ANVCA is looking to build Partnerships. The ANVCA Partnership package has different levels as well as a variety of ways for corporations (or individuals) to get involved with our organization. Developing long term (one year) engagements make sense for both the business and ANVCA. A Partnership means each entity shares in the responsibility to “promote success of our Village Corporations and protection of our Native Lands.” Additionally, Partners receive prominent face time and attention from its involvement with ANVCA.
Partners Vs. Sponsors
At ANVCA we are defining our Partners and our Sponsors differently. Partners are making a long term investment in ANVCA to help us achieve our mission and vision, visit our Mission & Vision page. ANVCA Sponsors are purchasing advertising and promotion at specific events, which allows ANVCA to organize these special activities. Typically each event will offer different levels of sponsorship giving nearly every size business an opportunity to engage or Members and Partners.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Can someone be a Sponsor and a Partner?
Answer: Yes. We greatly appreciate both, Members are also encouraged to sponsor activities.
Question: Who can become a Partner?
Answer: Nearly anyone. We encourage Alaska Native Village Corporations to become Members rather than Partners, but other business and individuals who share our mission are encouraged to become Partners.
Question: Who can become a Sponsor?
Answer: Nearly anyone. Members, Partners or anyone interested in promoting their business can sponsor ANVCA activities.
Question: How do I become a Partner or Sponsor?