Cup Community Partnership
Our new development director gives an update on our fundraising plan.
Our mission at Cup of Cool Water is to build relationships, not just with our clients, but also with our community. It is the relationships with our Cup Community Partners that moves our ministry forward.
There are four vital categories of the Cup Community Partnerships: Church Partners, Business Partners, Individual partners and Volunteer Partners. In this newsletter, Jeremy Clark has provided a description of what a Volunteer Partnership involves. I will be focusing on our Church Partnership, another extremely important part of the Cup Community Partnerships.
Our partnership with a church centers on the principal of “Local” missions. Supporting missions is a part of every Christian church’s calling. Often times this involves sending money to different causes outside the local community where it is often difficult to measure the effectiveness of the contributions. Cup of Cool Water is involved with a local need, building relationships with local youth who are homeless in Spokane and helping these youth find their way back into society while showing them God’s love.
The partnership of a church with Cup is extremely important for our mission. This partnership allows us to reach out to a congregation, securing both financial and prayer support. There are four specific parts of a Church Partnership
Allow Cup of Cool Water to be the focal point of an offering in your church once or more a year. Cup can gladly provide a representative or a video telling the Cup story on request.
Help us advertise in the church bulletin for our annual events.
Volunteer as a church on monthly or yearly basis, helping in several service opportunities..
Host a table of eight or more at our yearly Ignite Fundraiser in October
We need your church to help move Cup of Cool Water to the next level of service in our community. If you’d like more information on how to get your church involved please email email@example.com