2007 Centennial Quality Awards - Council Commitment

We, the key leadership of our council, are committed to achieving the requirements for the 2007 Centennial Quality Award:

  1. More than 60 percent of our units earned the Centennial Quality Award for this year.

    ______ percent earned the award.
  2. Reach the goal of ___ new units organized in 2007.

    Number of units organized: ______
  3. Through our annual membership plan, we commit to ______ percent growth in traditional
    membership OR a ______ percent gain in traditional density, PLUS increasing or maintaining the number of Learning for Life participants.
  4. Increase the council’s retention of youth from ______ percent last year to ______ percent.
  5. Achieve a balanced operating fund. Income of $ ______ over expenses
  6. Through all of our district commissioner staff, we commit to retaining ______ percent of our units in the council.

    Last year’s unit retention: ______ percent Actual number of units to be retained: ______
  7. Recruit and train an additional ______ unit commissioners, increase unit visits per unit by
    commissioners to ______ per year, improve the unit-to-commissioner ratio, and involve
    ______ new adults as a part of the national parent initiative this year.

    ______ Number of new unit commissioners ______ Number of commissioner unit visits per unit per year

    ______ Number of new adults involved ______ Ratio of units to commissioners
  8. Through functioning Key 3’s, recruit and train an additional ______ district committee members and grow the average number of members per district over last year.

    ______ Number of new members ______ Average number of members
  9. Add ______ youth-serving executives or maintain an approved staff size.
  10. Have an active endowment committee. Secure ______ new endowment gifts for this year.

    ______ Active committee (Yes or No) Secured ______ (number of ) new gifts