Donate Life Clubs and other organizations sometimes plan and host fundraisers to benefit ConnectLife and support our mission. We appreciate and encourage these events.

To help ensure the success of your fundraiser and help ConnectLife get the most from your efforts, we ask that your group submit a copy of the attached Third Party Fundraising Agreement, and follow the guidelines below.
 
Guidelines:
Third party events should be approved by ConnectLife in advance.
 
Promotional materials (t-shirts, posters, etc.) incorporating the ConnectLife name and logo must be approved by ConnectLife. Press releases must also be approved in advance.
 
ConnectLife cannot take responsibility for any expenses or fees incurred by your fundraising effort or event, nor assume any liability for the event.
 
Those hosting school fundraisers must obey federal, state, and local laws, and should also be aware of school policies regarding the collection and handling of money.
 
Donors must be informed if your organization will give less than the full amount of their contribution to ConnectLife. (i.e. “A portion of proceeds will go to ConnectLife.”)
 
Members of your organization should not be identified as representatives of ConnectLife. If you would like a staff member or approved volunteer to participate in the event, please let us know.
 
Please submit collected funds to ConnectLife in a timely manner.
 
Popular Types of Fundraisers:


Bake sale
Dance
Donate Life Walk
Sucker/candy sale
Special Donate Life game for a sports team.
Hat day or dress down day
Talent show
Fashion show
Can/bottle drive
Concession stand
Barbecue
Car wash
Tournament
Trivia night

Please direct all questions regarding fundraisers to: Pasquale J. Maggiore (716) 529-4512 or pmaggiore@connectlife.org
 
 
Third Party Fundraising Agreement
Please complete this agreement if you are going to hold a fundraiser benefitting ConnectLife.