Becoming a Sponsor 

Organizations interested in becoming sponsors of the Division of Chemical Information can contact the Division for a list of the latest sponsorship opportunities by sending email to or communicating with members of the Fundraising Committee.

Why Sponsor? 

Your organization will have a great opportunity to connect with our 2000 members and numerous affiliates. Division of Chemical Information members include chemical information product users, potential users and influencers from national and international corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations worldwide. We are also practitioners in cheminformatics and chemical data, as well as consumers of the resulting products of this work. Sponsorship enhances your organization’s image in the community while offering tremendous potential for advertising and sales promotion. Your organization and products will be effectively promoted at division symposia, social networking events, and in online publications reaching a focused community interested in chemical information, data and cheminformatics. This is a fabulous way to commit to the growth of the chemical information community.

Benefits of Sponsorship 

The Division ensures that sponsors receive recognition to justify the return on their investment. In grateful appreciation of all contributions, here are some ways that CINF publicly acknowledges each sponsor:

Contributions are Tax-Deductible 

The American Chemical Society, its local sections, and divisions are tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3). Contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Please request the Division’s IRS determination letter, the Divisions Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification (W-9) from our current Treasurer.

Sponsorship Opportunities

See our ACS CINF Awards webpage for details and contact the Division Awards Committee Chair at if you have any questions about this type of sponsorship.

Sponsorship Levels

Sponsorship levels are determined by the contribution level at each ACS annual meeting as follows: