Our booster club has had non-profit status for a few years. As the original members of the club are now gone, we (new board members) are realizing our by-laws do not follow the rules for our status. We have been following the IRS rules to the best of our knowledge this season but are now hoping to get our by-laws in order. Our relationship with our gym is this: the gym is responsible for training our girls. That's what our monthly tuition pays for and the booster club is responsible for all expenses related to competing. Coaches fees/traveling expenses/background checks/banquets/parties/fundraising, etc. We are responsible for EVERYTHING for that. We also take in the money from parents for meet registrations. I know we can't say people MUST join the booster club but can the actual GYM say if that want to compete, they must? Is that legal that way? Right now anyone could train at the gym and pay the monthly tuition (in theory) but in order to compete, they have to go through the booster club. How does this work? Anyone in this exact situation?