Charities and fundraising at Belmont Market

Charity organisations and community fundraising groups will often contact market management in the hope of obtaining a site to raise funds in various ways.
The market wishes to support these types of groups provided it fits within a certain framework.
  1. Charity and community fundraising groups must apply in writing to the venue manager up to ten (10) days in advance of their chosen market date. This can be done by emailing the Market Manager at belmontmarket@geelongcity.vic.gov.au
    1. Applications must include:
      1. organization name
      2. summary of charity of community group
      3. reason for fundraising (that is: where the funding is going)
      4. how they intend to raise funds that is: raffle tickets
      5. date(s) they wish to attend market for fundraising.
    2. Charity and community fundraising groups applications may be denied at the Venue Mangers discretion.
  2. Charity and community fundraising groups applications may be given sites at no cost. This is to be determined at the Venue Managers discretion otherwise standard fees and charges apply.
  3. Charity and community fundraising group activities that may be considered may include:
    1. raffles
    2. information stands
    3. competitions, for example: guess how many lollies are in the jar, handball comps etc.
  4. Charity and community fundraising groups which will not be considered may include:
    1. anything considered illegal or immoral
    2. cake stalls
    3. sausage sizzles
    4. any sale of food
    5. anything that is a direct competitor of the programs, events and services provided by the City of Greater Geelong.
  5. Charity and community fundraising groups will be limited to two in operation on any given market day. The purpose of this is to maximize the opportunity to raise funds for the associated cause.
  6. Community fundraising groups may include locally based sporting clubs, school committees etc.

Fees

Fees can be found on the main stall holder page.






Page last updated: Friday, 7 June 2019

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