Coed, independent, PK3-12th grade school in St. Petersburg, Florida.

SHORECREST COMMUNITY SPONSORS

The Shorecrest Community Sponsors Program is designed to connect businesses in the Tampa Bay area to a community of highly engaged parents, the area’s best professional faculty, and bright, motivated students.

Whether sponsoring athletics, arts or a special event, Community Sponsors receive recognition, appreciation and patrons!
 
To inquire about opportunities, please contact Laina Bennett, Director of Annual Giving, lbennett@shorecrest.org, 727-522-2111 x178.

Shorecrest Preparatory School is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation as defined by the IRS, which means that all Community Sponsorships are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. 

Sponsor a Program at Shorecrest

Full School-Year Opportunities

List of 5 items.

  • Premier Shorecrest Athletics Sponsor: $8,500

    (Exclusivity Applies)
    • Business name listed on the Football Field scoreboard
    • Banners in the Athletic Center, Football Field, and Baseball Field
    • Verbal acknowledgment at each sporting event
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    • Full page ad in Shorecrest Magazine with premium placement
    • Ability to hand out promotional materials at one game per season (1 fall, 1 spring) 
    • One promoted social media post
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Artwork for logo, magazine ad, and social media post must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before October 18, 2019.
  • Shorecrest Athletics Sponsor: $5,000

    (Two Available)
    • Business name listed on the Football Field scoreboard
    • Banners in the Athletic Center, Football Field, and Baseball Field
    • Verbal acknowledgement at each sporting event
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    • Full page ad in Shorecrest Magazine
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Artwork for logo, magazine ad, and social media post must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before October 18, 2019.
  • Premier Shorecrest Visual & Performing Arts Sponsor: $8,500

    (Exclusivity Applies)
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    • Logo/ad in Performing Arts events programs
    • Recognition in the Janet Root Theatre Lobby throughout the year
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    • Full page ad in Shorecrest Magazine with premium placement
    • Four tickets to the Upper School fall and spring productions
    • One social media post related to a theatre production
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Artwork for logo, magazine ad, and social media post must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before October 18, 2019.
  • Shorecrest Visual & Performing Arts Sponsor: $5,000

    (Two Available)
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    • Logo/ad in Performing Arts events programs
    • Recognition in the Janet Root Theatre Lobby throughout the year
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    • Full page ad in Shorecrest Magazine
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Artwork for logo, magazine ad, and social media post must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications by October 18, 2019.
  • Shorecrest Charger Sponsor: $2,500

    (Ten Available)
    • 1/2 page ad and business name included in the Annual Report section in Shorecrest Magazine
    • One promoted social media post
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Artwork for logo and social media post must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications by October 18, 2019.

Spring Opportunities

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  • Service Week: $1,000

    service weekService Week is a week-long service program for all Upper School students and faculty members. Students choose from local, national or international service projects to instill a sense of social and community responsibility. Efforts have taken Chargers as far away as a coffee plantation in Guatemala and an orphanage in Peru. Locally they helped with urban farming, construction, coastal restoration and much more.

    (Three Available)
    • Recognition in event’s e-communications to the community
    • One social media post related to Service Week
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Artwork submissions must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before March 1, 2020.

Summer Opportunities

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  • Summer Camp Programs: $2,500

    (Two Available)
    • Logo recognition on the webpage, in promotional materials, and on camp T-shirts / water bottles
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    Logo submissions must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before March 1, 2020.

Sponsor an Event at Shorecrest

Shorecrest Community Events

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  • Homecoming Week Sponsorship: $2,500

