Community-Supported Aquaponic Sponsorship and Recognition Tiers

Community-Supported Aquaponic Sponsorship and Recognition Tiers

Get involved by helping us create the first community-supported aquaponic training center. Here, we will be working with globally renowned aquaponic expert, Murray Hallam, to build a training center that is designed to bring benefit for all.

Ingenuity Innovation Center invites you to help build the first Community-Supported Aquaponic Training Center in the World.  In July 2015, we will be working with our local community to build a 1,500 square foot greenhouse and launch an aquaponic training center.

This training center will be used to help deploy world renowned aquaponic expert, Murray Hallam’s new workforce training curriculum and will be the first training center in the world outside of Hallam’s center in Australia.  Our intention is to create a replicable open-source model and eventually have a portion of every training dollar purchased go towards launching other training centers across the globe.

After the training center is built, we will continue to build upon the foundation of Hallam’s material by vetting the best of the best to help build regional solutions.  We also plan on working with industry partners to expand the curriculum so we can create training and community education programs that help bring benefit to all by using new leadership and business models that employ many of the triple-bottom line principles found in the B-Corp and benefit companies.

Ingenuity Innovation Center is seeking to funds and resources to build the new training center. We value people and organizations who step forward to contribute time, money or resources to help us create a vision where everyone can benefit.  In the spirit of creating solutions for the community by the community, we have established a way to honor those who step forward to help us create the tools, resources, infrastructure, education, and innovative solutions to build a better world.  Inspired from our aquaponic system, we have created the following community sponsorship and recognition tiers.

Community-Supported Aquaponic Sponsorship and Recognition Tiers

  • Acknowledgement and appreciation on our website

 

  • Acknowledgement and appreciation on our website
  • Recognition in our new greenhouse training facility

 

  • Acknowledgement and appreciation on our website
  • Recognition in our new greenhouse training facility
  • Public acknowledgement at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

 

  • Acknowledgement and appreciation on our website
  • Recognition in our new greenhouse training facility
  • Public acknowledgement at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
  • Recognition as a presenting sponsor on all of our printed materials as well as the website and press releases
  • Four tickets to the fundraising dinner

 

  • Acknowledgement and appreciation on our website
  • Recognition in our new greenhouse training facility
  • Public acknowledgement at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
  • Recognition as a presenting sponsor on all of our printed materials as well as the website and press releases
  • One ticket to the Living the Dream: Small Farm and Commercial Aquaponic Training Seminar and Build with Murray Hallam
  • Four tickets to the fundraising dinner
  • Public acknowledgement at the fundraising dinner
  • 2 hour “Discovering Aquaponics: It Grows More Than Just Food” Presentation for your organization

 

  • Acknowledgement and appreciation on our website
  • Recognition in our new greenhouse training facility
  • Public acknowledgement at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
  • Recognition as a presenting sponsor on all of our printed materials as well as the website and press releases
  • Two tickets to the Living the Dream: Small Farm and Commercial Aquaponic Training Seminar and Build with Murray Hallam
  • Six tickets to the fundraising dinner
  • Public acknowledgement at the fundraising dinner
  • 2 hour “Discovering Aquaponics: It Grows More Than Just Food” Presentation for your organization
  • One aquaponics demonstration kit plus educational charts



 

Or you can mail check to:

Ingenuity Innovation Center

32180 Pittsburg Rd.

St. Helens, OR 97051

 

Ingenuity Innovation Center is a for profit, benefit company. All proceeds generated from sponsorships go directly into creating and funding the community-supported aquaponic training center and the educational programs that are created.  Although we are not a non-profit, any business / organization funds contributed can be considered tax deductible for tax purposes.  For more information, please contact your accountant or CPA for more information.