Sponsorship 2017-06-11T20:29:31+00:00

Help us fight the opiate epidemic, one life at a time.

The Cover2 Resources podcast helps connect opiate users, their families, and community leaders with resources that can literally save a life.

But we can’t do this without you.

Consider supporting the Cover2 Resources Podcast through a sponsorship. Sponsors are called out at the beginning and end of each podcast episode. Sponsors also receive linked, written mention on our podcast page. Cover2 Resources is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization, and all sponsorship’s are tax deductible.

For passionate individuals:

If you want to make a difference in the opioid epidemic, the Cover2 Podcast offers a unique opportunity to give back. Your sponsorship will put the podcast in front of listeners who need it most. The Cover2 Podcast provides in-depth interviews with opioid dependence experts on topics such as drug court, harm reduction programs such as the needle exchange program and coaching for parents of children struggling with opioid addiction.

For companies and organizations:

Whether your organization works directly in the drug and health fields, or whether you are seeking to make a difference in the local community, a sponsorship is a win-win. Your brand is associated with a critical cause, and your contribution helps arm parents with the information they need to help their children who struggle with opioid addiction.

Our sponsorship options offer something for everyone.

  • Sponsor a single episode of the Cover2 Podcast. Ideal for individuals who wish to make a contribution to this cause.
  • Sponsor 3 episodes of the Cover2 Podcast. Ideal for individuals and small businesses who wish to help fight the opioid epidemic.
  • Sponsor an entire season (7 episodes) of the Cover2 Podcast. This option gives individuals and businesses the most reach and influence in fighting the opioid epidemic.

To get the ball rolling on your sponsorship, please email greg@cover2.org. I personally reply to every sponsorship inquiry we receive.

Sincerely,
Greg McNeil
Sam’s Dad