The 2007 RAF Training Manual has been uploaded to the website. To review, please click on "training manual." Also, we have a RAF Powerpoint that you can download that you can show at your monthly meetings and/or office outreaches. To review, please click on RAF Powerpoint.We believe these materials will assist you in reaching your RAF goals!
WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please review the RAF Team Captain list. If you have assigned a Captain for your Association and it is not listed, please fax over the"captain form" and we will update our records.
Both of these documents have been uploaded as "word" document, so you can download them to your computer and make the updates and then email the information to Lisa Edwards at email@example.com or by fax to (916) 444-1794
Mission of a RAF Captain is to: 1. Help increase your board's participation in RAF; 2. To educate and inform your local membership on the importance of contributing to RAF and 3. Inform members of the various contribution levels, (i.e. $49, minimum, $197 "True Cost of Doing Business," $498-Sterling R, $1598 California Golden R and $5098, NAR Golden R). Responsibilities of a RAF Captain is: 1. Contribute to RAF-$197-"The True Cost of Doing Business." 2. Encourage those who have consistently contributed to RAF to go to the next level; 3. Make presentations at your local board and at the local office's monthly staff meetings; 4. Organize fundraising events to increase the $$ in yoiur loal BORPAC; and 5. Communicate with C.A.R. staff to inform tyhem of new ideas developed in your campaign to increase participation in RAF. Note: Some of the files are in pdf file, and you will need Adobe Acrobat reader to open this pdf file. If you do not have Adobe, you can download it for free, here: http://www.adobe.com/