Sponsorship & Engagement

JSummit is the premier lay leadership gathering of the JCC Movement, a conference that will bring hundreds of high-level community leaders, doers, and thinkers from around the globe to Milwaukee. These visitors represent the very best minds and leaders serving North America – both as movement executives and board leaders bringing their own professional successes. All are significant influencers within their own communities, and many are young professionals, family-minded military personnel, and established leaders from cities and towns across North America.

The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center – among the region’s preeminent destinations for inclusive community wellness, high quality education, and comprehensive community services – is proud to serve as host community for the international movement’s signature engagement experience. In addition to providing leadership in logistics, transportation, event services, and community engagement, the host community is uniquely charged with building a host community celebration event. Scheduled to be hosted at the Harley Davidson Museum, this host event will bring together the very best of what Milwaukee has to offer, leaving guests and vendors with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to connect with the innovative and warm spirit that makes Milwaukee shine. In partnership with sponsoring organizations and community leaders, the Host Community Event will define the community for generations to come – for Milwaukeeans and beyond.

Host Community Sponsorship Opportunities Include:

• Brew City Sponsor (exclusive) $50,000
Presenting sponsor status for all host community programs and efforts, with brand exposure and interaction commensurate to that investment.

• Cream City Sponsor (limit 2) $25,000
After-title sponsor status for all host community programs and efforts.

• Good Land Sponsor (multiple) $10,000

• Bubbler Sponsor (multiple) $5,000

• Cooler By the Lake Sponsor (multiple) $2,500

To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, contact Chad Tessmer at 414-967-8242.