustainability Festival takes place from 11th May to 1st June, across St Albans, Harpenden and the villages. We are encouraging businesses to get more involved this year, and here is how you can get involved:

The festival aims to raise awareness and encourage local groups and individuals to get involved in doing practical things to improve the environmental sustainability of the district in which they live.

“It’s our district, we love it, and we want to make it sustainable for generations to come”

  • Run an event during the week – registration closes on 31st January. You can down load the form here
  • Sponsor Sustainable St Albans Week as a whole: see below
  • Sponsor the Sustainable St Albans Market ’take-over’ event with stalls and events in the centre of St Albans on Sun 19th May specifically:see below

If you are interested in sponsoring Sustainable St Albans Week 2018, we have the following options: Please contact us here

 Community Sponsor – £1000 – for this your logo will be on the banner, website and flyers, and you will have a full page advert in the programme.

Gold sponsor – £500 – for this your logo will be on the website and flyers, and you will have a full page advert in the programme

Adverts – £200 for ½ page ad in programme

Other – We are happy to discuss other sponsorship options, including of the Market Take-over.


How will my sponsorship help? 

Your sponsorship will help us to co-ordinate and promote the festival, with over 100 local groups taking part and running an activity or event all about environmental sustainability. Our core funding from the Big Lottery pays for the basic co-ordination and some graphic design. Beyond that, the festival needs your help to take place!

Our funding is used for the co-ordination; communications; graphic design, and publication of the brochures. We aim to publish circa 8,000 A5 brochures – distributed throughout the district, using community, business, faith groups and schools as our distribution network, as well as market stalls, and brochures in local council offices, tourist locations and businesses.