"I'd like to help raise funds for this critical cause."
Welcome to the Fundraising Team!  

There are lots of ways you can support the Florida Right to Clean Water initiative.  You can support by researching / contacting potential donors and / or, you can work on a more local level, researching / contacting potential donors or organizing a fundraising event, online or in-person!  It's the time to get creative and open up opportunities for folks who want clean water to help make meaningful change.

You'll be trained and equipped with everything you need.  If you have any questions about anything, please don't hesitate to contact us at admin@floridarighttocleanwater.org. 
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What's your first and last name?
If you prefer to be contacted by phone / text, what's your number?
What county do you live in?
Experience isn't necessary, but please describe any relevant skills and abilities you may have in this work.
Would you say you enjoy researching or contacting potential donors more? 
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Do you prefer reaching out to national, state, or local potential donors?
Are you interested in hosting / organizing / supporting a fundraising event (sometime in 2024)?
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Members of the Fundraising Team may meet on Wednesdays at 6pm EST.  Are you able to make (most) meetings?  Note:  No worries either way.
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How many hours per week do you estimate you'll be able to serve as a member of the Fundraising Team?  (No right or wrong estimate here!)
What help do you think you'll need the most in preparation for this volunteer work so we can best design training for you?
We're so excited to start working with you.  While we may not check this form's responses every day, once you're done filling it out, could you please notify Mel at admin@floridarighttocleanwater.org?
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