1 Tolleson Union High School District #214 Booster Club Guidelines Booster Club Guidelines Page 1 Revised August 2016
2 Purpose The purpose of this document is to outline the guidelines set by Tolleson Union High School District (TUHSD) administration pertaining to the organization of booster clubs or parent booster clubs operating to support student programs or activities at the schools of TUHSD. TUHSD recognizes that some of the strongest support for our programs comes from booster clubs. These booster clubs offer parents, family members, friends, and community members an opportunity to become involved with students and their local school. We acknowledge that these booster clubs are an important part of the success of the interscholastic and extracurricular programs in TUHSD and we believe that having close communication between booster clubs and TUHSD will ensure that the goals of TUHSD are achieved. Disclaimer Statement TUHSD assumes no responsibility for consequences resulting from the use of the information provided in this document. Since booster clubs are separate legal entities from the schools and TUHSD, they are free to organize; however, they must receive TUHSD administrative approval in order to represent or operate using any TUHSD mascot/team/club name. Booster clubs should consider consulting legal or tax professionals for any potential issues or questions. Booster Club Guidelines Page 2 Revised August 2016
3 Definitions Booster club Fundraising. Joint Fundraising: Raffles: Any outside group of parents, business people, or other interested nonemployee member(s) who form an organization to support a school or group of students. These groups are usually called booster clubs, Parent-Teacher Organizations (PTOs), or Parent-Teacher-Student Organizations (PTSOs). Items, practices, or services sold in order to receive profit in the form of money. These funds are used for the benefit of the student or parent group. A predetermined fundraising event where the funds are divided between two distinct groups in direct relation to the participation of the contributors Lottery with objects as prizes; an event in which numbered tickets are sold, some of which are drawn at random to win prizes. The prizes in a raffle are often objects rather than money, and raffles are usually held in order to raise money for some cause or organization. Purpose of Booster Clubs TUHSD has found that most booster clubs have been or may be created to promote a specific sport, fine art, or cause. These booster clubs consist of parents, family members, friends, and community members dedicated to: Supporting, encouraging, and advancing the interscholastic and extracurricular programs and related activities of TUHSD. Promoting projects that allow the booster clubs to provide facilities, equipment, tools, or supplies that go above and beyond that provided by TUHSD. Booster clubs shall not seek to influence or direct the technical activities or policies of TUHSD administration or officials who are charged with the responsibility of conducting the interscholastic and extracurricular programs of the schools in TUHSD. Booster Club Guidelines Page 3 Revised August 2016
4 Partnership with Schools The strength of booster clubs comes from the participation of the booster clubs with the school site. A partnership should be formed that allows the school to communicate their program s particular needs with the booster clubs. Likewise, booster clubs need to communicate their plans and activities with the school so that administration can ensure the goals of TUHSD are being met and that the full assistance of the school is available as appropriate. Also of great importance is the partnership between booster clubs and the school administration. The administration must understand the rules and procedures of the booster clubs, just as the booster clubs need to adhere to any administrative, TUHSD, local, and state policies. While it is critical that schools be informed of booster clubs activities, it is imperative to know that TUHSD employees cannot organize booster clubs used for fundraising purposes. Although employees may participate in booster club activities, they cannot serve as organizers or officers of a booster club whose purpose is to support TUHSD schools. TUHSD will require verification of certain types of records kept by booster clubs. Therefore, the following is a list of recommended practices to abide by: The checking account should require two signatures on each check. School officials (any employee) should be in an advisory role only and should not be one of the signatures or officers. Maintain a file of all meeting minutes, even if there are no agenda items regarding the purchase of items or services. Firm cash controls with procedures and consequences must be in place. Creating an efficient paper trail of all transactions will deter any misrepresentations. Yearly submittal of financial records. Contact Information Site Athletic Director Phone Tolleson Union Chad Doyle Westview Tonya Lee La Joya Community Derek Fahleson Copper Canyon Mike Abbas Sierra Linda John Renouard University Susan Thompson Booster Club Guidelines Page 4 Revised August 2016
