No Boundaries is growing!
Our second issue will increase in size and circulation. In 2016, we successfully partnered with Open Buffalo and produced 7,000 copies distributed all over the city and the suburbs. They provided us content and guidance and introduced us to a multitude of issues the city faces and the work being done in underreported neighborhoods to overcome inequality. Sponsorship dollars covered the paper’s production and were also turned into a donation to Open Buffalo.
10,000 Copies to Buffalo, its suburbs, and Niagara Falls
This April, we’ll tell stories from this issue’s partner organization, Matt Urban Hope Center and produce 10,000 copies. Matt Urban works all over the city helping people find homes, job training, and so much more. They support the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless. At the same time, they tackle the issues that are keeping people in poverty in this region. We’re proud to partner with them and introduce a new set of authors covering topics like accessibility in public schools, the success of immigrants and refugees in our city, artists building bridges between the east and west sides, veterans on sled hockey teams, and so much more.
Sponsor in print
Please consider supporting No Boundaries 2, either by advertising for your business, or underwriting ad space for a local non-profit. The mission of No Boundaries is to tell stories of progress from underreported neighborhoods and get readers thinking differently about neighborhoods and communities once foreign to them. We’re working to promote a renaissance that includes the entire city and all of its residents. Join us!
Shout outs on social
Our growing base of followers on social media currently includes over 11,000 accounts. While we promote the paper on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, we will include your organization in those promotional efforts as an additional form of recognition of your support.
In addition to the paper, we will be launching a podcast at the same time. Our first episode will cover the U.S. Military veterans on Buffalo’s sled hockey teams. Diving into the community of support that has been born on the ice, and the stories of those that have been affected the most, we’re excited to tell their story in a new format. There are production costs associated with recording, producing, and posting online to share, so we’re in need of a sponsor for our podcast series too. $350 will earn your business two mentions on air when hosts will discuss any of your offerings or upcoming events in need of promotion. Your logo will also be featured in all videos and photos used in promoting the episode.
For more information, or to purchase an advertisement in April’s issue or sponsor our first podcast, please reach out to our team using email@example.com.