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St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is in need of a recent college graduate or CPA candidate to conduct a financial and internal control review in accordance with The Episcopal Church procedures. This is a great opportunity to build your resume. We are a small church located in Glenwood, Maryland and have operated within The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland since 1976.
The anticipated work load is expected to be less than one week. The volunteer would work under the supervision of a CPA that performed and conducted the work last.
The mission of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is to carry forward God’s reconciling work through Jesus Christ in building up our Community of Love by strengthening one another through word and sacrament for Christ’s mission of striving for justice and peace within the Church in Maryland, our country, and our world.
Please help us optimize our limited resources towards our mission and ministry by volunteering your time. If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to reach out to me. Please contact Ms. Nancy Smith email@example.com.
A brief description of the organization’s mission:
Unified Efforts is a non-profit founded in 2014 by Executive Director Debbie Ramsey to reduce out-of-school learning loss and provide academic enrichment, leadership development, and college/career readiness in the Penn North neighborhood of West Baltimore. To date, we have served over 120 school age students. Even as the coronavirus pandemic rages through our communities, learning loss remains a critical issue in our neighborhood and we are hopeful that at some point soon we can safely resume our face-to-face (or mask-to-mask!) activities.
Our mission is simple: reduce summer learning loss. Provide specialty, multipurpose and academic programs for students year round to minimize academic loss when school aged children are out of school for extended times. Our programs and activities include financial literacy, free dental screenings, aviation-aerospace, cooking with whole foods, athletic activities, the arts, writing, swim lessons, by certified swimming instructors, and bullying prevention activities. We are now embarking on an exciting new phase: building and construction! Our architect is finalizing design and detailed plans needed for capital funding requests and construction bids. We anticipate being in position to begin construction early next year. More at unifiedefforts.org.
What this volunteer role entails:
The treasurer is one of four officers of the board of directors, along with President, VP, and Secretary. They must be a person of great trust and integrity. Many of our donors and grant-makers scrutinize carefully our budget and financial reports before giving. The treasurer must always be thinking about how our finances connect with our overall mission.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Building STEPS (Science Technology And Education Partnerships Inc.) mission is to equip our city’s brightest students with the tools to propel them to college and career success. As a small organization that makes a profound difference in the lives of a Baltimore City youth, Building STEPS highly successful model relies on strong partnerships and expert volunteers. This crucial collaboration and commitment enables hundreds of students each year to benefit from programming and ultimately achieve college and career success.
Tutoring has been an integral part of our programming over the years. With students engaged in full-time remote learning, we anticipate a greater need for academic tutoring support. Time commitment will vary but will remain flexible and convenient for all involved.
Our students take a variety of classes- Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II and some pre-Calculus. But what we have found recently that many students are not solid on basic math concepts, despite the level of math they are taking in school. So tutoring is two-fold, supporting them in their current subject class, but also reinforcing basic math skills so they are more confident moving into SATs (if they even happen this year) and into college level math. All tutoring is available virtually.
For more information on Building STEPS: www.buildingsteps.org.
If you are interested in math based tutoring and homework support, please contact Jennifer Descoteau at email@example.com.
We are FOCUS Services, Inc. We are located in PG County, Maryland and our mission is to offer resourced opportunities and safer spaces to LGBTQ+ youth experiencing homelessness through housing, educational, and employment-readiness programs. We are seeking a CPA to provide our board with guidance on filing taxes, remaining in compliance with IRS tax-exempt purposes, financial advice, etc. We are currently a small board with limited experience starting and maintaining a nonprofit organization. Our primary focus will be housing, so it will be essential that we locate resources that will maximize our dollar so that we can provide the best services to our youth. If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to reach out to me. Founder Shaqueal Stevens, firstname.lastname@example.org
Asylee Women Enterprise (AWE) is a non-profit organization that serves asylum seekers and other forced migrants. AWE is the only one-stop shop for asylum seekers in the region offering housing, English as a Second Language, job readiness, cultural orientation, parenting classes, case management and material support (food pantry, clothing closet, diapers, etc.). Through partnerships with Intercultural Counseling Connection and Healthcare for the Homeless AWE participants receive healthcare and behavioral healthcare on-site, free of charge. AWE is looking for a CPA to join the board and act as treasurer. Must have a passion for building community and serving asylum seekers and forced migrants. If interested, please contact email@example.com
A small non-profit dedicated to improving the educational opportunities for girls and young women in rural Cameroon seeks volunteer CPA to conduct a financial review.
