Become a Corporate Sponsor

Become a Block Party sponsor

Our first Healthy NewsWorks Block Party is scheduled June 2, 2024, to celebrate our student reporters’ accomplishments, provide students and families with additional health and journalism experiences, and build stronger community relationships.

We invite companies and organizations to become sponsors of the event and of Health Tips in our By Kids, For Kids magazine:

As a sponsor, your organization can host a table, activity, entertainment, and/or food at the event. We will recognize your support in our event materials, on our website, and in our summer newsletter. We expect about 500 students and family members to attend.

For sponsorship options and benefits, view our digital form or our print form.

Other sponsorship opportunities

Companies and organizations that make sponsorship commitments to Healthy NewsWorks become partners with us and help advance literacy and health information among elementary and middle school students attending under-resourced schools. 

Sponsors also receive other distinctive opportunities such as to collaborate with Healthy NewsWorks on a project aligned with their company mission or to host a salon-style event featuring a community leader being interviewed by student reporters.

For more information about Healthy NewsWorks sponsorships, please contact Executive Director Marian Uhlman at muhlman@healthynewsworks.org or Community Outreach Manager Diane Davis at ddavis@healthynewsworks.org.

Healthy NewsWorks is a registered charitable organization. The official registration and financial information of Healthy NewsWorks may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling, toll-free within Pennsylvania, 800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

Donations to Healthy NewsWorks are tax-deductible. (Tax ID: 81-4668072)

Since 2003, Healthy NewsWorks has been empowering elementary and middle school students to become researchers, writers, and confident communicators who advance health understanding and literacy through their factual publications and digital media.