2022 Sponsorship Opportunities

Conference Sponsorships:

This year PAF, HCU and OAA are having a combined conference.  For more information, please contact us.  Conferences are a valuable opportunity for families and medical professionals to learn about propionic acidemia, hear the latest on research and clinical trials, check out current medical foods and formulas and learn from each other.

Newsletter Sponsorships:

The PAF Newsletter contains important updates on research including treatment, current research projects, and clinical trials.   Outreach activities may include upcoming conferences, family days, virtual events/activities and the Warrior Birthday Club.  It is also an opportunity for families to share their story.  The fall edition includes our annual report.

Newsletter Reach:

• Electronically distributed to families affected by PA (including internationally), physicians, RDs, clinics, and other stake holders

• 1,100+ print copies distributed to affected families, physicians, RDs, clinics and other stake holders in the US Additional print copies distributed at conferences attended by PAF (possibly including SIMD, GMDI, Abbott Nutrition Metabolic), newly diagnosed families, etc. •

Partner $5,000+

Company logo printed on PAF’s Spring and Fall newsletters under Sponsors   ($2500 for either the Spring or Fall Newsletter)

Supporter $1,500-$4,999

Company name listed as sponsor in PAF’s Spring and Fall newsletters ($750 for either the Spring or Fall Newsletter)

Deadline for Spring Newsletter: March 1, 2022.  Deadline for Fall Newsletter:  August 1, 2022.

Education Grants for Mailings and Webinars:

If you are interested in collaborating on educational materials or webinars, please contact us at [email protected]

Friend Sponsorship  (choose an amount)

Sponsorships can be made by check to

Propionic Acidemia Foundation

PO Box 151

Deerfield, IL 60015-4421

Logos can be emailed to [email protected]

Thank you to all of our sponsors!  We really appreciate your support and generosity.

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