5 Incorporation and Non Profit Status The following are helpful hints for establishing a parent group. Further information can be obtained from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Most booster clubs are publicly supported 501(c)3 organizations. It is highly recommended that you consider applying and maintaining this non-exempt status through the IRS. Exempt organizations are not required to incorporate. However, the following are compelling reasons to do so. Officers of non-incorporated organizations can be sued. Members of informal organizations can be held financially liable for income tax all the way up to the first member(s) of the organization. Organizations not recognized by the IRS as exempt cannot accept tax deductible donations and donors cannot deduct contributions on their personal income tax returns. Booster clubs should have a unique name that does not include the name of the school or District. Use of the mascot and club/sport title is acceptable upon approval of TUHSD administration. The address should be a post office box or other address and not the school s address. Booster clubs may not use TUHSD s employee identification number (EIN), but establish their own through the IRS. Communication Tips TUHSD recommends that groups consider these forms of communication to distribute information quickly and efficiently. Website Remember, if the group s website contains information about students (e.g., name, position, picture), permission must be obtained from the student s parent/guardian to publish the information. It is a good idea to have the website reviewed by an attorney who specializes in website content. Group Ask members for addresses as they join. This is a quick and cost effective way to communicate. Flyers All flyers distributed by any group should be reviewed and have the approval from the administration of the school it represents. If the group intends to send out flyers via the U.S. Post Office, consider obtaining a bulk mail permit to reduce costs. Booster Club Guidelines Page 5 Revised August 2016
6 Fundraising Funds collected by booster clubs must be kept by the organization and off campus. Funds collected on behalf of the parent group will not be maintained by TUHSD. Any fundraising is presumed to have the intent that the funds will be raised for students within TUHSD. Therefore, any fundraising events must be appropriate to the age group of the students and not violate any TUHSD guidelines. Fundraising on or off school campuses by booster clubs must follow the Student Activities Fundraising approval process. This process can be found on page 17 of the Student Activities Handbook which is available at If the fundraising event is located on a school campus or as part of a school program, a TUHSD official must be present to supervise and control the event. Raffles are not allowed when students are involved. Students cannot participate, handle, solicit or otherwise be involved in any form of games of chance or gambling. Items purchased by the booster club for the school/club/team must be donated to TUHSD following the gift and donations procedure. The Request for Approval of Gift/Donation form is in the forms section of this guidebook. If the fundraiser is a joint event with a student club or group (such as an athletic sport), the Request for Fundraising Activity form must include the following: What is the fundraiser (what is being sold or solicited; who is purchasing the fundraising items, etc.)? What are the dates of fundraiser including times and schedules? Where will the fundraiser take place (locations)? Which club or group of students is participating in the event? How will the group or students participate? What percentage of the profits is being given to the booster club and the student group? The percentage must be in proportion to the participation of each group. The completed Request for Fundraising Activity form must be on file with the school and attached to a student activity s club minutes, where applicable. Financial Reports A mandatory annual report is due in the Financial Services office no later than July 1 of each year. This report should list each fundraiser during the fiscal year (July 1 through June 30) and include the following: Beginning balances Total revenue Total expenditures Ending balances Bank statement copies acceptable supplemental documentation that may be submitted with the Annual Report form template provided in the forms section of this guidebook. The Annual Report will be presented to the Governing Board (Policy KJA). Booster Club Guidelines Page 6 Revised August 2016
