WRJ Fried Leadership Conference 2018

Sponsorship Opportunities

Virtual Journal Ads

The virtual journal is a great way to honor people or groups for their service to WRJ.

The ads will play throughout the conference and all those honored will receive a virtual copy.

  • Full - $360
  • Half - $180
  • Quarter - $72
  • Single line - $36

Purchase your ads today!


All ads should be in the following format:

Size: Full - 1000 pixels x 600 pixels; Half - 500 pixels x 600 pixels; Quarter - 500 pixels x 300 pixels
Format: TIF, JPEG, GIF, or PDF

Ads are due by February 10, 2018. 

FLC 2018 Sponsorship Opportunities

Fried Leadership Conference YES Fund Luncheon 

The YES (Youth, Education, & Special Projects) Fund event is a highlight for WRJ Fried Leadership Conference attendees. This event highlights the tremendous work of the YES Fund, which gives $300,000-$400,000 yearly to support youth, education, social justice, and special projects. This year’s luncheon will focus on WRJ’s impact on camping.

  • Youth level sponsor: $5,000
    Help support NFTY, as well as URJ Camps and Israel programs
  • Education level sponsor: $3,600
    Help train future leaders of Reform Judaism by providing scholarships for rabbinical and cantorial students
  • Special Projects level sponsor: $2,500
    Help fund the Eisendrath Legislative Assistant, who advocates for Jewish values and social justice  
  • Reserved Table for 10 people at YES Fund Luncheon- $1,000

Fried Leadership Conference Social Media and Photo Center - $5,000

The social media center may include charging station, selfie photo stations (with props and backdrop); computer station, and other social media and technology opportunities.

Fried Leadership Conference Special Donor Recognition Event — $5,000

Honor WRJ’s highest-level donors at a special Torah study to celebrate the important impact they make each year.

Fried Leadership Conference Bags with Logo - $5,000

Fried Leadership Conference Workshops- $1,800

Questions? Contact Kadie Black, WRJ Manager of Philanthropy, at kblack@wrj.org.