East Coast Bays United Softball Club

If you could help your Club and the Association and it didn’t cost you a cent, would you

East Coast Bays Softball Club in partnership with North Harbour Softball Association 

is delighted to announce a new fundraising initiative where you can help us and it won’t cost you a cent.

Sound too good to be true I hear you say, well it’s not. I have joined, the donation we get from my account is $75 per annum and I got to save $135 per annum myself!” Chris Rawlings.

 

Here’s how it works:

We all must buy our electricity from somewhere.

Buy your electricity from Community Power, pay no more than you pay today (and possibly even less like I am) and you will get to donate a share of the profits Community Power makes from your bill to your Club and the Association.

75% of funds raised go directly to your Club, 25% goes to the Association.

 

Your donation comes from Community Power’s profits, not your pocket, so you never pay a cent more!

To help us at no cost to you, join today.

Thank you

 

How to join and help us at no cost to you, you may even save some money.

 

Request a quote   OR

Join Now – use donation code: 0000260

Your donation comes from Community Power’s profits, not your pocket, so you never pay a cent more!

 

“Hi, Trevor here, President of the North Harbour Softball Association. 

I have joined up, I am saving $55 per annum and Softball North Harbour gets $146 per annum!

Now, if you could help your Club and the Association, and it didn’t cost you, would you?

I hope you will join me, thank you.”

Trevor Smith

President North Harbour Softball Association.

 

About Community Power

Community Power is a new Social Enterprise company.  That means they share the profits they make with your Club and the Association when you buy your electricity from them.

Community Power is New Zealand owned and operated and operates from the North Shore in Auckland.

Community Power is an electricity retailer, approved by the Electricity Authority, operates throughout New Zealand and can provide electricity to both households and businesses.  If anyone can provide a business bill for analysis then please do so.  The donation amount from a business account is typically larger as businesses almost always use more electricity than a household.