If you are interested in supporting the work of the African American Planning Commission while publicizing your business in the process, we would be happy to discuss ways to mutually benefit our organizations.
The African American Planning Commission’s web site is one of America’s most visited nonprofit organization web sites reaching over 50,000 unique visitors weekly. Corporate supporters can reach this highly educated, affluent, well-traveled, culturally diverse and discerning audience while supporting the organization’s mission. Our corporate sponsors are members of the Metropolitan area business community who recognize and celebrate the unique nature of African American Planning Commission’s program and audience: intelligent, active and passionate about community service and development!
Identify your business, products and/or services as a supporter of community service programs on the African American Planning Commission’s web site. Underwriting puts your enterprise in touch with our educated, dynamic audience.
African American Planning Commission Audience Demographics
While the African American Planning Commission’s target communities are the New York City’s metropolitan regions of Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island, and Queens; the African American Planning Commission’s platform is the World Wide Web and other technologies. African American Planning Commission’s adult audience is 18+ and is 61% women and 39% men.
The African American Planning Commission offers a unique blend of social service programs, a nonprofit resource directory, direct service to consumers, housing development, program management, community and non-profit news that directly impact the sector.
The African American Planning Commission reaches consumers who are educated and contribute billions of dollars into the New York market.
Underwriting acknowledgments are concise and gimmick-free, linking your business with a high-quality brand image of your choice.
The African American Planning Commission is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Underwriting is a tax-deductible, charitable contribution to the fullest extent permissible by U.S. laws.
Cost Effective Identification
Put your business in the spotlight with a strong, well-defined market segment, at rates far below those of other promotions.
Reach An Audience That Matters
You can position your acknowledgments near a specific program.
Support A Program Close To Your Heart
Identify your business with a particular service or program.
Any underwriting schedule over the minimum contract that is paid in advance receives a 10% discount. Yearly contracts paid in advance are subject to even greater savings.
The Underwriting Difference
- As a private not-for-profit, community-based organization, the African American Planning Commission does not accept commercial advertising — we rely on “underwriting” a term used to distinguish advertising that recognizes a company’s support of specific not-for-profit organization programs.
- At African American Planning Commission, there is are no “commercial blocks” or “commercial advertising as you might hear on a radio station or see in a television commercial. Our underwriting is done by placing your company Ad on our corporate donor page, a very visible page for all site visitors to see.
If your company or organization would like to reach our educated, affluent, diverse, globally hip audience of not-for-profit organization supporters and web visitors with a focused message of who you are, what you do, and how people can contact you, ask us about our underwriting program.
For a media kit about your Ad placement or for more information about marketing your business, service or product on the African American Planning Commission web site, while supporting our excellent programs, please contact Matthew Okebiyi, CEO, at email@example.com.
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