As we work towards building The Sadie Collective, we invite organizations with a similar passion for diversifying economies and increasing representation and promotion of Black women to partner with us.
A one-time or recurring donation
These funds go toward our costs as an organization to help us build capacity and produce more programming. If you would like to give a more pointed donation for a specific area of programming, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can donate directly using this link.
Grants or Financial Partnership
A one-time or multi-year grant towards capacity building
We invite foundations and institutions to engage with us in their grant-giving cycles and request proposals to fund organizational projects that advance our mission of empowering and equipping Black women to thrive in the economics profession.
The Sadie Collective welcomes donations from like-minded organizations in related fields that are interested in promoting equality both within themselves and the community as a whole. With your generous patronage, the Sadie Collective will be able to execute its annual conference and cement itself as a national organization in support of Black women in Economics and throughout associated fields such as Public Policy, Finance, and Development in broader ways. Donors who give at the tiers specified below will receive the benefits described below as champions for diversity, inclusion, and the advancement of Black women.
Donations of $10,000 and up
These donors receive acknowledgment with their name and logo on the program and on screen during live-streamed welcoming remarks, a plaque of appreciation and free recruitment access
Donations of $5,000 - $10,000
These donors receive acknowledgment with their name and logo on the program and on screen during live-streamed welcoming remarks and a token of appreciation
Donations of $2,000 - $5,000
These donors receive acknowledgment with their name and logo on the program and a token of appreciation
Create Professional Development programming for our Members
Partner with us on professional development workshops such as (Managing Up, Networking, Salary Negotiations, Personal Finance and Investing) or Research Skills Workshops including by not limited to Coding and Policy Analysis.
Career Fair Recruitment
Identify talent at our Annual Conferences and adjacent events
We have many opportunities to engage with our attendees and professional network: An Evening of Networking and Research Excellence on Thursday and/or the Career Fair Recruitment during the annual conference. We also have a package that allows for both, especially for institutions that will be sending a representative that fits our intended demographic. Please note that we are currently at capacity for the 2020 Conference.
Academic and Job Opportunities
Work with us to bring Black women to your institution
Arrange informal interviews, Institutional Visitation Days, and much more; share opportunities for our members, which range from high school students through post-doctoral fellows using email@example.com; or partner with us to create opportunities for Black women interested summer or post-baccalaureate research.
Ensure the longevity of the Collective as an Institutional Partner
Each year, we partner with an institution or institution(s) to host our annual conference which brings together hundreds of Black women from across the nation as well as economic leaders across industry, policy, and academia. By being an institutional sponsor, you will be a thought partner and involved in every aspect of event preparation and execution and reap the rewards of visibility and access to The Collective and its members