Everyone in the Instrumental Music Program can participate in these fundraising activities.
Overall, earned for the benefit of the program, however, it rewards the individual for their work. Each student in the program is assigned a personal finance account. The student will begin to accumulate money as he/she and or parents participate in various fundraising activities. These funds can be carried over every year until student graduates or leaves the program. Any fees left after graduation go back to the general music fund for the benefit of BCHSIMP.
ELIGIBLE EXPENDITURES FROM BCHSIMP BYLAW SECTION III
Expenditures eligible for payment from individual accounts are for those activities, or materials, in which participation is offered by the Bear Creek Instrumental Music Department. Examples of acceptable requests – required uniforms, props and equipment, approved group trips, or any entrance fees for competition. Examples of unacceptable requests – payment of school fines or individual expenses. (Transferring of accounts to unrelated accounts). All requests for disbursement of funds from a student’s account MUST be submitted in writing PRIOR to the expenditure and approved by the board at the subsequent meeting.
have fundraising ideas?
We are always looking for new and interesting fundraisers to add to our list. Our goal is to only pursue a limited number of fundraisers that yield large dollar amounts. Please send fundraising ideas to Sarah Robbins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please remember to follow these guidelines with all fundraising activities:
Please check your email for any additional important information and updates.
Student account money adds up quickly
It's definitely worth your time to sign up for each of these fundraising activities. Before you know it, you'll see money adding up within your student accounts.
Here's an example of how the money can add up for your student: