May Institute

Event Sponsorship

Sponsoring a fundraising event benefiting May Institute sends a strong message about your company’s philanthropic commitment to improving the lives of individuals living with autism and other developmental disabilities, brain injury, and mental illness.

Current corporate sponsorship opportunities at May Institute include:

2012 Rodman Ride for Kids

May Institute is proud to be a benefitting agency of the Rodman Ride for Kids, one of the country’s largest single-day bike events. The event will take place on Saturday, September 29th in Foxboro, Mass., where over 1,000 supporters will take to the road to raise funds for at-risk youth throughout Greater Boston. This year, we hope to raise $175,000 through this event.

We need the strong support of the corporate community to help us reach this goal so that we can continue to provide vital services for the thousands of children and families we serve. One hundred percent of all funds raised through corporate sponsorships directly benefit children in Massachusetts who live with autism, brain injury, and other special needs.

Become a corporate sponsor today and help change the lives of these children by providing essential materials to our programs, including:

  • Technology such as iPads to support children’s skill development through school and home-based consultation programs.
  • State-of-the-art assessment technology and materials to support the Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic.
  • Funds for outdoor recreational activities, music therapy, and expressive dance programs.

As a sponsor, you will receive many marketing opportunities on the day of the event and throughout the year. The event serves as a great networking opportunity and participation in the event encourages team-building within your organization!

To learn more about sponsorship benefits and how to become a corporate sponsor, please view our Corporate Sponsor Brochure (pdf).

With your help we can continue to make a difference in the lives of children with autism, brain injury, and other special needs.

For more information, contact Karyn Vostok at or at 781.437.1247.