Sponsor one of our nationally-recognized conferences!
Every year, Prosperity Now brings together stakeholders from across the country to convene on the topics that matter most to us. We host the I’M HOME Conference annually and the Assets Learning Conference biennially. Learn about how to partner with us as a sponsor and thought leader at our conferences below!
Prosperity Summit (formerly Assets Learning Conference)
The Prosperity Summit (formerly Assets Learning Conference) is a nationally recognized, biennial event that brings together 1,300 professionals from leading nonprofits, foundations, financial institutions, corporations, academic institutions and government to learn about and advance wealth-building strategies in the United States. With wealth inequality and financial insecurity at an all-time high, Summit sponsors partner with us to develop the products, policies and practices necessary to ensure that all people in our nation can achieve their financial dreams.
Summit sponsors share their vision of prosperity by connecting with thousands of people through branded blog posts, social media engagement, logo placement, sponsored sessions and plenary involvement. Summit sponsors, from Silver to Emerald, add meaningful insight to session presentations and have the opportunity to showcase all that they do to open the doors to opportunity.
To join our growing sponsor community at the 2018 Prosperity Summit, email Karianna Barr to receive our 2018 Sponsorship Kit.
I'M HOME (Innovations in Manufactured Housing) Conference
The I’M HOME Conference brings together 200 manufactured housing leaders to build relationships among affordable housing developers, lenders, government agency staff, policymakers, industry experts, homeowners, community organizers, researchers and funders. Participants learn about innovations and challenges in the manufactured housing field, including home and installation quality, energy efficiency, healthy homes, community preservation strategies, public policy development and mortgage finance. The event engages housing leaders from local communities where the Conference is held to advance the rights and financial well-being of low-income owners of manufactured homes.