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2009 Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign COORDINATOR TRAINING In this Course, You will: Review the basic training presentation Examine the Pledge Card and Transmittal Sheet On-line Pledge Processing Discuss Best Practices Answer Questions The Coordinator’s Role
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You serve a vital link in the CVC Network!
$2 can do a lot – Can You?
Even more charities need our help – With over 1,300 groups to pick from, there is something for everyone and every interest.
You might ask your coworkers -
“Who touches your heart?”
The charity did not re-apply orThe charity received less than the minimum in designations last yearorThe charity did not meet financial standards
My favorite charity is not included in the directory! What Happened?
Undesignated funds cover the administrative costs of the campaign. At the end of each campaign year, remaining undesignated funds are divided proportionately among charities who received at least $1,000 in designations.
The campaign runs from October 1 through December 15.
The main kickoff will be Sept. 18.
Agency chairs may run a shorter campaign within these dates.
Employees “vote” for their favorite charity when they designate their gift
Employees from across the state serve as volunteer coordinators and on the Advisory Council
Employees Volunteer their time and talent to their local charities
Check each returned pledge card for completeness and legibility
Distribution:White copy goes to Payroll (payroll deduction gifts only)
Yellow Copy – Coordinator – CVC Processing CenterPink Copy – Employee/Donor
The ID number to be used is the one on the paystub and it is also the number used on Payline, and is on the employee insurance card (after the “YTX”).
Have your employee identification number and the names or codes for your favorite charities. If you want to search for charities that meet your own needs, go to http://www.cvc.vipnet.org/donors/directorylist.htm and look through over 1,300 charities.
Jot down the names or numbers of the charities on your list. The On-line Pledge Processing System allows you to select a charity from a drop-down list of charities in alphabetical order. There is a charity for every interest.
Note that not every charity that was in last year’s campaign may not be in this year’s campaign.
Go:To start giving, please begin at the CVC website and click on the Give Now button or go to Employee Direct at and supply the requested information. If you used online giving in 2008 or 2007, you will have the option to View your previous gift designations. Remember that not all charities in last year’s campaign will be eligible this year.
Credit Card Giving Tips
Best Practice: 1 Coordinator per 25-40 employees
For new coordinators – there may be a CVC Ambassador that will help you with your campaign.
Anne Dinterman, CVC Program Manager
See “What $2 Can Do!”