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    Default How much does your school P&C spend and raise each year per student?

    Our P&C is spending $55 per student in 2014 ($21 000 budget for 380 students), and spent $35 per student in 2013. Our fundraising profit in 2014 looks like being about $40 per student. These figures seem very low to me and are certainly nowhere near what we would need to do anything major eg air conditioning.

    If you know your P&C's annual budget and/or fundraising profit please reply with either total amount and number of students or the average $ per student.

    If our figures are fairly typical, then I'll just have to be happy with what we have achieved. If we're raising considerably less than other schools it might motivate us to find some better fundraising options!

    Ours is a state school in regional Queensland.

    Thank you!

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    Ok, my kids go yo a Brisbane catholic primary school in a mid socio economic area, mostly middle class families.
    On average our P and F make around $135.00 per child.
    We have a fete every second year and that year we raise about $100 000. ($50000 from the fete alone) We have about 10 events a year including mothers and fathers day stalls, a twilight market, school discos and various raffles and drives. At the beginning of the year the principal suggests some ideas and we just go from there.
    in a non fete year we raise about $ 50000.
    Hope this helps.


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