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Stone Soup PDX
Stone Soup empowers people experiencing barriers to employment to achieve self-reliance through training for careers in the foodservice industry.
We are recruiting volunteers and potential board members with finance experience. Some non-profit leadership and/or strategic planning experience would be a plus. To this end, this Board Member would:
-Help oversee Stone Soup PDX's financial administration in conjunction with the Executive Director, the Treasurer, and Board.
- Review financial reports quarterly (or as needed).
- Work with the Executive Director, Treasurer, and Board members to create an overall budget and perhaps any specific budgets for individual programs. Presently our goal is for the prospective budget to be approved by the board by year-end for the following calendar year.
- Work with the current Treasurer to create, review, and help enforce financial policies and procedures.
- Advise the Board on financial strategy and help consider strategies for fundraising.
Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc.
Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. empowers citizen action to improve and maintain the livability of Southwest neighborhoods.
The Treasurer prepares the budget, reports the financials to the SWNI Board, reconciles statements and serves as Finance Committee Chairperson. All positions are open now for election on May 26, 2021. Terms are for one year, beginning June 1, 2021. As a member of the Executive Committee, the Treasurer is also responsible for recommending to the Board individuals to serve as chairpersons for SWNI’s standing committees.
Samara Learning Center
Samara Learning Center provides the best education, every day, to develop success in the whole child, and the family. We do this by using a variety of research-based methods to cater to individual needs academically, emotionally, socially, and physically.
Samara Learning Center is looking for board members that share our values and can bring their expertise in the areas of law, accounting, and/or grant writing to the board for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year and beyond.
Le'o 'o e Ofa
Our Vision: Le’o ‘o e ‘OFA envisions a world where the united LE’O (VOICES) of Pacific Islanders (Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia) are empowered
to influence change and generate opportunities providing educational support for youth, accessibility to community resources for elder elites and family networks.
New small non-profit trying to navigate the end of year financial reporting requirements. We would be very grateful of any support or direction.
Oregon Center for Public Policy
Our mission is to use research and analysis to advance policies and practices that improve the economic and social opportunities of all Oregonians.
OCPP is looking for someone who shares our values, and brings the expertise of nonprofit accounting to the board. We are screening potential candidates with the desire to have new board members join in 2022.
Metro (regional government)
There is a vacancy for a citizen member to serve of Metro's Audit Committee. The committee assists the Metro Council in reviewing accounting policies and reporting practices as they relate to Metro’s comprehensive annual financial report. The committee is the Metro Council’s agent in assuring the independence of the external auditors, the integrity of management, and the adequacy of disclosures to the public.