Hosting

Partnership Objectives

To ensure AAW is efficiently and fully reaching the community of those with disabilities, including seniors and veterans, AAW partners with organizations such as Riveredge Nature Center (Saukville), and Fishing Has No Boundaries (Hayward), to serve as host locations for AAW chairs. These organizations assume responsibility for the reservation process and maintenance of AAW’s equipment in their geographic area, extending AAW’s reach and allowing even more people access to the great outdoors.

AAW's responsibilities include purchasing equipment, paying insurance, training host locations, and reporting survey results and stories back to grantors.

Together we market availability and access to equipment.

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How to become a Host?

REVIEW THE HOST APPLICATION

  • DISCUSS IT INTERNALLY

      • Include stakeholders from executive director to those who will be doing equipment checkout and check in

REVIEW THE MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MOA) and

  • DISCUSS IT INTERNALLY

      • Include stakeholders from executive director to those who will be doing equipment checkout and check in

Submit the "Vetting Questionnaire"

After discussion and approval, the next step will be to sent to the potential host by the Assistant Outreach Director and Business Manager.

  • You may request an appointment to discuss the application and questionnaire.


Review Host Timelines for reporting back to AAW.

Review Reports required for monthly, quarterly, and annual communication.