2010-2011 Corporate Partnerships Proposal


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Calling all financial services industry companies, community/civic organizations, business leaders and individuals who are interested in partnering with a non-profit organization focused on providing financial education for the underserved communities of Southern Dallas, while creating an environment for professional/leadership development for minorities in the industry.

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2010-2011 Corporate Partnerships Proposal

  1. 1. CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS Urban Financial Services Coalition partners with corporations and community organizations seeking to promote the personal and professional development of their employees as well as improve the financial condition of ethnically and culturally diverse communities through financial education, home ownership and community development.
  2. 2. CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP LEVELS WHY PARTNER WITH UFSC? Sponsorship Levels  Provide talented and culturally diverse employees with a resource for profes- Diamond $10,000 Partnership package includes: sional development  $5,000 in McMillan 20 scholarships given in  Opportunity to brand your company as a the name of company supporter of Educational Advancement  Unlimited recognition as a sponsor on all and Financial Education.  Access to a diverse talent pool both local event and program collaterals and national  Sponsor ad on website homepage and newslet-  Impact underserved communities ter  Ten (10) employee memberships Platinum $5,000 Partnership package includes: Silver $1,000 Partnership package includes:  $2,000 in McMillan 20 scholarships given in  Financial Fitness Starter Kit valued at $100 to the name of company a UFSC DFW Youth Program  Recognition as a sponsor on select event and  Sponsor recognition on website program collaterals  Two (2) employee memberships  Sponsor recognition on website and newsletter  Five (5) employee memberships Interested in a corporate partnership opportunity? Contact: Gold $2,500 Partnership package includes:  $1,000 in McMillan 20 scholarships given in Corporate Sponsorships the name of company 214-233-3932  Recognition as a sponsor on select event and partners@ufscdfw.org program collaterals  Sponsor recognition on website and newsletter www.UFSCDFW.org  Two (2) employee memberships Urban Financial Services Coalition Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter P.O. Box 226991 Dallas, TX 75222 214-233-3932 phone/fax
  3. 3. OTHER PARTNERSHIP A SPECIAL STORY OPPORTUNITIES McMillan 20: College Bound… Reaching for the Possible Trade Show/Conferences: In 2003, the Dallas Morning News ran an article on a UFSC regularly exhibits at diversity organization special teacher at J.J. McMillan Primary School who events. engaged twenty (20) third grade students in an exer- cise to raise their awareness about college and to start Sponsor: them on the road to making college their goal.  A speaking engagement at a conference  Mixer/networking events at a conference The students wrote letters to Historically Black Col-  A UFSC DFW education seminar leges and Universities of their choice, requesting me- mentos for the schools to keep as reminders of their Networking and Business Development Events: goal of their future goals. To their surprise, all of the Chapter members engage in events exposing them to schools responded to the students’ requests, sending industry professionals throughout the Metroplex. cups, banners, brochures and other memorabilia.  Quarterly mixer/networking events for industry The Dallas Chapter of Urban Financial Services Coali- professionals tion (UFSC-Dallas) adopted the twenty students, nam-  Interaction with other professional organizations ing the group the “McMillan 20”, to mentor and pro-  Corporate Employee Networking Group events vide $200 each annually toward their goal of college. Seven years later, we are in touch with sixteen of the Financial Education to underserved communities twenty students who are now 10th graders, continuing who seek assistance in the areas of: to mentor, provide college preparedness workshops and other activities to keep them focused on their goal.  Basics of Banking  Setting Financial Goals & Budgeting In the month of June 2012, UFSC DFW Chapter plans  Debt Management and Credit Repair to present $2,000 to each McMillan 20 student to be  Investments and Financial Planning used toward their first semester of post-secondary edu-  Youth Financial Education cation. Your support will help us to help these extraordinary students. Provide Mentoring for a diverse pool of talent in the financial services industry, seeking personal and pro- FINANCIAL SERVICES’ FUTURE fessional development. All About the I.C.E. (Inspired, Committed, Empowered) Influence Youth & College Students: UFSC programs focus on providing financial educa- This is a unique program providing professional de- tion, mentors and tuition assistance are key to increas- velopment, financial education, resume writing, mock ing students chances for success in life. job interview workshops and more to prepare college students for careers in the financial services industry.
  4. 4. GROWING INDIVIDUALS BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS INVESTING IN COMMUNITIES We want to help you groom your top, diverse talent while serving those who need your help the most. A partnership with UFSC is a smart choice… Let’s Start Today! Call: 214-233-3932 Email: partners@ufscdfw.org Urban Financial Services Coalition—Dallas/Fort Worth • P.O. Box 226991 Dallas, TX 75222 • 214-233-3932 phone/fax