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Restoration House Of Houston


We are a new 501(c)3 organization looking to position ourselves to receive funding. One of the requirements is to have an audit performed by a CPA. The time-frame is simply however long an audit may take, whether it's a day or a week etc. We're 2 1/2 years old and have not had a "lot" of activity, financially speaking, therefore I believe this task should be relatively non-time consuming. (but then again, I'm not a CPA) :-)

We have an Accountant who is our Treasurer, that has been handling our books and is ready to provide whatever is needed for the audit.

Also, our Treasurer is resigning at the end of the year due to new business commitments that will absorb her free time. Therefore, if you have an interest in continuing to be of support, that is being offered as well and I'll provide more detailed information as to what the will entail upon expressed interest. If not, then your services in just conducting an audit for us would be most appreciated.

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About Restoration House Of Houston


18211 Wild Orchid Dr, Houston, TX 77084, US

Mission Statement

"Restoration House of Houston is dedicated to giving repetitively homeless families a "second chance," by restoring their physical, spiritual and emotional wellbeing, while enabling them to become productive members of the community through vocational and educational training programs."


Cameron Hunter is the Founder/President & CEO of Restoration House of Houston. (RHH) Mr. Hunter formerly served as the Director of Faith Mission Family Shelter, in Columbus, OH.
It was this same shelter where he and his family had been homeless due to an expensive relocation in the early 90's. During his time as Director, he began to see the need for RHH. Families recycled through the shelter because their issues which caused the homelessness had not been resolved, thus causing the same results - homeless again. Through the help of a dedicated Board of Trustees, RHH has developed an extensive program that targets some of the most difficult clients of the homeless - families that are repetitively homeless.
The RHH program is designed to address any and every need of each family member, through onsite programs as well as collaborations. It is the belief of this organization that a family doesn't have to live in the circle of recidivism but can be free to live a happy and fulfilling life while also being an asset to their community.

Homeless & Housing


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Financial Auditing
  • Budgeting
  • Reporting & Dashboards
  • Accounting
  • Bookkeeping
  • Financial Service Assistance




  • CPA

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