Re: Fund Raising Profits/Split
H. Clifton Cray (deacon@NH.ULTRANET.COM)
Thu, 20 Jun 1996 15:49:54 -0700
> 'Cynthia Hair wrote...'
> >activities (i.e., is a percentage held for the scout who earned the money for
> >his camping activities, do the hours worked by parents get credited for their
> >scout, etc.).
> In my troop we sell community calenders. The revenue comes both by sponsor ads
and calendar sales. The profitis divided, approx 35% to the
Troop and then we divide the # of calenders sold into the profit. The
figure would be x # of dollars per calender. The boy gets $ x calendars
sold into his troop account for Scouting activities. We have used the
same formular for other fund raisers except we figure so much per hour
and then figure hours worked by each Scout.
Hope this helps you.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City