Campaign Instructions

Campaign Proposal and Information Form

Campaigns generally should be for a specific project or activity such as support for a food pantry food purchase program as opposed to general administration of food pantry-This normally allows donors to specifically target the activates they wish to support. Campaigns should should be set out as a general explanation such as scholarships rather than  specifically for an individual. This is necessary because of our agreement with the Attorney General's Office of New Hampshire, our state of incorporation and to preserve our own charitable status.  In practical terms most organizations and their members will have a much larger direct solicitation base than an individual.  Successful campaigns are very actively supported by local or affiliated organizations because they have their own extensive direct solicitation lists. Smaller, more individually oriented campaigns should be managed using "GoFundMe".

Campaigns of $10,000 are apt to receive the most prompt attention because they apt to do the most good and justify the total coast of administration.

The platform can be used for an incredible number of different types of campaigns. For example:

  • School supplies for disadvantaged children  sponsored by a teachers group
  • School lunch food purchases by a school in Thailand
  • Water purification for a village in Puerto Rico sponsored by a Lions Club
  • Replace a one room school in Montana
  • New medical equipment for a rural clinic in New Guatemala sponsored by a local Rotary Club
  • New medical equipment for a rural clinic in New Mexico sponsored by the Clinic
  • New sports equipment sponsored by a YMCA in New Your City
  • Rebuilding a church destroyed by fire sponsored by the Church.
  • Heating assistance for needy families sponsored by a Rotary Club in North Dakota.

 

New campaigns may be initiated by charities,service organizations and by individuals.

A campaign can also use the Campaign proposal to seek partners and volunteers

Go to the VCF main site link

http://valleycommunityfund.org/submit-a-campaign/ and complete the form

OR


Please create a document in your text processor and send it to: paul@rotaryclubcharities.org

Please click a campaign to review the types of information campaigns are apt to  include in a campaign description,

Fields marked with an * are required

Information about you

Your Name *

Your email *

Your phone

 

Club or District name

 

Name of Campaign *

Campaign Category *

Affordable Housing Animal Care Arts Boy Scouts Children’s Aid Community Service Dance Disability Disaster Relief Educations Emergency Environmental Faith Food Pantry Forest Conservation Free Meals Girl Scouts Health Care Homeless Shelter Human Crisis Human Rights International Aid Land Conservation Music Orphans Other Rotary Scholarships Veterans Water Conservation Wildlife Conservation Women’s Health

Campaign Amount *

Charity City *

Charity State *

Charity Website*

Charity Email *

Charity Contact

Charity Phone

Describe the Campaign * Please provide substantial information

Partners and volunteers requested

Video URL

Images

Select Files

HTML

Please review the Sample Engagement Letter for terms regarding campaign activities.

Generally communications regarding campaign terms and conditions are handled outside of the website by email. We understand that VCF/RCC will directly correspond with the proposed charity via email regarding specific arrangements such as use of its name, use of logos, payment processing protocols and other matters. Acceptance by a charity or service organization of responsibility for management of the funds for the proposed activity is essential for actively posting a campaign.

Thank you!