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From Steve Holden <st...@holdenweb.com>
Subject Re: ACEU Volunteer needed - Sponsorship Co-ordinator
Date Sun, 15 Jul 2012 21:32:38 GMT
I'm happy to help with a draft if that would move it forward. This is one of the areas where
we cannot afford to let our late schedule for EU hold us up.

regards
 Steve

On Jul 15, 2012, at 2:25 PM, Nick Burch wrote:

> Hi All
> 
> The website is almost up (more on that in another email!), one thing we now need to do
is finalise the sponsorship details. For that, we need a volunteer, or perhaps two. (I'm told
really needs a single voice, as sponsors don't tend to get on well with asking a mailing list
and getting more than one answer...)
> 
> So, does anyone have the spare cycles for this?
> 
> You'll probably all be glad to hear that the role doesn't mean having to do everything
about sponsorship. Melissa, our EA, has some cycles to help out on the admin side. The foundation
fundraising team can advise, as can this list (for public/general things only - it's a public
list!). Steve from OpenBastion is available to help too, especially for sponsors who might
be interested in helping both ACEU and ACNA.
> 
> What does it entail?
> * Working with the team above to produce the sponsor prospectus
> * Answering questions from potential sponsors (there's one or two
>  already), with help from the team
> * Putting the details into the website (I have the instructions for this,
>  doesn't look too bad)
> 
> Anyone able to take this on?
> 
> Thanks
> Nick

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