The Marriage Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that aims to promote healthy marriages by providing recreational activities that keep spiritual growth, communication, and fun at the forefront of each union. The Marriage Club is not only for “the married,” in fact the Marriage Club markets to engaged couples, singles, and offers a variety of family-friendly activities so all are welcome. The club also offers educational seminars including how to resolved communication problem, sexual difficulties, conflicts about child rearing or blended families, substance abuse, financial problems, anger and infidelity, to name a few. Our current goal is to purchase a membership-based facility located in the Seattle metropolitan area.  This facility will offer individuals an opportunity to socialize in a variety of atmospheres all under one roof. 

In alignment with our vision to unify families through community based activities, the Marriage Club will be hosting the 2nd Annual Back to School Summer Slam Jam August 27th, 2012 from 1pm-6pm, at Sam Smith Park in Seattle, WA. This event will include a DJ, live performances, a basketball tournament, food, raffles, give-a-ways, and fun for the whole family.  We are asking for clothing, school supplies, and or monetary donations that will be given away throughout the day.  All items donated will benefit low-income children and families.

In return for your generosity, The Marriage Club will put your business advertisement on all signage and will announce your company’s name and information throughout the evening. You will also be able to set up a booth for the purpose of advertisement of your business and/or products free of charge. All donations are tax deductible (EIN 27-5351935).

If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact Clayton Pate via email or phone. You may also visit the Marriage Club’s website: For monetary donations, all checks can be made out to The Marriage Club.

Thank you for taking the time to read this letter.  We hope you consider being a sponsor.


Clayton Pate