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    • Social media post during Homecoming Week
    • Inclusion of business name or logo on Alumni Tailgate invitation
    • Banner at Alumni Tailgate and at Homecoming game
    • Sponsor mention in Homecoming Ebytes article
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    Artwork for logo, magazine ad, and social media post must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before September 16, 2019.
  • Grandparents & Special Friends Day Lead Sponsor: $5,000

    grandparents dayGrandparents and special friends have the opportunity to see what makes Shorecrest special for their favorite student. On a special morning in January, they are treated to breakfast and student performances. Special surprises in the classrooms and campus tours round out the day. (One Available)
    • Sponsor recognition on Grandparents & Special Friends Day e-communications
    • Inclusion of business name or logo on event invitation and printed program
    • During the event, opportunity for business name or logo to be projected on the stage and verbal acknowledgment in theatre
    • 1/2 page ad in the annual Shorecrest Magazine
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Artwork for logo and magazine must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before November 1, 2019.
  • Grandparents & Special Friends Day Event Sponsor: $1,000

    grandparents dayGrandparents and special friends have the opportunity to see what makes Shorecrest special for their favorite student. On a special morning in January, they are treated to breakfast and student performances. Special surprises in the classrooms and campus tours round out the day. (Two Available)
    • Sponsor recognition on Grandparents & Special Friends Day e-communications
    • Inclusion of business name or logo on event program
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Artwork must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before November 1, 2019.
  • 1923 Society Celebration Event Sponsor: $5,000

    Named for the Shorecrest Outdoor School’s founding year, donors who give $1,923 or more to the Shorecrest Annual Fund are designated as leadership donors and recognized as a member of the 1923 Society.
    (Exclusivity Applies)
    • Inclusion of business name or logo on event invitation
    • During the event, opportunity for an area/table to share marketing materials, banner display and verbal acknowledgment of sponsorship during the event program
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    Artwork for logo and magazine must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before December 1, 2019.
  • Chargers Hall of Fame: $2,500

    hall of fame awardAn annual event hosted by the Shorecrest Alumni Association and the Shorecrest Athletic Department to induct new members into the Athletic Hall of Fame. The Athletic Hall of Fame recognizes athletes, coaches, teams, leaders, and volunteers. Inductees' athletic achievements have been of the highest caliber and have improved Shorecrest's reputation in athletics.
    (Exclusivity Applies)
    • Inclusion of business name or logo on event invitation
    • Banner display and opportunity for welcome remarks/verbal acknowledgment at the event
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    Artwork for logo and magazine must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before March 1, 2020.

St. Pete STEAMfest Sponsorships

Shorecrest hosts over 700 people from the Tampa Bay Area in hands-on experiences run by experts and students. STEAMfest is a family-friendly celebration of all things creative, inventive, imaginative and fun! This event  is open to the public and geared toward children in preschool through middle school.

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  • Innovation Sponsor: $8,500

    (One Available)
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    • Inclusion of logo or business name on all promotional materials and on the event webpage
    • Banner displayed during the event
    • Option for table display or booth at event
    • Option to include promotional materials in event goodie bags
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Artwork must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before November 1, 2019.
  • Change Agent Sponsor: $5,000

    (Two Available)
    steamfest
    • Inclusion of logo or business name on all promotional materials and event webpage
    • Banner displayed during the event
    • Option for table display or booth at event
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    • Inclusion in the Annual Report section of Shorecrest Magazine
    Artwork must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before November 1, 2019.
  • Premium Booth Sponsor: $1,000

     
    (Two Available)
    • Business booth at the event
    • Business name or logo on promotional materials
    • Premium location of booth during the event
    • Inclusion in the Community Sponsors email at the end of the school year
    Logo must be received and approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before November 1, 2019.
  • Booth Sponsor: $500

     
    (Four Available)
    • Business booth at the event
    • Business name or logo on promotional materials
    Logo must be received and approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications before November 1, 2019.

Guidelines

  • Magazine ads and social media posts must be approved by the Director of Marketing and Communications.
  • When sharing your corporate logo, please send a high res .tiff, .pdf, .ai or .eps file.
  • Magazine ads may be submitted as a .pdf, or we can design it for you.
To inquire about opportunities, please contact Laina Bennett, Director of Annual Giving: lbennett@shorecrest.org; 727-522- 2111 x178 

Shorecrest Preparatory School

5101 First Street Northeast
St Petersburg, FL 33703
Phone: (727) 522-2111  |  Fax: (727) 527-4191
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Shorecrest Preparatory School is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational, college preparatory day school for students preschool through high school, located in St. Petersburg, Florida.