Our sponsors support the Good Hope Poppy Festival with financial & in-kind donations to create a fun day for the community. Please thank & visit them often during the year! Profits benefit local veteran charities.
2018 SPONSORS: CLICK LOGOS TO LEARN MORE...
PRESENTING Sponsor- $1,000
MOINA MICHAEL Sponsor - $500
RED POPPY Sponsor - $300
PRESENTING, MOINA MICHAEL & RED POPPY SPONSOR LEVELS:
Please email Hi-Res LOGO to email@example.com
Returned check fee: $30
The Good Hope Poppy Festival is a family, fun-filled day held to support our veterans and to commemorate a famous Good Hope resident - the late Moina Michael - “The Poppy Lady”. During her teaching career, which included teaching disabled veterans, she began to realize the financial support they needed. As a result, she committed herself to raise funds by selling artificial poppies. Her endeavor became so popular that the American Legion adopted the poppy as its symbol and honored Moina Michael with its highest award. Today, her memorable work continues through many individuals, organizations, and festivals - one of which is the Good Hope Poppy Festival.
2017: $8,000 presented to Walton County Veterans Memorial and the Moina Michael Poppy Project: All Terrain Chair Initiative.
2016: $5,165 presented to Walton County Veterans Memorial and the Moina Michael Poppy Project: All Terrain Chair Initiative.
2015: $4,250 presented to local veteran groups: American Legion and VFW
2014: $3,400 presented to local veteran groups: American Legion and VFW
We value our sponsors! We couldn’t do it without your generous support! As a business sponsor, the Good Hope Poppy Festival will list your business name (by sponsor level) and celebrate your support in the community as follows:
Logo link on www.goodhopepoppyfestival.com (12 month listing) & all of our social media
Logo on Advertising, Bike ride t-shirt, Festival t-shirt & banner
Plaque for your business (top 2 sponsor levels)
10 x 10 vendor booth space (top 2 sponsor levels
Thank You! Your support will help us carry on the tradition that “The Poppy Lady” created long ago.