- From: "Dave" <dave.barwickns@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 15:57:54 -0000
"chris.5th" <chris.5th@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
true... but we will have to pay for hire of halls and all sorts and to
keep scouting inthe manner to which we have become accustommed (4
nights/week) will not be cheap. then throw in all sorts of other stuff
that is not insured but we will need: bibs, tennis balls, laminater,
printer, compasses etc. (how do you value them??!)
OK so you have hire of halls and to get you up and running you probably do
need a fund - I think what GAGS was questioning possibly was the size of it
especially if you had ADEQUATE insurance.
You then mention things that are not insured - why are they not insured.
Surely the things you mentioned will be covered in the general category?
How do you value them - well it depends on your policy. If I was valuing
them which I agree is difficult with small items, is you need to list stuff
as you buy them along with the cost. If your policy is then a new for old
you then need to revalue stuff on a regular basis. If you have things
donated you still need to value them too.
A job for your QM I guess.
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