Toastmasters International policy limits what a club is allowed to own as an asset.

Acceptable assets include:

  • Coffee makers
  • Lecterns
  • Banners
  • Stationery
  • Mailing supplies
  • Timing lights
  • Recognition awards (such as trophies)
  • Audiovisual equipment (such as a data projector and screen)
  • Sound systems
  • Similar equipment (such as flipcharts and easels)
  • Educational materials

It is not acceptable for a club to own or rent assets such as the following:

  • Motor vehicles
  • Office space
  • Real property
  • Furniture
  • Telephones and telephone systems
  • Other items not listed here; check with Toastmasters International when in doubt


According to Toastmasters International policy, each club must maintain a written list of its assets and a written process to ensure that the assets are accounted for and transferred smoothly to future club officers. The Sergeant at Arms may keep this list current as part of maintaining the club’s equipment and supplies. If keeping a written list poses difficulties, ask the club Secretary to help.

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