Organization History: Born and raised in Bankondji village, Jacqueline Audige experienced at first hand the difficulties girls face in getting an education in Cameroon. After being separated from her family at the age of 8 to attend a boarding school in a distant city, Jacqueline was forced to drop out of high school because her family could no longer afford to pay for her education. She emigrated to the U.S. in 1991 where she completed her education, obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and a master’s degree in Education, specializing in International Education Leadership and Policy. Jacqueline founded AUMAZO in 2005 to rectify the huge imbalance in educational opportunity for girls and to address their high drop out rate, the lack of access to secondary education, and the scarcity of relevant educational resources for girls in rural communities in Cameroon.AUMAZO addresses each of these challenges using a multi-layered and interrelated approach.
CoReTeck Kamarie – The foundational, long-term program objective of AUMAZO is to establish a self-sustaining, environmentally friendly community-based boarding high school, CoReTeck Kamarie, in Bankondji village. Within three years of completion, the school will enroll 150 girls from the rural communities, with the first class of 50 students expected to arriving in the fall of 2021. Construction is well underway and includes poured foundations for the entire school, a library/study building, an improved kilometer-long access from the village, and installed water pipes, all on a 12 acres site. The next phase will partition the current building into two classrooms, an office and a computer room, will build a workshop, and will build facilities for the students. CoReTeck Kamarie is supported by a social enterprise, ZOMABuild, which is building the facilities. The profits from ZOMABuild’s construction operations will be donated to AUMZO to pay operating costs of the school.
High School Preparation – Acceptance into high school in Cameroon is dependent on passing a mandatory entrance examination. For many reasons, girls in rural areas are unable to perform at grade level, and less than 25% of these girls who take the exam can pass it. AUMAZO developed an after-school tutoring program for seventh and eighth grade girls designed to boost collaborative group learning, building confidence and establish mutual respect between students and teachers. After one year of the program, the pass rate for the entrance exam increased to 45% and after two years it increased to 80%. Currently, the pass rate is 86%, the highest pass rate recorded for girls in the Regional Exam Center for Bafang, in the Western Region of Cameroon.
Scholarships – High school in Cameroon is not free. Once the girls pass the exam for entrance, their families face the financial challenge of paying the tuition costs. Many of these families, especially in the remote villages, cannot afford it. In 2017, AUMAZO began a scholarship program to pay tuition fees to attend the high school of their choice for girls who completed the tutoring program and succeeded in passing the entrance exam. A total of 29 girls will be attending high school for the 2019/2020 academic year and AUMAZO is committed to their continued academic and financial support through graduation. When CoReTeck Kamarie is open, the scholarship program will convert to a tuition abatement program going forward.
Contact: Jacqueline Audige, Founder, firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Achievement (JA) programs—in the core content areas of financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship—ignite the spark in young people to experience and realize the opportunities and realities of work and life in the 21st century. Individuals and organizations that engage and give back to the community have increased corporate morale, job satisfaction and retention.JA is seeking volunteers in JA BizTown.
JA BizTown helps students develop a stronger link between what they learn in school and the realities of how our economy works. After weeks of learning an in-classroom curriculum, students are selected for a job and spend a day in JA BizTown taking on the role of a real-world professional. When students take on a different role in this “micro-economy,” they witness how their decisions affect each other and gain a better understanding of the demands of today’s workplace. The fun, immersive atmosphere inspires teamwork, critical thinking, and decision-making skills for each student. Biztown would not be possible without our unparalleled network of volunteers, who assist students in operating the town. To see this bustling town in action, visit https://vimeo.com/117833636.
Stillborn And Infant Loss Support (SAILS) Inc., non-profit is in the process of forming our first Board of Directors to lead our efforts. We are in need of resourceful, energetic individuals who are excited about our mission to provide survivors of stillbirth and infant loss with support, while raising awareness.
1 in 4 women will experience a pregnancy or infant loss. Unless we talk about stillbirth, we will never break the taboo or help families who have experienced it know that they are not alone. The founder of the organization is a survivor herself. SAILS was founded in honor of her daughter, Ivyanna Salene, born sleeping on November 13, 2003. We have secured non-profit status, incorporated in the state of Maryland and are working towards obtaining federal tax exemption, 501c3 status.