7 The following checklist is offered as a resource: Check List for Parent Support Organizations Contact School Administrator prior to formally organizing. Develop and adopt organization By-Laws (governing document), and establish officers of the organization. Develop an annual budget and goals. File IRS Form SS4 to obtain a taxpayer ID number. Establish a bank account. Submit an application to the school administration for approval of the booster club Meet with school administrator for approval of fundraising activities or events. Contact the Arizona Corporation Commission for application of non-profit corporation. File application and Articles of Incorporation from the Arizona Corporation Commission. Publish Articles in local paper for three (3) consecutive days. File IRS Form 1023 Application for Recognition of Exemption. Tax status must follow the rules as set forth in the IRS guidelines. (Acquiring an Employer Identification Number-EIN). Groups must have an EIN prior to completing Form (Reference IRS Publication 557 for complete information). File annual report to the Arizona Corporation Commission File IRS Form 990 to the Internal Revenue Service On July1 of each year, submit an annual report to the TUHSD Director of Financial Services, listing revenue collected, expenses, and year end balances for each activity Booster Club Guidelines Page 7 Revised August 2016
8 Booster Club Do s and Don ts Do s Have Constitution, bylaws, and budget approved by the site administration and Superintendent. Have all fundraisers approved following the district policy Encourage a healthy relationship with the sponsor/coach and site administration work as a team Have regularly scheduled meetings open to stakeholders Ensure the budget is designed to support the needs of the program Have adequate accounting procedures in place to assure that the booster club members, sponsor/coach, site administration, district administration can review records of the organization when needed File taxes and obtain a federal tax ID number Keep Booster Club funds separate from school/ club funds Understand that gifts from the booster club become property of TUHSD (and may require approval). Understand that any financial obligation incurred by Booster Clubs shall be solely that of the Booster Club Remember that donors are more likely to make donations to a 501(c)(3) but you will need to apply for that status Seek legal/accounting services to ensure compliance with all state/federal laws and requirements Don ts Don t allow the Booster Club to represent only a select/exclusive group of parents/students it should be all inclusive Don t function without a constitution, bylaws, or approval budget Don t hold fundraisers without required approval Don t operate without elected officers following the election process outlined in the Booster Club constitution Don t operate at the last minute. Meetings, elections, fundraisers, and other activities should be well organization and advertised to all stakeholders Don t let Booster Club activities interfere with academic instruction time Don t advertise as a nonprofit unless you have filed the appropriate paperwork and been granted that status Don t use the school name, TUHSD name, team name, or students for any activities that are not approved by the school (e.g., flyers, press releases, websites, etc.). Don t allow school/tuhsd employees to organize or serve in leadership roles on a booster club representing TUHSD. Don t use a student s name, position, or picture without written permission from the student s parent/guardian to publish the information. Don t have students assist, in any capacity, with a fundraiser unless a Request for Fundraising Activity form is in place clearly outlining the percent/amount of funds raised that will be deposited into the student activities account. Booster Club Guidelines Page 8 Revised August 2016
9 Basic Financial Info Extra Curricular Activities Where does the money come from? Student Activities Account Student led/ involved fundraising Group/ Booster Clubs Booster club member led/involved fundraising (if students are involved in the fundraising, a portion of the money must be deposited in the student activities account) Tax Credit Public/parental donations ($200 per single and head of household; $400 for married taxpayers) Gifts and Donations Public/parental donations (may require Governing Board approval based on policy) Where is the money held? Bookstore Booster Club account Bookstore TUHSD Financial Services Office How is the money accessed? Requisitioned through the purchase order process Booster club writes a check Requisitioned through the purchase order process Requisitioned through the purchase order process Notes: The information in the above table is intended to be used as a basic resource regarding fundraising and spending money for extracurricular activities. In some cases, there are restrictions on the types of things that can be purchased from these various accounts. All purchases should be preapproved. Please refer to your Principal and/or Bookstore Manager with specific questions regarding these issues. Booster Club Guidelines Page 9 Revised August 2016
10 Sample Organization Structure and Fiscal Operations Guidelines Booster Club Guidelines Page 10 Revised August 2016
