Your role as the Sponsorship Chair is described below.
Develop and maintain relationships with groups, companies, and individuals which may be interested in providing sponsorship funding for workshops, trainings, or other events, as well as scholarships, foundations, and other opportunities. Activities may include, but are not limited to obtaining and signing “thank you” cards, or other means to communicate thoughtful engagement and appreciation of (prospective) sponsors.
Work with other board members to develop incentives (usually marketing oriented) based on various incremental levels of sponsorship.
Develop sponsorship opportunity packet that includes letter(s) and promotional information about SVC-CAMFT to be sent to all prospective sponsors.
Establish funding objectives as part of the budgeting process by determining an estimated annual income from the different forms of sponsorships - ie Sponsorships of lunches, sponsorships of the web directory, sponsoring scholarships, and other methods of sponorship the chair develops.
Obtain electronic images/logos and text from sponsors to be used in promotions and forward to Administrative Assistant to ensure the sponsors' information is available in a timely manner to support the development flyers, posters, PowerPoints and other advertising.
At times, receive sponsorship funds and transfer them to the Treasurer or Administrative Assistant, notifying both of the transfer.
May have such other duties and powers as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors or SVC-CAMFT's bylaws.
The Sponsorship Chair will attend five (5) board meetings and one (1) annual retreat. A maximum of one (1) board meeting can be missed.
Additional requirements for committee chairs and executive board members:
Executive board members who are not chairing or participating in a committee need to choose a committee to serve in whether as a chair or a member.
Executive board members and committee chairs are required to attend a minimum of 3 the monthly workshops. Attendance will allow board members to interact with SVC members, listen to their feedback, and make the necessary changes to improve the quality of services we offer.
Committee chairs are expected to meet with the other members of their committee before each scheduled board meeting. The committee chair should submit their committee meeting minutes to the president a week prior to the schedule board meeting to ensure putting important items on the board meeting agenda.
The committee chairs are also expected to collaborate with the president elect in developing the strategic plan for the next presidency.
Structure of the board meetings:
Review and approve meeting minutes of the previous meeting.
Committee chairs and executive board members will present on the following:
Status on the motions voted on in the previous meeting related to their committee or the position they hold on the board.
Progress status on strategic plan goals.
Motions that need to be created to help the committee chairs and executive board members complete old and or new objectives.
Committee chairs and executive board members are expected to send the president and the president elect a summary of what they want to be presented on their behalf, if they are unable to attend a scheduled board meeting. This will assure that we are able to operate efficiently with the absent of committee chairs and board members. The summary should include the bullet points described above.
Be a Member of CAMFT in good standing.
Be a Member of SVC-CAMFT in good standing.
SVC-CAMFT responsibilities are to provide:
Training and support for your volunteer position
Free entrance to SVC-CAMFT workshops and events
Ability to go to the Chapter Leadership Conference
Access to SVC-CAMFT’s private Board Discussion List
Access to CAMFT Chapter Leadership Discussion List