The way we run our booster club is as follows: At the beginning of competition season all parents are required to pay annual dues, this can range from $25-$45. Our fundraiser coordinator and other officers then comes up with four fundraisers for the year. We usually have 2-3 that are not required and 2 that the girls 100 percent to their fundraiser credits account (so on average 6-8 fundraisers). If the parents choose not to participate in the required ones then they pay a $15 opt-out fee per fundraiser or $60 for the season.
The Coca-Cola Company here works with us. We usually do 2 coke sales a year. Most people do this one because so many people drink cokes, water or gatorade. The girls get a percentage per case sold. This one does really well. We do Jambalaya and sausage poboy pre-sale tickets for meets. People are around during lunch so these do well also. Then of course we do the World's finest Chocolate. The 2 that the girls get 100% profit are the program ads for the meets we host each year. Quite a few parents went all season without using any out of pocket money because they had done so well with the fundraising they were able to use credits. The only issue that arises with this is the fact that the booster club is a non-profit organization, so any money that people earn can only be used for meets, comp leos, camps, etc. If they quit, I can not write them a check for the balance left. So, they either transfer it to another gymnast or it goes to the general booster club fund.
This has worked really well for us. We have been able to buy new equipment for the gym (new pro-pit), work out items for the girls (weights, etc.), spirit activites for the gymnasts, fully paid state meet entries by the booster club, end of year party with trophies and catered food, and Christmas/End of season bonuses for the girls coaches.