Keep the Campfire Burning

GiveCamp NWA sponsors provide the food, drink, facilities, and resources to fuel our events, our volunteers, and our mission.

We can’t do it without you. 

As a GiveCamp sponsor, your support helps bring together all volunteers and developers working to develop technology tools for the selected non-profit organizations.

The average market cost of a single project created at GiveCamp is between $5,000 and $10,000. However, the efficiency of the solutions we create- often reducing paperwork and staff time for the nonprofits – means that GiveCamp creates lasting value beyond the cost of the projects themselves.

A GiveCamp sponsorship is more than just a donation; it’s a community partnership that empowers local nonprofits to fulfill their mission and make a difference in our area.
Simply select your sponsorship level on the sponsorship form (click below). 

Still have questions? Have an in-kind donation to offer? Contact us!

Sponsors Fan the Flames

It will take more than the passion and expertise of our volunteers to make this happen. We need support to help provide a fun and rewarding environment for our volunteers.  Sponsors are an important part of ensuring that our community nonprofits receive what they need, both during the weekend and after, with little to no cost to participate.

Sponsor FAQ

Is my donation tax deductible? 

GiveCamp NWA is a 501c3, and we’ll provide you with a receipt for your donation.  

What kinds of sponsorships do you accept?

We accept both in-kind and monetary sponsorships and donations.
The value is cumulative if you choose to make both an in-kind and monetary donation.

What kind of stuff do you need?

Caffeine, Jim…we need lots of caffeine. 
But also, swag, drinks, snacks, money, office supplies, facilities, the list is endless.  
If you’ve got something to offer, we will likely take you up on it. 

Would you take a million dollars?


What do I get for sponsoring?

See the sponsorship levels on the sponsorship form page for tangible returns, but above that, you get exposure to our followers, the volunteers, and the staff of the nonprofits we serve. 
Oh, and warm fuzzies. You get lots of those.