File contains a corporate sponsorship "wish list", correspondence with sponsors, including Roots Canada which supplied the Walk t-shirts for many years and a sample form letter sent to volunteers who helped at the "annual t-shirt stuffing pizza dinner," preparing the t-shirts for mailing out to participants before the March.
File contains lists of potential sponsors, memos, form letters, organizing lists, company literature, sponsor logos, a list of sponsorship commitments, and a corporate sponsorship plan. There is also a memo from Walk coordinator Avrum Rosensweig outlining the sponsorship items lined up for the Walk: recruitment video, hats, sponsorship book, and posters. As well, there are a number of sample thank you letters that indicate the sponsoring companies and what they donated.
File contains a brochure promoting corporate sponsorship of the Walk and a sample of the letter sent to companies with some replies. There is also a collection of letters from other entities or for other events (eg. Super Sunday, golf tournament) that was presumably drawn on for ideas by the Walk publicity team. Also in the file are lists of possible and confirmed corporate sponsors, an agenda and meeting summary of the Corporate Sponsorship Committee, memos and letters.
Title based on contents of the file.
A full list of sponsors can be found in the thank you ad run in the Canadian Jewish News. See file 24 of this sub-sub-series.
File contains an outline of corporate advertising opportunities with a brochure; lists of sponsors (donors); letters to donors; meeting notes; refusal letters from companies; and some records relating to the ordering of t-shirts from Roots Canada.
File contains form letters to potential sponsors, a grant application to the Raptors Foundation, other correspondence, lists of confirmed sponsors, and letters to Air Canada and El Al Airlines regarding the tickets they usually donate for the raffle.
The Raptors Foundation is the charitable arm of the Toronto Raptors Basketball Club. It has a mandate to assist registered charitable organizations that support community athletic and recreational programs that offer youth-oriented opportunities, particularly for those at risk.
File contains design mock-ups, letters, memos, and content, for the sponsor book designed for adults. Also in the file are copies of Russian emigration documents used for reference, and perhaps considered for inclusion, in the adult sponsorship book, since the Walk theme was focussed on the "exodus" of Soviet Jews making aliyah to Israel. These Russian documents include flight tickets, a Soviet Exit visa, an Israeli entry visa, and the form used to "invite" relatives and others to Israel.
File consists of correspondence regarding the provision of immigration sponsorship and financial assistance to Polish Jews entering Canada, including relief and employment and transportation assistance.