About Our Sponorship Program
The PNGAS Corporate Membership program is designed to sustain and develop partnerships between business, schools and non-profit organizations, our PNGAS Business Action Council (BAC), and the Pennsylvania Army and Air National Guard. These conversations help industry better serve the Guard while assisting PNGAS in defining and executing its legislative priorities.
$25,000 League of Pennsylvania: Specific project(s) or initiative(s) to assist Guard members, veterans and their families. All benefits of Commonwealth Club with an acknowledgement of value and exemplary gratitude for past, present, and future initiatives designed to optimize successes and accomplishments.
$10,000 Keystone Leadership: Specific project(s) or initiative(s) to assist Guard members, veterans and their families. All benefits of Commonwealth Club with an acknowledgement of value and exemplary gratitude for past, present, and future initiatives designed to optimize successes and accomplishments.
$2,500 Commonwealth Club: Our team goal is developing 12-month, $2,500 Commonwealth Club annual sponsorships that drive engagement to advance the important mission of PNGAS. (details below). Through written agreements, we focus on delivering immediate and sustained value to goals and objectives defined by each member with identified next steps and deliverables:
- Commonwealth Club attribution and logo on website, marketing and newsletters, https://conta.cc/2RLqd7e.
- 10×10 booth at PNGAS conference and its 1st Responder, Veterans and Guard Awards programs on the Friday/Saturday of Nov 6th & 7th.
- 6-8 exclusive meetings with the Adjutant General and leaders of PANG, including 2-exclusive meetings with TAG at the conference, several in Washington, several at HQ1 and Fort Indiantown Gap.
- 1/2-page Ad and Logo in the Guard Guide. listed as Commonwealth Club member, http://bit.ly/389Wprv.
- Invite to the exclusive Summer TAG Gathering for Commonwealth Club members.
- Resolution support at the Federal level.
- Free job posting code on PNGAS Jobs Board https://pngas.jobboardhq.com/.
- All other Commonwealth Club benefits.
- In addition, PNGAS works with each member to develop 2-3 projects/initiatives within the parameters of DoD and National Guard rules and protocols.
2020 PNGAS Annual Conference Sponsorships:
$7,000 PNGAS Legislative Agenda – Advocacy Sponsor – Speak Friday and Saturday Night and dinner table
$5,000 Keynote Speaker Sponsor – Speak Saturday Night and dinner table on Saturday night
$5,000 Friday Night Awards Sponsor **(Friday Night – Speak Friday Night and dinner table Saturday night
**$3,000 Friday Afternoon Break Sponsor – and banner ads in Military Trade Show
$3,000 Saturday Vendor Hall Breakfast Sponsor – and banner ads in Military Trade Show
$3,000 Saturday Vendor Hall Lunch Sponsor – and banner ads in Military Trade Show
$3,000 PNGAS 2020 Auxiliary Brunch Sponsor (Saturday) – and banner ads in Military Trade Show
$3,000 2020 Cadet Day Sponsor – Speak at Cadet Day and dinner table on Saturday night
All conference sponsorships greater than $3,000 include Commonwealth Club membership benefits
$1,000 Bronze Exhibitor Space includes booth, conference access and 2 tickets to Saturday dinner
$600 – Booth at Conference – details pending
RAFFLES/DOOR PRIZES: Throughout the year, PNGAS and the Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation (501(c)(3)) welcome your donations of door prizes, gifts and contributions for the PNGAS Conference, Guard2Guard, and the PNGAS Gifts4GuardKids program.
WE ARE PNGAS, the Pennsylvania National Guard Associations, the only organization exclusively promoting the highest levels of readiness, modernization and quality of life for our 19,438 members and 67,500 veterans of the Pennsylvania National Guard, and their spouses and families, while making sure our men and women have the very-best equipment and resources. Over the next 12-months, the Pennsylvania National Guard must recruit more than 2,300 new members to replace Guard members that have completed their commitments and/or retired. As a direct result, PNGAS legislative, budget and mission priorities reflect the critical need to attract, train and retain quality women and men in the Guard and recognize institutions that help optimize recruitment, retention and procurement strategies of the Pennsylvania National Guard. PNGAS helps members, veterans, and their spouses and families get the benefits they have earned.
As your Executive Director, we have developed a tight, cohesive, professional team; defining needs and focusing PNGAS talent and resources to deliver strong results. Legislatively, PNGAS played a strong supporting role in the enactment of (1) the first-in-nation, Military Family Education Program (MFEP), a new $32,000 tuition benefit for spouses and children of Guard members that re-enlist for a 2nd six-year enlistment, (2) enhancements to the $13.265 Million Education Assistance Program (EAP), a $32,000 tuition benefit for a members first 6-year enlistment, (3) multi-state reciprocity law for professional licenses, (4) pay equity for senior officers, and (5) $1 million funding for the Keystone Youth Challenge Academy. The PNGAS Legislative Agenda is powered by Phantom Lights.
Our strongest recruiting tool, the Educational Assistance Program (EAP) has paid more than $218.9 million in tuition benefits to members of the Pennsylvania National Guard since inception. Very soon, the Military Family Education Program will be our strong retention tool.
Over the past 12-months, PNGAS has launched several excellent initiatives already making positive impacts, including the PNGAS Gifts4GuardKids program, PNGAS Guard-Friendly Schools designation; three Action Councils; and, PNGAS Jobs Board where we hope you consider posting job openings https://pngas.jobboardhq.com/.
Simply put, we want PNGAS to be the best state association in the National Guard!
Through our PNGAS Action Councils, our redesigned PNGAS sponsorship offerings are crafted to build relationships between business, schools and non-profit organizations with the Pennsylvania Army and Air National Guard. These relevant conversations help PNGAS define and execute its legislative priorities, facilitate industry innovations, and help PNGAS grow grassroots coalitions to secure passage of priority legislation and funding. By listening, this year we set a Commonwealth Club record for 12-month $2,500 relationship agreements with PNGAS that detail deliverables for many events, programs, and marketing/branding opportunities throughout the year.
WE ARE PNGAS, delivering proven results and looking forward to working together with Guard-Friendly organizations to advance The Guard and support our members, veterans and their spouses and families.
Kathleen Fabrizi, Executive Director
PNGAS and Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation