Browse Volunteer Opportunities

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.

Volunteer Board Opportunities

Kalabash

Mission:

To transform communities by inspiring and encouraging growth through education, sports, fitness, and wellness.

Description:

We are a nonprofit registered and headquartered here in Portland, OR. We provide education, soccer, and wellness services to impoverished communities in West Africa. We are looking to fill a board of directors role/position with a CPA professional. Our goal is to have a well balanced board made up of professionals from different disciplines.


If interested please contact:

Foday Kabba
430 SW 13th Ave. #708
Portland, OR 97205

Phone: 5035931092
Email: info@kalabashacademy.com
Web: www.kalabashacademy.com

Volunteer Board Opportunities

Beaverton Symphony Orchestra

Mission:

The Beaverton Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to provide an opportunity for local musicians who are passionate about classical music to come together and create a musical experience that can be shared with the community through quality live performances at an affordable price. The Symphony is committed to enriching the performing arts culture of the Beaverton area and making classical music accessible to the broadest possible audience.

Description:

We are looking for a Treasurer. We'd love to talk to you!


If interested please contact:

Kris Oliveira
1800 sw 132nd ave
Beaverton, OR 97005

Phone: 5032017249
Email: kriso0462@aol.com
Web: beavertonsymphony.org

Volunteer Board Opportunities

East Cascades Audubon Society

Mission:

Education about, conservation of, and scientific study of birds and their habitat, particularly in Oregon.

Description:

Our treasurer is retiring and we need someone to serve as treasurer and board member, or to assist with treasuer duties, including tax returns, insurance, state filings, managing online payments, etc.


If interested please contact:

Terrill Hyde
20811 Tamar Lane
Bend, OR 97702

Phone: 541-728-0577
Email: terri.hyde@yahoo.com
Web: ecaudubon.org

Volunteer Board Opportunities

Willamette Writers

Mission:

Willamette Writers is the largest writers organization in the Pacific Northwest. Writers of all genres and at all stages of their careers come to our meetings, annual conference, and workshops to connect with their community, develop their craft, and advance their career.

Description:

Willamette Writers is currently looking to fill our treasurer position. We have a bookkeeper managing our books on QuickBooks Online, but we need a treasurer to take over
the overall responsibility for all corporate funds and serve as the financial officer of Willamette Writers and as Chairperson of the Finance Committee.

Position description includes:
A. Keep full and accurate accounts of all financial records of Willamette Writers, with support from the Finance Committee and the bookkeeper;

B. Prepare and submit monthly financial reports detailing the financial condition of Willamette Writers to the Board of Directors;

C. Arrange for preparation and filing of state and national tax records in a timely manner;

D. Serve as liaison for financial institutions with which Willamette Writers does business;

E. Assist in the preparation of the annual budget, with the support of the finance committee.

Desired skills for potential treasurer include:
• Understanding financial accounting for nonprofit organizations;
• Familiarity with QuickBooks
• Ability to work remotely and in a professional environment.

Thank you in advance for considering volunteering with us.


If interested please contact:

Gail Pasternack
5331 SW Macadam Ave, Suite 258
PMB #215
Portland, OR 97239

Phone: (503) 213-3965
Email: prez@willamettewriters.org
Web: https://willamettewriters.org

Volunteer Board Opportunities

Confluence Environmental Center

Mission:

Confluence Environmental Center's mission is to bring together streams of thought, action and people to make the environmental movement more robust, inclusive and effective.

Description:

Currently, Confluence’s main focus is our AmeriCorps program, where we work to advance
environmental equity and justice by partnering with community-based organizations, public
schools, and government agencies who value social and environmental justice. Our partners--
and the roughly 24 AmeriCorps Members per year who are placed with them--create greater
access to healthy foods, green spaces, clean waterways, community gardens, outdoor
experiences, energy efficient homes and transportation.

We are looking for an individual to serve in our volunteer treasurer role. The position requires approximately 6-10 hours/month, as the situation requires.

This position will support our Executive Director and board on organizational finances.


If interested please contact:

Izzy Armenta
5441 SE Belmont St
Portland, OR 97215

Phone: 5037196779
Email: iarmenta00@gmail.com
Web: http://www.confluencecenter.org/