The Detroit United Irish Society invites you to become a sponsor of the annual Queen of the Detroit United Irish Societies (QDUIS).
The Queen of the Detroit United Irish Societies (formerly known as the Maid of Erin) began in 1959. It is a scholarship competition for young women of Irish descent with the top prize including a trip to Ireland. This competition helps to educate the next generation about their Irish heritage, provide leadership opportunities, and empower young women in the Michigan community. Over the years the competition has grown – and it is our hope that with your support it will continue to grow.
Your sponsorship will help assure the success of the Queen of the Detroit United Irish Society program and competition. As the Detroit United Irish Society is a 501(c)(3) organization we are happy to say that all donations are tax deductible. Enclosed you will find more information on this unique event and its sponsorship levels. Please do not hesitate to contact our event committee with any questions or concerns.
Shamrock Level: $100+
This will include two complimentary drink tickets, your company’s logo in the previous year’s Ireland trip video that will be presented the night of the pageant, as well as your name posted on the QDUIS website.
Claddagh Level: $250+
This includes everything included in the Shamrock Level, plus an advertisement in the competition program, and a sponsorship of a table at the event (this is not a reserved table)
Golden Harp: $500+
This includes everything included in the Shamrock and Claddagh level and your company’s logo on the stage banner
While we would love for you to participate in our sponsorship program, we will also gratefully accept donations of any kind!
All checks can be made payable to the Detroit United Irish Society. Please make sure to use the memo portion of the check to note that the money is for the Queen of the Detroit United Irish Society. Checks can be mailed to:
℅ Detroit United Irish Societies
PO Box 266
Le gach deá ghuí (With Every Good Wish),
The QDUIS Committee