Hunter’s Hill Council is seeking partners to help create and promote the Moocooboola Festival.
Since 1980 Moocooboola Festival has been bringing the people of Hunters Hill and the wider community together in celebration. “Moocooboola” is the traditional landowner term, the Wallumedegal people for the meeting of two rivers.
Last year (2016) saw over 20,000 people throughout the day enjoy an amazing Festival full to over flowing with food, art, craft, community and enviro info, entertainment, a Dog Show, The Grand Parade and much much more.
Partners benefit from being associated with supporting a great family and community event that attracts people from all over the Sydney basin. Partners are recognised for their support by way of logo placement on the extensive promotional campaign. There are also opportunities for partners to promote themselves on the Festival day.
Each partnership agreement is tailored to suit the individual business at the level of sponsorship.
Moocooboola Festival offers individuals and businesses an opportunity to be part of this community cultural event by being a partnering sponsor, patron, stall-holder, entertainer or volunteer.
We are seeking financial support to make this significant event another great success, and enable the continued development of this special community festival.
As a Partner you will get news updates, invitations to the opening ceremony, recognition on promotional material and major and significant contributors will receive
acknowledgement on the day by way of stalls and banners.
…And of course, you’ll also feel great knowing that you’ve helped to make an exciting community and cultural event a success.
There are many opportunities available to support this celebration, including:
– In-kind support for services;
– Sponsoring the Entertainment
– Sponsoring a new Youth stage
– Sponsoring the Adventure Sheet for kids
– Sponsoring a stage
– Sponsoring the Animal Farm
– Sponsoring the Circus playground
– Sponsoring the promotional campaign
Or sponsoring a combination of the above.
For more information contact Esther Barra on 9879 9400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org