2013 Title Sponsor
EFD Charitable Organization - 2013
EFD Golf has chosen:
as the non-profit organization to raise money for during the 2013 EFD Golf Tournaments.
Sportsmanlike Conduct is a 100% non-profit organization that helps kids play hockey in Edmonton and surrounding areas. They provide funding for hockey equipment, training/instruction, team fees, and registration expenses to young people who cannot afford to play hockey.
How the Sportsmanlike Conduct Charity Operates
Sportsmanlike Conduct receives applications from teams, families and/or schools requesting financial assistance. The Sportsmanlike Conduct board then reviews each application to ensure authenticity and legitimacy, and choses which causes can be supported based on funding it receives from its donors.
What Percentage of Donations go Directly to Those in Need?
Sportsmanlike Conduct is a non-profit organization, and 100% of all donations go directly to the cause. Sportsmanlike Conduct collects donations by cheque or credit card payments and then facilitates payment to the receiving party on behalf of the hockey player.
If $250 is raised to outfit a young hockey player in new hockey equipment, a $250 cheque is paid from Sportsmanlike Conduct to United Cycle. Then, the hockey player receives $250 worth of equipment-only when he/she arrives for a fitting at United Cycle in Edmonton Alberta. Note: United Cycle is only a supporting corporate contributor to Sportsmanlike Conduct and is not an official partner or board member of the charity. At no time does Sportsmanlike Conduct ever pass monetary donations directly to a child or his/her parent(s).
If $1,000 is raised to pay a young hockey players tuition to a local hockey program, a $1,000 cheque is paid from Sportsmanlike Conduct to the School or Hockey Program. At no time does Sportsmanlike Conduct ever pass monetary donations directly to a child or his/her parent(s).
If $1,500 is raised to pay for a young hockey players team fees, travel and registration expenses for the year, a $1,500 cheque is paid from Sportsmanlike Conduct to the Team Administration/Management. At no time does Sportsmanlike Conduct ever pass monetary donations directly to a child or his/her parent(s).
Sportsmanlike Conduct, as a sponsorship-based organization, observes a formal system of accountability as set out in our statute. We are also committed to meeting best practice standards in operational excellence, confidentiality, public reporting and transparency. We seek to comply fully, for example, with public standards for financial reporting and with the Provincial Charitable Foundation Bylaws of Alberta. Methodologies such as impact assessment and stakeholders analysis enable us to ensure Sportsmanlike Conduct is delivering real and positive change for those people for whom we work.
The Sportsmanlike Conduct charitable license/registration number is 325777.
Sportsmanlike Conduct is a licensed charitable organization as listed on the Service Alberta website.
"I was confident in donating to Sportsmanlike Conduct. These guys do their homework - working closely with inner city schools and communicating with teachers, parents and coaches to identify kids who are truly the most deserving of financial support."
- Shawn Croden, Edmonton Alberta
"After making my donation, I had the opportunity to be introduced to the receiving hockey player, his coach and teachers. I've witnessed first hand the full-transparency of Sportsmanlike Conduct's operations and 100% of my donation going directly to the cause."
- Curtis Cossey, Edmonton Alberta