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Sponsorships & Marketing Opportunities

Gala 2011 Corporate Sponsors

Barbara Groom & Bob Laffranchi

Brew Master, Lost Coast Brewery Owner & Benefactor of the Lost Coast Brewery Native Plant Garden, Barbara Groom with Bob Laffranchi, Longtime HBGF Sponsor, Owner of Loleta Cheese Factory & Creator of the Loleta Cheese Factory’s Humboldt Garden Cheddar.

Our support of the Humboldt Botanical Garden is indicative of our commitment to the future well being of the region on both an economic and aesthetic basis.  We recognize the vital role that tourism plays in the local economy and believe strongly that the [Humboldt] Botanical Garden will serve as a cornerstone of local attractions.  -Phil Ricord, Former President & General Manager of Wildberries Marketplace

There is a diverse offering of marketing opportunities and good will that are derived from an HBGF Sponsorship.  Your investment in HBGF affords your brand or your name a link in the public’s mind that beautiful things, including the environment, education, health, enjoyment and welfare of the public are important to you. HBG greatly appreciates the suppofr of all sponsors.

Click here for our 2015 Sponsorship Packet or contact us for more information.

If your company is interested in being a single event sponsor for the 2015 HBGF Garden Gala , please fill out and return the Garden Gala Sponsor Form.  Applications can be returned to the office via email or mail or by hand.

*Having your business name or logo printed on event marketing materials is a time sensitive benefit, please contact office to confirm availability.

Please consider including HBGF in your corporate giving this year.  HBGF has many noble causes worthy of your support.

  • The garden’s work program partnerships help train workers in the gardening, landscaping and nursery trades.
  • The garden supports activities that benefit an aging population, helping to keep their minds and bodies engaged in gardening.  Children’s programs teach and inspire children in the garden and in the wild.
  • The garden preserves rare and native species and provides a wonderful venue for the community to meet.