Gateway's Matters of the Mind Luncheon

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Gateway's Matters of the Mind Luncheon

2019 Save the Date - Luncheon

David Plouffe

Save the Date for Gateway's 2019 Matters of the Mind Luncheon

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2019 AT GATEWAY HIGH SCHOOL 

The Luncheon provides a glimpse into the excellence of our schools and an opportunity to hear from inspiring minds and community leaders who are making a difference.

We are excited to welcome David Plouffe, Head of Policy & Advocacy at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and former White House Senior Advisor to President Obama, as our featured speaker.

Individual tickets coming August 2019

Sponsorship levels

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Corporate and Individual Sponsorships

Your sponsorship drives the support and success of the Luncheon and raises funds to support Gateway’s students and programs, such as:

  • Differentiated instruction and innovative curriculum for all learners
  • College counseling and workforce readiness programs
  • Classroom technologies for all students
  • And so much more!

For more information about becoming a corporate or table sponsor of this year’s Luncheon, please contact Chanda Lockhart, Director of Development and Outreach, at clockhart@gatewaypublicschools.org.

Corporate Sponsorships

Corporate sponsorship ranges from $2,500 to $25,000, and includes admission to this year's event, opportunities for printed ads in our program book, inclusion in our marketing collateral, and more! To learn more about our corporate sponsorship opportunities click here.   

Individual Sponsorships

Individual sponsorship ranges from $3,000 to $20,000, and includes seating for 8-10 at this year’s event, inclusion in our marketing collateral, and more! To learn more about our table sponsorship opportunities click here.

BECOME A SPONSOR

About Gateway Public Schools

Gateway Grads 2018

In 1998, seven parents sat around a kitchen table with the dream of creating a school that would be a gateway to college for all students regardless of access, income or learning style. Now 20 years later, GPS serves 800 students each year through the middle and high schools, and is the first charter in the state to be twice named a California Distinguished School. 

Gateway’s mission is to prepare a broad range of learners for success in college and beyond by combining a rigorous academic program with an approach where the individual talents, strengths and needs of our learners are identified and supported. 

To learn more about Gateway, visit us at www.gatewaypublicschools.org/about