A GIANT Thank you to the following parents for stepping up to managing the Product Sales: Popcorn Chair: Michelle Tobias Wreath Chairs: Debi Hovila and Barb Townsend Berres Bros. Coffee: Pam Konet Spring Kringles: Debi Hovila SCRIP : Patti Voiles Please contact the individual product fundraising chairs for product specific questions. Fundraising Coordinator: Michelle Tobias: email@example.com
Use the SCRIP Enrollment information to sign up for SCRIP. All Rebate funds go to Scout Accounts.
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Send Reimbursements Forms, Scout Account Deposits, and direct questions to Troop Treasurer for Deposits - Debi Hovila: 3423 Broken Bow Trail Delafield, WI 53018 email@example.com
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Troop 49 will earn a 50% commission on scout Wreath sales. Of that, 25% will be placed in the scouts' individual scout accounts and 25% will go into the Troop 49 General Fund. Troop 49 will earn a 40% commission on scout Popcorn sales. Of that, 25% will be placed in the scouts' individual scout accounts and 15% will go into the Troop 49 General Fund. Troop 49 will earn a 40% commission on scout Coffee sales. Of that, 25% will be placed in the scouts' individual scout accounts and 15% will go into the Troop 49 General Fund. Troop 49 will earn a 30% commission on scout Racine KringleFALL sales. Of that, 25% will be placed in the scouts' individual scout accounts and 5% will go into the Troop 49 General Fund. Troop 49 will earn a 40% commission on scout Racine KringleSPRING sales. Of that, 25% will be placed in the scouts' individual scout accounts and 15% will go into the Troop 49 General Fund.
There are incentives for the top sellers for Wreath, Popcorn, and Coffee product. On top of the 25% of your sales, 1st place gets an additional 50%, 2nd place gets an additional 30%, and 3rd place gets an additional 20% of the troop’s portion of profit earned on your sales.
Funds that go into the Troop General Fund over the course of the year are tagged to the individual scout to track each scout's $125 Yearly Contribution Goal. Thank you to the scouts who exceed that goal, this is how we fund the Troop. Scouts who do not meet the Yearly Contribution Goal will be sent notice and will be expected to pay the difference to the Troop Treasurer by December 5th.
Fundraising Sales Policy-
Starting January 1, 2014 the troop will be requiring the following: 1. A scout must sell enough products to equal $125 profit to the troop. If he does not meet this goal by December 1st, he will be billed for the remainder. 2. If a scout chooses not to participate in any product sales he can donate $125 to the troop in lieu of selling.
Reasons a scout should participate in product sale fundraising: a. A scout learns about salesmanship, developing communication skills, and confidence b. The scout takes ownership in his troop. c. He learns about paying his own way, and reduces the financial burden on his family when he wants to go on a campout. d. A scout actively supports his troop, he’s giving back. This is the scouting way.
Expenses that are covered by fundraising: a. Insurance for the trailer b. Repairs and signage for the trailer c. All camping supplies- which includes tents, cookware, stoves, Dutch ovens, water containers, tables, high adventure gear, canoes, paper products, charcoal, etc. d. Troop events such as Courts of Honor, celebrations, Webelos and Cub scout outings e. All campouts and outdoor activities require at least 2 adult leader to be present. The troop pays for Necessary Adult registration costs. Fundraising helps cover this expense. f. Annual re-charter cost, Boys Life subscriptions, merit badges, rank patches, position patches.
Historically, Troop 49 has never asked a scout or his family to pay a "joining" cost. Many other troops do this to help cover registration fees and the scouts' part of troop expenses. The burden of covering set expenses in our troop has always been covered by scouts participating in fundraising events. It is critical that scouts not only sell but sell enough to cover their costs within the troop. When the scouts sell they are reinforcing the scout spirit of teamwork, family, and helping other people at all times.