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Fundraiser HWC/Relay for life fundraiser

Mar 20, 2006
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Has anybody done a fundraiser for HWC at an actual relay for life event? Thougth it would be a great opportunity to really promote the HWC items and have it all go towards a wonderful cause. If you have ,how do you go about contacting someone to do this event?
 
Aug 18, 2005
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I have been wondering the same thing. How can I incorporate a HWC fundraiser with the Relay for Life? I am brainstorming. If I come up with anything, I will let you know. The only thing I did last year was sell the HWC pins for $1 each at our Relay for Life Yard Sale and donate the money back to RFL. Please let me know if you come up with something!

Stephany Edelen
Corydon, IN
 
Feb 8, 2006
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I am just setting up a booth at our RFL (April 7-8) and am taking "PRE" orders for the HWC items (and of course anything else they might want) and letting everyone know that the order will not be submitted till 5/1. It will be a fundraiser show and gives me almost 1 month to collect orders. I will also set up at a farmers mkt on saturdays and add all those orders to that show too.
 
Oct 22, 2005
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I would try to find out who is in charge of your county for Relay for Life and ask them about setting up at the event itself, depending on when yours is held, or about attending a Captains meeting and present the idea to them. That is what I am going to do and if I don't get an answer from them - you can always contact the Cancer Board in your area. The other way would be to see if you can find out who is in charge of the cancer patients in your area. I live in a small town in Ohio and the Boards, hospitals, etc, are usually really helpful and appreciate the concern.
 
Jan 24, 2006
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I was thinking about that the other day as well. We have several Relay for Life events in our area. I am definitley going to contact someone to see what I need to do to set up. If anyone else has any good ideas please post.
 
Mar 20, 2006
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Well I contacted my local acs and they said all you need to do is register a team of 8-12 people (50 regist fee) and then we can set the fundraiser up onsite, Ofcourse they don't suppy tables or chairs or even a tent so we'll have to bring that.Thanks for everyone's help and I hope this may help others to support this great cause
 
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