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Booster Club Revenue Calculator

Based on the assumptions listed below, your club could generate the following results in one year using BoosterSpark tools & techniques*. You can quickly visualize many scenarios by changing anything in yellow shaded boxes:

Settings
Type of club impacts The default participation rate in your membership, sponsorship, and donation campaigns. "Team" = football, soccer, etc. "Department" = band, theater, etc.
My Booster Club Supports
This number impacts the number of memberships & donations you can sell.
Total Number of Families
This number impacts the number of sponsorships you can sell. It could be your school district, village, neighborhood, etc.
Population Served
Potential Annual Revenue From BoosterSpark Programs* $0
details:
Membership
This is the total number of memberships your club sells in one year. The default participation rate is based on the number of families impacted by your club and will vary based on the type of club and how you publicize your program. Team-based clubs may see a 60% participation rate, all-school clubs a 20% rate, and department-focused clubs a 33% rate.
Memberships Sold
0%
This is the average price of a membership at your club. Some may be higher, some lower.
Average Membership Price
$ +$0
This is the Cost Of Goods Sold for a membership. Example: if you sell one membership for $100, and your club spends $10 on a shirt to give to the member, then your COGS is $10. Aim to spend no more than 20%-30% of a membership's price on COGS.
Average Member Kit COGS (club's cost)
$ -$0
This is the how much money your club can collect from membership after COGS. It does not reflect variable costs such as your club's overhead, membership program publicity, and credit card processing fees.
Net Membership Revenue
$0
Sponsorship
This is the total number of memberships your club sells in one year. The default participation rate is based on the population impacted by your club and will vary based on the type of club and how you publicize your program. Team-based clubs may see a 2% participation rate, all-school clubs a 0.5% rate, and department-focused clubs a 1% rate.
Sponsorships Sold
0%
This is the average price of a sponsorship at your club. Some may be higher, some lower.
Average Sponsorship Price
$ +$0
This is the Cost Of Goods Sold for a sponsorship. Example: if you sell one sponsorship for $100, and your club spends $10 on a shirt to give to the sponsor, then your COGS is $10. Aim to spend no more than 20%-30% of a sponsorship's price on COGS.
Average Sponsor Kit COGS (club's cost)
$ -$0
If your club chooses to outsource your sponsorship marketing program, and is accepted into BoosterSpark's SponsorBoost program, BoosterSpark will deduct a 30% sales commission from all sponsorships sold.
SponsorBoost
-$0
This is the how much money your club can collect from sponsorship after COGS. It does not reflect variable costs such as your club's overhead, sponsorship program publicity, and credit card processing fees.
Net Sponsorship Revenue
$0
Donations
This is the percentage of families that makes a donation.
Response Rate Per Campaign
% 0
This is the average amount each donor contributes in one campaign.
Average Donation Amount Per Campaign
$ $0
This is the total number of times you ask your community for donations each year.
Donation Campaigns Per Year
This is the how much money your club can collect from donation campaigns.
Net Donation Revenue
$0

* ASSUMPTIONS & DISCLAIMER
This calculator gives you a rough idea of the potential your booster club has. Your actual results will be heavily influenced by how and where you publicize your fundraisers, how often you publicize, the amount of competition in your marketplace, the number of families in your market, the number of businesses (sponsors) in your market, the economy, and many more factors. This calculator also does not factor in any costs your club might incur to publicize your fundraising programs. The results generated by this calculator are certainly not guaranteed! But they do show you what is possible, so use them as goals to motivate you and your team to make this the most successful year ever.

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