Yes to all the above.
** The Pack budget and checkbook should be open to all interested parents. Come to the Committee meetings and raise your hand.
** Likewise, the Pack Committee and leadership should be available to all, not only to those "registered" people. Then too, why not just fill out that piece of paper and be counted? "The work is done by whoever shows up." In our neck of the woods, anyone showing up for the Committee meeting is on the Committee !
** Any fundraiser should be for the UNIT, not the individual (another discussion, another thread). This does not mean the Scout can't receive an "award" for his efforts, hence the Airhogs, and Starwars and even pocket knives (has he earned his Whittlin' Chip?) given out . I suppose the parents could ENCOURAGE the Scouts to donate their award to the Pack, but I have not heard of REQUIRING such sales numbers be pooled for the purpose of garnering a Pack prize. I suspect the Council would frown on such things, but you never know.
** Such "pooling" might be a deterrent to some parents, if not the Scout. "Why should I do work if I don't get credit for it?" But that is part of the lesson to learn. Even the record popcorn seller in our Council ($26,000. gross !) didn't make any issue of the fact that his Pack used their portion for a new PWD track, entrance fees for some trips for ALL the Scouts and other "group" items. He was recognized for his record efforts with a certificate, applause and some toys.
I know a Troop that bought a new trailer. The Scouts that pooled their "campbucks" for it knew they couldn't take it with them when they graduated from the Troop, so they bought the trailer, signed their names on the INSIDE for bragging rights. Off to adulthood they went.....