www.ulster.gaa.ie. Finance and Fundraising in the Club. Clar (1- Hour). Financial Compliance at Club Level 2. “Structured Giving” at Club Level 3. CASC 4. Feedback and Q & A. In today’s GAA All Clubs have to have their finances in order!!!. The Black Economy! The Revenue are watching
Finance and Fundraising in the Club
All Clubs have to have their finances in order!!!
The Revenue are watching
Paid Managers- Breach of Rule which has a massive legal implications for the Club
“Ask people who have the welfare of the GAA in your Club area at heart to commit to paying a set amount to the Club”.
The Commitment can be open-ended or for a set period. In most cases the payment is approx £20/€20 per month.
Member of the scheme receives only one benefit....the knowledge that they are contributing something to their GAA Club!
Some schemes include a special edition bit of Club merchandise (coat/polo-shirt) and an invite to a social event once a year. Scheme also include a quarterly newsletter sent out to members.
A monetary scheme devised to encourage communities to support their local voluntary sports clubs
Managed by Inland Revenue
Basically money back on donations made to your club
Gift-aid schemes “Friends Of/Direct Debt” 25p can be claimed back in every £1 donated
Exemption from corporation tax on profits where turnover £30,000
Exemption from corporation tax (Income from property) where gross income £20,000
Exemption from corporation tax on interest received
Rates relief on Club property (80% currently, increasing to 100% in 2011)- Make contact with local Rates Office to take advantage of this benefit
Saturday November 14th
Armagh City Hotel
£20/€25 per person
Book 4 places from one club get the 5th place FREE – valid until 1st October 2009
Question & Answer
Feedback and Discussion