Thank you to our Sponsors

 

Register to Become a Sponsor


Why become a sponsor?

We need your help to improve nutrition care in Canada. By becoming a sponsor, you’re pledging your support to put an end to malnutrition in Canadian hospitals. It’s time to make a difference – pledge your support today.

Sponsorship Levels

As a funding sponsor, you will be kept up to date on knowledge translation activities to show you how you’re helping to make a difference. Our sponsors receive the following recognition based on their level of support:

Sustainer: $10,000 to $24,999

Recognition on CMTF web site, via use of logo and level of sponsorship noted under the logo

Patient and public education materials developed by CMTF will note “This resource was made possible by an unrestricted grant from our sponsors.” The web site will be noted with a link to the sponsors’ page.

Supporter: $25,000 to $49,999

In addition to the Sustainer level; recognition in CMTF e-bulletins with “[NAME OF COMPANY] sponsors CMTF through unrestricted educational grants”.

 

Nourisher: $50,000 to $99,999

In addition to the Supporter level; twice-yearly status report on the impact of the unrestricted grant  and plans for the next six months.

Use of the terminology “Proud Nourisher of the Canadian Malnutrition Task Force” in the company’s publications.

Professional educational materials, such as slide decks, that are created by the CMTF will provide the following acknowledgement, “This resource is made possible by unrestricted educational grants in YEAR from our Visionary [NAME OF COMPANY], and Nourisher [NAME OF COMPANY] partners.

Visionary: $100,000+

In addition to the Nourisher level; use of the terminology “Proud Visionary of the Canadian Malnutrition Task Force” in the company’s publications, and noted as such on the CMTF sponsor web page.

Other materials not specific to direct educational purpose (e.g. website, e-bulletins) will use the following phrase for Visionary sponsors “As a Visionary sponsor of CMTF, [NAME OF COMPANY], has advanced the science and practice of nutrition.”

 
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