Event Sponsorship

Grand Oak Classic

Hosted by Academy Prep Tampa, this exclusive event includes a dinner for golfers, spouses and other guests, followed by a golf tournament on Monday. Sponsorship includes dinner for golfer and guest, overnight accommodation for golfer, breakfast, lunch and 18 holes of golf. Sponsorships for foursomes begin at $17,000; sponsorships for individuals begin at $5,000. Attendance at dinner is approximately 200-250 guests; a maximum of 18 foursomes play in the tournament.

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Annual Breakfast

Hosted by Academy Prep Center of Tampa at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC. Sponsorship opportunities start at $1,500 for a full table. Table sponsorship includes seating for ten, company table signage, and recognition as a table sponsor in event program and event digital promotion. Tickets are $60 for an individual.

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An Evening of Champions

Hosted by Academy Prep Center of Tampa at the Tampa campus in Ybor City. Attendance is approximately 200 guests and includes a cocktail reception, “back to school” classroom experience, and dinner program which features the presentations of the annual “Paul L. Whiting, Sr. Service Award” and the “Partner of Excellence Award.” Sponsorships are $8,000 for a half-table and $17,000 for a full table. Tickets are $300 for an individual, $500 for a couple.

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Annual Fund Society

The Annual Fund Society at Academy Prep Center of Tampa includes more than 200 members. Donors with an annual gift of $100 or more become automatic members of our Annual Fund Society — a network of individuals and businesses in our community who support the efforts of Academy Prep Center of Tampa through annual gifts. 


Community Contribution Tax Credit Program

All donations to CCTCP are based on the donor’s discretion, for corporate tax purposes. A business can donate up to $200,000 toward the CCTCP initiative, which supports needed capital expenditures. Click here for more information about this program.