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Sponsorship - become our Community Partner!
RECAMFT Event Sponsorship with Community Partners
Mission statement: "The purpose of RECAMFT is to promote and maintain professional competence and integrity with knowledge, innovation, compassion, humor and respect for human dignity and diversity. We do this by providing opportunities for networking, education and community outreach.”Redwood Empire Chapter of California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (RECAMFT) is a membership-based organization that supports the mental health professionals of Sonoma County who provide direct services to the people of our community. This includes underserved and low income persons and addresses the full spectrum of mental and behavioral health issues. RECAMFT members are dedicated to providing the highest possible level of care and resources to those we serve.
We welcome and salute community partners and sponsors who share our vision for providing educational and outreach events to professionals in Sonoma County. Click here to read our Sponsorship Letter of Agreement.
Who can be a sponsor?
What are the benefits to a sponsor?
What are the levels available for sponsorship?
2. Email your completed letter to email@example.com. Someone will contact you soon about becoming a Community Partner Sponsor.
Thank you for considering becoming a Community Partner Sponsor with RECAMFT!
RECAMFT was voted #1 CAMFT Chapter in 2014 and in 2018!
Click here to download a PDF Invitation to become a Community Partner Sponsor from RECAMFT's President.
Levels of sponsorship
$5000 Giant Sequoia Sponsor
Above: Photo of Giant Sequoia Cone by Dave Mitchell.
Below: Oct. 2017 Francis Weller Conference, a member asks a question.
$3000 Coastal Redwood Sponsor
Below: Members enjoying the exercises offered by Francis Weller, Oct. 2017.
$2,500 Emerald Cypress Sponsor:
Below: Member Eric Lofchie asks Rick Hanson a question, Oct. 2015.
$1500 Majestic Oak Sponsor:
$1000 Sweet Bay Sponsor
$500 Pacific Dogwood Sponsor
$250 California Poppy Sponsor for monthly meetings, currently held at Odd Fellows Hall, 545 Pacific Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404
1. Make a payment to RECAMFT in the amount specific to the chosen sponsorship level at least 60 days prior to the event date.
2. Provide marketing materials (logo, etc.) in electronic form to RECAMFT.
3. Prepare and distribute your materials for display at the event.
4. Optional: provide a representative to manage the Sponsor’s table.
5. Email all needed advertising materials, and completed Sponsorship Letter of Agreement to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as sponsorship level is chosen.
RECAMFT makes no guarantee that Sponsor’s participation at the described event will be exclusive of any other sponsors.
Immediately following receipt of your logo, payment and agreement, we will commence the marketing promised you per the level of Sponsorship you have chosen. Therefore, once your date is secured, the fee for sponsorship is non-refundable.
In the event that you are unable to attend your scheduled event, you are welcome to send a representative in your place. If you can't send a representative, your sponsorship will be announced at your sponsored meeting, and members will be directed to our website for more information about your services.
All sponsors are required to refrain from making insensitive or disparaging statements pertaining to ethnicity, race, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or class. RECAMFT reserves the right to bar from our meetings any sponsor who violates this provision.
Ivy Griffin, LMFT spoke to a full house in RECAMFT's new larger venue at Odd Fellows Hall, Santa Rosa, Feb. 2019.
Dr. Dan Wile spoke to RECAMFT at a monthly meeting in March 2017.
New Sponsorship opportunity!
SAVE the DATE! 1/31/20
The ever popular Dave Jensen, JD will be back to entertain us with his novel take on Law & Ethics!
RECAMFT was delighted to have Rick Hanson, PhD, best-selling NY Times author in Oct. 2015. Dr. Hanson wrote Buddha's Brain and Hardwiring Happiness. He offered RECAMFT a fascinating 6 hour workshop on Positive Neuroplasticity.
Above: 2015-2016 CAMFT President, Laura Strom, Dr. Rick Hanson, 2017-2018 CAMFT President, Dr. Bob Casanova, LMFT.
RECAMFT events draw large crowds from the Sonoma County Behavioral Health Community.
We also draw from the surrounding counties, including Marin, Lake, Napa and Mendocino.
Here are some pictures from prior events.
Above: Author Francis Weller, drew a large crowd, Oct. 2017.
Above: Dr. Mary Flett drew around 250 people to her DSM-5 presentation, held in Santa Rosa at Finley Center, Feb. 2014.
Below: Each spring CAMFT staff attorney David Jensen, JD, presents "Law & Ethics" to a large crowd at Furth Center.
RECAMFT films our monthly speakers. Meetings are held at the Odd Fellows Hall, ten months out of the year. Our monthly speakers draw a nice crowd. Here are some shots of prior speakers.
Above: Author Michelle Minero, The Self-Love Diet, Feb. 2015.
Above: Dr. Laury Rappaport, speaks about focusing arts.
We are grateful to our past community sponsors! See more here.
RECAMFT responded very quickly to the Oct. 2017 NorCal fires, by offering a training to helping professionals on disaster mental health.
Over 250 people registered for these free trainings which were held at a local church.
Below: Doreen Van Leeuwen, disaster mental health specialist speaking. Her training was video-taped by RECAMFT, and put on its own page on our website for anyone to view.
In 2019 RECAMFT moved its monthly meetings to a larger venue in Odd Fellows Hall which provides an excellent screen, and sound system.
Below are some pictures from our February 2019 meeting with Ivy Griffin, LMFT presenting on Highly Sensitive Person(s) (HSPs).
Click here to learn more about efforts to help our community recover from the wildfires!