Through annual expressions of philanthropy from community individuals & businesses, AAADO has been able to honor our mission of providing cultural experiences for the African American communities in Ottawa county.   We welcome both financial & in-kind support for the Juneteenth Festival and AAADO programs.  We have an attractive venue for businesses or agencies to promote their message & demonstrate support of the diverse populations who attend our events.

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The City of Holland and Hope College Multicultural Life has been an ongoing supporter of Juneteenth since the first Festival in 2000!  As a major sponsor your company logo will be displayed prominently on our festival publications and our website.

AAADO is a non-profit and charitable trust organization. All contributions are tax deductible. Interested sponsors are invited to request our fundraiser proposal packet at aaado.org@gmail.com or Donate online.

  • ACEH
  • Brann’s
  • Brooks
  • Boarshead
  • Davenport
  • Dept. of Treasury
  • Doxey
  • Dr. C. George
  • Gentex
  • Haveman Electric
  • Haworth
  • Heights Services
  • Holland Are Arts Council
  • Hope Church
  • Hope College Multicultural Center
  • Instant Cash
  • Jackie’s Place
  • Kids Food Basket
  • Kings Cove
  • Margarita’s
  • Milagro-Six
  • Pepsi
  • SAF Holland
  • Spectrum Health
  • Aquatic Center
  • Boatwerks
  • Buffalo Wild Wings
  • Butches
  • Coldstone
  • Funky Buddha
  • Kilwin’s Chocolates
  • Le Nails
  • Lost City
  • MAM Venue
  • Peanut Store
  • Petrino’s Pizza
  • Red Robin
  • Sam’s Club
  • Sammy’s Nails
  • Sand Castle
  • Teerman’s
  • Volunteer Hours
  • Western Theological Seminary  Venue
  • 8 Street Grille
  AAADO-Logo  Brooks
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 Haworth  gentex
 Pepsico-logo  DoubleTree_by_Hilton
 kids_food_basket  Hope_MultiEducation
 Padnos  bethany_logo