September 16, 2017

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Software Freedom Day 2017

It’s Good to be FREE

A celebration of FOSS Technologies and Communities
September 16, 2017

Be a Software Freedom Day Supporter!

To ensure that we keep each SFD celebration free of charge for attending students and participants, we rely on generous donors and sponsors to help us cover costs for publicity materials, transportation, production of kits, etc.

Donations/Sponsorships Solicited

Cash

Materials/Equipment

Food and Drinks

Donor/Sponsor Types

Individual Donor. Donations and support from individuals who want to support software freedom. Whatever the amount or material, your contribution is valuable in ensuring this year’s (as well as future) celebrations of Software Freedom Day Philippines will be free of charge to all attendees.

 

Community Sponsor. Donations and support from open source communities and groups to help us keep the open source spirit alive and thriving for generations to come.

 

Corporate Sponsor. Donations and support from startups, IT companies, and other businesses to cover costs for making this year’s SFD possible.

Sponsorship Packages

 

(refer to next page)

 

 

Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsor Bronze Sponsor
Sponsor Contribution PhP 15,000

(cash/value in kind)

PhP 10,000

(cash/value in kind)

PhP 5,000

(cash/value in kind)

Print Media Benefits
Logo in Event Streamer Yes Yes Yes
Ad in Souvenir Program Yes (½ page) Yes (¼ page) Yes (1/8 page)
Logo in Poster Yes (Large) Yes (Medium) Yes (Small)
Logo in Flier Yes (Large) Yes (Medium) Yes (Small)
On Site Benefits
Logo in Event Banner Yes (Large) (all sites) Yes (Medium) (all sites) Yes (Small) (1 site)
Own Banner Yes (all sites) Yes (all sites) Yes (1 site)
Promotional Booth Yes (all sites) Yes (all sites) Yes (1 site)
Input in Plenary Program Yes (10 min, all sites) Yes (5 min, all sites) Yes (5 min, 1 site)
Reg. mention in program Yes Yes Yes
Internet Values
Company name in social media blast Yes Yes Yes
Web link in SFD Phils website Yes Yes No
Short company profile in SFD Phils home page Yes Yes No
Other Values
Company name in text blast Yes Yes No
Insert Yes Yes No

 

If you are interested and/or would like to be a Donor or Sponsor for this year’s SFD Celebration, kindly visit: bit.ly/sfdphilippines2017-donors-sponsors

For questions and inquiries, please contact Mac, our SFD Philippines 2017 marketing coordinator via landline: 282-4129 or through email: mac@cp-union.com

The SFD Philippines 2017 Team

The Computer Professionals’ Union (CPU) is a non-stock, non-profit, non-government organization of workers, professionals, students and ICT Advocates of ICT united in common goal of working for and ICT that can assist and serve the real development needs of the people. This means the development of an ICT sector, in the Philippines as well as globally, that is just, environmentally sustainable, and socially responsible.

 

 

The Junior Computer Professionals’ Union (JCPU) was launched as the youth arm of the ICT advocacy organization CPU in 2010. It aims to bring CPU’s principles on Freedom of Information, Privacy of Information, ICT Sector Welfare, and Open Appropriate Technology in the halls of the academe.

 

 

 

Advocates of Science and Technology for the People or AGHAM, is an organization of patriotric, pro-people science and technology advocates, bounded together by a common interest of promoting science and technology that genuinely serve the interest of the Filipino people, especially the poor. AGHAM Youth is the youth counterpart in universities and colleges in the Philippines.

 

 


The Agham Youth is a student organization established in March 1999 in recognition of the need for a renewal of the advocacy for the development and utilization of science and technology that shall be of service to the broad masses of the people.

Software Freedom Day

Let's celebrate, promote, and learn more about Free Open Source Software and its philosophy!

© 2017 Software Freedom Day Philippines

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