CAFAM sponsorship opportunity

Dear CAFAM members,

The CAFAM community has been busily preparing what we expect will to be our most outstanding Chinese New Year Celebration yet! This includes our first-ever effort to identify individuals and companies who wish to support our contributions to multicultural awareness and community growth.

The response has been truly gratifying, and we want to give everyone one last opportunity to help sponsor the 2012 Celebration.

We welcome parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, small businesses, or corporations. All sponsors will be recognized in the CNY Program and in the CAFAM newsletter. There are increasing benefits for each level. CAFAM accepts minimum donations of $25 for individuals and $50 (and up) for businesses. Unless you wish to remain anonymous, your support will be highlighted at our Celebration. Moreover it is tax-deductible.

To access the sponsorship brochure and form, please visit: https://cafammaine.org/cny/sponsorship/.

We will be accepting sponsorships until January 20th, this Friday. If you have any questions or just want to talk to someone directly, please feel free to contact our CNY Sponsorship Chair, Melissa Lin.

Whether or not you become a sponsor, do come help us celebrate the Year of the Dragon in Westbrook on Saturday February 4! For more info, check out: https://cafammaine.org/cny

Best regards and xiexie,
Craig

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