The UHI will apply the following guidelines for requests of co-sponsorships. If you are interested in having the UHI co-sponsor your event, program, or initiative, please review these co-sponsorship guidelines and begin by completing the online request from, click here. With questions, please email us at email@example.com. To download a copy of the guidelines, please click here.
Guidelines and requirements for co-sponsorship of academic and community events, programs, and initiatives
The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute (UHI) works across the University to advance health and health equity in Baltimore via a wide range of programs, events, educational, and funding opportunities designed to facilitate collaborations, mobilize resources, and advance dialogue and community representation. Through co-sponsorship, we aim to provide funding and/or logistical support to organizations, academic centers, and departments who share and support our mission with the following objectives:
- To define how the UHI lends its name and iconography to co-sponsor events and initiatives of others.
- To offer co-sponsorships as a vehicle for increasing participation and attendance for programs and initiatives.
- To expand impact both internally and externally by co-sponsoring programs and initiatives.
- To unify efforts across Johns Hopkins and Baltimore.
Types of Co-Sponsorship
- Non-Financial Resource co-sponsorship must be aligned with the UHI’s strategic goals and is a collaboration where UHI provides expertise of its team by jointly arranging an event, program, or initiative and contributing to its programming. This type of co-sponsorship may include:
- Logistical and planning support
- Marketing and advertising
- Full co-sponsorship is when UHI provides both financial and non-financial resource support.
Co-sponsored events, programs, and initiatives should meet the following criteria:
- Complete our online application for co-sponsorship
- Co-sponsorship of an event, program, or initiative must align with the UHI mission and strategic goals of the UHI.
- Use of Urban Health Institute name and logo on marketing and promotional material must be approved and provided by the Urban Health Institutes communication and marketing associate.