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Celebrate 25 Years of Serving Together: Sponsor ASC's Innovation & Leadership Awards!

Thursday, September 22 · 7-9pm Eastern

This is a very special time for America's Service Commissions! We are celebrating our silver anniversary — we've been uniting states in service for 25 years! Take advantage of one of our sponsorship packages and walk alongside ASC as we reflect on the past, celebrate the present, and look forward to the future. 

Join state service commissions, ASC members, sponsors, and other partners from across the country for this once-in-a-lifetime event. We have event sponsorships ranging from $250 to $25,000 with a variety of benefits.

Celebrate national service and honor stalwart and innovative leaders and awardees, and support ASC's mission and vision, connect with friends and colleagues, and promote your organization through sponsorship and exhibiting.

>>>View and/or download our sponsorship packet.

>>>Complete our sponsorship form.

We welcome back our long-term sponsors and look forward to engaging with new organizations. If you know a person, organization, or business that might be interested in sponsoring our event, please contact Brad Kmoch.

Please note that information about silent auction contributions and registration is forthcoming.

Thank you in advance for your support of ASC! We look forward to celebrating with you this year! If you have questions, please visit our ASC25 webpage or email us.

Your donation to the ASC Innovation & Leadership Awards is tax-deductible to the extent allowable under IRS 501(c)(3) regulations. The ASC Federal Tax ID # is 58-2505548.

About America's Service Commissions
America's Service Commissions is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association representing and promoting the 52 state service commissions across the United States and territories with the mission to lead and elevate the state service network. State service commissions are governor-appointed public agencies or nonprofit organizations made up of more than 1,000 commissioners, private citizens leading the nation's service movement and administering more than 75 percent of the federal AmeriCorps funds to address pressing community needs.