They are a charitable collaborative project to re-establish a Scottish flour and bread supply that is healthy, equitable, locally controlled and sustainable . They aim to build capacity and support for communities through promoting strong local economies and developing the infrastructure for more nutritious and digestible bread.Their work grows out of more than forty years of pioneering baking and campaigning by Andrew Whitley (author of Bread Matters) The society is overseen by a Board of Directors with wide experience. If you have a few hours each month to volunteer, if you are someone with a background in accounting or experience in financial oversight (in particular with Community Benefit Societies and/or charities) we would like to hear from you. The Treasurer will be responsible for timely payments of invoices via online banking, oversight of the accounts, preparing annual accounts, supporting annual return to OSCR, reporting to HMRC on payment of interests, dividends, reporting on financial matters to members. If you are interested in this role, please send a short statement explaining your relevant experience and reasons for wanting to join the Board along with your CV to [email protected]
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Experience of working as an accountant and/or treasurer of a charity
Restrictions on who can volunteer
No restrictions were specified.
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Board Meetings are mainly held in Edinburgh but sometimes at The Bowhouse, St Monans, Fife.
Director, Trustee, Board/Committee member or Governor?!
Organisations have different names for the volunteers who are responsible for the running of the organisation - some are called Board members, some are Committee members, some may use the word Director for example. Broadly speaking, they mean the same thing - the people at the top who are ultimately responsible! These are important roles (for which training and support is available) and without volunteers at board level voluntary sector organisations could not exist.
Help and Support
Call us to arrange an appointment
Give us a call on 0800 389 6046 to arrange an appointment to chat with our staff about what opportunities are available - at Board/Committee level as well as operational opportunities. Meetings can be arranged outside of the office in some cases.
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Are you looking for Board members?
Organisations looking for board members can complete this registration form (Word document), e-mail it to us and we'll put the opportunity on this page and our list of all volunteering opportunities in Fife. Please remember, as well as promoting your Board vacancy on our website to the public, our Volunteering Development team will be able to promote it to some of the 1,000+ people they speak to every year about volunteering. Don't delay, complete the form today!