Reach thousands of people
Why do more than 130 businesses sponsor Santa Barbara Earth Day? With more than 30,000 people in attendance annually at the Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival, and thousands more potential visitors as our number of fans and followers online continues to grow, we have a track record for being one of the best marketing opportunities for national corporate partners, community businesses, and media outlets with a green message. Our packages are designed for both small and large companies.
We’ve increased the benefits for cash sponsors this year, with packages ranging from $1,000 to $20,000. Download the 2019 Cash Sponsorship Package (pdf).
Green Car Show Sponsorships
The Santa Barbara Green Car Show is the premier opportunity to experience the latest advanced-fuel vehicles and technologies. The event features the largest collection of efficient and alternative-fueled vehicles between Los Angeles and San Francisco, and is the longest-running public Green Car Show in the United States. Sponsorship packages range from $2500 to $20,000. Download the 2019 Green Car Show Sponsorship Package (pdf).
Media and In-Kind Sponsorships
Local businesses and media outlets provided more than $250,000 in advertising and in-kind support for Earth Day last year – donating time, food, building materials and other equipment to create the two-day event. If you have materials or skills to contribute, download the 2019 Media and In-Kind Sponsorship Package (pdf).
CEC launched Earth Angels as a way for individual donors to enjoy some special perks around Earth Day, while supporting the festival they know and love. For more information, contact CEC Development Director Becca Summers at 805-963-0583 ext. 116 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register early to receive all your benefits! Check the sponsorship package to note which benefits you qualify for.
Deadline for logo placement on television ad - 3/8/19
Deadline for logo placement on festival guide - 3/15/19
Deadline for logo placement for festival poster & other materials - 3/22/19