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Third-Party Fundraising Events

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I want to host an event to benefit St. Luke’s. How do I get started?

Please complete the Third-Party Fundraiser Application in full and return it to the appropriate St. Luke’s Foundation office. Allow 2-3 weeks for review, understanding that St. Luke’s may contact you with questions or for additional information within that time. If your fundraiser is approved, you will receive written confirmation and can then start planning.

What support will I receive from St. Luke's if I hold a third-party fundraiser?

St. Luke’s will provide:

  • General support, guidance, and advice on event planning and information about St. Luke’s and its programs and departments.
  • Items for distribution such as informational brochures or fact sheets about St. Luke’s and its specific programs or service lines.
  • Use of St. Luke’s logos and names upon review and approval of event and materials.
Can I use the St. Luke's logo?

Yes, the St. Luke’s logo will be available for your use after your event has been approved. St. Luke’s logos may not be resized and may only be reproduced in original colors or in black and white.

How do I show the partnership between my event and St. Luke’s?

In promotional materials, the suggested way to publicize St. Luke’s involvement is to list the event name followed by “benefiting or to benefit St. Luke’s [program or service line].” The net proceeds or percentage that St. Luke’s will receive should be stated clearly. The St. Luke’s name may not be used in the title or name of an event, and the third party may not suggest that the event is being sponsored by St. Luke’s.

Can I have a raffle at my event?

Yes, with written permission from St. Luke’s. St. Luke’s possesses a raffle license from the Idaho Lottery with a limited number of raffles permitted per year. If you are interested in holding a raffle and do not have a raffle license, you must receive approval from St. Luke’s for use of its license to your event, if space permits. Raffles conducted without a license may not be affiliated with St. Luke’s.

Am I allowed to solicit local businesses for donations to support my event?

Yes, with the understanding that St. Luke’s may request that you not contact certain businesses. St. Luke’s has established relationships with many businesses in Idaho, so there may be some that are not appropriate to contact.

Can I have a fundraiser for a specific patient?

No, if utilizing the St. Luke’s name or logo in any way, it is prohibited to fundraise for or donate to an individual or family.

I want to have a book or toy drive, or donate items to St. Luke's.
Thank you! Please click here for more information about wish lists and donation guidelines.