Team Captains Corner
Team captains make an impact!
The team captain not only has the opportunity to inspire and motivate team members but they can also be sure that everyone knows the kind of impact they as a team can have in saving the lives of prostate cancer patients.
Thanks to events like the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk, advancements in research have been improving the lives of thousands of prostate cancer patients and keeping families together.
It's easy to become a team captain
Just sign up online and start a team at your local ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk page to develop a customized team website that meets the needs of you and your team. We encourage teams to have a single team captains to expand your impact even further! All registration and fundraising can all be handled online. When you register, you will have access to great fundraising tips, ideas, and samples, and be able to create a team e-fundraising page. Download the Team Captain Guide.
Team captain responsibilities and benefits include:
Organizing your team for success. This may include setting goals, recruiting team members, and enlisting senior level support at your company. The ZERO staff will partner with you every step of the way.
- Recruit co-workers, friends, and family members to join the team and raise funds. ZERO will provide you with materials and information to assist you with recruitment and developing a customized fundraising plan.
- Having a direct connection to saving lives and keeping families together.
- Building and maintaining momentum, team enthusiasm up to and during the Run/Walk.
- Celebrating your team's success at the ZERO Run/Walk and thanking your tremendous supporters after the event.
As team captain you will make a difference in the lives of men and families fighting prostate cancer and bring us closer to Generation ZERO the first generation free of prostate cancer.
If you need assistance with getting your team set-up and help with fundraising, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-202-303-3110 today.