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Fundraising Director Needed!
Submitted By Stacey Dineen on Thursday, June 13, 2019
The WGHA has an opening on our executive. We are looking for a fundraising director. This is a pivotal position, as it helps us to keep our registration costs down. We currently have a fundraising committee and people on the executive that could help with some of these tasks, but we are looking someone who is willing to take this position on, with the assistance of the committee.        

The Fundraising Director:  Shall coordinate all fundraising activities for the Association

– is responsible for all aspects of the cash calendar lottery – getting the lottery license, finding prizes ie: hockey tickets (with some help from the families in the association), ticket printing, distribution and collection of tickets, draw, contacting winners and whatever else is needed for the lottery.         

- Is Contact for each team in regards to fundraising and can appoint a committee as needed to support fundraising initiatives for the association.

- Is responsible for keeping track of, recruitment, and renewal of team jersey sponsors. This includes the preparation and distribution of letters requesting sponsorship funds to sponsors and potential sponsors, prior to the start of the season.  In addition the Fundraising Director will prepare and distribute thank you letters to jersey sponsors at the end of the season.

The Fundraising Director can ask other Executive members to assist with finding new team sponsors, if new sponsors are required in a given season.

Please email Jeremy Cook, WGHA Communications Director if you think you might be interested in this position.
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