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MARGARET D. RICHARDSON
$50,000 SPONSORSHIP LEVEL

Margaret Richardson was one of a number of prominent ladies of her day who were leaders in church and civic organizations. They founded and devoted time and resources to social service activities concerned with the plight of the less fortunate. She was a founder and active member of the Lowell Association for the Blind for 60 years.

Margaret D. Richardson Sponsor Level Perks

• Title Sponsor of 100th Gala
• Complimentary Radio Reading Service sponsor for 6 months.

• Company name to be listed on invitations, all social media, program and all marketing materials.

• Signage and your promotional materials provided at the event.

• Publicly recognized at the 100th Gala event.

• Sponsorship for all 100th Anniversary events.

• Twenty Reserved tickets to the gala. Premier V.I.P. seating.

HELEN KELLER
$25,000 SPONSORSHIP LEVEL

Helen Adams Keller was an American author, disability rights advocate, political activist and lecturer. She lost her sight and her hearing after a bout of illness at the age of 19 

Helen Keller Sponsor Level Perks

• Complimentary Radio Reading Service sponsor for 6 months.

• Company name to be listed on invitations, all social media, program and all marketing materials.

• Signage and your promotional materials provided at the event.

• Publicly recognized at the 100th Gala event.

• Twenty Reserved tickets to the gala. Premier V.I.P. seating.

LOUIS BRAILLE
$10,000 SPONSORSHIP LEVEL

Louis Braille was a French educator and the inventor of a reading and 
writing system, named braille after him, intended for use by visually 
impaired people. His system is used worldwide and remains virtually
unchanged to this day.

Louis Braille Sponsor Level Perks

• Complimentary Radio Reading Service sponsor for 6 months.

• Company name to be listed on invitations, all social media, program and all marketing materials.

• Signage and your promotional materials provided at the event.

• Publicly recognized at the 100th Gala event.

• Ten Reserved tickets to the gala.

ANNE SULLIVAN
$5,000 SPONSORSHIP LEVEL

Anne Sullivan Macy was an American teacher best known for being 
the instructor and lifelong companion of Helen Keller. At the age of five, 
Sullivan contracted trachoma, an eye disease, which left her partially 
blind and without reading or writing skills. 

Anne Sullivan Sponsor Level Perks

• Complimentary Radio Reading Service sponsor for 6 months.

• Company name to be listed on all social media, program and all marketing materials.

• Publicly recognized at the 100th Gala event.

• Six Reserved tickets to the gala.

MARY LOU DOHERTY
$2,500 SPONSORSHIP LEVEL

In the early 1980’s a Lowell business woman, Mary Lou Doherty, joined the LAB Board of Directors. Mary Lou hired the first professional staff for the organization to bring new progressive ideas and up-to-date services for the clients. Her legacy continues in the form of a Mary Lou Doherty Memorial fund which today provides on-going support for the organization.

Mary Lou Doherty Sponsor Level Perks

• Company name to be listed on the program.

• Publicly recognized at the 100th Gala event.

• Four Reserved tickets to the gala.

DR. ABRAHAM NEMETH
$1,000 SPONSORSHIP LEVEL

Abraham Nemeth was an American mathematician. He was Professor of Mathematics at the University of Detroit Mercy in Detroit, Michigan. Nemeth was blind and is known for developing Nemeth Braille, a system for blind people to read and write mathematics.

Dr. Abraham Nemeth Sponsor Level Perks

• Company name to be listed on the program.

• Two Reserved tickets to the gala.

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To inquire about becoming a sponsor for the event,
please contact
Elizabeth Cannon at (978) 454-5704
or email at
ecannon@Lowellassociationfortheblind.org

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