What is a third party fundraiser?
A third party fundraiser is a community-organized event in which individuals, businesses, groups, or schools raise funds on behalf of a cause or charity. These are not hosted, organized, or paid for by the benefitting charity, but the proceeds generated from these third party fundraisers support the mission of such selected charity or cause.
Third Party Events
Beaver County Humane Society is fortunate to enjoy the generosity of so many people and organizations in the community. Frequently, people spend their own time and money to organize a fundraiser to benefit the shelter. These fundraisers include everything from lemonade stands, bake sales and car washes to golf tournaments, car cruises, carnivals, and more.
A Third-Party Event is any fundraising activity by a non-affiliated group, organization or individual (Sponsor) which benefits the Beaver County Humane Society, where the Beaver County Humane Society has no financial responsibility and minimal or no staff involvement is required.
We strive to support Third-Party fundraising events to the greatest extent possible with the resources we have; however we kindly ask that all such events follow the Beaver County Humane Society guidelines and be approved in advance. Third-Party Event proposals should be submitted no later than two weeks prior to the scheduled event, although a minimum of 30 days is preferred.
If you are interested in hosting your own fundraising event to benefit BCHS, please download our guidelines and event proposal form to help you in planning your event.
Upcoming Third Party Events
Beaver County Humane Society is fortunate to benefit from various Third Party Events held throughout the community.
Check back often as these events will be updated. If you are interested in conducting a Third Party Event to benefit the Beaver County Humane Society, please contact Cailin Smith at email@example.com or 724-775-5801 x101