In keeping with our strategic objectives, AMAPCEO will support requests from Districts to make donations or provide sponsorships to community initiatives.
This could include asking AMAPCEO to furnish a prize for a workplace fundraising drive, sponsor an upcoming event, or make an outright donation directly to an organization or initiative.
AMAPCEO has set aside $1,000 in funding for community donations and sponsorships for each geographic District from its central budget. Districts with two Communities will split their funds into $500 parcels. Districts with three or more recognized Communities will receive an extra $500 per Community, annually.
AMAPCEO will consider proposals for donations or sponsorships to organizations or events, particularly those that are in keeping with the union's mission and values—in particular, our committment to public services, trade unionism, fairness, and equity.
Organizations or initiative organizers do not necessarily have to be registered charities or incorporated not-for-profits.
AMAPCEO does not provide donations or sponsorships to:
For more information, please see the District / Community Donations and Sponsorships Policy.
Discuss your proposal with your District Director and Delegates on your District Executive. You, or your District Director, may also wish to speak with the Member Engagement staff member who works with your District.
Ask your District Executive to endorse your proposal. If they can, they should include it in the District's next annual workplan and budget. In-year requests will also be considered.
Alternatively, you may apply without the formal support of your District Executive, but this may have an impact on the outcome of your request.
Contact Grant Burns, Strategic Advisor to the President/CEO, to discuss your proposal. Staff may have suggestions or guidance for you as you complete your application.
Complete this form.
After your form has been completed, Staff will review your proposal. They may ask you to provide more information.
The Executive Committee will consider your proposal at their next meeting. They meet once a month, so it's important to plan ahead.
In making their decision about your request, the Executive Committee will consider if your propsal has the support of your District Executive, and may also consider:
The Secretary of the Board or a member of AMAPCEO staff will let you know if your proposal has been approved, and staff will work with you to arrange payment. Depending on the proposal, it may be directly to an organization, or be a reimbursement to an individual.