Celebrating 35 years of
Lakes Education

Lakes Education / Action Drive

LE/AD is an organization dedicated to preserving the quality and beauty of our Florida lakes. LE/AD is a non-profit organization that strives to educate the public on lake water quality; the effects storm water runoff has on our lakes and how you can make a difference. Our organization is funded through your donations. Please join today to help continue to support this wonderful organization! Visit www.lakeseducation.org to learn more!

Corporate Members are………. LEADers in Lake Protection

❑ Silver Corporate Member – $250.00

❑ Gold Corporate Member – $500.00

❑ Platinum Corporate Member – $1,000.00

❑ Podcast Sponsor – $2,000.00

All Corporate Members will receive:

o An annual report from LE/AD detailing all activities.

o Partner Logo and link on the sponsor page of our website.

o Listed as partner on LE/AD’s Email Communication to Subscribers.

Additional Benefits for Gold Corporate Members:

o Partner Logo with link on LE/AD’s Home Page.

o Partner Logo with link on LE/AD’s Email Communication to Subscribers.

Additional Benefits for Platinum Corporate Members:

o Partner logo and/or name and link branded on all LE/AD sponsored events.

o Mentioned as Partner on upcoming LE/AD Podcast (2023)

Podcast Sponsor (one available):

o All previously listed benefits, plus…….

o Listed and mentioned as “Brought to you by:” on all 2023 podcasts (minimum 6 episodes).

What LE/AD Members are doing to bring awareness to Polk County Lakes:

✓ Co-hosting the Annual Lakeland Cardboard Boat Challenge and Lakes Festival.

✓ Organization of environmental exhibits for Project Eagle

✓ Providing lakeside display signs, for the City of Lakeland and provide Alligator Signs for partners.

✓ Supported local HOA groups in learning more about the management of their lakeshore.

✓ Coordinate and lead lake cleanup events throughout the County.

✓ LE/AD exhibits at other organizations and events around the county.

We all play a valuable role in helping to preserve and protect Polk County’s lakes and together, we can accomplish much for our lakes and watersheds JOIN TODAY!