(solution) Personnel: Qualifications, Background, Additional Training An

(solution) Personnel: Qualifications, Background, Additional Training An

 Personnel: Qualifications, Background, Additional Training
Branford Jones
Application 1 Question 1
I propose an event for raffles selling. This is a common revenue raising event for many charitable
organizations like mine. Raffle event is a viable one for our organization because whereas it is
hard to achieve cash sponsorships, it is easier to obtain goods from sponsors which can be
raffled.
Question 2
Examples, where the same event was applied, includes a fun run to raise funds for constructing
cancer center, heart disease management walk, bike ride event and have a family, friends and
colleagues sponsor a relative. Organizational dinner and auction where we organize a dinner with
friends, family, and colleagues and include an auction to raise more funds, seek out local
businesses who may be interested in donating goods to auction.
Question 3
Our organization would succeed in using the raffle event because there is a positive support for
charitable organization work. In addition, our organization has huge support on its good work in
supporting the needy and improving the lives of economically challenged families.
Question 4
I would start by consulting the Director of Operations Mr. Tilton to understand the financial
requirement. I would then closely consult and work with the Athletic and Associate Directors Mr. Cegles and Ms. Mabry in identifying and researching the legislation in our own state that relates
to raffles and other similar forms of fundraising. This is because raffles are often regulated by
governments because of the potential for fraud and misrepresentation.
Question 5
Before starting or do anything, I would sit down together with other project members and decide
where and where and what we need from the event. I would lead other members in weighing our
stakes throughout our operating region. Then we could go ahead and there requirement for
enhancing an entire statewide campaign to reach unlimited demographic. This will assist us in
determining how many tickets we need to sell to be successful, how big or opulent our prizes
should be, and even the limits of our community in terms of our overall goals (Gaming Policy
and Enforcement Branch, 2016). Reference
Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, (2016). Standard procedures for ticket raffles. British
Columbia.