Something for everyone.

Celebrate Mustard Seed students with an ad or sponsorship in the end-of-year Commencement Journal.  Proceeds from ads and sponsorships will benefit students through the Mustard Seed School Fund.

If you are a family, contribute to a keepsake;  fill it with pictures, memories, tributes, and well-wishes.  Support fundraising efforts by selling an ad to a local business.

If you are a business owner, use your advertising dollars to make a difference in the lives of Hudson County students and reach over 500 Hudson County residents.

If you are supporter, become a Commencement sponsor and make your tax deductible gift to Mustard Seed School. You’ll be listed in the program by giving level.

Sponsors

Your sponsorship benefits the school’s aggressive financial aid program. With more than 50% of students receiving financial aid, your generosity makes a difference in the lives of many children.

All sponsorships are tax deductible as allowable by law.

Sponsors will be listed in the journal in these categories:

  • Friends ($10-$99)
  • Supporters ($100-$499)
  • Patrons ($500-$999)
  • Angels ($1,000 +)

Give a sponsorship.

Advertisers

New:  Early Bird Special!  Submit your ad by Monday, May 22, and receive a $25 discount off all ads. Use code: earlybird.

Final deadline: Monday, June 5, 2017.

Reach over 500 Hudson County residents while making your advertising dollars count. You can make a difference in the lives of students by buying an ad. It is easy to make your payment online.

The Commencement Journal will be 8.5 x11 inches. Ads may be placed in the program for the following amounts:

  • $425 – Full Page (8” w x 10.5” h)
  • $300 – Half Page (8” w x 5.25” h)
  • $150 – Quarter Page (4” w x 5.25” h)
  • $75 – Business Card Size (3.5” w x 2” h)

We encourage ads to be submitted electronically in .jpg, .tiff, doc, or .pdf.  Email to Andrew Decker, adecker@mustardseedschool.orgSubmit your payment online or bring/mail a check to the main office.  Please write Commencement Journal Ad in the memo line.

*Because they are a “goods and service,” ads are not tax deductible.