The Enderis Park Neighborhood Association is establishing a new Business Relations Committee (BRC) and is in search of a dedicated volunteer to lead the committee. The primary role of the BRC will be to raise funds and solicit sponsorships to support the various activities of EPNA.
This role will allow you to work on your own time and schedule and may require 1-4 hours of your time each week, with the bulk of the effort needed from late Fall to Spring.
Much planning has gone into the creation of the Business Relations Committee, and a good portion of work is already complete. All we need is you! Are you a “people person” and advocate for the Enderis Park Neighborhood? Are you ready to share your enthusiasm and energy to support the spirit of EPNA and its community events? Please join us.
Interested, but not sure this is the role for you? The Business Relations Committee will also need volunteers to help build relationships with local businesses.
Chairperson, Business Relations Committee (volunteer)
The Enderis Park Neighborhood Association seeks a dedicated and driven volunteer to lead its new Business Relations Committee (BRC). The Chairperson will have great input into the development of the committee and its processes. The Chairperson will organize and lead a team of committee members through the activities of the BRC and will report activities and results to the EPNA Board on a monthly basis. While there is some work to be finalized, the EPNA Board has already outlined the basic strategies and expectations of the BRC. You will work on your own schedule, 1-4 hours per week, with the bulk of the effort needed from late Fall to Spring.
Phase I – Sponsorship and Fundraising (First priority)
The BRC Chairperson and committee members will be tasked with soliciting sponsorship and fundraising to financially support EPNA’s annual budget. Sponsorship opportunities exist with the Enderis Park Farmer’s Market, Concerts on the Green and all other EPNA hosted events. The committee will be provided a fundraising goal annually and will be the driving force behind all solicitation efforts. The BRC will partner and regularly share results with the various activity committees for execution of their events (Farmers Markets, Concerts, Neighborhood Improvements, etc.)
Phase II – EPNA Membership Benefit development (future development)
The BRC will also seek relationships with area business for the purpose of generating a pool of membership benefits. (For example, a member of EPNA may show their membership card at a participating business and receive a small discount or benefit.)
Phase III – Area business promotion and relationship building (future development)
The BRC will also develop programs and opportunities for area businesses to be promoted among the EPNA membership. Examples may include a business spotlight on EPNA website/newsletter or a new business welcome package. The BRC will have great creative leverage and flexibility to define and execute Phase III activities.