Join the fundraising team at Gillette Stadium to meet your organization’s financial goals.

If your Not-for-Profit group consists of energetic and enthusiastic people who enjoy working with the public and meeting new people, you should be a part of our game day and special events team.

Each fundraising opportunity is offered in a packaged deal to accommodate organizations both large and small. For more information please click on the Request Info button or contact Jenn Stevens at or by phone at (508) 964-1980.

Current Participants

Community Outreach Groups Booster Clubs Youth Sports Teams College Athletic Teams
Religious Organizations Parent Groups Fraternities and Sororities

Frequently Asked Questions

What better place to earn money for your group than in the home of the New England Patriots and Revolution? Our groups have fun working together, interacting with fans and meeting new people while earning lots of money!
You have to have a 501-C designation and provide your W-9 forms as well as a completed package.
Volunteers are either designated a concession stand to run or serve as a fill in depending on the package chosen by that group. It is a great opportunity for team building and leadership!
We offer a variety of packages that include anywhere from just a few dates to over 30. The more you work the more you earn for your group!
We have trainings to get all of our group’s leaders certified in serving food and kitchen safety as well as alcohol management.


“The best thing about volunteering at Gillette Stadium over the years is the friendships that we have made with parents, instructors and students.”

“We have been able to award large scholarships to students to assist them in pursuing their college summer programs.”

“Working the events at Gillette Stadium has been a great experience for us. Not only have we been able to raise a LOT of money for our hard work, we’ve also been able to have fun doing it at the same time too!”

“Although it’s hard work we made more money in 7 months than we thought would be possible, beats the heck out of selling candy bars or canning in front of all the stores.”