Fundraising vs. Revenue Income Event

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 Revenue income event (RIE) (1102): any type of income generated
from an event or opportunity where goods and/or services are
provided in exchange for monies or payment in kind (quid pro quo)
 Examples: sale of merchandise, tickets, sponsorship, etc.
 Fundraising (0392): gift of funds, services, and/or material goods
offered without obligation and/or expectation of payment to the
donor.
 Examples: restaurant nights, car wash (by donation only), letter
campaign, giving away apparel for free, etc.
 As a club, you are part of the UREC department, which means you
function as a business.
 We have to track how everything changes hand. Merchandise and
equipment counts as money because your club purchased it with
your funds.
 We must have receipts for every single transaction and it must be
recorded on your paperwork.
 We have to make sure we are reconciling all money in and out.
Ideally, we should not be off by even a penny, but we understand
things happen, so we have allowed a 5 dollar discrepancy.
 FIVE business days before the start of the event, complete and all
necessary forms (see handbook for detailed list of what forms are
due when).
 Complete a Reconciliation Form each time the inventory/fund
changes hands and/or when the event is over.
 Schedule an appointment with Club Sports Admin. for the first
business day BEFORE the event to pick up the following items:
 Cash box
 Receipt book
 Check stamp
 Till fund
 Meet with Club Sports Admin. to return all documents, inventory (if
applicable), and monies for a date no later than one business day
after the event has been completed. This meeting is to be set
before the RIE.
 Complete and submit the Revenue Income Results Form
 Return the following items to the Club Sports Program (if applicable)
 Cash box
 Receipt book and receipts (including ticket stubs if applicable)
 Check stamp
 Till fund
 Unsold inventory items (both retail and give-away) and tickets
 Forms (Reconciliation, Inventory Reservation and Log, Revenue
Income Results Forms)
 Schedule an appointment with the Club Sports Admin. to return all
required forms, receipts, donations, remaining inventory, and till fund.
This should be scheduled no later than one business day after the
fundraiser has been completed.
 Complete and submit the Fundraising Results Form
 Return the following items to Club Sports Admin. (if applicable)
 Cash box
 Receipt book
 Give away inventory
 Till fund
 Items gifted
 Forms: reconciliation, inventory give-away log, and fundraising
results form
 Do not mix personal monies with University money (can’t make change
with personal money, can’t make change for vending machine)
 Any gifts (gift cards, food, electronics, etc.) must be noted on the Give-
Away Reservation and Log
 Make checks payable to the University of Arkansas for anything NOT a
donation with the club name written on the memo line. All checks for
donations should be made payable to the University of Arkansas
Foundation.
 There are certain fields and information that MUST be filled out on
check…please see handbook for a picture of everything it must have.
 All receipts issued must be pre-numbered and issued in sequential
order
 One receipt goes to the Buyer/Donor and the other stays with the
club—you will need to turn this in later… don’t lose it!
 All receipts must contain the following information:
 Date issued
 Receipting cashier
 Name of buyer/donor
 Amount received
 Information to identify the specific purpose of the sale(medium
shirt, donation, etc.)
 Form of payment (cash or check)
 A person buys a $30 t-shirt, gives you 40 dollars and tells you to keep the change…
what should you do?
Write a receipt for both transactions; the sale of the t-shirt ($30) and another receipt
for the donation of $10

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