Civic Engagement Programs
BSS has developed a strong reputation for developing successful civic engagement programs for government agencies and nonprofit organizations, including the Golden Gate Bridge 75th Anniversary and the ONESF: Celebrate the Cup program. The model we have developed over time involves the creation of a partner ecosystem, leveraging property assets and complementary partner organizations to offer substantial value to corporate partners, who then help to fund the venture through a sophisticated form of partnership.
These and other civic programs have raised millions of dollars toward worthy legacy and community goals. We are expert at working closely with a variety of stakeholder partners to create programs that serve mutual needs, raise funds, and ultimately benefit the community as a whole. We are equally adept at working with corporate sponsors, sport and entertainment properties, nonprofits, and government agencies – often simultaneously – for the benefit of our client and other ecosystem partners.
One new program for corporations to consider supporting is the San Francisco Super Bowl Host Committee, which has formed to plan and raise funds for Super Bowl L, to be held at the 49ers’ new Levi’s Stadium in 2016. We have access to leadership and can easily bring new prospective partners forward in a manner that provides tangible value for the company. The Santa Clara Convention Center, located directly adjacent to the new Levi’s Stadium, also has substantial new high-visibility partnership opportunities available.
Is your organization seeking to develop a civic engagement program? Contact BSS to learn more about how we can help.