FREE Workshop Explains Rules of Small Games of Chance FundraisingPosted on June 26, 2018
Johnstown, PA (June 26, 2018) – Fundraising is important to many nonprofit and charitable organizations, including volunteer fire departments and churches, schools and youth sports teams and parent boosters, as well as recreational and social clubs. But what types of activities are allowed? A Small Games of Chance permit comes with rules and requirements about how to collect and use the money that you raise.
Nearly 90 representatives from more than 40 organizations signed up to attend a FREE Small Games of Chance Workshop on Wednesday, June 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Flair of Country Event Facility at the Johnstown-Cambria County Airport (doors open at 5:30 p.m. for registration/refreshments). Organizations will hear from Liquor Control Enforcement Officer Christopher J. Burns from the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement. The workshop, which is funded by the Cambria County Drug & Alcohol Program and coordinated by The Learning Lamp, will cover legal and illegal gambling, types of permitted Small Games of Chance, use of proceeds for holders of Club or Club Liquor Licenses, bingo laws and Special Occasion Permits.
For more information, call Elizabeth ElBayly at 814-262-0732 ext. 287 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Learning Lamp is a nonprofit organization with a mission to engage all children in the support they need to succeed. We deliver high quality programs that are affordable and accessible to families of all income levels. The Learning Lamp served 37,197 children and adults from 52 school districts and 71 non-public and private schools and other organizations in 19 Pennsylvania counties and communities in Maryland and West Virginia in 2017.
Our programs include: one-to-one tutoring; before/after school programs; portable classrooms aimed at building math and science skills; alternative education programs for at-risk students; evidence-based prevention programs; online learning and credit recovery; SAT preparation; educationally-focused child care; literacy-based preschool programs; and grant writing and project consulting for schools.