OSCPA Members: Have you been meaning to save the world but don't know how to get started? An easy step is to get involved with either a not-for-profit in your community or a governmental entity in the state of Oregon. OSCPA keeps a running list of volunteer openings, submitted by both not-for-profits and governmental entities.
OHRA - Options for Helping Residents of Ashland
OHRA helps low income people build better lives. By offering access to social service resources, as well as hope, we encourage those in need on the path to self-sufficiency.
Core programs are: 1) the Ashland Community Resource Center, providing economically distressed people help in avoiding eviction, navigating social services, securing employment, and numerous other requests; 2) the Laundry and Shower Trailer and 3) managing both the Ashland Winter Shelter and periodic Emergency Warming Centers.
We need to add financial expertise to our board. While we have members with financial acumen, we lack a board member with a CPA. This board may be invited to serve as our Treasurer, and will be instrumental in assisting with financial due diligence in general and specifically related to shelter properties.
We are open to all who have an interest in our mission and supporting an organization positioned for growth. We are eager to enrich our board by recruiting more women and people of diverse backgrounds.
NICU Families Northwest
We provide practical, ongoing, social and emotional support to parents of children who receive care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) of Oregon and SW Washington.
We are seeking professional guidance to strengthen our financial operations and reporting. This could take the form of a position on the Board of Directors, a volunteer, or otherwise in-kind donation of services. Our budget is under $50k and we have been operating since March of 2015. We look forward to meeting you!
Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation (GBEF)
The GBEF is dedicated to supporting every student in the Gresham-Barlow School District. We partner with our community to provide funding to foster innovative and engaging learning experiences and provide opportunities to ensure that every student has what they need to experience a world-competitive education.
We are seeking a motivated individual to serve on our board who can provide financial oversight and experience. This individual will work with our board and executive director in overseeing the organizations finances, working with staff to create reports and budgets.
Our board meets monthly from September - June. We are seeking an individual who could also commit to a monthly meeting with the executive director to provide oversight on day to day operational finances.
If interested please contact:
PO Box 3406
Gresham, OR 97030
Friends of Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
Statement of Purpose
We inspire people to protect, conserve, and restore the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument and to increase their awareness of the Monument’s unique biological diversity, landscape, and cultural history.
We support the protection, restoration and conservation of Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument through service, advocacy and education.
We envision a healthy and vibrant Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument for present and future generations.
We are a working volunteer board who takes responsibility for advancing and overseeing the protection and conservation of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. Our current focus is on creating the financial tools and systems that will make Friends an effective and stable organization that supports our mission.
We are seeking a motivated individual in the Ashland / Medford area to serve as our board Treasurer. This individual will work with our board and executive director in overseeing the organization’s finances, create monthly and annual reports and budgets.
This is a volunteer position with a commitment of 6-10 hours a month.
More information is available on our website about the Friends. Please contact me or Shannon Browne (Executive Director, email@example.com) with any questions you have.
Slow Food Portland
Slow Food Portland supports Slow Food USA’s mission to create dramatic and lasting change in the food system, and promote a food system that is good, clean and fair for all. On a local and regional level we work to reconnect with people, traditions, plants, animals, fertile soils and waters that produce our food. We work to raise awareness and engagement in our community to help transform food policy, production practices, and market forces to ensure equity, sustainability, and pleasure in the food we eat.
Slow Food Portland is looking for a treasurer to take care of our finances. Work will involve maintenance of financial recording, tax filing and payouts.
The treasurer's responsibilities would be as follows:
- Using Xero to record transactions, perform bank reconciliation, and create a financial summary for board meetings.
- Attend or report latest financials to board meetings (about 6-8 per year)
- Manage mobile payments like PayPal or Square
- Manage banking relationship as the primary signer on checking account
- Maintain records of important financial documents (passwords, logins, etc)
- Complete payouts for our Airbnb experiences twice a month
- Time commitment: 5 hours per month
- File form 990-N and CT12
Linn-Benton Community College Accounting Technology program
To engage in an education that enables all of us to participate in, contribute to, and benefit from the cultural richness and economic vitality of our communities.
We seek a local (Corvallis / Albany / mid-valley) CPA or other financial professional to serve on our Accounting Tech program advisory board. LBCC offers a wide range of academic programs including many career technical areas, which by definition enable graduates to enter the workforce with a 2 year credential. We host Employer Advisory Groups for 30+ different programs, everything from nursing to Accounting Technology. These groups meet twice a year for an hour or so, and because of their first-hand knowledge, they directly influence the content we teach and how we teach it. We seek a local CPA to serve on this committee.