HCBA Donation Criteria

 HCBA Donations Criteria

PLATINUM CLUB DONOR    $1,000.  per year

Donor will receive;

  • Tax Receipt for $1,000
  • Recognition on the HCBA website and in our year-end banquet program as a Platinum Club Donor

GOLD CLUB DONOR  $500. per year

Donor will receive;
  • Tax Receipt for $500
  • Recognition on the HCBA website and in our year-end banquet program as a Gold Club Donor

TEAM SPONSOR  $500.

Sponsor will receive;
  • Tax Receipt for $300 – A $200 advertising cost is not receiptable per CRA guidelines
  • Recognition on the HCBA website and in our year-end banquet program as a Team Sponsor

SILVER CLUB DONOR   $250.  per year

Donor will receive;
  • Tax Receipt for $250
  • Recognition on the HCBA website and in our year-end banquet program as a Silver Club Donor

CHALLENGER CHARLIE CLUB DONOR   $75  per year

Donation is directed to the “Challenger Charlie Fund” which is used to support players that need financial assistance to register for HCBA programs. Donor will receive;
  • Tax Receipt for $75
  • Recognition on the HCBA website and in our year-end banquet program as a Challenger Charlie Club Donor

HCBA SUPPORTERS CLUBS.

One time or monthly donations. Monthly donations will require post-dated cheques. Donor will receive;
  • Tax Receipt, if the sum of all donations for the entire year totals $20 or more.
  • Recognition on the HCBA website and in our year-end banquet program as an HCBA Supporter.

Other donations or gifts that could be used as door prizes for our special events will be gratefully accepted. Donors will be acknowledged on our website and in our year-end banquet program as supporters of HCBA.

Hamilton Challenger Baseball Association is a Charitable Organization for physically and developmentally challenged youth and adults ranging in age from 5 years to over 40 years. Challenger Baseball allows participants to experience the joys and social benefits of taking part in a team sport. Our goals are:
  1. Provide sports and social activities for challenged athletes
  2. Develop baseball skills, teamwork and sportsmanship to the maximum of each player’s ability
  3. Build self-esteem and confidence through participation and social interaction
  4. Create a fun atmosphere and playing environment for our members
  5. Promote community awareness and participation in the program
If you would like additional information about our organization, please contact Denise McArthur, Recreation Therapist, CDRP-Hamilton Health Sciences Corp. at 905-521-2100 ext. 74482 or Mike Moore, President, HCBA at 905-521--5141 or view our website at http://www.hcba.on.ca/ Canadian Charitable Corporation Number 88761 2968 RR0001