Our Booster Club board only has parents whose kiddos are at the highest levels. The vast majority of funds are distributed in ways that benefit these families only. (ex - checks for travel expenses for far away competitions that most don't go to) Every family is required to pay an annual membership fee and is expected to volunteer time and more money throughout the year and participate in multiple fundraisers. I was told we are "paying it forward" and we will benefit in the future when ours is at that level. As we all know, most never make it to the highest levels for various reasons. Is this common? I'm very annoyed by this, but I am worried my daughter will be penalized if I make too much of a stink about it. I think recently though there have been rumblings by other families - because an email came out asking for suggestions from the "lower level families" as to how we think the boosters could help us too. I am baffled how they could need to be told "give us our share of the money!" ; ) Any suggestions of how to handle this without getting blackballed?