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Fundraising

The main source of funding for the troop is two annual fundraising projects.   The fall wreath and centerpiece sale begins in the early part of November. The spring mulch sale begins in the early part of February.   Each scout is expected to participate. The proceeds of the sales are split between the troop account and scout’s individual account. Money put into the individual scout accounts can be withdrawn upon presentation of a receipt for the purchase of scouting related equipment or can be used to pay for scouting related fees (ex. Summer Camp fees)Unused individual scout account balances revert to general troop funds upon departure by the scout from the troop either through transfer to another troop or non-recharter of the scout. Receipts for reimbursement are required prior to departure. Any suggestions you have for fundraising can be directed to the fundraising chairman on the troop committee.



Annual

Spring

Mulch

Sales

Our Spring Fundraiser starts in January and runs through March/April

Cost:
5-15 Bags$4.15 / bag
16-35 Bags$4.00 / bag
36- 64 Bags$3.85 / bag
65+ Bags$3.75 / bag

5 Bag Minimum

PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENTS BELOW FOR ORDER INFO DETAILS

Here is the link for scout order entry: http://fundraiser.bsatroop27.us

Questions?  Contact coordinator at fundraiser@bsatroop27.us.

Thank you for supporting Troop 27.



Fall
Christmas Greenery
Fundraiser

 


For the holidays, Troop 27 sells Christmas wreaths as a fundraiser.  It is a great opportunity to raise money for upcoming Winter Camp, Summer Camp, and/or High Adventure Camps.  Scouts can also use the money to buy equipment/gear that they need for Scouting events.  A generous amount of the profit from their sales goes into their Scout Account to use for camps or gear, etc.

Questions?  Contact coordinator at fundraiser@bsatroop27.us.

Thank you for supporting Troop 27.





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Erich Stokes,
Jan 13, 2013, 1:11 PM
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Erich Stokes,
Jan 5, 2012, 7:44 PM
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Erich Stokes,
Jan 13, 2013, 1:11 PM
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Erich Stokes,
Jan 13, 2013, 1:11 PM
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