Sponsorship and Volunteering


Sponsorships are financial or gift donations to KBtL for a particular purpose in order to support the mission of KBtL. Please use the chart below to see the benefits of sponsoring Kink Between the Lines.


Value up to $100

  • Business name listed on the main webpage
  • Business name listed on Discord


Value between $100 and $250

  • Business logo listed on the main page
  • Business name listed on Discord
  • 1x publication/promotion on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, and Fetlife)

Sadist (or Masochist)

Value between $250 and $400

  • Business logo listed on the main page
  • Business name listed on Discord
  • 3x publication/promotion on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, and Fetlife)
  • Business name read at the beginning of all classes as a sponsor.


Value $400 or above

  • Priority space for business logo and listed as the Rigger sponsor on the main page.
  • Business logo listed for 1 year.
  • Business name listed on Discord
  • 3x publication/promotion on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, and Fetlife)
  • Business name read at the beginning of all classes as the Rigger sponsor.
  • Receive 1 complementary ticket.

Financial Sponsorship

This is the most common type of sponsorship. Financial Sponsorships can be general or specific. Some examples of specific financial sponsorships are those that cover a set number of interpreters for an event, covering our Zoom License, or covering costs of our sponsorship and/or low income tickets, or anything else that helps the event run smoothly and helps attendees ability to participate. We also offer financial sponsorships in which the full contribution goes toward a specific identity group; for example, you might sponsor all the presenters of color or all the disabled presenters. In either of those cases, the full amount will be split between all the presenters who self-identify as the identity being sponsored.

Gift Sponsorship

A Gift sponsorship is when a sponsor provides a gift to attendees directly. This could be sponsoring the first X number of attendees who register at a certain ticket style. Gifts can be digital or physical, (though KBtL cannot assist in mailing physical gifts to attendees).

We are flexible with our sponsorship opportunities, and welcome all ideas you have. All sponsorship values are welcome. You are in full control in how your sponsorship is used.

Please email kinkbetweenthelines@gmail.com to sponsor Kink Between the Lines.


Volunteers help to make KBtL run smoothly

Volunteering Perks
  • Less than 4 hours = 50% off admission costs
  • 4 – 8 hours = free admission (with 50% off for extended access)
  • 8+ hours = free admission & free extended access

Volunteers are asked to be available for a 30 minute session with a staff member in the week leading up to KBtL for a short training regarding their position.

Please read the following volunteer positions and fill out the form below to sign up for volunteer slots.
Use this form to sign up.
Positions are available between 30 minutes prior to the first session and through 2 hours after the last session of each day.

Consent and Emotional Care (CEC) Team: This position requires volunteers to use discord to assist any participant, volunteer, or staff with concerns related to consent and/or emotional care during the time of the event. Volunteers should be trained in or have experience with conflict management, active listening, and/or other related techniques. Volunteers will be required to document any issues that come up with the CEC Team Lead.

Discord Moderator: This position moderates conversations occurring on Discord or Gather. Helping where they are able with the Discord FAQ, registration questions, and referring participants to tech or staff assistance where needed.

Zoom-Room Monitor: This position is responsible for being in the Zoom-Room with the tech/ops team member and the presenter about 10-15 minute prior to the class start. Monitors are responsible for connecting with the presenter to determine what their needs are during the class; some frequent needs include, monitoring the chat function and helping the presenter time-keep. However there are other possible things the presenter may need from the Monitor. The Monitor should also moderate the chat; offer support 1-1 with participants if needed, and give the opening and closing to the class (an intro at the beginning) and reminders at the end. While Zoom-Room Moderators are not required to be on camera, they are required to be on voice when giving the opening and closing to the class. Zoom-Room Monitors are not expected to formally open or close the Zoom-Rooms to participants. This position requires you to be available 15 minutes prior to the class start time and through 15 minutes after the class end time.