Guidelines for Identifying Volunteer Hours
July 2021 through June 2022
The Campaign Award Program is used to demonstrate the power of Republic Women at the local, state and national level. The program honors individual Clubs and State Federations that spend tremendous amounts of time volunteering (non-paid) for the Republican Party and Republican candidates.
For volunteer hours, include the following activities as well as preparation, travel, and communication time:
Regular hours include: all meetings, School Volunteer Program, tours, night events, luncheons, committees, boards, rehearsals, conventions, AzFRW or NFRW meetings, various shows such as Home Show, mixers, fashion shows, fairs, parades, fundraising activities, social, political classes, court visits and inaugurations. Includes time for phone calls, emails, faxes, scans, computer time, any food preparation, and travel to and from.
Campaign hours include: all political and campaigning meetings, forums, rallies, fundraisers for candidates, circulating petitions, phone banks, running for office, voter registration, door knocking for candidates, carrying signs and travel to and from. Includes time for phone calls, emails, faxes, scans, computer time, travel to and from.
Precinct hours include: volunteer at YAVGOP office, attend precinct meetings and fundraiser dinners, make calls, door knock in your precinct, and travel to and from.
School Volunteer hours include: all preparation for classes, time spent in classrooms, meetings, volunteer luncheons
REMEMBER TO CARRY A NOTEBOOK WITH YOU TO RECORD HOURS EACH AND EVERY TIME TO DO ANY OF THE ABOVE AND THEN REPORT EACH MONTH.
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