4/25/2016 - CWCA is honored to recognize a generous gift to the CWCA from Joie Chitwood, at the request of Rosemary Kintzer of Wernersville, in memory of her husband Mike Kintzer. Click here for his obituary.
Thank you for supporting the Conrad Weiser Community Association!
Welcome to the CWCA — Join Us!
Meetings are held either online via email, or in-person at Gallen Hall, 8:00 p.m. — unless otherwise noted.
In-person meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Online meetings carried out over email.
In person meetings:
February, April, August, October
Questions about the CWCA may directed to the board at email@example.com
About us: The Conrad Weiser Community Association (CWCA) offers local youth sports clubs (and potentially other, community service organizations) a legal corporate framework for protection and support, by allowing them to share our official corporate name and government-approved tax-exempt status. Member Clubs enjoy the collective support and shared resources of a larger enterprise, while still maintaining complete autonomy over the management of their coaches, teams, players and volunteers. CWCA Member Clubs control their own registration process and handle their own fund-raising; they also have access to user-friendly web-based tools for collecting member data, registration fees, and club/team/player management functions. For a small fee of $3 per player per year, CWCA handles financial reporting and includes all member clubs in their Directors & Officers (D&O) Insurance Policy. CWCA Members also share information about fundraising and player, coach or parental concerns in order to mitigate risk of conflicts that may cross over between different youth sports clubs in the Conrad Weiser Area School District and the surrounding community.
( From the BY-LAWS Of the CONRAD WEISER COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC. )
ARTICLE I - OFFICES/PURPOSE
The primary purpose of this Association is to support and improve community programs in the Conrad Weiser [Area] School District through private funding.
The secondary purpose of this Association is to provide the minimum framework/guidelines necessary for the operation of each Member Youth Program (see Appendix D, Definitions). The minimum framework/guidelines address the following:
- Child Protection guidelines
- Financial Reporting by this Association and by each Member Youth Program.
- Insurance requirements for players and volunteers and general liability.
- Requesting Use of Facilities Reporting fundraising plans and monies collected.
- Provide tax exemption status for purchase of equipment and supplies.
- Code of Conduct
Please feel free to download any of the following PDF documents to learn more about our organization and its goals...