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Matching:

Company Matching Gifts: Many companies will match employee pledges.

Registration Fees:

Registration Fee Paid by Company: Many companies will pay the $20-$22 per bowler registration.

Incentives/Awards: Incentives: Check with your company to see if you can work out an incentive arrangement. For example, marketing items or for each $200 collected = ½ day off, etc. Awards: Provide incentives such as gift certificates for costume contests, high game, low game, best dressed, worst dressed! Encourage friendly competition between groups, departments, locations, etc.

Endorsement: From your CEO, Board Member, Officer, etc. (for example, a letter or memo to Department Heads

and/or employees). Secure top management support!

Marketing: Intra Office Mail or Newsletters: Advertise the Bowl-a-thon event in your company paper/newsletter. Bowl-a-thon Brochures: Used as paycheck inserts and/or hang as a poster around the office. Use TV or Elevator Monitors: Advertise in unique places. Fun Things to Do: Karaoke and DJ: Hire a DJ company to play song requests and offer karaoke. Have a karaoke contest.

Sales: Host a bake sale or even a garage sale and use the funds towards the Bowl-a-thon pledges. Local businesses are typically pretty good to donate food!

Little Red School Houses: Used as a tool for recruiting pledges and promoting Junior Achievement. Try having a competition selling little red school houses within your company. Winners tend to have great bragging rights! It’s Time to Sign-up: Recruiting Drive: Rally the troops! Facilitate a Bowl-a-thon Kickoff at your office to assist in

your efforts to sign up teams and explain the event in detail. JA Team can assist.

Ask for help – call in back up! We are here for you! We’ll help in any way we can!


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Ms. Jen Erous 123 Giving Way Donation, VA 11111

Dear Jen:

If you are like me, you receive many requests for charitable contributions each year. You want to be generous but few of us have the resources to respond to each one. I have found an organization where I know I am making a difference, and which I am proud to support with my time and money. This organization is Junior Achievement of Greater Hampton Roads.

JA is a non-profit organization with the purpose to teach students basic business and economic concepts. Junior Achievement provides quality, ready-to-use materials to schools and organizations throughout its service area. A hallmark of JA is its unique use of local business and community volunteers who go into the classroom to deliver JA programs. The dynamic interaction between students and classroom volunteers with practical business experience promotes active learning and brings theory to life, often resulting in a life-changing experience for the students.

____________, 2013

Ms. Jen Erous 123 Giving Way Donation, VA 11111

Dear Jen:

Thank you for sponsoring me in the Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon. Your donation of $25 was much appreciated - - in total I was able to raise more than $200 for Junior Achievement!


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