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CCA Board Member, Treasurer

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ORGANIZATION: Colorado Center for Aging



The Board Treasurer for the CCA keeps track of expenditures and incomes, balances the budget (Quickbooks), executes transactions (online bank portal) and helps to strategically plan for diversified streams of income including. This may included corporate-sponsorships, individual giving (events, campaigns), community opportunities/tools (King Soopers cards, Amazon Smiles, etc.), and grant research and procurement.


There has been, is, and always will be, a need for older Coloradans to have a voice across the communities of our state so that older adults are heard and represented, and so that the services and structures of society meet their needs. All of what the CCA does works towards those ends. The older adult population (65+) in the state of Colorado is currently 14% of the population (810,000; 2021), has doubled in the last 20 years, and is projected to be 20% of the population by 2050.

This position serves the specific need of TREASURER, so that our mission can be pursued with consistency and excellence.

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About Colorado Center for Aging


PO Box 102662, Denver, CO 80250, US

Mission Statement

"Raising the Voice of Older Coloradans!" VISION - A Colorado where all older adults have full inclusion, appreciation, and respect, giving their voice and being heard on the ranges of issues which will increase their own thriving, and well-being of all Coloradans. MISSION - To seek, create, and provide forums for voices of older Coloradoans to be heard in meaningful and impactful ways, so as to create and sustain the age-friendly community which they, and we all, seek.


The Colorado Center for Aging (CCA) is currently made up of and supported by:

  • 1200 Supporters (receiving our weekly eNewsletters)
  • 200 Members (engaged in topics and issues concerning older Coloradoans)
  • 50 Weekly Participants (of our Advocacy Committee Meetings and involved in Research Subcommittees)
  • A Board of Directors (of 8), and an Advisory Team (4) all with sound experience and knowledge in serving older Coloradoans
  • An Executive Director, and Communications Specialist
CCA consistently produces the following:
  • Thoughtful, researched policy positions on approximately 40 pieces of legislation per year (approximately 2000 pieces in its 40 year history), done by members serving on 18 different research topic-groups.
  • Trainings in advocacy and political process to approximately 50 citizens/year (approximately 1100 advocates trained in the 25 year history of that program).
  • At least one day of advocacy, visibility, and relationship-building with legislators at the State Capitol each year of around 200 older Coloradoans.
  • Regular Webinars on issues facing older Coloradoans, given by local and regional experts.
  • A weekly eNewsletter comprised of information and article references on issues which are of great interest to older Coloradoans.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Justice & Legal
Advocacy & Human Rights, Justice & Legal, Seniors


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Executive Admin
  • Budgeting
  • Bookkeeping
  • Business Development
  • Fundraising
  • Basic Computer Skills




  • A Board term is 2 years (24 months).

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