Strides for Strokes 2015 Sponsorship Levels

Sponsorship Levels

 $2000 – Title Sponsor (available to one sponsor)

  • Recognition as the Title Sponsor on all advertising
  • Largest sponsor Company name/logo on T-shirt and advertising
  • Name/Company name listed on events website with a link to your company website
  • Opportunity to provide sample product for goodie bags and/or have signage and/or booth at the event
  • Four (4) complimentary 5K Run/Walk registration fees

 $1500 – Platinum Level

  • Name/Company name listed on events website with a link to your company website
  • Company name/logo on T-Shirts
  • Opportunity to provide sample product for goodie bags and/or have signage at the event
  • Name/Company name on all advertising
  • Three (3) complimentary 5K Run/Walk registration fees

 $1000 – Gold Level

  • Name/Company name listed on events website with a link to your company website
  • Company name/logo on T-Shirts
  • Opportunity to provide sample product for goodie bags and/or have signage at the event
  • Two (2) complimentary 5K Run/Walk registration fee

$500 – Silver Level

  • Name/Company name listed on events website with a link to your company website
  • Company name/logo on T-Shirts
  • Opportunity to provide sample product for goodie bags

$250 – Bronze Level

  • Name/Company name listed on events website
  • Company name/logo on T-Shirts

 $100 – Friendship Level

  • Name/Company name listed on events website

 

 Bellaflies is a 501(c) 3 Non-profit Foundation EIN/Tax Id# 45-3836821

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Beautiful Bellaflies

We are honored once again to be featured in Peekaboo Magazine in Northwest Arkansas. This is a FREE local family magazine that highlights events, charities, companies, families, and things to do in the community. They have been such a champion for Bellaflies and our mission of Making a Positive! They have helped us spread pediatric stroke awareness, and that will help save lives. Thank you Peekaboo!!

Read our latest story here…

Doctor urges quick action on child strokes

Bella’s pediatric strokes were missed at the first hospital she was taken to. The radiologist completely misread her CT scans. He stated there were no brain abnormalities when in fact her CT scan showed pediatric strokes and severe brain swelling-so severe that her skull had started to expand.

Looking back Bella did have signs of brain swelling and pediatric strokes, but she also had signs of a severe stomach bug. The article below tells you the pediatric stroke signs and that time is brain at any age. Bella was taken to a hospital and they were missed, but her parents didn’t know what to look for they just knew something was seriously wrong. That is why it is important for anyone who is around children to know that pediatric strokes can happen to any child at any time.

 

You can read more here: https://au.news.yahoo.com/nsw/a/23984625/childhood-stroke-warning/

 

Brendon’s Smile Pediatrics Stroke Lecture Series at Washington Univeristy School of Medicine is a Strides for Strokes 2014 funding recipient

Brendon's Smile PhotoWe are thrilled to be able to support such a wonderful lecture series put on by The Brendon’s Smile Foundation! The proceeds from Bellafies Strides for Strokes 2014 with be split between two categories: research and education. We have chosen Brendon’s Smile as our education funds recipient from Strides for Strokes 2014.

We were able to attend the 5th annual Brendon’s Smile lecture series at Washington University on March 7, 2014. After listening to Dr. Heather Fullerton speak and seeing the turnout of physicians who came we knew that we had to support this informative lecture series. The goal of this series is to inform and educate physicians about pediatric strokes.

Bella’s pediatric strokes were missed at the first hospital that she was taken to. The radiologist completely misread her CT scan. He did not note her massive brain swelling, or pediatric strokes. That negligence lead to her not receiving the proper care for hours.  That is why we are passionate about pediatric stroke education and awareness, and why we believe strongly in this lecture series.

Brendon’s Smile is a not for profit organization whose core purpose is to raise awareness for Pediatric Stroke, to inform readers of the signs/symptoms of stroke in infants and children, to educate medical professionals who treat children, to educate caregivers about advocating for child SURVIVORS of stroke, and to share resources which support those children who endure a stroke or strokes.{www.brendonssmile.org}

We want to thank Brendon’s Smile for continuing to educate medical professionals about pediatric strokes. Bellaflies is happy to support such an important lecture series!