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Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana Sponsorship Form

Empowering Women of Achievement Through Advocacy and Education

The mission of Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana is to provide an opportunity for women of achievement, who utilize wheelchairs, to successfully educate and advocate for individuals with disabilities. Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana is a program of the Brain Injury Assn. of Louisiana/Louisiana Chapter of United Spinal Assn.

MWLA Sponsorship Application

General Contact Information
Sponsorship Level (Select One)
  • Video on website
  • Complementary Corporate Friends membership for a year
  • Logo appearance on hold screens at Annual Conference during lunch and end of the day
  • Special recognition at Annual Conference and brief speaking opportunity
  • Registration for six at Annual Conference
  • First choice in exhibitor booth location at all events
  • Full page recognition in all events programs
  • Logo on Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana competition backdrop
  • Marketing materials in Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana competition swag bags
  • Logo and company link on monthly newsletter
  • Monthly "Sponsor Spotlight" on social media including video for a year
  • Complimentary participation in all offered virtual events
  • Company logo on BIALA promotional materials for a year
  • Company link on BIALA website and name listed in BIALA resource guide
  • Signage displayed prominently at all events
  • Complimentary admittance to any BIALA events
For additional contact information, contact Kimberly Hill, kim@biala.org

Please fill out our sponsorship form above, or click the button to download a paper copy.

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When I called the helpline, I was so happy to learn about the trust fund I could apply for. I had no clue about it but am glad I know now because living with a brain injury is expensive and hard. The lady I spoke with was so nice, took the time to answer all my questions, and made me laugh. She gave me some hope and that is pretty cool.

Harry Thomas

Individual with TBI

During an incredibly difficult time, when I called the BIALA hotline desperate for help, I was greeted by someone who showed that she truly cared, and I can't say thank you enough. She was a life support for me, and I don't know how I would have survived without her. She was there when I had no one else and brought me peace and comfort and understanding. There is no amount of money or thanks in the world that could repay her for her kindness and compassion. She was and continues to be such a blessing to me.

Catherine Genovese

Caregiver

Living with a spinal cord injury has been a challenge but the peer mentor program has definitely assisted me in adjusting to my new normal. Thank you for giving me hope.

Emerson Moss

Individual with SCI