Fundraising

Forms

State, District, and College Regulations on Fundraising

  • State law requires that all funds a club/organization makes must be depositedinto the club/organization’s account.
  • Please deposit within five working days from the fundraiser event.
  • Funds cannot be solicited in the classroom, unless approved by the instructor.
  • On-campus fundraising activities must be approved in advance by the organizations' Advisor in addition to the Student Life and Leadership Manager.
  • Off-campus fundraising shall require the approvals of the Vice President, Student Services.
  • A gift or donation is defined as a contribution of money, securities, real or other property, goods, or, in some cases, services to the District/Colleges or any organization officially sponsored by the District/Colleges (e.g., student club) in exchange for which no return is given. Such a donation may not be designated to benefit a specific person; donors will only be allowed to establish broad criteria over the disposition of a donation and all IRS requirements shall be observed.

Raffle or Drawings

  • You must advertise "donation" or "recommended ticket price" if you would like to have a raffle or drawing.
  • A person can also choose to not donate, and still receive a raffle or drawing ticket.

TAX ID

Check out the Tax ID policy in the Board of Trustees Board Policy 8.38

For more details, you can view the Cañada College Handbook and The California ASB manual