Nachdi Jawani Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the youth and the community at large for cultural understanding. We take great pride in this and rely on the community to support us. The continuing success of Nachdi Jawani has been made possible by the philanthropy of our sponsors each year. We are extending an invitation to all organizations, corporations, and individuals who would like to become a part of this huge success.
We will increase the profile of your company, products, and services in several ways: TV, Radio, and Print media exposure; Internet and email promotion; through posters, articles, advertisements, banners, and the official website of our group -www.nachdijawani.com and your Business Cards displays at our studios throughout the year.
For over five years, We have received an unprecedented amount of media coverage, including full-page articles and color spreads in the Toronto star, Toronto Sun, Brampton guardian, Mississauga news, coverage by the Omni Channel, Rogers TV, Vision TV programs, and most South Asian media outlets in the GTA and worldwide. In appreciation of your support, and to ensure that we keep your executives and clients happy, we provide perks available only to our corporate sponsors. Our sponsorship package outlines our various sponsorship levels, as well as the benefits we are committed to provide to our sponsors.
We have developed a comprehensive package with sponsorship levels for businesses of all sizes. Please contact our Sponsorship team at 905-793-1000 (email@example.com) to receive a sponsorship package tailor-made for your organization. Once you’ve reviewed the package, please contact us to begin our partnership.
Nachdi Jawani also has many exciting initiatives and events from which sponsors can benefit with our marketing. To learn more, please contact 905-793-1000
Our Proud Sponsors :
Rai Law Office, Ultra Savings Card, Lidder Brothers Trucking, Vaccouver Cloth House,
Wise immigration, Akal Optical, TD Canada Trust, Harpreer Hayerr, Balle Balle Sweets,
Vicky Dhillon, Iqbal Virk