Managing cheques and cash
It is important that you consult our Guidelines for Deposit for information about how cheques are to be filled out and about handling cash.
SOO has provided us with a fundraising tool running on the Artez platform. The Community Webmaster can help you set up a page for any approved fundraising effort. You will then be able to manage your donations and thank your donors. One big advantage of this tool is that the donor can make a donation online, and the information will be forwarded to SOO so that a tax receipt will be issued.
While your webmaster can set this up, you will then be responsible for managing your fundraising. To set up a page you will need to participate in the design, and commit to whatever management is required. You will provide:
- A paragraph explaining the fundraiser
- A dollar goal for your fundraiser
- The name and email of the person who will be responsible for this fundraiser.
Our community participates in the Charity Bingo hosted at Delta Bingo in Oakville. Money raised by our volunteers is put into a trust account and may be accessed to benefit our participants in many ways. For a description of the rules for the use of the trust account funds please read Eligible uses of proceeds: Amateur Sports Organizaions (pdf).
Calendar of Fundraising events
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This page is an attempt to aid and track Fundraising events on the behalf of our athletes. For this to work you will need to keep the Community Webmaster informed of Fundraising and Sponsorships within our community.
- The Community Webmaster will add any dates for fundraising events to the above calendar. This calendar is displayed on all club pages.
- We need to track who has been approached to sponsor events so that the same individual/company is not approached twice at the same time.
- Fundraising through Sales
- We need to track individual club fundraising drives. Two clubs selling the same product, such as chocolate bars, would be counterproductive.