The CPA/ Board Treasurer will provide guidance to the board in understanding financial issues and fulfilling its fiduciary responsibilities, provide guidance in the management of the organization’s finances, administrate the fiscal matters of the organization, provide an annual budget to the board for members’ approval, and ensure development and board review of financial policies and procedures. We need the expertise of a board member who can help us establish strong financial practices with a focus on exceptional transparency and help us develop procedures that will foster confidence in our donors and enable us to pursue grants.
Interested persons should send a resume or bio, and a short cover letter outlining why you would like to serve on the SAILS, Inc. Board, what special skills, talents, or resources you bring to the Board and what you hope to accomplish as a Board member to: Sadija A. Smiley, Founder at: email@example.com, with VOLUNTEER, BOARD TREASURER as the subject.
As an equal opportunity employer, SAILS believes that equal opportunity for all employees is important for the continuing success of our organization. In accordance with state and federal law, SAILS’ employment decisions and practices will not be influenced or affected by race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sex, marital status, veteran status, disability, age or any other characteristic protected by law.
FEE FREE Financial Support Services
Volunteer Financial Navigators for Older Adults in Baltimore City
Provide direct, one-on-on efinancial assistance/serv ices to older adults (60+) with monetary concerns. Services include budgeting, bill paying, organizing bills and financial documents, debt resolution and advocacy. Work with a dedicated and caring team of professionals.
Ideal position for retiree with financial background such as banking , accounting, or
business who is looking to volunteer and make a significant impact on an older adult’s
quality of life.
The Mission of the BCHD Division of Aging & CARE Services is to serve older people in the community who need help in managing life’s daily activities or accessing essential services and to provide them the support and companionship they require to live with security and dignity in the manner they choose.
This program is in partnership with Search & Care’s Money Matters program and NCOA Economic Security Initiative
The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (MNCPPC) is seeking a dedicated volunteer to work as a member of our Audit Committee.
Length of Commitment: Minimum of two (2) years.
Position Description/Responsibilities: As a member of the Audit Committee, provide independent review and oversight of the MNCPPC’s financial reporting processes, internal controls, and auditing functions. Audit Committee members will participate in at least four (4) meetings per year, which are
generally held quarterly, or, more often as needed.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
ExtraOrdinary Birthdays (EOB) is a College Park, MD based organization that provides personalized birthday parties for children living in homeless shelters. EOB services 11 shelters in the DC/MD/VA area and in 2018, celebrated over 200 children. Our vision is a community that recognizes the transformative power of birthday celebrations for homeless children, one that empowers caregivers, and inspires moments of joy and happiness in the lives of homeless families.
EOB is seeking a volunteer treasurer and member of its Board of Directors and Chair of the Finance Committee. The treasurer assists with filing appropriate forms to the IRS and state departments and is responsible to the Board Chair and the Board of Directors. Under the direction of the Board Chair, the treasurer is responsible for performing a variety of bookkeeping and accounting duties, including financial record keeping and transactions including accounts payable, receivable and general ledger. The treasurer maintains donor and vendor accounts and billing information; performs billing of operational expenses, and maintains billing for fundraising and grant awards.
Candidates must have experience with Quickbooks for nonprofits, and knowledge of non-profit accounting and filing regulations. A CPA is preferred, including experience with grant-funded programming. Candidates should have:
To express interest, send resume and letter of interest to Schinnell Leake, Executive Director, ExtraOrdinary Birthdays at email@example.com.
Greenspring Montessori School is seeking a Treasurer for its Board of Directors. Knowledge of GAAP and/or an understanding of not-for- profit accounting and financial statements are preferred.
About Greenspring Montessori School: Greenspring Montessori School is a nonprofit, independent school that ignites passion, curiosity and purpose in children 18 months to 15 years. For over 50 years, Greenspring Montessori School has built a tradition of serving children implementing the educational philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori, an Italian physician and pioneer in child development who observed that children have an innate aptitude and desire for acquiring knowledge about their world. Montessori’s approach of “following the child” is at the root of our philosophy at Greenspring Montessori School.
For more information about Greenspring Montessori School, please visit greenspringmontessori.org
If interested in the position, please contact Board Chair Fred B. Brown at 410-837-4537
Are you a skilled CPA interested in making a major difference?
Join us and be a part of our growth!
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Roots for Life is seeking a skilled volunteer with nonprofit financial and accounting experience. The ideal candidate believes in Roots for Life’s mission, is a dedicated team player, and welcomes the challenge to help shape a thriving organization from the ground up.
