Special Events / Fundraising
ACR Health has a tremendously successful Special Events Department. If you want to help stage a top-notch fundraising event, come share your time and talents as a volunteer with ACR at one or more of our fundraising events, and you'll be working with the pros!
Development offers many opportunities to learn, from initial planning stages of an event, through the follow-up stages of thank you notes and thank you parties. Volunteers help ACR by:
• Generating ideas for fundraising;
• Distributing advertising materials;
• Forming fundraising teams;
• Working with Public Relations and Marketing;
• Assisting with Corporate Solicitations and donations;
• Coordinating setup and breakdown of event displays;
• Acting as traffic directors and hosts; and
• Cleaning up the grounds when the event is completed.
ACR's Special Events Committee helps coordinate fundraising events. We always welcome new members. For more information about volunteering with the Development Department, call 1.800.475.2430, or email us at events@ACRHealth.org
AIDS Hike For Life
AIDS Hike for Life is an annual event in April held at Hamilton College in Clinton. The 5K walk/run starts at 11:00 a.m. and takes about an hour to complete. Volunteers help in all aspects of the planning, staffing, fundraising, setup and cleanup. Volunteer jobs can last for a day or for several weeks. The event is fun; the campus is beautiful. Get involved and be part of something big!
For more information 1.800.475.2430 or: https://hikeforlife.greatfeats.com/event/volunteer
AIDS Walk / Run
AIDS Walk/Run is held every year on the first Sunday of June at Beaver Lake Nature Center in Baldwinsville. It features a 5K fundraising walk and a 10K fundraising run. The event begins at 10:00 a.m. and takes about an hour to complete.
Volunteers help in all aspects of the planning, staffing, fundraising, setup and breakdown. Volunteer jobs can last for a day or for several weeks. The event is fun; Beaver Lake Nature Center is gorgeous. Get involved and be part of something big!
For more information 1.800.475.2430 or: https://aidswalkrun.greatfeats.com/event/volunteer
First Frost AIDS Walk
First Frost AIDS Walk at Thompson Park Zoo and Conservancy in Watertown is held the first Sunday after Columbus Day. Registration for the 5K fundraising walk begins at noon; the event starts at 1 p.m. The walk leads participants along a scenic path through New York State Zoo at Thompson Park. All registered walkers receive free all-day admission to the zoo. The event is fun; the zoo is enchanting. Get involved and be part of something big!
For more information 1.800.475.2430
Sled for Red
The 8th annual Sled for RED will take place once again at Four Seasons Golf & Ski Center in Fayetteville. This cardboard derby has become a winter tradition in the Central NY area. Teams make sleds out of cardboard, paint and tape only and compete on the snowy slopes for various awards. It may be cold but, the heated competition and the heated tent for food & drink sampling, will warm things up big time!
For more information 1.800.475.2430 or https://sledforred.greatfeats.com/event/volunteer