Ole’ 5K Run/Walk
2017 Sponsorship Levels

Doble Platino (Double Platinum): $2000 and above
Prominent Logo on ole5K.com website with link to your web page
Largest Promotional Space for logo or name on t-shirt and race day banner
Special Thank You on race day as Doble Platino Sponsor
Includes up to 12 race registrations with t-shirts

Platino (Platinum) Level: $1000
Prominent Logo on ole5K.com website with link to your web page
Large Promotional Space for logo or name on t-shirt and race day banner
Special Thank You on race day as Platino Sponsor
Includes up to 8 race registrations and t-shirts

Oro (Gold) Level: $750 donation
Logo on ole5K.com website with link to your web page
Logo or name placement on all t-shirts and race day banner
Includes up to 4 race registrations and t-shirts

Plata (Silver) Level: $500 donation
Your name will be printed on all t-shirts
You or your company name will be posted on a sign on race day
Includes 2 race registrations and t-shirts

Bronce (Bronze) Level: $250 donation
You or your company name will be posted on a sign on race day
Includes 1 race registration and t-shirt

By The Numbers

The Anna Seethaler Hospital
Average number of patients seen per month: 2,300
The hospital operates 24/7 and turns away no one in need.

Registered Participants
When the race started in 2009, we had 176 registered runners. In 2015, that number has grown to 1,100.

We are expecting 1,000+ participants in 2017. Participants range in age from 3 to 89!

Website Impressions(Number of views)
4,274 visits
2,553 unique visitors
12,578 page views

Eblast Impressions
1,470 email list
48% click rate
7 eblasts sent to database prior to race day.

For sponsorship opportunities

Contact Charley Gates at charleybgates@gmail.com for more information. To be included on shirt, sponsorship must be received by March 15, 2017.
CLICK HERE  to download the Sponsorship Form.

2017 Sponsors

(Doble Platino)

 
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Debra & Carl Samuel
Joyful Reflections Readers
Jay & Judy Shock
The Pittsburgh Foundation

(Platino)

 
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Charley Gates
Herbert / Williams Family
“In Memory of Mike Seethaler”
Paula Wilde – In Honor of Jim & Nancy Pudlo

(Plata)

 
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Bob and Karen Baker
Bob Ford Interior Painting
Fr. Terry O’Connor and Family
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The Schurter Family
Steve and Kitty Duchi
Bob & Shirley Seethaler
The Baker Family
Randy Rinier
The Tom Schauble Family

(Bronce)

Iris & John Parks
St Conrad Friary
G. William Wolf
The Maskas Family
Steve and Monika Duchi Family

Services Provided at Clinica Hospital Del Pueblo Anna Seethaler

The substantial difference provided by the Clinic: Although a variety of private health alternatives exist in Oaxaca, since its creation in 2000, the Clínica Hospital del Pueblo was defined as, and understood to be, a social project that would benefit Oaxaca’s most vulnerable population. The Clinic staff serves the community in accordance with established values and principles, all of which evolve around a deep sense of solidarity, responsibility and social justice; the clinic staff is committed to offering services below the following standards:

Quality of services: In strategic stages the clinic has been incorporating new health and medical services that are applied below the quality standards required by this institution, and at the same time diversifying those services.

Quality and warmth of attention:A patient-centered approach is employed with an emphasis on humane treatment, warmth and according to individual means. Medical attention is provided to every patient regardless of his or her social or economic status, gender, type of illness, ethnicity or sexual preference.

Not-for-profit attention: The Clinica del Pueblo may have the economic conditions which enable potential self-sustainability, yet its members-are aware of the social role of  the clinic and therefore patients pay for health and medical services according to their economic means and possibilities. A social study allows clinic staff to determine each individual patient’s economic situation, insuring that all services are accessible. According to the possibilities of the clinic, patients are never refused medical and health services.

Referrals: When it comes to cases that, due to their complexity or severity, need to be referred to other institutions, the Clínica del Pueblo has established referral agreements with other health institutions that have provided opportune, complementary and timely medical attention, which include life saving technology and possibilities for each patient.

Family dormitory:In spite of  the clinic’s limitations, we intend for every person who accesses our services  to have a place where they can stay free of charge. The clinic has a dormitory on the property for families who need a pace to stay during treatment, and occasionally food is also provided to those in need.

A Clinic linked to the community:This institution is not an isolated entity. On the contrary, to have the conceptual elements, the practice of primary care oriented towards the health of the whole community, as well as engagement of the community; the clinic create a direct link to the community through  the Community Health program, which approaches community health through various strategies, including to direct contact in the spaces where beneficiaries live.