LIBERTY FORUM AND FREEDOM DINNER SPONSORSHIPS
About Liberty Forum and Freedom Dinner
Liberty Forum and Freedom Dinner is the most inspirational event of the worldwide liberty movement. Each year the event brings together hundreds of freedom champions to celebrate the most exceptional work to improve human well-being by limiting government and advancing individual freedom.
At this year's Freedom Dinner, we will announce the $100,000 winner of the Templeton Freedom Award; we will lift our glasses as inspiring speakers offer a Toast to Freedom; and we will host our popular “Think Tank Shark Tank Competition” through which Atlas Network partners pitch exciting projects to advance the cause of liberty!
Freedom Dinner will be held on Wednesday, November 8, 2017, at the legendary venue Capitale in lower Manhattan. This festive gala dinner is preceded by the two-day Liberty Forum conference at Crowne Plaza Times Square. This is where you will find the freedom movement’s most thoughtful leaders, generous philanthropists, and passionate advocates. This is where the worldwide freedom movement discovers new strategies and finds reservoirs of inspiration to take its work to new heights.
Liberty Forum and Freedom Dinner annually brings together 600 top leaders of the freedom movement from over 50 different countries. Attendees range in age, gender, ethnicity, and financial influence. The organizations represented include established and effective free market think tanks and smaller start up organizations all working to advance freedom around he world.
View sponsorship options below and complete your sponsorship though our Eventbrite registration system (just press “register” and scroll down and select the correct sponsorship option) or send a check to:
|Attn: Stephanie Lips/FreedomDinner|
|1201 L St NW|
|Washington, DC 20005|
If you have any questions or would like to discuss your sponsorship, contact Stephanie Giovanetti Lips at Stephanie@AtlasNetwork.org.
Benefactor Sponsorship - $100,000
2 VIP Freedom Dinner tables for 10 guests each, 10 tickets to Liberty Forum and Atlas Club Briefing, premium signage, 6 feet of display space at Liberty Forum, and recognition from the podium at Freedom Dinner.
Antony Fisher Circle Sponsorship - $50,000
1 VIP Freedom Dinner table for 10, 10 tickets Liberty Forum and Atlas Club Briefing, and 6 feet of display space at Liberty Forum.
Atlas Circle Sponsorship - $25,000
Premium seated Freedom Dinner table for 10, 10 tickets to Liberty Forum tickets, 6 tickets to Atlas Club Briefing, and 6 feet of display space at Liberty Forum.
Platinum Circle Sponsorship - $15,000
Freedom Dinner Table for 8, 8 tickets to Liberty Forum, 5 tickets to Atlas Club Briefing, and 6 feet of display space.
Gold Circle Sponsorship - $10,000
Freedom Dinner Table for 8, 8 tickets to Liberty Forum, 4 tickets to Atlas Club Briefing and 6 feet of display space.
Silver Circle Sponsorship - $5,000
Freedom Dinner Table for 8, 8 tickets to Liberty Forum, 3 tickets to Atlas Club Briefing, and 3 feet of display space.
Bronze Circle Sponsorship - $3,000
Freedom Dinner Table for 8, 8 tickets to Liberty Forum, 2 tickets to Atlas Club Briefing, and 3 feet of display space.
Liberty Forum and Freedom Dinner 2017 Sponsors
Smith Family Foundation
Templeton Freedom Award Sponsor
Templeton Religion Trust
Antony Fisher Circle
Montreal Economic Institute and the John Dobson Foundation
Luis & Helena Ball
The Financial Times
J.P. Humphreys Foundation
George & Marilyn Pearson
John Aglialoro and Joan Carter
Valerie Brackett and Nikolaos Monoyios Charitable Fund
Linda and Bryant Edwards
Peter & Cynthia Goettler
Bob Gelfond & Sandy Leong
Andrea and Howie Rich
John Templeton Foundation
Silver Circle Sponsorship
Robert & Karen Boyd
Charles Koch Institute
The Fund for American Studies
William O. Sumner
American Legislative Exchange Council
The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
Tim & Denyse Browne
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global IP Center
Competitive Enterprise Institute
Free to Choose Network
Foundation for Economic Education
Independent Women's Forum
Jay and Sally Lapeyre
Students for Liberty