PDX Browncoats, Film Action Oregon, The Portland Mercury - Can't Stop The Serenity - Joss Whedon's 'Serenity' To Benefit Equality Now and the Women's Film Initiative - June 22 & 23 at the Hollywood Theatre

A Message From Joss Whedon
(Plus: You Are Dua Khalil)

Local Total:
$13,000

Global As Of 22 August:
$121,806.05 (est)

Women's Film Initiative:
Approx. $1,000

Sponsorship Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in helping the PDX Browncoats make this year's Can't Stop the Serenity even more successful than 2006. This year we aim to double last year's take of $7,200 -- but we can't do it without your help. Business sponsorships are a critical part of making an event like this happen.

If your business (local or otherwise) or a business you know is interested in sponsoring Can't Stop the Serenity here in Portland, and advertising to a potential combined audience of nearly 1,000 people, please download our sponsor packet below.

Remember: As the founding city of the worldwide charity screenings movement, the Portland of Oregon is being watched by eyes around the world.

Below you will find a list of the contents of our sponsorship packet, which we have been distributing to potential sponsors. If you'd like to become a sponsor of this year's events, they are offered here so you can download and print them, fill them out, and send them back to us.

Please email our sponsorship coordinator with any questions (or requests for pickup of completed forms and/or donations). Full contact information is included in our sponsorship packet.

Sponsorship Invitation Letter (pdf)
Program Ad Order Form (pdf)
Poster Ad (Logo) Order Form (pdf)
Raffle Donation Form (pdf)
Program Ad Layout Samples (pdf)

Press Release (pdf)

And if you'd like to support the event -- and our charities -- but direct sponsorship isn't for you, please buy some tickets and join us at a screening. When you purchase your tickets online, you also will have the opportunity to make an additional donation to Equality Now and/or the Women's Film Initiative.

Local Total:
$13,000

Global As Of 22 August:
$121,806.05 (est)

Women's Film Initiative:
Approx. $1,000