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Sponsorship Opportunities

You are invited to join UPMC Senior Services in this effort to recognize our Senior Champions and to support older adults who are outliving their financial resources by becoming a sponsor of our annual Celebrating Senior Champions Dinner.

Sponsorship Levels

  • $25,000 Benefactor Circle
  • $10,000 Advocate Circle
  • $5,000 Guardian Circle
  • $2,500 Partner Circle
  • $1,500 Table Sponsor (10 guests)
  • $1,000 Mentor Circle
  • $500 Patron Circle

Veterans Appreciation Circle

You can support our 400+ residents who served our Country by sponsoring at the Veterans Appreciation Circle level. Your gift may be $150 to enable one of our resident/veterans to attend the dinner or in any amount which helps support our Benevolent Care Fund.

Silent Auction and Gift Basket Sponsors

You may choose to promote your business or organization by donating goods or services that can be used in our silent auction or gift basket raffle. Some popular in-kind donations are: gift certificates to restaurants, stores and local attractions; sports memorabilia; golf or ski packages; vacation packages; and, luxury items like televisions and electronic readers.

  • In Kind Donation Form
    For more details and to register your gift. In Kind Donation Forms may be printed and mailed, scanned or faxed.

More Information

For more information about sponsoring Celebrating Senior Champions, please contact:

Peggy VanHorn
Benevolent Care Advocate
UPMC Senior Services
310 Fisk St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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