We are seeking a volunteer to:
About the Organization
Roots for Life is a grassroots social movement dedicating its resources to educate and empower communities to thrive. Our approach is multi-faceted—(1) to connect individuals, currently living in food insecure areas, to locally grown fruits and vegetables, (2) to educate communities on the nutritional value of fresh foods, and (3) to empower individuals to take steps toward healthy living.
Qualifications & Time Commitment
Are you still interested? If so, please submit your resume and cover letter to Tamara Bibby at email@example.com.
The Asylum Seeker Assistance Project (ASAP), a DC-based a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is looking to recruit a local CPA to serve on its Board of Directors. The person would serve as a member of the Board of Directors, support ASAP’s mission, and oversee financial management and reporting. The Board, which currently consists of six members, meets quarterly in the D.C. Metro region. ASAP bylaws require 100% board giving. ASAP’s inaugural budget for 2017 was $14K. ASAP’s forecasted budget for 2018 is $45K+.
Founded in July 2016, ASAP is the first and only nonprofit dedicated to serving the estimated 25,000 asylum seekers in the DC Metro region. An asylum seeker is a person who applies for refugee status after they enter the U.S. Our mission is to support the safety, stability, and economic security of asylum seekers and their families. More information is available at www.asylumprojectdc.org.
Interested persons should email Joan Hodges-Wu, ASAP’s Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send upload a resume and your letter of interest. Men and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Civic Circle is seeking a Treasurer for our Board of Directors.
About The Civic Circle: The Civic Circle is a nonprofit in formation that will teach civic values to elementary schoolers, using music and drama in assemblies and after-school programs. Performance arts activities will meet children at their level and celebrate civil discourse, media literacy, voting, community service and public leadership. The ideal candidate will believe in democracy and civic life, and enjoy the opportunity to help shape the direction of a new organization from its inception. For more information, please visit www.theciviccircle.org, or contact founder Eliza Newlin Carney, at email@example.com, or (301) 588-5019.
DC SAFE Board Opportunity
DC SAFE is seeking a Treasurer for the Board of Directors.
If interested, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About DC SAFE: DC SAFE is the District of Columbia’s primary crisis response agency for victims of domestic violence. DC SAFE Advocates offer support for over 9,000 survivors and families each year through a 24/7 bilingual crisis response team, supportive advocacy through legal processes for Civil Protection Orders, and emergency housing. Please visit www.dcsafe.org for more information.
Prologue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization that has been offering residential and support services to disabled adults since 1982. It also receives substantial governmental grants to provide homeless services in Baltimore County. Prologue’s annual budget is $6 million; Prologue and its affiliated entities possess $20 million in assets. Our CFO is a CPA who prepares the annual budget, monthly financial statements and prepares the entities for eternal audits. The interested board member will review monthly financials and offer oversight. The Board, composed of attorneys, mental health professionals and others in the health industry, meets monthly (with a month off in the summer and usually once in the winter) in Pikesville. If this sounds interesting and you want to find out more, take a look at our website PrologueInc.org and contact Molly Coffay at email@example.com or call 410.653.6190 x1314.
The Council of Elders of the Black Community of Howard County, MD – a 501(c)(3) non profit organization – is seeking an accountant.
For more information, please contact Wardell Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pets on Wheels, a 35 year old nonprofit that provides friendly therapy pet visits throughout Maryland, is looking for a Treasurer. The Treasurer serves as a volunteer member of the board of directors and is responsible for helping to maintain the fiscal health of the organization. The board meets quarterly in the White Marsh, MD area and the primary duties include:
Special Olympics Maryland is looking for volunteers with a financial background to serve on the Finance and Audit Committee of the Board of Directors.
SOMD’s mission is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for persons eight years of age and older with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.
The Finance and Audit Committee is responsible for the financial management of SOMD’s approximately $7 million annual budget. Working with the CFO and CEO, the Committee is responsible for reviewing and approving annual operating budgets, an annual financial audit, evaluation of investment performance and compliance with SOMD’s Conflict of Interest policy.
The Committee meets four times per year in SOMD’s Baltimore office. Candidates should have at least three years Financial Management or Auditing experience. A CPA is preferred as is some non-profit financial experience. Successful experience on the Finance and Audit Committee may lead to an invitation to join the Board of Directors.
Please submit your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com.
The Anambra State Association Women in USA, Inc is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization in need of a CPA to act as pro bono Chief Financial Officer. The CFO will assist the association in working on a 5- or 20-year business plan for a proposed building of a Cancer Treatment & Research Center in Anambra State, Nigeria, as requested by the investors.
