Here are some great ways to get involved and lend financial support to the trails!

Show your support of the North Shore Mountain Bike Association by becoming a Trail Supporter today.

Learn about our Sponsorship Opportunities by downloading our 2018 Sponsorship document today!

Fern Sponsor Level NSMBA
  • $500
Hemlock Sponsor Level NSMBA
  • $1,250
Granite Sponsor Level NSMBA
  • $2,500
Gold Sponsor Level NSMBA
  • $5,000
Cedar Sponsor Level NSMBA
  • $10,000

 

 

The premier sponsorship package for the ultimate trail.

Cedar is soft red-brown, aromatic, decay and insect resistant wood, primarily used for outdoor construction – such as classic North Shore trail features. As one of the most prized natural resources, we are proud to hold our Cedar Sponsors in the same regard.

We work with you to ensure your business/organization is supporting a project that aligns with your vision and objectives.  Large scale contributions include: significant trail improvement projects, Trail Academy, Shore Corps sponsorship, funding staff wages.

As a Cedar Sponsor you also receive SIX 2018 Memberships, a Trail Supporter decal and recognition of your support on our website and monthly newsletter footer.

 

An incredibly impactful way to support the NSMBA, Gold level sponsorship is recognized as a significant contribution.

Gold sponsors help fund trail initiatives and many of them help us move around the precious mineral soil we call Gold.

Those organizations that participate in our Trail Adoption Program are also recognized as Gold level sponsors with a combination of financial and labour support on the trail.

As a Gold Sponsor you also receive SIX 2018 Memberships, a Trail Supporter decal and recognition of your support on our website  and monthly newsletter footer.

 

 

 

Previously known as the Silver Sponsorship, Granite Sponsorship is integral in setting the bedrock of our organization.

As a Granite Sponsor you also receive FOUR 2018 Memberships, a Trail Supporter decal and recognition of your support on our website and monthly newsletter footer.

 

Previously known as the Bronze Sponsorship, Hemlock Sponsorship contributes to the landscape of the organization. Western Hemlocks are long-lived trees native to the Pacific North West and when planted can help to reduce erosion in the area.

As a Hemlock Sponsor you also receive FOUR 2018 Memberships, a Trail Supporter decal and recognition of your support on our website.

 

 

Previously known as the Corporate Membership, Fern Sponsors can be purchased as away to make a donation to trails.

Ferns grace the shady forest floor and are the finishing touches that turn a good trail into a great one!

As a Fern Sponsor you also receive FOUR 2018 Memberships, a Trail Supporter decal and recognition of your support on our website.

We are currently looking for two contributions to help support:

We are looking for a contribution of $1500 (Hemlock Sponsor) to purchase a new tent and tablecloth. With the launch of our new logo its time to refresh our materials so we can look pro at events! If you are interested in supporting this specific contribution, please purchase a Hemlock Sponsorship and make reference to tent and tablecloth in the notes.

We are also looking for a contribution of $500 (Fern Sponsor) to purchase a few new tools. After over 13,000 volunteer hours with our tools last year, a few of them are needing a refresh. We will use this contribution to purchase new buckets, flat head shovels and rakes. If you are interested in supporting this specific contribution please purchase a Fern Sponsorship and make reference to “new tools” in the notes.

Please get in touch with any questions: info@nsmba.ca

Also Consider:

Trail Adoption Program (TAP) – Adopt a North Shore trail

Trail Days – Ask us how you can help make NSMBA trail days happen – contact us for available dates and locations

FIVER Races  – Support the fivers and come be part of the fun

CRA Registered Charitable donation – tax deductible

In-Kind donations – Products that can be used to encourage membership and fundraising for the NSMBA.