Volunteer Bond

Starting for the 2024/25 season, the Canmore Minor Hockey Association will implement a Volunteer Bond Program. Below is a quick summary of the program, the full details can be found here.


What is the Volunteer Bond?

The Volunteer Bond is a pre-authorized debit payment that families registering for CMHA will submit during registration. The payment will be processed at the end of the season if the family does not earn the required volunteer credits. 


Why a Volunteer Bond?

For too many years, CMHA has depended on the efforts of a small number of volunteers to earn money for the association. This money is used to keep CMHA fees affordable for all families and to offer skills development opportunities to all CMHA players. The Volunteer Bond is meant to make this volunteer effort more sustainable by spreading the volunteer load among more families. 


How does the Volunteer Bond work?

The following is a very high-level overview of the Volunteer Bond program:

  • During registration, parents registering a child in CMHA agree to the Volunteer Bond Policy and submit a pre-authorized debit (PAD) 
  • During the season, families earn volunteer credits
  • At the end of the season, families who have fulfilled the Volunteer Bond requirement, pay nothing. Families who have not fulfilled the requirement, are charged a fee. 

The policy with full details can be found here.

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