The Weekend Tool-Kit
Here, you can find the resources for all of your Weekend needs. Visit this page often for more up-to-date tools helpful forms and materials that will help make your Weekend journey smooth and successful!
2012 Registration Form
To the right is the 2012 Registration Form. Click the image to view and print. Please fill it out and send it in if you prefer to register by mail.
We want to give you all the tools you may need to make asking for donations easier. There are two types of donation forms below that you can easily link to, print, and use to ask for donations.
- General Donation Form: For donors to make a single donation to one walker.
- Team Donation Form: For donors to make donations to a team. Donors can easily allocate funds to each person on the team instead of filling out multiply General Donation Forms.
- Fundraising Flyer: Ask your supporters to donate online! Download this fundraising flyer and pass it around to remind your supporters of their pledge to support your fundraising efforts for The Weekend.
What to Bring
Do you know what to pack for The Weekend? Click here or on the
picture for the printable "What to Bring" list! Print it out and check-off the belongings you
will be bringing with you on your journey. Please pay careful attention to the required items
you will need for The Weekend including Clothing, Camp Gear, First Aid and much more.
Sharing your story with the media is a great way to bolster your fundraising campaign and raise awareness about the cause in your community. By participating in The Weekend, you’re making a bold statement that your community will want to know about.
Hometown Press Release
"Hometown Press Release 1" is for those who are walking to support continued breast cancer research and care. "Hometown Press Release 2" specifies that funding will benefit both breast and gynecologic cancers. Please click the appropriate link and describe your motivation for participating and your dedication to ending cancer. Personalize the release of your choice and send it to your local newspaper.
Be sure to include your name in the article. This allows people you don’t know to donate to you via your Personal Page. The "Instructions" document explains how to fill out the Hometown Press Release.
Do you want to invite your community to attend your own fundraising event for The Weekend? Click the "Fundraising Advisory" document above, to open a media advisory template that will alert those in your area about your fundraiser. Personalize the advisory and send it to your local newspaper’s community calendar section. If the newspaper does not have a community calendar section, send the advisory to the general news or news tips email address.
Be sure to include your name, so those who are unable to attend can still donate to you via your Personal Page. The "Instructions" document explains how to fill out the Fundraising Advisory.
Good luck with your Hometown Press campaign, and please let Borjana Slipicevic at email@example.com know if your story makes the news!