Rivers Alive is funded through the generous financial backing of corporate sponsors like those listed here. Rivers Alive is a program of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division Outreach Program.
A volunteer advisory board of corporate, public, and non-profit representatives provides direction for Rivers Alive. This support is instrumental in helping Rivers Alive achieve its mission of creating awareness of and involvement in the preservation of Georgia's water resources as evidenced by the hard work of the thousands of local volunteers.
State Level Sponsorship
The state level contributions will enable Rivers Alive to provide promotional material such as posters, banners, education materials, and Rivers Alive T-shirts to over 28,000 volunteers throughout the state. Your gift will also enable Rivers Alive to host an awards ceremony in appreciation of our volunteers and cleanup event organizers. To become a state sponsor, your corporation must be willing to make a donation at one of the following levels.
$7,500 Most prominent placement of logos on t-shirts, posters, and website
$5,000 Prominent placement of logos on t-shirts, posters, and website
$3,000 Placement of logos on t-shirts, posters, and website
$1,000 Placement of name on t-shirts and logo on posters and website
$500 Name on posters and website
To learn more about Rivers Alive and your role as a cleanup sponsor, please watch our short video.To obtain more information on becoming a state sponsor, please call 404-651-8514 or email Rivers Alive.
Local Cleanup Event Sponsorship
Sponsors can also get involved at the local level. Local organizers of river cleanup events need materials to help coordinate successful cleanups. Local organizers are looking for products such as trash bags, insect repellent, sunscreen lotion, disposable cameras, rubber gloves, refreshments, snacks, food (hotdogs, hamburgers, etc.), and much more. If you would like to contribute, use our Locate a Cleanup page to find cleanup events and contact organizers in your area.
Rivers Alive is the official partner of the Ocean Conservancy's International Coastal Cleanup Event.