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ORGANIZATION: Seminole County TNVR

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If you like cats and want to make a difference in Seminole County, all it takes is a computer and 10-15 hours per month at your convenience working at home. While the Bookkeeper position does not require a lot of hours each week or month, it is vitally important to our growing organization! Requires a computer with Excel, access to email, and cell phone/text, and basic familiarity with financial statements. Duties include:

MONTHLY
* Prepare the P&L (Income and Expense) Report within 5 days of each month-end
* Prepare the Balance Sheet
* Maintain the monthly "Cat Stats" spreadsheet
* Reach out to volunteers to gather info for preparing the Volunteer Log of Hours & Miles

YEARLY
* Prepare and file Form 990-EZ with the Internal Revenue Service
* Prepare and file Annual Report with the Florida Division of Corporations
* Prepare and file Annual Report with the Florida Division of Agriculture & Consumer Services

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About Seminole County TNVR

Location:

P. O. Box P.O. Box 150656, Altamonte Springs, FL 32715, US

Mission Statement

Seminole County TNVR is a group of volunteers who Trap, Neuter/Spay, Vaccinate, and Return (TNVR) community cats throughout Seminole County. We rely on grant funding and donations to provide TNVR services free of charge for Seminole County residents, making it easy for residents and businesses to control the population of feral, semi-feral, and homeless community cats.

Description

Seminole County TNVR is 100% volunteer-run. Since our inception in 2022, we have TNVR'd over 2,200 cats throughout Seminole County, which Seminole County Animal Services recently recognized as a key factor in decreasing euthanization rates and new (feral) kitten births. Last year, our volunteers donated 4,895 hours and 10,380 miles. Our TNVR program removes the daunting logistical barriers that are most difficult for residents: trapping the cats, transporting them, and keeping them in a sheltered, staffed recovery site for 1-3 days before returning to their original location. Our program aims to keep this valuable service free of charge for Seminole County residents. We need more volunteers to keep up with the demand for services and to build our bench-strength of administrative volunteers.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Animals

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

P.O. Box 150656Altamonte Springs, FL 32715

(28.66849,-81.35776)
 

SKILLS

  • Budgeting
  • Accounting
  • Bookkeeping

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • 10-15 hours per month
  • computer with Excel, access to email and cell phone/text, basic familiarity with financial statements and annual reports

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