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Sponsorship Packages

The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) is excited to announce its 21st Annual Native Hawaiian Convention will be held at the Sheraton Waikīkī, July 19 to July 22. This convening brings together Native Hawaiian and Pacific Island cultural practitioners, educators, healthcare and housing providers, business leaders, kupuna and future leaders from our next generation. It is the largest and most consequential convening on issues of importance to Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in Hawai‘i. We anticipate more than 1,600 individuals and organizations combined to attend this year’s event, which will be the first Native Hawaiian Convention held in person in two years.

In response to the unprecedented challenges our community faced during the pandemic, it is time we now focus on our future. The theme of this year’s convention is “Hulihia,” which refers to change. Together, we will face our challenges head on and focus on how this change will positively shape our future.

 

Our partners’ continued support for our annual convention has allowed CNHA to grow as an organization and expand our services to kōkua our community. Over the last few years, CNHA launched major initiatives like the Pop-Up Mākeke which has sold over 250,000 Hawaiʻi based products, and put millions into the pockets of our small artisans and businesses. Our emergency assistance programs have pumped over $100 million into our economy to help families find stability in the midst of uncertainty. The annual Native Hawaiian Convention allows us to hear from our community, and identify solutions that can uplift not just Native Hawaiians but all of Hawaiʻi.

We kindly ask for your consideration and support for this year’s convention.

Please click on our sponsorship packages below to purchase through our online portal.

  • "Brought to you by" title recognition

  • Prominent recognition

  • Title sponsor of marketplace

  • 50 complimentary registrations

  • All benefits included in ʻAʻali'i sponsorship

  • Kupuna lounge and charging station in your name

  • Title sponsor of marketplace

  • Televised Broadcast Sponsor for Gubernatorial Discussion

  • 20 complimentary registrations

  • Reserved table at all receptions

  • Logo on promotional convention material

  • 30 second commercials during plenary

  • Breakout session sponsor

  • 10 registration donated to students/kupuna in your name

  • 5 complimentary registrations

  • Reserved table at lunches (5 seats)

  • Logo on promotional convention material

  • Breakout session sponsor

  • 25 complimentary registrations

  • Reserved table at all receptions

  • Logo on promotional convention material

  • 30 second commercials during plenary

  • Keynote speaker

  • Breakout session sponsor

  • 20 registration donated to students/kupuna in your name

  • 10 complimentary registrations

  • Reserved table at lunches

  • Logo on promotional convention material

  • 30 second commercials during plenary

  • Breakout session sponsor

  • 5 registration donated to students/kupuna in your name

  • 5 complimentary registrations

  • Logo on promotional convention material

  • Breakout session sponsor

Other Sponsorship Opportunities

Television Governor Debate Sponsor: $5,000 (sponsor recognition)

Attendee Swag Bags: $3,000 (your logo on convention bags)

Wifi Sponsor: $3,000

Charging Station Sponsor: $3,000

Evening Sponsor with Table: $2,500 (10 seats)

Community Award Presentation: $2,500

Kūpuna Support Sponsor: $2,500 (support 25 kūpuna registration)

Student Support Sponsor: $2,500 (support 25 student registration)

Event Staff Shirts: $2,500 (your logo on convention staff shirts)

Kupuna Lounge Sponsor: $2,500 (brought to you by)

Attendee Lanyards: $2,000 (your logo on convention lanyards)

Breakout Sessions Sponsor: $1,500 (over 30 breakouts)

Lunch Sponsor with Table: $1,500 (10 seats)

Afternoon Refreshments: $1,500

Have any questions about becoming a Convention Sponsor?

Please contact Nicholas Carroll at nick@hawaiiancouncil.org or (808) 493-9284.

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