June 29 and 30, 2013

Photo Credit: Rick Gerharter

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride

Donations Partners

The following provides information for and about Donations Partners within the Community Partners Program.  Before filling out the online application, please read through this information as well as the General Information page, the Eligibility page,  and Event Conduct Policy.

Contents of this Page

Eligibility
Equipment
Staff, Supervision & Conduct
Volunteer Identification
Non-Discrimination/Domestic Partner Benefits
Meetings
Contract
Inquiries

The following provides information for and about Donations Partners within the Community Partners Program. If you are interested in the program, please read through this information as well as the General Information page, the Eligibility page, and Event Conduct Policy.

Eligibility

The Community Partners Program is open to any non-profit organization based in the nine counties of the Bay Area whose mission involves service to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender communities, animal welfare/rights, people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, or homelessness.

Equipment

Buckets, stickers, and gate fencing will be provided by SF Pride.

Staff, Supervision & Conduct

Each Donation Partner must provide a minimum of six volunteers on Saturday and twelve volunteers on Sunday to collect donations at the gates or along the parade route during the parade on Sunday. Donation Partner volunteers must be able to take part in the collection of donations at the gates, on Civic Center Plaza or the length of the Parade route. All Donation Partner volunteers must attend a training session organized by SF Pride.

All personnel involved with the Donations Program must observe SF Pride’s Event Conduct Policy.

Donation Partners will undertake to obey all safety and other regulations imposed by either SF Pride and/or The City & County of San Francisco.

Volunteer Identification

All collectors will be clearly identifiable at the event as being such and will be issued with a method of identification by SF Pride.

Non-Discrimination/Domestic Partner Benefits

SF Pride requires that its partners include sexual orientation and gender identity in their policies of non-discrimination. 

Meetings

There will be three meetings for donations partners prior to the event and attendance by a representative from your agency is mandatory.

Contract

The above notes will be taken as forming the basis of the understanding between SF Pride and its partners.  These notes will be formalized within the body of a contract document to be signed by each Donation Partner at a later date.

Questions

Please email us with any questions that you may have regarding the Community Partners Program.  T: (415) 864-0831