Sponsor online campaigns that target specific demographics and browsing habits. These memes appear in Facebook, Google searches, and other websites. Coming soon!
Are you part of a student or community group? We’d love to partner with you to raise public awareness in your community! If your group fundraises 60% of the cost of a campaign, we’ll add it to the map to crowdfund the rest. If you fundraise the full cost, we’ll work together with you on the ad designs to tailor them to your community and to acknowledge your group. Contact us to discuss venue options and pricing estimates.
Do you have a passion for raising public awareness about this most important topic? If so, we can put your talents to good use. If you're a seasoned researcher or someone who has worked in agriculture, we'd love to collaborate on content development. If graphic design is your forte, lend us your expertise to design eye-catching ads. If you have a background in marketing or advertising, help us optimize ad placement and navigate the ad industry. Can you help behind the scenes with pro bono tax or legal help? We'd gladly accept!
Reposting our content on social media and tagging us not only spreads a message of health, stewardship, and compassion, but also generates valuable traffic and potential donors to SponsorTruth.org. This creates a unique opportunity to expand your advocacy beyond your own social networks and deliver this important information in "print" and to public forums where it will be seen and heard for the first time.
SponsorTruth.org is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to raising public awareness regarding the many benefits of adopting a plant-based diet. Decades of corporate-influenced dietary guidelines have created an epidemic health crisis. Animal agriculture is the leading cause of ecosystem destruction, yet dietary changes remain "off the table" when drafting environmental policy. And the public is generally unaware of the suffering endured by billions of animals raised for food.
SponsorTruth.org runs nationwide campaigns using outdoor (billboards, public transit, etc.) and digital (Facebook, Google, etc.) media, delivering the underreported truth to consumers so they can make healthier, more sustainable, and ethical choices.