Sponsorship Opportunities

Become a sponsor

Sponsorships are essential to the success of A New Beginnings adoption and pregnancy services.  A New Beginning’s business partnerships make a big difference.  We invite you to consider joining us through sponsorship of our Annual Birth Mother Tea, Youth Advisory Board (teen adoption ambassadors), Annual National Adoption Month Celebration, Birth mother post adoption support group – Connections, its a girl thing and Birth Mother hospital bags.

3rd Annual Family BBQ – September 21  Invitations coming soon!

In celebration of Adoption and bringing the adoption community together, A New Beginning will host it’s third Adoption Picnic in September, time and location details coming soon.   Everyone who has been touched by adoption and is invited.  We are searching for sponsors or donations for the following:

  • Food sponsor – $1000
  • Face Painting Sponsor – $150
  • Balloon Artist Sponsor – $150
  • Event Sponsor – $2,000
  • Partial sponsors welcome – Any amount

If  you have any questions or interested in a sponsorship, please contact tina@adoptanewbeginning.org.

Hover and click on image for video of past family bbq’s

2019 Birth Mother Tea Party Sponsorship – We are currently looking for sponsors

The Birth Mother Tea is an annual event held on National Birth Mother’s Day, which is the Saturday before Mother’s Day.  2018’s event was beautiful and unique.  All of our Birth Mother’s are invited to the afternoon luncheon to celebrate each of them for their individuality and the positive impact they’ve had in so many lives.  It’s always free to birth mothers.  We invite you to consider being part of the event through sponsorship.   Sponsorship options below.

Sponsored by  

lifestages ob/gyn

Foster Adoption and Birth Mother Public Service Announcements – SPONSORED, thank you!

The number of children in Foster Care awaiting permanent placement is staggering.  A New Beginning’s public service announcement highlights four successful stories of pre-teen and teen adoptions to Idaho families.  WE NEED FAMILIES to adopt these waiting children across the nation.   View our finished video to the right.

Women and men who select an adoption plan for their parenting plan are often met with stereotypes and a negative stigma. The public service announcement positively highlights 6 women who chose an adoption plan for their babies/children.

Foster-Adopt Public Service Announcement

Birth Mother Public Service Announcement

Hospital bags for Birth mothers

Adoption is a lifetime journey for everyone involved, the birth family, adoptee and the adoptive parents.   Each has a combination of emotions, but birth families experience tremendous grief and loss.  When each of them leave the hospital, A New Beginning gives each of them a unique bag which contains items that may provide some comfort to them in their first days home after placing their babies for adoption.   We are currently collected donated items to make each special.   Click here for our wishlist items.

Connections, it’s a Girl Thing

Connections, It’s a girl thing is a post-adoption support group for birth mother’s who selected adoption plans for their babies.  This monthly meeting provides a safe place for these very special girls to be with other like-experience birth mothers.  While each month is a different event, each is designed to first create bonds and friendships but also build upon self-esteem, values, grief and loss, moving forward, creating healthy connections with the adoptive families and their birth children, resume building, speakers that empower and so much more.   We hope to raise a total of $3,600 per year to support the bond building, education and activities of the Connections group.  You can help by make a donation of any size.  Click here.

Youth Advisory Board

The Youth Advisory Board is a support group designed for pre-teen and teen adoptees.  They meet twice per month and learn essential skills they may have missed in foster care such as communication skills, financial and career development, teamwork, self-esteem, leadership and fellowship with like-experienced kids their own age.  The program is also an effective mentorship program and they serve as Ambassadors for Adoption while speaking on adoption discussion panels.     We hope to raise a total of $5,400 per year to support the activities and events of the Youth Advisory Board.  You can help by make a donation of any size.  Click here.

Homecoming Dance (Annual celebration for Adoptive Families – “Gotcha Day”)

Title sponsor by Zach Evans Construction

It’s not quite what you think.  An adoptive families homecoming day can be compared to a birthday.  It’s the celebration of the day their child became part of their family.  It’s a BIG DEAL.   A New Beginning hosts an annual event in November and it’s called Homecoming Dance.   Adoptive Families are invited to dress up in their finest evening attire and meet us on the dance floor and celebrate an entire night.  We celebrate family, adoption and homecoming.  While we loved our annual dance tradition, we are replacing this celebration event with our Annual Adoption Picnic.  See above.

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Special Thank You to our Sponsors

Victory Greens
Nowacki Family
Cahoon Family
Dana Gillespie
Adrienne Lane-Martin
Arina Robinson
Megan Bryant
Kayla-Leah Rich
Nathan and Brianna Law
Emmett Wemp
Bliss Events
Bigelow Tea
Theresa Lucarelli Catering
Renee Bade
Hiliary Secrest
Dana Gillespie
Kim Schafer
Tara Morris
Julia Elzie and family
Kevin Troutt
Zach Evans Construction
Fisher’s Technology
T-O Engineers
Patrick & Eva Fithen
501st Legion – Timberline Garrison

In-kind donations

Kim Schaefer
The Recycle Room
Boise Towne Square
Nazarene Church
Dave and Busters
Dillard’s Department Store
The Lucarelli Family
Rocket Carwash
Wahooz Family Center
Roaring Springs
Megan Bryant
Quizno’s – Franklin Rd Location
Cafe Ole – Milwaukee St Location
Blue and Orange Store
Nothing Bundt Cakes
Guru Donuts
The Chocolate Bar
Wildhorse Casino – Pendleton Oregon
Cactus Petes – Jackpot, Nevada
The Grove Hotel
Idaho Steelheads
Idaho Wine Commission
Trader Joe’s