Volunteer Board Position - Treasurer of the Board (remote, but must be in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsy

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ORGANIZATION: Idealist.org

Recruiting Organization: Free Haven Community Initiative

Note: The Treasurer would need to be located near a PNC bank

Free Haven Community Initiative, Inc. (FHCI) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) located in Livingstone, Zambia that has four main areas of focus: Education, Health, Nutrition, and Empowerment.

In order for the Zambian NGO to be successful, a non-profit organization called Free Haven Community Initiative, Inc. was formed in the United States to assist its Zambian counterpart. By organizing fundraisers, processing donations, and handling marketing strategies, this partnership makes it possible for the Zambian-based NGO to carry out its day to day functions and focus on its primary goals.

The American non-profit is run by a board of directors. The people on this board volunteer their time to make the aforementioned tasks possible. In addition to the American team, the Zambian-based NGO has its own board of directors to manage the organization’s projects in Zambia.

To read more about us and our projects, visit fhcizambia.org

Responsibilities

  • The Treasurer of the Board will provide monthly financial reports of all income and U.S. expenditures.
  • The Treasurer will work with the Executive Director to prepare an annual budget for the board's approval.
  • The Treasurer will oversee the appointment of the auditor, and is responsible for confirming required tax filings being done properly, submitted on time, and approved by the board.
  • The Treasurer will present financial updates during each board meeting.
  • The Treasurer will review and update all financial policies for the organization, and will gain approval from the board
  • Attend regular board meetings and other meetings as required
  • Active participation in Board meetings and committee related work and provide thoughtful inputs as needed
  • Participate in fundraising for the organization, working towards personally set goals
  • Adhere to all board and organization agreements, rules, and bylaws
  • Spread knowledge of the organization to family, friends, and others

Position Requirements:

  • Excellent communication skills (the board operates in English)
  • Accounting experience
  • Conflict management skills
  • Business/non-profit management experience (>1 year)
  • Financial planning and budgeting experience
  • Some treasurer experience
  • Prior board experience (preferred)
  • Fundraising / fund development / sales experience (nice to have)
  • Can consistently dedicate at least 10 hours /month
  • The Treasurer would need to be located in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania or New Jersey

Benefits Of Volunteering With Us

  • We are a small, but mighty team all dedicated to the growth of the organization. There are many opportunities to take on projects that will allow you to grow your skills, experience, and personal goals while contributing to the organization’s goals.
  • Work closely with a passionate, motivated team who believes deeply in the cause.
  • Flexible time requirement and autonomy - do your tasks when you want, how you want, where you want

Good to Know

  • We usually meet every two months for board meetings (1.5-2 hour meetings are standard). We hope to move to every quarter for meetings.
  • We have board members in west to east coast North America, Europe, and Zambia - some flexibility in meeting times is appreciated to accommodate everyone. We almost always meet on Sundays, sometimes Saturdays.

Stipend ProvidedFalse

Training ProvidedFalse

Housing AvailableFalse

Language/Cultral Support AvailableFalse

Wheelchair Accessible

Fee RequiredFalse

Fee Amount: None

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CAUSE AREAS

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Hunger
Children & Youth, Education & Literacy, Hunger

WHEN

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WHERE

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(39.60011,-75.94133)
 

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