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Fundraising Requirements

2020/2021 Skating Season

Fall (S1) Options

Updated September 25, 2020

Why does the Tri Area Skating Club require Fundraising?

 

The Tri Area Skating Club (TASC) is a small, volunteer-based, Not-for-Profit organization that provides Skate Canada programs instructed by professional, certified coaches. The Executive committee is a team of elected parent volunteers whose focus is to keep the club financially sound & running successfully for years to come.

Dedicated parent volunteers are vital and are the foundation to which the club flourishes. The last few years have been extremely hard on all organizations & families financially speaking, and costs continue to increase year over year. Fundraising is a very important component of keeping our club running smoothly, effectively & keeping the overall costs of ice fees lowered for all members & helps to subsidize special events such as Ice Shows, Family Skate, Mini Competitions, etc.  The ice fees charged only covers a portion of the overall operating costs. In this day & age of rising ice & supply costs, especially during the COVID-19 Pandemic, this is one way we can ensure that we are able to continue operating your local skating program & subsidize your ice fees.

Thank you all for your dedication to helping maintain a quality program for our children.

CanSkate, Advanced CanSkate, PrePower, CanPower & GroupStar Requirements: 

1 (one) Fundraising credit per skater per season.  Max 2 per family per season

 
STARSkate Requirements:
2 days/Week:  2 Fundraising Credits

3 days/Week:  3 Fundraising Credits
4 Days/Week:  4 Fundraising Credits

5+ Days/Week:  5 Fundraising Credits

 

The Following choices are subject to change if required, due to changing restrictions, etc in the community.

Watch for updates via email and website.

 
The following options are equal to 1 (one) Fundraising Credit:


1) Bingo (Spruce Grove Bingo Hall, various Dates/Times) – One 4 hour shift = 1 credit 

** Sign up by clicking the "Volunteer Sign Up" Link

**1 Deposit Cheque per skater required payable to Tri Area Skating Club, non-dated, in the amount of $200 or Credit Card Authorization Form filled out and handed in prior to first session**
 

2Raffle Tickets: (Must be paid upfront at time of purchase, once you sell tickets, you keep the funds collected)

Click on "Purchase Other Products" to order.

30 Tickets @ $5 each, Total is $150

1000 tickets available


Cash Prizes to be won if all tickets sold:


1st Prize: $1250
2nd Prize: $750
3rd Prize: $500


***Prize amounts as stated only if all tickets are sold.  50/50 Cash Raffle. 

Draw to be made at Ice Show – Session 1 – December 18, 2020.

3) Payout - $150 per credit

Click on "Purchase Other Products" to complete

For any member who has not Pre-Purchased tickets:

1 Deposit Cheque per skater required or Credit Card Authorization filled out prior to the start of the session

Payable to Tri Area Skating Club, non-dated, in the amount of $150.

 

Once your fundraising requirement has been full-filled, your cheque or credit card authorization form will be destroyed. In the event you do not complete your fundraising for the year, your deposit will be processed.
 

No Skater can go on the ice until fundraising requirements have been chosen, paid for, deposit cheques issued or credit card authorization form filled out.

 

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at info@triareakskatingclub.com.