Annual Report/Activity Survey

Deadline is March 31, 2018

Note: Please answer each question unless directed otherwise. Fields in bold print are required to complete your submission. For each community service category a yes or no answer is required. If you have nothing to report for a particular field, please leave blank.

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CHAPTER FINANCIAL PROFILE FOR IRS REPORTING:
Annual Tax Period (calendar or other fiscal period):

Is Chapter annual gross income normally $50,000 or less:

OFFICIAL LOCATION OF CHAPTER RECORDS (normally the Chapter Secretary address):
Does your Chapter own its own building:

Does your Chapter have social (non-benefit or insured) members:

FRATERNAL BUSINESS & SOCIAL ACTIVITIES OR EVENTS:
Does your Chapter have regularly scheduled business meetings?:

Did your Chapter sponsor social events or Chapter fellowship gatherings for members & guests during 2017?:

Did any of your social activities involve fundraising for your Chapter operations or scholarship program?:

Did any of your social activities involve youth (e.g. Christmas Party, Picnics, etc. DO NOT REPORT JOIN HANDS DAY PROJECTS HERE)?:

COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES OR EVENTS:
(EVENT OR ACTIVITY MUST BE A CHAPTER SPONSORED EVENT INVOLVING TWO OR MORE MEMBERS - INCLUDES CHAPTER PARTICIPATION IN SOCIETY SPONSORED PROGRAMS LIKE THE NATIONAL MEMBER FOOD DRIVE, JOIN HANDS DAY AND OPERATION SANTA'S ELVES) Examples: Book collection for libraries, fundraising activities for other organizations, park clean-up activities, building a house with Habitat for Humanities, volunteering at a senior home, collecting school supplies for needy schools, food drives, etc. :
FOR THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW - IF THE ANSWER IS NO, PLEASE MARK NO AND MOVE TO THE NEXT QUESTION.:
1. Did your Chapter sponsor a Join Hands Day project in 2017 (If Not, select No and and skip to question # 2 in this section)?:

2. Did your Chapter support any local educational programs or projects in 2017 (e.g. adopt-a-school program, school supply drives, school mentoring programs, etc.) (If Not, select No and skip to question #3 in this section)?:

3. Did your Chapter support a patriotic-related project in 2017 (If not, select No and skip to question # 4 in this section)?:

4. Did your Chapter support a service project for the elderly in 2017 (If not, select No and skip to question #5 in this section)?:

5. Did your Chapter support an ethnic or cultural activity in 2017 (If not, select No and skip to question #6 in this section)?:

6. Did your Chapter participate in the Society's National Member Food Drive in 2017 (please report here even if you submitted a National Member Food Drive Report form) (If not, select No and skip to question # 7 in this section)?:

7. Did your Chapter participate in the Society's Operation Santa's Elves in 2017 (please report here even if you submitted a report of your activity on an Operation Santa's Elves reporting form) (If not, select No and skip to question #8 in this section)?:

8. Other than monetary donations, did your Chapter do any other community service, fundraising for other non-profit organizations or volunteer activities in 2017 not already reported in questions 2-7 above?:

 

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