Presentation on theme: "BUDGET I KNOW I NEED ONE- HOW DO I GET IT? Farrah Johnson."— Presentation transcript:
BUDGET I KNOW I NEED ONE- HOW DO I GET IT? Farrah Johnson
What are your options County Funds School Funds School Advisory Board Chapter Fundraisers Alumni Fundraisers Chapter Fees/Dues
Funds Application Process? CTE District office? Dos and Do Nots Repair vs New Principal CTE Department General funds Specific funds Leadership Student development County School
School Advisory Committee Application One time/once a year Multiple applications Project Match project to goals Reading- literature (A Land Remembered) School Improvement (Landscaping
Fundraisers Annual Events Student Buy in Community Support Leniency Off Campus Separate banking ChapterAlumni
Expenses Large Expenses State Convention National Convention County Fair State Fair FFA Week Banquet
Expenses Medium Expenses Officer Retreat Career Development Events Supplies Travel Leadership CPC, COLT, SLS Chapter based Farm Repair
Expenses Small Expenses FFA Meetings Games (Idea- Minute to Win it website!) Socials Teacher Appreciation Community Service Videos
So….. What can your chapter cover? What can your Alumni cover? What can the students cover?
Ideas Can a student fundraise their dues? Can you charge a lab fee? Can you apply for grants? Do officers bring items for meetings? Can students bring items for community service hours? Can you partner with another group on campus?
Examples Career Development Event Alumni cover gas $ Team members pay $20 toward hotel Chapter covers chaperone and materials Banquet Sponsors Chapter pay for Awards, Decorations Alumni provide meal Students bring auction items
Examples State Convention Provide fundraising opportunities for event School pay for registration Alumni pay for food Chapter pay for part of room Student pay for part of the room
Pointers Dont break the bank. You cant cover everything Check other fundraisers on campus Dont overlap Dont steal someones fundraiser Check Rules! School Cafeteria Agreement # of fundraisers Partnerships