Join SFP

If your organisation would like to support SFP, here is what you can do:

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There are different ways to be involved in the work of SFP and the SFP Coalition.

Main Partnership
(paid)

Associate Partnership
(paid)

Advocacy Partnership
(free)

SFP Board membership, visibility and strategic decision-making power


Project-focused work and recognition on topics relevant to your organisation


Advocacy cooperation with SFP and Coalition members


Main partnership

Main partners have the possibility to nominate a person with experience in health and tobacco control policy at European or international level to join the SFP Board and be directly involved in SFP strategy development. SFP Main Partners are recognised through representation and visibility in all SFP events and through the display of their logo on all SFP materials and on the SFP website.

Associate partnership

Your organisation may also join SFP as an Associate partner. Benefits of this partnership include representation and visibility at all SFP events as well as the display of the logo on SFP materials and the website.

Advocacy partnership

The SFP Coalition provides a formal framework for cooperation and exchange on specific tobacco control policy areas, without impinging on the independence and overall strategic priorities of member organisations.
For more details on how to support SFP and become a Main partner, Associate partner, or Advocacy Partner, please contact the SFP Secretariat at info(at)smokefreepartnership.eu.

Donation

If you would like to donate to SFP please make a transfer to the following bank account:

SMOKEFREE PARTNERSHIP
RUE DE L’INDUSTRIE 24
B-1040 BRUXELLES
BANK: ING
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 363-0662872-14
IBAN: BE94 3630 6628 7214
BIC: BBRUBEBB

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