11 Strategic Framework TUHSD finds most organizations and companies clearly define their strategic framework. Again, this is a best practice and each group should consider establishing and defining a strategic framework for success. This framework would consist of things such as: A mission statement that defines what they are doing. A vision statement for their future. Goals and action plans to guide their daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly actions and activities. Values that shape their actions. Strategies that zero in on their key success approaches. A Statement of Philosophy. Mission Statement A mission statement is a precise description of what the group does. It describes the business the group is in. It is a definition of why the group exists. Vision Statement A vision statement is about what the group wants to become. It resonates with all the members of the group and helps them feel proud, excited, and part of something much bigger than themselves. It gives shape and direction to the group s future. Goals Goals should be set on a yearly basis by the group or individuals that represent the group as a whole (e.g., an executive level or parent advisory council). The goals should be communicated to the larger group. Values Values are traits or qualities that are considered to be worthwhile. They represent how the volunteers behave with each other and with others in the school and community Booster Club Guidelines Page 11 Revised August 2016
12 Group Formation Groups will probably be made up mostly of volunteers and should consider the following points. Structure For large groups, TUHSD recognizes that an umbrella type structure would provide the most benefits. This type of structure can provide a reduction of expenses and efforts. The umbrella type group could consist of an executive level or advisory committee and representatives from all member groups. The umbrella group could meet on a regular basis to discuss upcoming events, distribution of communication, fundraising ideas, and handling situations. Recommended guidelines to following when initially forming a group include: 1. Interested parents should meet with the school s Athletic Director and/or Principal. At a minimum, a written statement of intent to form must be given to the Athletic Director and/or administration. 2. Group should meet with umbrella group (if there is one) to express interest in developing the particular group. 3. Liability insurance must be obtained and on file with TUHSD. 4. A board should be chosen for the group consisting of a: President/Co-President Secretary Treasurer Committee members 5. Group should establish bylaws or a charter. 6. A report of the meeting should be given to the school administration and group members. Should an umbrella type group consist of member groups, then the umbrella group should consider clearly defining: How can member groups join or leave the group? What is expected of each member in the group? What happens if a member group dissolves? What is the expected behavior of volunteers? Booster Club Guidelines Page 12 Revised August 2016
13 Sample Fiscal Operations Guideline Statement This section will provide an overview of financial operations. These guidelines were developed to offer general direction about financial controls and procedures for groups. The funds for the group will be kelp at a financial institution that is secured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). No member will be allowed to withdraw funds directly from the account. All funds expensed must be issued via checks. The volunteers responsible for the financial account(s) and reporting will never allow the checking account balance to drop below $200. The group Treasurer and at least two other Executive Board members will have signature authority of the account. It is recommended that these two be one of the Co-Presidents and the Treasurer. Checks for more than $1,000 may require two signatures. All processed payments, bills, invoices, and cash receipts will be properly recorded and appropriate backup paperwork will be maintained. The electronic account (e.g., using software such as Excel, Quicken, QuickBooks, ABC) will be balanced each month to the statement from the bank. There will be no petty cash maintained by the organization. All income received by the group must be deposited into the account within two days. The group Treasurer will maintain copies of deposit receipts. The group Treasurer will make copies of all checks issued and received. There will be no credit cards or debit cards issued for any of the group account(s). The group Treasurer will review all invoices received prior to payment. The records of the group will be open to inspection by members of the group. Any copies of financial information requested will be produced at requestor s expense. All expense/reimbursement vouchers should be signed by at least two group officers. Booster Club Guidelines Page 13 Revised August 2016
14 Additional Resources State of Arizona and TUHSD Policies Booster Club Guidelines Page 14 Revised August 2016
15 State of Arizona A.R.S Exclusions A nonprofit organization that is a booster club, a civic club or a political club or political organization as defined in section may conduct a raffle that is subject to the following restrictions: 1. No member, director, officer, employee or agent of the club or organization may receive any direct or indirect pecuniary benefit other than being able to participate in the raffle on a basis equal to all other participants. 2. No person except a bona fide local member of the sponsoring club or organization may participate directly or indirectly in the management, sales, or operation of the raffle. 3. The maximum annual benefit that the club or organization receives for all raffles is ten thousand dollars. 4. The club or organization is organized and operated exclusively for pleasure, recreation, or other nonprofit purposes and no part of the club's or organization's net earnings inures to the personal benefit of any member, director, officer, employee, or agent of the club or organization. Arizona Corporation Commission 1300 W. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ (602) Booster Club Guidelines Page 15 Revised August 2016
