The management of 4-H funds is an important task for 4-H Clubs, Groups, Councils, and other Authorized Units. This page provides several resources for you to maintain compliance with all 4-H policies and procedures related to financial management.
Auditing Your 4-H Accounts
Once the 4-H year has ended, each 4-H Club/Group, etc., must undergo an audit of their financial accounts to ensure all processes have been correctly followed. Below are two resources to assist you with this audit:
Auditing Your Club’s Financial Records
Sample Club Audit Report
The equipment your club/group, etc., owns is categorized as an asset. You must keep a listing of all the property your club owns on a Property Inventory Form. Any item worth more than $10 should be included on this form.
Property Inventory Form
After all audit reports and property inventory forms have been completed, all clubs/groups, etc., is required to complete an Annual Financial Summary. Below are three options for completion of this report:
Online: Washington State 4-H Annual Financial Summary
Fill-in PDF: Annual Financial Summary FI
Print and complete: Annual Financial Summary