Each year, our sponsors donate money, swag or food to make our events possible. With 2020 being our first-ever virtual event, we knew we would not have as many food costs, but we were determined to make the swag better than ever. Despite the pandemic, our sponsors really stepped up to make sure our nonprofits and volunteers were well taken care of. We are very grateful!
Supply Pike returned as sponsor this year and was our only silver sponsor. Their financial contribution allowed us to provide T-shirts to our participants. They also supplied several cool swag items.
Supply Pike offers software to help retail suppliers manage their data to easily see their progress towards goals and make informed decisions.
Stonehenge Technology Lab’s direct financial contribution allowed us to purchase great items for our swag bags.
Stonehenge Labs creates digital solutions to help e-commerce companies meet their Key Product Indicators. They do this by showing cross-platform visibility, sending alerts when opportunities to “work smarter” arise, and automating processes to cut down on manual decisions.
Teslar returned this year as a GiveCampNWA sponsor, helping purchase swag for our participants to thank them for their time and work. They also are the employer of our board president, Chris Whittle.
Teslar’s mission is to “empower financial institutions to better serve their customers through superior software and intelligent processes.”
Jamie’s Notebook “gives you a voice with the written word” through writing, consulting, and training services. Owned by board member and volunteer Jamie Smith, the company focuses on working with solo entrepreneurs, small businesses, and nonprofits. Jamie’s Notebook provided public relations services for our event.
J.B. Hunt Transportation is the employer of co-organizer Kelsey Levigne. With nearly 60 years of industry experience, J.B. Hunt has grown from five trucks and seven trailers to a Fortune 500 company providing a variety of services for customers throughout the continental United States, Canada, and Mexico. Their technology solution, J.B. Hunt 360, is leading the industry as a digital freight matching platform and changing the way carriers and customers collaborate and do business.
PM ProLearn is the employer of board member and co-organizer Jamie Jett.Their “unique focus on process data flows, called PMProFlow, provides a level of understanding of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) that helps power students past the exams on their first attempt.”
Levio Agency is the employer of co-organizer Cynthia Maggard. Levio is a “full-service agency specializing in social media, content creation, writing, editing, video and photography for retail and eCommerce clients in the US and beyond.”
For the first time in GiveCampNWA’s history, a former nonprofit participant (2019) has become a sponsor! Not only that, but two former participants chose to give back this year.
Elite Dance Studios purchased items from our Walmart wish list to contribute to this year’s swag bags. Their donation honors the owners’ brother, Daniel Mock, who passed away in 2020.
Elite Dance Studios, a Johnson-based dance studio for all ages and fitness levels, teaching dance for fun, fitness, and developing professional-level skills.
United We Dance was a 2019 nonprofit and returned for expansions to their website in 2020. Their direct financial donation allowed us to make necessary overhead costs for our organization. United We Dance offers fun, inclusive dancing events for people with various disabilities and neuro-diversities.
When there’s GiveCamp, there are granola bars! Thanks to frequent sponsor General Mills, we were able to provide yummy granola bars in our swag bags.
General Mills is a multinational manufacturer of retail food brands, including Gold Metal flour, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Old El Paso, and Lucky Charms, to name a few.