SAA Charity Fund Now Accepting Applications!
The SAA Charity Fund is a wonderful way for the club and its members to donate back to the community.
Past Recipients Include:
– BC Cancer Foundation
– Kidsport Richmond
– Richmond Pathways Clubhouse
– Right to Play
– Rotary REC for Kids
– Special Olympics BC
Itâ€™s easy too! Starting now thru to November 25, 2013 midnight all SAA Members in good standing can complete and submit an application form on behalf of their charity of choice to one of this yearâ€™s SAA Charity Fund Committee Members:
Successful charities must be a registered charity with the Canadian Revenue Agency (http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/charities/) and should share SAAâ€™s Mission Statement:
The Steveston Athletic Association is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote fitness and personal goals in athletes from recreational to elite.
Our mission statement is to:
Provide programs that balance technical and performance based training;
Allow athletes to develop at their own pace in a fun, comfortable and challenging environment;
Offer a variety of social programs that promote fitness and skill development to suit a variety of individual desires;
Help athletes who want to participate in running and triathlons to compete at their highest level of potential;
Promote safety in all aspects of fitness and training;
Participate in community service projects and foster wellness in the community.
** Please ensure that the application is completed in its entirety as incomplete applications WILL NOT be accepted **
For questions on the SAA Charity process, please feel free to talk/email Michelle LaPorte firstname.lastname@example.org, one of the Charity Fund
Committee members or any SAA Board Director. For more information check out the link on the clubâ€™s website http://www.thesaa.ca/saa-charity-fund/
Application Form: https://secureservercdn.net/126.96.36.199/ae0.632.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/SAA-Charity-Application-Form.pdf
The successful charities will be announced at the next SAA AGM tentatively set for February 2014.