Funding and finance

Group and district annual financial return webinar (Jan 2018)

If you've any questions regarding your financial return or you need additional support in your role as the Group or District Treasurer please email info@woodcraft.org.uk

Treasurer's Handbook

 The current Treasurer's Handbook can be downloaded below.

Budgeting tool

If you're a district treasurer/district co-ordinator, do you think about your core costs - rent and group registration, for example? Have you considered how many children you need to make the district sustainable? Do you know what the minimum number of children you need to cover the core costs is?

What costs do we need to cover?

As a group, you will need to cover the following:

Pea Fair

Pea Fair (from Highgate & Holloway district)

At the end of each term we hold a district event. In the summer it’s in a park and we invite parents and run games etc. At the end of the term before Christmas we hold a pea fair for the whole district including parents.

The week before the last session we get the young people to come up with ideas for stalls they could run at the pea fair.

These are not limited to

Woodcraft Calendar

Woodcraft Calendar (from Highgate & Hollway district)

What you need to do –

Opening a Co-op Bank Account

We advise all our groups to open Co-op bank accounts. To open an account you can either go to your local Co-operative bank or download a 'Community Directplus' bank application form from their website.

Woodcraft Folk Gift in Memory leaflet

Below is Woodcraft Folk's Gift in Memory leaflet, explaining how supporters of our aims and activities can leave a legacy to Woodcraft Folk to enable us to continue empowering the next generation of co-operators. If you'd like copies to distribute locally, please email info@woodcraft.org.uk with your address and let us know how many leaflets you'd like.
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