Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
The Hispanic and Latino populations are among the fastest growing populations in the United States. The Local Government Hispanic Network (LGHN) is the leading organization for the development of public service professionals at the local level. LGHN serves as a bridge between professional managers and communities to create programs and services to address issues critical to the Hispanic/Latino population and improve overall quality of life.
LGHN invites you to become a corporate sponsor, providing critical resources to assist LGHN in addressing the most pressing problems in Hispanic/Latino communities. Current and future leaders will have to address real issues that impact real people. As the Hispanic/Latino populations grows in traditional and non-traditional areas of the country, LGHN is the organization that provides education assistance, training, ongoing coaching, support for community engagement and a dialogue about services and programs to enrich the quality of life of Hispanic/Latino populations.
LGHN offers opportunities for organizations to support effective leadership in public service while gaining access and exposure to decision-makers and showcasing corporate assets that can assist in meeting the diverse needs of these growing community populations.
Sponsors may contribute to general support of LGHN or dedicate contributions to the specific program areas below. For major events, local LGHN chapters may conduct fund raising for additional support. Sponsors will be prominently recognized on the LGHN website for their level of contribution.
- Scholarships for continuing education for Hispanic/Latino local government professionals
- Scholarships for Hispanic/Latino MPA students
- Research with universities and professional organizations on issues of importance to Hispanic/Latino populations
- Regional meetings/events
- General support
Please review the Benefit Levels to see which level is best for your company!
Examples of Sponsorship on LGHN material:
Please contact Magda González, Chair of the Fund Development Committee with any questions.