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Online Reporting

 Click the online reporting image in the menu or click here to enter the Lodge Committee Reporting system.

Your Lodge's user id and password is necessary for access. Contact your lodge secretary if you do not have these. If you are unable to get this information please send an email to Steve@floridaelks.org.

If you are having trouble entering your reports, please send an email to Steve@floridaelks.org. Please be sure to include your name, lodge, contact information and a description of your request or problem. This email address is monitored during business hours Monday- Friday.

If you need more immediate help during Monday-Friday business hours, please call the hotline at (813) 508-2315.


CLMS Helpers

William Spivey Plant City  - (813) 763-5402 whselks1727@yahoo.com

Peter Vaphiades Punta Gorda - (941) 623-9686 petevaff@comcast.net

George April St. Augustine - (904) 826-6098 geoapril@yahoo.com

Rosemary Cooper Titusville - (321) 446-3384 rcooper002@cfl.rr.com

 

Important Information About Florida Elks Online Reporting

Please Read Before Entering the Site

  1. These (State) online reports are sent ONLY to the Florida State Elks Association (FSEA) in Umatilla.

  2. This (State) reporting does NOT replace the Event/Activity reports that must be turned-in to your Lodge Secretary for recording in the Lodge’s Charity Workbook.

  3. The Lodge Secretary must enter the records from the Lodge’s Charity Workbook into the National online reporting system through their Chicago Lodge Management System/Software (CLMS).

  4. The (State) does not have access to CLMS nor do we use CLMS. At this time there is no way for the State system to talk to the National system which means Lodges must continue to report using both systems.

  5. The information reported is the same for both the State & National systems.

  6. The FSEA has compiled a Manual for Charitable Reporting which provides how-to information on reporting. You are advised to read it and make copies available to your members as it contains valuable insight on the reporting process and what should be reported. There are also forms to use to help keep track of what should be reported. Below are the links to the manual and the reporting forms.

  7. There is a common misconception that miles and hours must be converted to dollars and those dollars entered on the form as (non-cash) contributions. This is incorrect and should not be done. The charitable value of miles and hours changes frequently so when reports are compiled that require that conversion it is done manually by the Grand Lodge Government Relations Committee. Members and Lodges should report miles and hours ONLY and should not report them as non-cash dollars.


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