The Annual Achievement Report, due April 1, gives Builders Clubs a way to earn a Distinguished Club or Honor Club award for doing — and providing evidence of — recommended service and leadership activities for officers, members and clubs. 

Examples of these activities include: 

  • The club president leads meetings. 
  • The treasurer keeps track of the budget. 
  • Members complete activities from the Builders Club Member and Officer Toolkit, and the advisor completes the “Quick Start Guide” (pages 4-5 of the Advisor Toolkit). 
  • Members conduct research about community needs. 
  • Members participate in fundraising. 
  • Advisor holds training for officers and committee chairs. 

To get started: 

  1. Review the Annual Achievement Report with officers and club members. 
  2. Make sure you have photo release forms completed for all club members. 
  3. Identify the activities your club has already completed this year.  
  4. Determine what other activities need to be completed before the end of March. 
  5. Consider asking a few members or the club secretary to be responsible for keeping track of progress toward completion of the Annual Achievement Report and gathering evidence of completed activities. 

The reports must be submitted online by April 1