Sponsors Make the Work We Do Possible

Our corporate sponsors make our work and our events possible. With the financial support of these upstanding organizations in our community, we’re able to put up a good fight against the childhood hunger epidemic happening in our own backyards in northeast Ohio.

Sponsorship Levels

Sponsors are needed to support the schools we serve in Barberton, Kent and Ravenna, Ohio, in a variety of capacities. Every dollar helps children in need to succeed in school.


  • Truck Sponsor: $1000/year
  • Bag Sponsor: $2500/year
  • Food Sponsor: $4400/month ($4 a child)
  • Toiletry Sponsor: $1045/month ($.95 a child)


  • Truck Sponsor: $1000/year
  • Bag Sponsor: $2100/year
  • Food Sponsor: $4060/month ($4 a child)
  • Toiletry Sponsor: $980/month ($.95 a child)


  • Truck Sponsor: $1000/year
  • Bag Sponsor: $1000/year
  • Food Sponsor: $2080/month ($4 a child)
  • Toiletry Sponsor: $130/month ($.95 a child)

Sponsorship Opportunities

There are so many ways to give back through the Ben Curtis Family Foundation and many of our sponsors provide financial support for our signature events. Click on a link below to learn more about our annual events!
Rough Rider Run logo

Rough Rider Run 5K

Sponsors make possible our annual fun run and 5K race to run childhood hunger out of existence.

Ben Curtis golf kit

Annual Golf Classic

Sponsors make possible our annual golf event with British Open champion Ben Curtis, to raise funds for hungry kids.

Wine glasses at a Merlot and Manicures event

The Tour

Sponsors make possible our annual wine tasting and buying event with all proceeds going back to our foundation.

Ben Curtis Family Foundation, A Very Merry Dinner table setting

A Very Merry Dinner

Sponsors make possible our annual Christmas dinners and holiday experiences for children and families in need in Kent and Ravenna, Ohio.

Become a Sponsor

Is your organization interested in helping to end childhood hunger in northeast Ohio? Contact us today to join the fight!

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