2018-19 Sponsorship Prospectus-final

ASA Leadership Awards Programs // Recognizing excellence in the field of aging

A key component of ASA’s mission is to honor those who make a difference in the lives of the older adults they serve. ASA has recognized an impressive and extensive list of leaders for their dedication to uplifting the field of aging and increasing the visibility of the issues of older adults through public policy, advocacy, training and educational programs.

ASA Leadership Awards Sponsorship Benefits

Logo and acknowledgement on the e-blast announcing the award to members and stakeholders

Public acknowledgement at the Aging in America Conference General Session where winners are announced

Two (2) registrations to ASA’s annual conference each year

Half-page color ad in the program book of the Aging in America annual conference each year

Logo on the Awards page of ASA website

Link to funder website on ASA Awards web page

Awards Available for Sponsorship Excellence in Multicultural Aging Award | $15,000 annual contribution ($13,500 per year with a multi-year commitment)

Since 2006, the Network on Multicultural Aging (NOMA), a constituent group of the American Society on Aging, has honored 15 programs as winners of the Award for Excellence in Multicultural Aging. These programs have varied in their scope and outcomes, but all delivered on the promise to provide culturally sensitive care and services to older people in a variety of communities. Healthcare and Aging Award | $50,000 annual contribution ($45,000 per year with a multi-year commitment) The Health and Aging Network (HAN) recognizes innovative organizations and programs that improve the health, quality of life, and healthcare of older adults.

Mental Health and Aging Award | $10,000 annual contribution ($8,500 per year with a multi-year commitment)

Since 2003, the Mental Health and Aging Network (MHAN) has honored leaders in the field of mental health as winners of the Mental Health and Aging Award. These leaders come from a variety of backgrounds, but all have been recognized for demonstrated effectiveness in addressing the mental health and dementia care needs of older adults.

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