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Instead of counting tips,    make tips count.     October 2012 is Tip Out To Help month.      Help your colleagues. Help y...
Alan Sacks and Eric von Krosigk                         OCTOBER 2012To guarantee that 100% of the proceeds raised will god...
Further Background                         Who We Have Helped to Date   on the Foundation                          2012   ...
Thank you to our 2011 sponsorsfor raising over $100,000.Over the Top Sponsor	                       Big Spender SponsorsGr...
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BCHF 2012 TOTH Information


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BCHF 2012 TOTH Information

  1. 1. Instead of counting tips, make tips count. October 2012 is Tip Out To Help month. Help your colleagues. Help yourself. Become a Sponsor. Each year, dozens of people – friends, family, and colleagues – within the hospitality industry find themselves hit with a financial crisis because of critical injury or illness. What if you and your company could help? Well, we’re giving you an easy way to do that. October is Tip Out To Help month. The BC Hospitality Foundation is inviting you to become a sponsor of their largest fundraising initiative of the year. And by becoming a sponsor, your employees will have an opportunity to participate by raising their own funds for the Foundation – we’ll be working together to help our own! Sponsors will have easy access to all the necessary promotional materials for an ongoing internal campaign: posters, newsletters, logos, fundraising ideas and more. A dedicated website is available for groups to register their teams and contributions can be made online. And, of course, anyone in BC can participate by donating to the Tip Jar!Visit and
  2. 2. Alan Sacks and Eric von Krosigk OCTOBER 2012To guarantee that 100% of the proceeds raised will godirectly to those in need, Tip Out to Help is seekingpartnership funding. Here are your tipping opportunities:Over The Top Sponsorship ($10,000)Quite literally, our ‘Over The Top’ tippers will be recognizedon all event promotional materials.Tip Out To Help presented by company X and company Y will “The Okanagan Wine Festivalappear prominently until April 30, 2013: Society was honoured to• n the British Columbia Hospitality Foundation website o partner with the BC Hospitality (with link to sponsor site) Foundation as title sponsor of• on the Tip Out To Help website (with link to sponsor site) Tip Out to Help for the 2011• n all event promotional materials including, but not limited to, o campaign. The foundation posters, flyers, press releases, social media, etc. does important work that aids people in the hospitalityBig Spender Sponsorship ($2,500) industry during a criticalThe logo of each ‘Big Spender’ will appear on the Tip Out To Help time of need or during theirwebsite, with a link back to each contributor’s own site. Each educational journey. To be able to support this cause was verysponsor’s logo will also appear on any BCHF issued Tip Out To Help rewarding for our board andmedia or advertising pieces. These contributors will also have access the members we represent.”to a number of campaign collateral pieces that they can use to – Eric von Krosigk, President,promote this event within their own organization. There will be no Okanagan Wine Festival Societylimit to the number of sponsors we call ‘Big Spender’.Great Tipper Sponsorship ($1,000)The names of all ‘Great Tippers’ will appear on the Tip Out To Helpwebsite. These sponsors will also have access to a number ofcampaign collateral pieces that they can use to promote this eventwithin their own organization. There will be no limit to the numberof ‘Great Tippers’.Who Can Participate? How Can We Raise FundsAnyone can get involved in Tip Out To Help, to Support Tip Out to Help?including: Visit our website for a• oodservice production, distribution, F comprehensive list of ideas. Following are a sales, marketing few that might get your thinking!• everage alcohol production, distribution, B • ave a “Loose Change” drive H sales and marketing • Toonie Tuesdays• n or off-premise retailers of food and O • llow the staff to wear jeans one day but they A need to pay to participate beverage alcohol products • uction off a manager to work as an A• edia, PR, and consultants related to any M “employee for the day” of the above • Organize a 50/50 draw• ny industry outside hospitality that A • Coordinate a staff bake sale cares about the welfare of this group • Sell raffle tickets to win a prize • Set up a payroll deduction option
  3. 3. Further Background Who We Have Helped to Date on the Foundation 2012 About the BC Hospitality Glen Yuen Banquet server $5,000 Victoria Foundation Teresa Acosta long-time fast food $5,000 Hope, opportunity, and inspiration. Vancouver chain employee That’s what the British Columbia Dawn Marie Morgan private caterer $2,000 Hospitality Foundation delivers when it Vancouver supports a person whose livelihood in Matthew Loring cook $7,500 BC’s hospitality industry is threatened Salmon Arm by a serious health-related condition or Anika Rajala son of Corey, cook $4,000 issue. That’s what you deliver when you Kamloops support the foundation. 2011 – $72,500 In addition to helping individuals Sara Craig first cook $15,000 and families who have been hit by Victoria financial hard times due to illness Teresa Evans retired publisher editor $5,000 or injury, the British Columbia Vancouver Hospitality Foundation annually awards Zaanneta Zaalberg bartender $5,000 scholarships to students enrolled in Ladysmith Hospitality, Culinary and Sommelier Sherry Winstanley restaurant employee $5,000 programs. Coquitlam Darlana Marshall restaurant server $7,500 Who Benefits Coquitlam Foundation benefits will support Kevin Ng position $5,000 and offer hope and inspiration to Victoria people who work in the hospitality Charlie Schmietenknop son of Steve, bar manager $5,000 industry: food suppliers, hoteliers, Langley media, publicists, restaurateurs, 17 scholarships hospitality, culinary and wine $25,000 retailers, vintners, and wine sales 2010 – $50,000 representatives. Frank Georgas retired cook $10,000 Vancouver Fund Management Brenda Derkacz wife of kitchen manager $5,000 The fund is managed by a committee Victoria of the Foundation’s Board, all leaders Nathalie St.Pierre banquet server $5,000 within the industry. Included on Vancouver the committee are Richard Carras, Charles Zuckerman restaurant worker $5,000 Christine Coletta, Geoffrey Howes, Vancouver Tim Pawsey, Bing Smith, and 10 scholarships Hospitality $25,000 Harry McWatters. 2009 – $46,500BCHF Scholarships Anne Tyler hotel employee $4,500 Vancouver Winnie Lam food distributor employee $5,000 Burnaby Rebecca Yung daughter, restaurant owner $10,000 Penticton Wendy Collins pub employee $5,000 Nanaimo 11 scholarships hospitality $22,000 2008 – $50,000 Michael Willingham sales agent $50,000 Nanaimo
  4. 4. Thank you to our 2011 sponsorsfor raising over $100,000.Over the Top Sponsor Big Spender SponsorsGreat Tipper SponsorsBrowns SocialhouseDana Lee Consulting Ltd.Geoffrey Donna HowesNestlé Professional VitalityImport Vintners Spirits AssociationTop Table GroupAndrew PollardClick MediaWorksVancouver Hospitality HR Directors AssociationOther Fundraising Events for the BCHF July 16, 2012 May 16, 2012 Held annually in OctoberContacts for Tip Out to HelpHotels, Alan Sacks, Executive Director Wine, Christine Coletta604.984.8649 | 604.802.9005 | Christine@ccltd.caRestaurants, Geoffrey Howes, Education, Richard Floody604.788.9051 | 604.803.4414 | rfloody@shaw.caSuppliers, Bing Smith Liquor – retail, Sujinder Juneja604.576.6886 | 604.367.6745 | sujinder@takeaimmedia.comWine , Richard Carras604.708.5022 | www.TipOutToHelp.comIndustry Association Partners L ike us on Facebook BCHospitalityFoundation F ollow us on Twitter @BCHospitality