The UF Health Office of Development hosts a number of fundraising events each year.
The MyCommunity Fundraising Program helps any outside organization, business, individual or group that will raise funds to benefit an entity of UF Health. MyCommunity Fundraising Programs should fit the mission and promote the appropriate image for UF Health.
All programs are classified as either Community Associate or Partner.
- A Community Associate program is fully managed by the outside organization, including: event management, income and expenses. One collective payment for the proceeds is provided from the organization to the UF Health Office of Development following the event.
- A Community Partner program is partially managed by the UF Health Office of Development, including: event management, income processing, expense tracking and publicity assistance. Events classified as a Community Partner are able to show a history of success and receive a net profit of $10,000 or greater.
Interested in hosting a MyCommunity Fundraising Event?
- Please complete the application and submit for approval by sending to Olivia Baum, development coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-234-8721.
- Check out the MyCommunity Fundraiser Planning Kit, which provides tips and resources for your event, including fundraising procedures, promotional material and keys to success!
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