Michigan 4-H Fundraiser Flyer Checklist
January 30, 2018
Your 4-H group has decided to raise money. Follow this checklist to ensure your flyer, promotion and marketing meet Michigan 4-H guidelines.
Be certain to submit to your 4-H program coordinator:
- Fundraiser application (at least 10 business days prior)
- Fundraiser report (within 10 business days of completion)
Your fundraiser flyer must include:
- Your 4-H club or group name
- What type of fundraiser you are holding (car wash, bake sale, etc.)
- Where it will take place (include complete address)
- When it will happen (dates and times)
- How will the funds be used; why are you raising money (be as specific as possible, including funds raised beyond the proposed budget)?
- Will the club be using the PROFITS or PROCEEDS of the fundraiser for advertised purpose?
- 4-H Clover logo
- MSU Extension logo
- MSU Extension indicia (see wording below)
- Does your fundraiser require payment of sales tax? If yes, is sales tax included in the price (e.g., food booth) or is there a fundraising vendor (e.g., candle company) responsible for paying it?
- Contact information (be cautious of listing contact information publically, especially for youth)
Find more information about 4-H financial procedures, see Financial Manual for 4-H Treasurers.
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Related Topic Areas
4-H, 4-H Community Service & Service Learning, 4-H Careers & Entrepreneurship, 4-H Leadership, Citizenship & Service, 4-H Volunteering & Mentoring, 4-H Youth Entrepreneurship, 4-H Youth Money Management