Sponsorship

Dear Friends,
Texas Wall Street Women (TXWSW) invites you to join us in helping to make a difference in the lives of young girls. This is your opportunity to be a Corporate Sponsor of our 2014 philanthropy events. For the first time ever we are offering two categories of sponsorship: Corporate Sponsorships and Philanthropy Event Sponsorships.

As you may know, TXWSW, a 501(c)(3) organization, proudly supports the Young  Women’s Preparatory Network (formerly the Foundation for the Education of Young Women, www.youngwomensprep.org), which was founded in 2002 to provide a college preparatory education for young women in Texas from predominately economically disadvantaged families. With a unique public/private partnership model, YWPN has established eight all-girls, college preparatory schools across the state of Texas. The schools offer students an opportunity for a brighter future through a college preparatory education. Each school is built upon core values of college readiness, responsible leadership, and wellness life skills. The goal of YWPN is to continue to graduate 100% of their enrolled students and continue with their 100% acceptance rates at universities across the country.

Corporate Sponsorship Packages

2018 TXWSW Corporate – Sponsor Information Letter Final

Benefactor – $50,000 per year (Only two available)
This package includes the April Education Panel Event in Dallas on April 28th & 29th, the individual cities Fall Philanthropy Events and two C-Suite Dinners (Dallas & Houston).

Patron – $25,000 (Only 2 available)
This package includes the May Education Panel Event in Dallas on April 28th & 29th, the individual cities Fall Philanthropy Events and two C-Suite Dinners (Dallas & Houston).

Sustaining Sponsor – $15,000 (Only 2 available)
This package includes the May Education Panel Event in Dallas on April 28th & 29th, the individual cities Fall Philanthropy Events and two C-Suite Dinners (Dallas & Houston).

Philanthropy Event Sponsorship Packages

2018 TXWSW Corporate – Sponsor Information Letter Final

Event Host Sponsorship – $25,000 per year

  • Take Away Sponsor of April Panel Event
  • Decor Sponsor of all the individual city’s Fall Philanthropy Event
  • A combined total donation of 18% will be directly donated to the Young Women’s Preparatory Network on your behalf and is completely tax deductible

Event Co-Host Sponsorship – $15,000 per year

  • Magna Cum Laude Sponsor of April Panel Event in Dallas
  • Trustee Sponsorship of individual city’s Fall Philanthropy Event
  • A combined total donation of 18% will be directly donated to the Young Women’s Preparatory Network on your behalf and is completely tax deductible

Event Committee Sponsorship – $10,000 per year

  • Cum Laude Sponsor of April Education Panel Event
  • Philanthropy Sponsorship of the individual city’s Fall Philanthropy Events
  • A combined total donation of 25% will be directly donated to the Young Women’s Preparatory on your behalf and is completely tax deductible

Event Attendance Sponsorship – $2,000 per year

  • Attendance Sponsor of April Education Panel Event
  • Attending Sponsor of the Fall Philanthropy Events


Thank You to Our Generous Corporate Sponsors


Why support education for girls? The high school graduation rate for girls in Texas is dismal. Almost 30% of girls across the state do not graduate from high school. The future prospects for female dropouts are grim as they face poor employment opportunities, poverty and a reliance on public support programs. This cycle of poverty is perpetuated, as the children of dropouts are themselves less likely to graduate, more likely to be incarcerated, and more likely to require public assistance. Studies have demonstrated that education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty for girls and their future families. Research shows that underprivileged girls derive the most benefit from single gender education and that all girls’ schools produce graduates who enter college more academically engaged. The majority of the girls at YWPN schools will be the first in their families to graduate from high school and to pursue a college education; therefore breaking the cycle of poverty for their families!