Volunteering - WE NEED YOU!
Selkirks 2017-18 Volunteer Commitment Policy
Active family involvement
As a non-profit organization, CSRD Selkirks relies heavily on the efforts of volunteers. The statement “commitment, teamwork and excellence are embraced” applies not just to the athletes but also to the team working behind the scenes to ensure a strong and successful club. Families will be encouraged to be actively involved in the club. The existence of a strong culture of volunteerism is also something that the BC government considers when it decides the level of gaming support it will provide to the club.
There are many volunteer roles that are available and the higher the level of family participation from the membership the more successful the club will be.
Each season the club hosts at least one major swim meets and multiple other fund raising events. To ensure success we need every member to participate. Please help us develop our Team pride and at the same time work to keep our costs down.
How will volunteering benefit my child?
Working at our swim meets and fundraising events helps to offset the funds necessary to run the club.
Can other members of my family volunteer?
Yes, we love to have Aunts, Uncles, Grandparents and Friends helping out.
Volunteer Commitment Cheque?
Our volunteer commitment policy uses a Parent Participation dollar for dollar approach. Your cheque will not be cashed on the post date if equal or greater than money raised.
Volunteer Commitment Cheques:
I Can Swim – One post-dated cheque for Nov.27th for $50;
I Can Swim Faster and Jamboree - $100 x 2 post dated cheques December 15th, 2017 and March 15th, 2018
Competitive 3/5/8: $150 x 2 post dated cheques December 15th, 2017 and March 15th, 2018
FUND RAISING PROJECTS SLATED
Askews Gift Cards - 7% of sales goes directly to club.
Shuswap Pie Company Pie Sales
Ball Cap Sales
Laps for Loonies
Selkirk's Regional A Championship meet(s)
Others to be determines by the general members, fundraising committee and executive
PARENT CODE OF CONDUCT
Parental Concerns Protocol and Process