generous, major
lucrative (esp. BrE)
arts (BrE), sports
business (esp. BrE), commercial, corporate, government, private, state

state sponsorship of religious societies

tobacco (BrE)

tobacco sponsorship of Formula One

attract (esp. AmE), find, get, obtain, raise (esp. AmE), receive, secure, win (BrE)
collect (BrE)

Many participants collect sponsorship from family, friends and colleagues.

look for, seek
withdraw, withdraw from

The company has decided to withdraw from some of its sports sponsorship.

agreement, deal, package, programme/program, scheme (BrE)

The company has entered into a sponsorship agreement with the team.

Chelsea's new shirt sponsorship deal

dollars (esp. AmE), money (esp. BrE), revenue

Sponsorship dollars are rolling in as never before.

He hopes to raise around £4 000 in sponsorship money for the hospital. (BrE)

form (BrE)

Entry and sponsorship forms for the marathon are available at local post offices.

contract (esp. BrE)

the four-year sponsorship contract

in sponsorship (esp. BrE)

She has raised about £500 in sponsorship. (BrE)

through sponsorship (esp. BrE)

Two million pounds were raised through sponsorship.

under (the) sponsorship

under commercial sponsorship

with sponsorship, without sponsorship

Without generous corporate sponsorship, the ballet company would not have survived.

sponsorship for, sponsorship of

sponsorship for next year's World Cup

sponsorship from

We have won sponsorship from one of the big banks.

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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