Need Some Money??
To the Drew University Community,
Now is your chance to be heard.
This past Sunday, the SGA passed the Facilitated Fundraising Bill. The purpose of this bill is to assist clubs, organizations, activities, sports, and societies in their fundraising endeavors.
The SGA will take an active role in assisting and expediting fundraising events.
The first step, fundraising research, will be implemented with the Facilitated Fundraising Panel. All organizations are invited to meet with the SGA individually and discuss their events and fundraisers for the fall semester from Monday 10/12 to Friday 10/16 between 7pm and 9pm at the UC desk.
This is a vital opportunity to collaborate with the SGA and achieve your organizationís goals.
Please have written responses ready for the following questions:
1: Who are the leaders or executive board?
2: What is an acceptable email contact for the group?
3: Why is your group on campus? How do you strengthen the Drew Community?
4: What events or fundraisers have you hosted or currently hosting?
5: What are some potential events and fundraisings in the near future?
6: What is a rough estimate of cost and timeframe for any future fundraising?
7: What would you like from the SGA?
Clubs and organizations have the option to email their plans and answers to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your responses will be publicized and made available to the Drew University community. Students, faculty, and the administration will be enlightened to the problems facing your organization. This will aid in the collaboration, co-sponsorship, and networking necessary to your events.
Organizations are hindered by a lack of funds and stymied by a lack of awareness. As a whole the Drew community suffers. We need big ideas and big actions; the Facilitated Fundraising Panel is an effective and efficient way to channel these ideas and actions.
Thank you and we will see you soon,
The Drew University SGA
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