Sports, Churches and Charity Organizations Can Benefit from Rotary’s 5K Fund Raising Opportunity in 2016
An organization’s reason to fund raise can range from a variety of needs – it could be to support a medical procedure, buy sports equipment, support a missionary, help a family in distress, pay educational expenses, defray travel expenses, etc.
Instead of contending with all the expenses, permits and liabilities associated with traditional fund raising, why not take advantage of an easier means of raising money offered by the Rotary Club of Bedford! By using the 5K as a platform to raise funds through individual pledges, and the Bedford Rotary Club taking care of all the overhead, all the funds can be raised in a healthy fun filled morning, with little worry!
Using the Bedford Rotary 5K race/walk as the platform the procedure is quite simple – Each member of an organization registers for the May 21st 5K and asks friends & family to pledge an amount for each kilometer run or walked. Each participant collects his/her own pledges. Getting pledges is much easier when your organization has a “cause” which generates a passion. Your organization determines the goal for the amount of money to be raised.
For more information please contact:
- Donna Guimond at Bank of New Hampshire 603-527-7200
Greater Bedford Womenade (GBW) strives to provide immediate, short-term financial assistance to members of the local community in crisis, recognizing other means of support may not be readily available. Further, we strive to periodically support existing or new programs that benefit at-risk populations in our service area that aim to avert crisis. GBW serves men, women and children in the New Hampshire communities of Bedford, Goffstown SAU, and West Manchester (03102).
Camp Allen provides opportunities for growth, friendship, and fun for children and adults with cognitive and/or physical challenges in an outdoor environment. Camp Allen would like to thank the Bedford Rotary Club for their years of support, and for giving us this opportunity to run in the race!
The Friends of Aine Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization established to help grieving children. We are raising funds to build centers of support, safety and compassion for the children, like our surviving daughter Bella, who feel alone because their brother or sister or mother or father died too soon.
Our goal is to support grieving children by raising funds to help Home Health & Hospice Care in Merrimack expand its existing bereavement support services for children in Southern New Hampshire and create a legacy for our daughter Aine. Over time, we hope to develop the Friends of Aine Center concept in other communities.
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