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There are a number of ways for a student organization to receive funding. Examples include: Collecting money from members (dues) Dues may be collected via cash or check only. Checks should... Read Full Post
Holding a raffle is a form of gambling and raffle sales will be taxed. Student organizations must complete and sign the gambling license application form and submit to the Student... Read Full Post
Student organizations are allowed to donate funds to charities or other causes. Fundraisers held for these causes should follow the event planning process outlined in Hosting An Event. When ready... Read Full Post
The IMU Business Office (132 IMU) accepts all student organization deposits. Currently, deposit forms are available at the IMU Business Office and Student Organization Business Office (159 IMU); they are... Read Full Post
*STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS FUNDRAISING AND TAX ISSUES* Soliciting Contributions (Fundraising) Registered student organizations at the University of Iowa are not able to offer tax-deductions to individuals and/or businesses when soliciting donations, contributions, and/or... Read Full Post