Team up to help end addiction and recruit others to join you at the Shatterproof Challenge Rappelling Series.
Teams are two or more individuals who fundraise and rappel for the Shatterproof Challenge. Every team member is required to register to be able to participate. Every team will have a fundraising minimum based on its team members’ fundraising minimum. Once that minimum is met, every member of the team can rappel. Your fundraising coach will help your team captain determine your team’s minimum.
Team Captains have access to a variety of resources, including a team webpage and tools for recruiting and fundraising. In addition, you are assigned a Shatterproof fundraising coach to help you from start to finish. If you have any questions or need help managing your team, please contact email@example.com.
What is the minimum number of rappellers on a team?
Two or more registered participants make up a team.
What is the maximum number of rappellers on a team?
As long as there are open spots in the event, there is no limit to the size of your team.
How is the team fundraising minimum calculated?
Every team will have a fundraising minimum based on the total of their team members’ fundraisingminimums. The minimum may be met through team donations, individual fundraising or a combinationof both. Once the team fundraising minimum is met, every member of the team can rappel. Yourfundraising coach will help your team captain determine your team’s minimum.
Does every team member have to register?
Yes, every team member that is planning on rappelling is required to register for the event.
What are the benefits of being a team?
In addition to the fun that comes with rappelling together, teams are eligible to share fundraising and given priority to rappel together.
How do we fundraise as a team?
Every team member’s individual fundraising contributes to the team total. Your donors can also make a donation to the team on the team fundraising page.