Co-hosted by After the Harvest and the National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame

Sponsorship Opportunities

The Amaizing Sweet Corn Glean-A-Thon & Festival is a great opportunity for organizations to become corporate sponsors of the event and help support the fight against hunger. If your organization is looking for an opportunity to make an impact and be part of an important cause, then becoming a corporate sponsor of After the Harvest’s Sweet Corn Glean-A-Thon and Festival is the perfect way to do it.

As a corporate sponsor, your organization will receive recognition for your commitment to fighting hunger in the community and have the ability to connect with potential customers, partners, and employees. Plus, sweet corn harvested from the event will be donated directly to agencies serving food insecure people in Kansas City.

Benefits of Sponsorship

Sponsorships offer public recognition of your business’s commitment to our community, and connection with our mission to eradicate food insecurity in our community. Your organization’s positive impact creates a “halo effect,” which helps to attract new customers and bolster your company’s reputation.

Showcase social responsibility

Create visibility and awareness

Stimulate sales and usage

Provide team-building opportunities

Increase brand loyalty

Sponsorship Packages

Sponsors of the 2023 Amaizing Sweet Corn Glean-A-Thon & Festival receive unique benefits such as recognition on our website, sponsored content, festival tickets, and more. 
Click on any package below for more information.

Social Media Promotion


Website Presence


Event Flyers & e-Newsletters


Press Releases


On-Stage Company Promo

Team Shirts w/ Company Logo


Donated Item in Swag Bags


Prominent On-Site Company Logo


Featured Sponsored Content


Thank You Email


Ready to Sponsor?
Contact Lisa or Michael.

816-921-1903, ext. 101

816-921-1903, ext. 102

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