16 K 2600 KJA RELATIONS WITH BOOSTER ORGANIZATIONS Membership in a booster club or a school support organization should be based on an interest in a quality program and willingness to donate labor and services or to participate in fundraising. By October 1 of each year, booster clubs and school support organizations will meet with the site principal, or designee, to discuss fundraising projects and events and to provide a list of officers and members. Booster clubs and school support organizations will keep accurate and complete records of each fundraising activity in accordance with the county school uniform accounting system, recording the net receipts of each activity, keeping a current balance of all monies, and submitting an annual report by July 1, through the Superintendent, to the Governing Board. All projects involving expenditure of money, matching funds or not, will be submitted to the site principal, with a copy to the Superintendent. Principal approval will be necessary before any project is undertaken. A booster club or school support organization shall not be controlled, either through signatures on cash accounts or for decision-making for expenditures, by any employee of the District. Employees shall not be officers in the booster club and school support organizations. Selection of athletic participants is the decision of the coach(es) responsible for the athletic program. Individual or group interference will be considered highly improper by the District The Governing Board has final authority over all phases of school operation and money raised for schools. Adopted: November 9, 2010 Booster Club Guidelines Page 16 Revised August 2016
17 TUHSD Fundraising Policy 1. Check the official school calendar. Any student club or organization that plans to schedule an activity should check the calendar for available dates. This includes activities outside of the regular school day. 2. Request for Fundraising Activity forms will be available all year, but will only be reviewed for approval by Student Government/Council (StuGo/Co) three times per school year. The form is located on page 19 of the Student Activities Handbook which is available at The first approval will be at the end of the third week of school and will approve events/fundraisers for the current school year. The second approval will be at the end of the first week of December and will approve events/fundraisers for the current school year. The final approval will be at the end of the second week of May and will approve events/fundraisers for the following school year. These meetings will be open meetings and a faculty and student representative from all clubs with actionable items on the agenda should be present in order to offer clarification or mediation when needed. 3. After the request is approved by StuGo/Co, it will be forwarded to site administration for review and placement on the school calendar. These requests may be forwarded to the District Office for review by the Superintendent and the Governing Board. 4. If off campus, ensure that the location of all events is appropriate for a high school event. Establishments that serve alcohol, promote tobacco use, or other activities inappropriate for young adults are not acceptable for high school events. 5. If your activity involves school transportation, the sponsor is required to submit a District Transportation Use Request Form, located on page 34 of the Student Activities Handbook, one month prior to the activity to the Assistant Principal for Athletics office. Follow the transportation timeline to ensure funding is secured in time for the event. 6. If your approved activity requires the use of any school facilities, you must fill out a Facilities Request Form located on page 35 and include it at the time of approval of the event/fundraiser. This includes any after hour use. The form must be filled out completely in order to be approved and entered on the school calendar. Please remember that the condition of the facility after the event is the responsibility of the club/team. Pride in their campus and its appearance should be a guiding value for all student leaders. 7. Raffles, drawings, or lotteries are NOT ALLOWED. 8. Use of the cafeteria kitchen or its equipment or supplies is NOT ALLOWED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW EVENT/FUNDRAISER APPROVAL PROCEDURES WILL RESULT IN THE CANCELATION OF FUTURE EVENTS. Booster Club Guidelines Page 17 Revised August 2016
18 Forms Booster Club Guidelines Page 18 Revised August 2016
19 Booster Club Guidelines Page 19 Revised August 2016
20 Booster Club Guidelines Page 20 Revised August 2016
21 Booster Club Guidelines Page 21 Revised August 2016
22 Booster Club Guidelines Page 22 Revised August 2016
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