H.4. Class and Area Workshops and Daylong Playdays[107]

(See H.4.A. for Online Workshops)

Budgeting for the Community Service Fund

The budget for every class or Area workshop, or daylong (more than four-hour) playday, must include a payment of 10% of the total income, before deducting any other expenses, to the Community Service Fund.[108] (Organizers can estimate the total number of people who will attend the event to figure out the 10% payment and add it to the event’s budget. This payment may be increased in the final accounting, if needed.)

Completing Workshop Finances

After paying all expenses, including the 10% fee to the Community Service Fund described above, and within 30 days of the workshop or playday, the organizer must

  1. process all workshop or playday payments;
  2. pay 25% of any extra income (net income) to the leader of the workshop or playday;
  3. pay 75% of any extra income (net income) to the Area Outreach and Community Service Funds, the same way as with a contribution from a class (see Guideline H.3. Regional and Area Classes, Support Groups, and Playdays, and Area Gather-ins, Division of Payment);
  4. send the completed Form 110 (used outside the United States) or Form 310 (used in the United States) and payment to RCCR; and
  5. send a copy of the completed form to the workshop or playday leader.

(See Appendix: Forms, [print version page 110], for an example of completed Form 110.)


This is a convenient collection point for the Community’s Outreach Funds. The procedures described lessen restimulations about accounting for the funds, help compensate the leaders for handling larger workshops or playdays, and increase our Outreach Funds.


[107] This Guideline has the force of a requirement for being part of the RC Community.

[108] This is a fee for the use of the terms “Re-evaluation Counseling” and ”RC,” which are trademarks owned by RCCR.

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