The Anne Arundel County Food Bank Inc. was incorporated in 1989 as a charitable and educational entity for the purpose of fighting hunger and assuring access to food for those in need in Anne Arundel County. It has a federal income tax exemption pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Corporation’s By Laws establish a Board of Directors as its governing body whose members shall be representative of the community at large with expertise in government, finance, health, care, education, banking, law, business, social service and community affairs. Anne Arundel County Food Bank serves residents of the county … specifically the 33,350 that fall below the federal poverty line, by distributing surplus food through 79 community pantries. As of June 30, 2016, its Audited Financial Report shows Total Assets of $1,609,842 and Total Liabilities and Net Assets of $1,609,842. The Corporation’s annual audit was prepared by Toal, Griffith & Ragula, LLC.
The Board of Directors is soliciting interest to the region’s CPA community for a volunteer to serve in a Board position for a period of three years. While working with the full Board and staff, the position would guide financial oversight to food bank operations and fundraising efforts. In accordance with its By Laws, the Board of Directors meets quarterly inclusive of one Annual Meeting.The Board position could begin service in August 2017.
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS), the largest pro bono provider of civil legal services in Maryland, is looking for volunteer CPAs to join the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) pro bono panel. MVLS is looking for accountants to prepare tax returns, as well as represent clients in front of the IRS on a pro bono basis. MVLS offers an extensive training and mentoring program that can assist volunteers. Volunteers have the opportunity to learn a new skill and enhance their own professional practice while helping low-income Marylanders have access to life-changing pro bono services. Interested parties should contact LITC Program Attorney Janice Shih at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 443-451-4061.
A very small not-for-profit with some very small sales of products is looking for some Maryland sales tax advice. For details, contact (516)-367-1010 or email@example.com.
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Representative Payee provides financial supervision for individuals who are unable to manage their Social Security or other government benefits due to physical or mental disability. Volunteers play a crucial role in ensuring that program clients are able to live independently, pay bills on time, and be financially stable. Representative Payee recruits, trains and supervises volunteers who are appointed by a federal benefit agency to receive and manage the funds on behalf of the client. Once matched with a client, a volunteer typically spends about six hours per month helping with routine budgeting and bill paying. For details, contact (301) 424-0656, ext. 541, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further details about this position, contact (301) 424-0656, ext. 541 or click the email button.
The Brigance Brigade Foundation is seeking a volunteer treasurer to act as financial officer and advisor to the its Board of Directors. The treasurer assists with filing appropriate forms to the IRS and state departments and is responsible to the Board Chair and the Board of Directors. Under the direction of the Board Chair, the treasurer is responsible for performing a variety of bookkeeping and accounting duties, including financial record keeping and transactions including accounts payable, receivable and general ledger. The treasurer maintains donor and vendor accounts and billing information; performs billing of operational expenses, expenses of the patient grant program, and fees; and maintains occasional billing for urgent fundraising and / or patient grant awards. Candidates must have advanced experience with Quickbooks, knowledge of and adherence to GAAP principles and non-profit filing regulations, and knowledge of non-profit accounting and filing regulations. The treasurer will receive at least weekly electronic packages of invoices and bills to be entered into the system from staff and may be asked to respond to urgent financial requests within one business day. Reports and reconciliation of the general ledger are expected quarterly / monthly unless otherwise directed by the Board Chair or Board of Directors. A CPA is preferred. Candidates should have:
For further details about this position, contact (410) 878-2030 or click email button.
A new Girls on the Run (GOTR) council for Prince George’s, Charles, and St. Mary’s counties is looking for a CPA with non-profit experience to review the budget and council finances. The GOTR program is a 10- to 12-week after-school program that meets twice a week for about one and a half hours. We passionately believe in the GOTR’s mission to “inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.”
For details, contact (585) 355-6891 or click email button.
Artivate in Silver Spring, MD., seeks volunteers for the Board of Directors to serve in the roles of treasurer and members of the Finance Committee. Board members serve a three-year term that can be renewed once and complete an annual Board Member Agreement that outlines the roles and responsibilities. The treasurer serves for two years within the board member term, which can then lead to other roles on the Board of Directors. CPAs are preferred, including experience with restricted assets and grant-funded programming.
For details, contact James Modrick at (310) 588-4474 or click email button.
I am starting a non-profit organization and I am seeking help with some of the initial paperwork. If you feel you are able to lend some time, I would greatly appreciate it.
For details, contact Nathan Feder at (443) 629-5250 or click email button.