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Cocktail Award Ceremony United Nations United Nations Association-Brazil - ANUBRA The United Nations Association - Brazil (UNAB/ANUBRA) is a non-governmental organization established in 1998.

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United Nations Association-Brazil - ANUBRA

The United Nations Association - Brazil (UNAB/ANUBRA) is a non-governmental organization established in 1998.

The main objective is to narrow the bonds of collaboration between Brazilians and the United Nations (UN).

Affiliated with the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) - United Nation's civil arm - and working together, ANUBRA strives for sustainability through projects and programs in national and international scope.

To engage the Brazilian population into the work and principles of the United Nations as well as in recent international affairs is a challenge for our institution.

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Cocktail Award Ceremony

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Fórum das Américas
  • Fórum das Américas is an independent institution, founded in 1978, dedicated to the discussion of the main hemispheric issues, from human rights to democracy, from environment to free trade.
  • organized wide range of seminars, international conferences and Books signing, the main highlight “The United Nations and Society in the Threshold of a New Millennium”, in 1998, the U.N. former Secretary-General Kofi Annan as the main speaker and gathered the most important leaders of the Brazilian society. U.N.A.-Brazil was established in this same occasion.
  • Took initiatives in the formation of the Working Groups on the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA).
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International Renewable Energy Organization

I.R.E.O.

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  • I.R.E.O. is an initiative of the Brazilian Foundation of America (B.F.A.).
  • Delivering as One, is the aim to overcome Environmental and Humanitarian challenges.
  • I.R.E.O is focused on building the bridge between Governments, NGOs, social communities and Private Sectors to establish an global Alliance in Renewable Energy.
  • To establish pilot projects for different working sectors in developing countries to be able to support their nation and region using new energy.
  • Substantial efforts are needed to reach sustainable development, by sharing resources and best practicesas wellasworking and delivering as one.
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Brazilian Foundation of America, Inc(B.F.A)

  • The Brazilian Foundation of America (BFA) is an American Not For Profit Organization under the Federal laws of 501(C) (3). Along with an office in Brazil,.
  • BFA works in educational projects to empower the least developed communities to actively be involved in social activities.
  • The BFA programs and projects follow the “The Eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)” of the UN. BFA is affiliated with the UN Economic and Social Council - ECOSOC.
  • We are working in partnership with I.R.E.O and the ANUBRA to generate financial support to promote for more sustainable development projects.
  • Our goal is to implement pilot projects within national and regional communities. Based on the results of these projects, we will share with other organizations the results and expand the efforts and lessons learned to implement similar programs in their communities
venue and date

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Venue and Date

May 2nd, 2008

United Nations

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Invitees are mainly Ambassadors; Celebrities, business leaders and special guests for the introduction of I.R.E.O;

Introduce the aims of I.R.E.O. and possibilities for everyone to participate on this movement;

Present our main sponsor that made the event possible;

Present a recognition trophy or certificate to those that are making the differences for Renewable Energy.

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Award Ceremony

Goals

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Create networking opportunities between part of the global elite, furnishing them the knowledge to start partnerships that take the limitations of our planet into consideration;

Achieve great international repercussion of this crucial subject and stimulate action by governments, enterprises and individuals;

Fundraisers (silent auction) for future projects of the International renewable Energy Organization, I.R.E.O. and the Brazilian Foundation of America, B.F.A.

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Cocktail Goals

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Participation at the event with very distinguished invitees, including presidents and CEOs of important companies from many different sectors, state authorities, royalties, personalities and academics from Brazil and the world;

Ex clusive networking;

Company /organization logo at site of high level invitees;

Associate its image to themes of the large public interest in Renewable Energy;

Tax deductible in U.S under the 501 C 3 regulations.

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Benefits for Sponsors

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Participation

  • Individual Ticket
    • Access to all panels
    • Individual name to be listed in the program
  • invitation only
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Opportunity

  • Silver Support
    • Access to all panels for 10 attendees
    • Individual name of 10 attendees listed in the program
    • Corporate logo of supporting institution listed on program as silver supporter
    • Corporate logo of sponsor displayed on official website
  • Contribution: US $10,000
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Opportunity

  • Gold Sponsor –
    • Access to all panels for 20 attendees
    • Corporate logo of sponsor displayed on official website
    • Verbal and visual logo representation of sponsor at the event to include:
  • (i) Corporate logo listed on the program as gold sponsor;
  • (ii) Acknowledgement by the MC;
  • (iii) Corporate logo displayed in plasma screens.
    • Corporate logo included in official promotion materials
    • Corporate presentation of sponsor placed in proper location
    • Contribution: US $25,000
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Opportunity

  • Platinum Sponsor –
    • Individual name for 30 attendees listed in the program
    • Corporate logo of sponsor displayed on official website
    • Verbal and visual logo representation of sponsor at the event to include:
    • (i) Corporate logo listed on the program as sponsor;
    • (ii) Acknowledgement by the MC;
    • (iii) Corporate logo displayed with exclusivity at e-banner inside the red carpet display.
    • Corporate logo included in official promotion materials
    • Corporate presentation of sponsor placed in proper location
    • Corporate will be able to provide a gift bag to all participates
    • Welcoming remarks by the president of sponsoring institution during the cocktail.
    • Contribution: US $40,000
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Brazil Foundation

of America

B.F.A.

Robson Mello

mello@bfausa.org

T + 1 516 790 0310

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Contact Information

International Renewable

Energy Organization

I.R.E.O.

Paolo Zampolli

pzampolli@ireoigo.org

T +1 212 647 7000

B.F.A. is a Not-For- Profit Organization under the Federal laws of 501(C) all contributions are tax deductible

www.bfausa.org www.ireoigo.org