San Francisco Giants vs. Oakland A's

Exhibition Game & Tailgate Event

 

Sunday, March 25, 2018
At the Oakland Athletics Stadium 

Event starts at 10:30 am

Game Day 2018 is our inaugural fundraiser for The Nephrotic Syndrome Foundation. We hope you will consider joining us and/or making a donation. We've put together an incredibly fun day! The majority of the ticket price will go to cover costs of the event. Any donations made above that are 100% tax deductible and go to directly support the fight against Nephrotic Syndrome.

EVENT DETAILS

 

Individual tickets ($75) include:

  • Field Level Seating at Game (1 pm start time)

  • Admission to Tailgate Party (10:30 am)

  • Food & Beverages

  • Games (fastpitch softball, video game truck, music, face painting, and more)

  • ALL kids get to run the bases!

  • Discounted parking

 

Family Package ($500) includes all of the above AND:

  • Admission to the game for 4

  • Commemorative item 

  • Free parking

  • Complimentary entry in corn-hole tournament 

  • A $200 donation to the NSF program (fully tax deductible)

  • Entry into a drawing to attend pre-game batting practice for 4!

Patient Family Sponsorship ($300)

Cover the cost for a patient family of 4 to attend the event. Patient Family Sponsors will be recognized at the event via signage and/or announcement during the program. Additional tickets required for attendees. 100% tax deductible.

 

SPONSORSHIP AND UNDERWRITING OPPORTUNITIES

 

Presenting Partner  |  $10,000 (one available)

Title Sponsor  |  $7,500 (one available)

Platinum Partner  |  $5,000

Gold  Partner  |  $2,500

Silver  Partner  |  $1,000

Underwriting Partner | $400 - $1,000 (one available per area)

In-Kind Donations

In-Kind donations for the silent raffle or auction are encouraged and appreciated.

Your company logo/business name will be represented with dedicated signage in a noted area of the event.

Click here for sponsorship perks and details

The Nephrotic Syndrome Foundation is a non-profit organization supporting those diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome, their families and the ongoing search for a cure.