My mom has been fundraising for a non-profit by running a weekly-ish booth at her community’s wiffle ball games. It’s a private community in South Carolina and my mom is fundraising for a national non-profit. During most of last year, the community let her (and someone from another organization) set up a booth to sell hot dogs/snacks for donations with no fee. Only until they started making more money over time, the community told them they’d have to start giving 10% of their donation profits in order to continue to be able to fundraise.
Can the community start doing this? It feels icky to me that they suddenly demanded 10%. Any insight is greatly appreciated.
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