One of the big hopes for this year is that we can grow our team training program. What this means is that we will be working together with all the teams to discuss and execute things like colloborative fund raising, have great team meetings, and overall team planning for the day of the event. A major factor in this is making sure that team captains are attending team captain meetings. So if your a team captain and / or co captain or know one, please make sure you remind them to attend and pick up as much information as possible.
This website will also be a resource for people who want to learn how to make their teams better for relay 2012. Please check in regularly and feel free to post comments or send emails with questions about specific things you might be concerned with. See some links below to information about Relay for Life training.
Team Captain Job Description
Written by Chris Gonzalez
- Recruit a team of 10-15 members.
- Attend the American Cancer Society Relay For Life kickoff.
- Set a fundraising goal for your team. (The minimum fundraising expectation is $100 per team member)
- Recognize cancer survivors on your team and participate in the survivorship celebrations at the event.
- Distribute participant collection envelopes and other American Cancer Society fundraising tools to all team members.
- Coach and motivate your team to success using all available forms of communication to generate enthusiasm and participation for the event (i.e., email, phone calls, Facebook, newsletters).
- Coordinate creative fundraisers to help your team raise money.
- Attend American Cancer Society planned team captain meetings and all team captain meetings planned for your Relay.
- Recognize team members for their commitment to the fight against cancer
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