There are many program areas that could benefit from your sponsorship dollars, including safety days for children, Canadian Agricultural Safety Week, BeGrainSafe, grants, and more. Browse the sponsorship areas below or contact us about a custom opportunity.
Help keep kids safe by sponsoring the Canadian branch of Progressive Agriculture Safety Days —the largest rural safety and health education program for children in North America. Thousands of Canadian children learn to be safe on the farm every year thanks to this program.
This national, public education campaign hits the airways in March, reaching millions through newspaper articles, social media posts, website views and AgSafe Ribbons. It’s a great way to support farm safety and be part of the national conversation on safety.
CASA’s grain safety program is reaching communities through ag shows, fairs and community events. Through demonstrations and interactive activities, CASA is educating rural communities about the dangers of grain entrapment, and what individuals can do to stay safe. CASA is also providing prevention and emergency plan training to workplaces and is expanding the BeGrainSafe program to include rescue training for firefighters. Get in on this new program, so others can get out safely.
CASA brings together farm safety stakeholders from across the industry to network, learn and share experiences as we collectively work to reduce farm injuries in Canada. Companies sponsor tours, meals and various sessions as we continue this important work. In 2018, the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) and Farm Safety Nova Scotia are co-hosting – Farm to Sea: anchoring agricultural health and safety – the annual conference of the International Society for Agricultural Safety and Health (ISASH) June 24-27 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
One of CASA’s two granting programs is made possible through direct sponsorship dollars. Consider working with CASA to develop a new granting program that aligns with your company’s needs or concerns. From farm safety education, to training to micro-loans, there is always room to grow CASA’s granting programs.