At the helm of every great team is a great Team Leader.
Each year, thousands of teams, guided by community leaders like you, come together for AIDS Walk San Francisco. Proving that we are stronger together than we are apart, these teams are responsible for 65% of the millions of dollars raised for Project Inform and more than 34 other AIDS service organizations in the Bay Area.
Below you will find the necessary tools to build your successful team. As a Team Leader, your goals are to recruit your friends, family, and co-workers to join your team, and then help them fundraise! We encourage you to start now – ask at least five friends to join your team today!
Register Your Team
Attend a Team Leader Intro Workshop
Set Recruitment and Fundraising Goals
Personalize Your Team Web Page (coming soon)
Create an Email Plan: Log into the Email Center in your HQ, or check out these Sample Email Templates (coming soon)
Request a Guest Speaker (coming soon)
Order Complimentary Promotional Materials (coming soon)
You need members on your team—here’s how to recruit and register!
Registration Tactics (coming soon)
Set up a Team Registration Table
Team Registration Form (coming soon)
Team Registration Excel Form (coming soon)
Engage your team to raise vital funds for Project Inform!
Plan and advertise a Team Fundraiser
Organize an Office Fundraising Workshop (coming soon)
Learn from the Pros: Read these tips from Team Leaders (coming soon)
Day-of-Event Planning Guide (coming soon)
Order Your Team T-shirts (coming soon)
Qualify for a Team Meeting Station (coming soon)
View Your Team Roster
Extra Team Leader Tools just for YOU!
Team Leader Kit (coming soon)
School Team Leader Kit (coming soon)
Team Leader Timeline (coming soon)
Team Leader Goal Setting Worksheet (coming soon)
Team Leader Checklist (coming soon)
Meet Your Team Coordinator
Every team has their own personal Team Coordinator on staff to coach them throughout the campaign. We’re always happy to provide guidance, advice, and support.
Have more questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.ShareThis