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How Can You Sponsor Awake In Philly?
Question: What do I have to do to sponsor Awake In Philly?
Answer: Well, helping defray costs, such as sponsoring printing of materials used for the group, or other materials used for public education would be a terrific start. Then there is always that need to pay the U.S. Postal Service for mailing information to various physicians, sleep labs, and people seeking information.
Question: How long do I have to be a sponsor?
Answer: Forever would be nice, but you can sponsor various items, such as postcard printing with meeting dates, a mailing to group members, and other things, too. For instance, you could sponsor the refreshments that are available at the monthly meetings. Another option would be to help print additional public education brochures being developed.
Question: I think I'm interested in being a sponsor. What do I have to do?
Answer: It's quite simple, really. Just contact Dave Jackson through a simple email, telling him you want to be a sponsor. Is there a list of things that Awake In Philly could use help funding?
Answer: I'm glad you asked! Here are some of the things for which we are seeking sponsors:
Awake In Philly is a community education group for individuals who have been diagnosed with at least one of the recognized sleep disorders, as well as anyone else impacted by those with sleep disorders. The information contained in this site is intended to provide support, guidance, and encouragement to others contending with the many challenges of sleep disorders. The goals of Awake In Philly are to support, educate, and inform those who feel the impact of sleep disorders, as well as the general public, and is not intended to replace medical advice, nor is any information to be misinterpreted as an attempt to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
If you have questions about any of the medical conditions mentioned on this website, especially if you suspect that you (or someone you know) has sleep apnea, please contact a qualified medical professional immediately. Medical advice should only come from qualified, licensed, and trained healthcare professionals.