The Michigan Climate Summit needs you!

On September 26, 2024, people and organizations from all over will come together to move forward just and urgent climate action in Michigan. Your organization is invited to play a major role in making this happen.

Be A Sponsor

We need your energy to make this happen, as well as your donation and your help spreading the word.2024 Michigan Climate Summit Info

Sponsorship Level

  • Civic Champion - $5,000
  • Activism Ally - $1,000
  • Climate Crusader - $500
  • Community Pillar - $250
  • Nonprofit Partner - $100

Sponsorship Commitment: Help promote this event to your networks over email and social media. We also welcome your help organizing the program and filling the panels with interesting speakers. 

What Do You Get?

Outside of the satisfaction you're making a tangible impact in mobilizing Michigan's movement, you'll receive complimentary tickets, logo recognition, and more! Review a detailed benefits breakdown in our 2024 Sponsorship Prospectus below.

2024 Michigan Climate Summit Sponsorship Levels

If your org prefers to write a check, send to:

Michigan Climate Action Network
602 W. Ionia Street
Lansing, MI 48933

Email to let us know you're sending a check,
and please include your logo in the email.

Thanks to Michigan Environmental Council
for processing sponsorship donations.

After you choose your level and make a payment, you'll get an email that we'd like you to respond to with your organization name, contact person, logo, and any sponsorship add-ons you'd like to take advantage of so that we can acknowledge your contributions.

DEADLINE: Please sponsor by Thursday, September 12, 2024.

Let's Get To Work!



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