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Fundraising and Gaming License Applications


***IMPORTANT: Teams who do not follow these procedures are at risk of seizure of any unauthorized funds raised.

1. Any and all fundraising functions for the team must follow the proper fundraising guidelines.  All fundraising must be submitted on the CMHA Fundraising Application.

2. Once the event is complete, the information must be updated on the CMHA Fundraising Summary Report.

3. If you have any kind of gaming/games of chance/50-50, etc. you MUST apply for a BCLC Gaming License and provide the number of the license to the Treasurer, at treasurer@coqmha.org.

IMPORTANT: All teams must apply for their own gaming license and provide the number of the license to the Treasurer.  The application must be in their team name (NOT in CMHA's name).  No CMHA directors should be listed on the application.

4. After completion of event, you must send the Gaming event Revenue Report to BC Gaming, with a copy to the treasurer.

5. No later than the end of the season, the CMHA Fundraising Summary (LINK TO BE SENT TO MANAGERS) must be completed and uploaded to your team page.  Ideally, it would be updated throughout the season.

NOTE: No fundraising prizes can consist of alcohol.  The only permitted form of alcohol at a fundraiser, is in the form of a gift card.


Click here:  Team Fundraising Application

Click here:  BC Gaming License Application

* Effective February 1, 2023, the Gaming Online Service system will be updated to require the minimum 10-week (Class A & C) and 10 business day (Class B & D) processing time for charitable event applications as per the Licensed Charitable Gaming Rules.