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Be a sponsor - San Francisco Day of Civic Hacking at SF State


We are excited about San Francisco Day of Civic Hacking, part of National Day of Civic Hacking, on June 1-2, 2013!  SFDoCH is going to take place at San Francisco State University and Engine Advocacy. We’re expecting to attract over 75 participants at SF State, including developers, designers, students and activists. 


Here are several ways to get involved:


Prize-Specific Sponsorship

• 1st prize

• 2nd prize

• 3rd prize


Party Events

• Pre-party

• After-party


Food-Specific Sponsorship 

• Saturday breakfast and coffee

• Saturday lunch and drinks

• Sunday breakfast and coffee

• Sunday lunch and drinks



We also encourage companies who want to get involved to send swag. 

This is a great way to promote your brand and get participants interested. We are also open to alternative, creative ways of getting involved. t-shirts, pens, frisbee...Get creative


What you get:

• Mentioned as a sponsor in all posters, e-mails, and announcements about the event.

• Listed as a sponsor on the official website.

• Announced as sponsor of prize during final demos and awards.


Please contact Phoebe Kwan 


Phoebe Kwan

Associate Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

Division of Information Technology

San Francisco State University

1600 Holloway Ave, San Francisco CA 94132



Phone: (415) 338-6810


We appreciate you. Thank you for supporting the community and encouraging amazing geeks, designers and activists to use their powers for good! 


White House Press Release - Roll Up Your Sleeves, Get Involved, and Get Civic-Hacking


About Day of Civic Hacking - 

National Day of Civic Hacking is a national event that will take place June 1-2, 2013, in cities across the nation. The event will bring together citizens, software developers, and entrepreneurs from all over the nation to collaboratively create, build, and invent new solutions using publicly-released data, code and technology to solve challenges relevant to our neighborhoods, our cities, our states and our country. National Day of Civic Hacking will provide citizens an opportunity to do what is most quintessentially American: roll up our sleeves, get involved and work together to improve our society.


The event will leverage the expertise and entrepreneurial spirit of those outside federal, state and local government to drive meaningful, technology-based solutions for federal, state and local government. It demonstrates what's possible when we all work together to strengthen our society and our lives. YOU can make a difference no matter where you live.







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