Forum 2019 - Sponsorship Opportunity

The National Farmed Animal Health and Welfare (NFAHW) Council will be hosting our annual Forum on November 26 and 27, 2019 in Gatineau.  The NFAHW Council Forum is an exciting event that creates the opportunity to share information on farmed animal health and welfare activities in Canada, as well as to network with animal health and welfare stakeholders.  The annual forum has become an important national meeting of those with an interest in farmed animal health and welfare in Canada.    

 The Forum event attendance has been growing every year, and in order to assist with the growing costs associated with the popularity of the event, the Council will be charging a registration fee for Forum 2019.  You can also help to ensure the ongoing success of the Forum through sponsorship.  The Council has several sponsorship package options for your consideration, or we are happy to discuss with you other sponsorship opportunities that may better suit your needs.  Sponsors to the Forum will receive significant exposure through signage, program materials, the Council website, and program announcements.  

Click the  link for the sponsorship form, which details some sponsorship options for your consideration. If you have any questions or would like to discuss the possibility of Forum Sponsorship, please feel free to contact:

Samantha Benattar
Secretariat to the NFAHW Council
Box 1314
Grand Bend, ON N0M 1T0

samantha@animalhealth.ca

The National Farmed Animal Health and Welfare Forum 2019 theme will be “Animal Health and Welfare Risk Management” and will bring together Canada’s farmed animal health and welfare professionals for a day and a half.  The Forum will assist in the development of an enhanced animal health and welfare system for Canada and will continue to foster partnerships and collaboration among animal health and welfare stakeholders.  With your support, the NFAHW Council will continue to work towards that goal.

Thank you for your consideration, on behalf of the NFAHW Council

Megan Bergman
Executive Director
NFAHW Council
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