Voluntary Treasurer with ADHD Aware Brighton and Hove
The Trust for Developing Communities (TDC)
ADHD Aware is a member-led group that aims to support adults affected by ADHD. We run monthly drop-ins on focused topics, monthly sessions for partners of those diagnosed with ADHD and associated Neuro-diverse conditions, a group for parents with young children under the age of 16 years old with ADHD, a general drop-in group and a newly formed group for parents of young people aged 16-25 years. We also provide support and advice via email and via our website, e-newsletter, Facebook and Instagram. Last year we supported 44,000 people impacted by ADHD in adulthood and expanded our services to help a wider variety of people. We also swiftly digitalised all our services, although we hope to resume those when it is safe to do so.
We are looking for someone to help
- Managing our accounts and reporting to the Management Committee at each meeting
- Ensuring completion of annual audit in time for our AGM with the Resource Centre
- Presenting the accounts at the AGM
- Applying for grants and then tracking and submitting the monitoring and other reporting required by grant funders
- Working with community partners on jointly funded projects to ensure funding is spent as agreed between partner and grant organisation criteria
- Be a signatory (of 3) and oversee the organisational Bank Account making payments when necessary
- Recording all invoices and receipts of any transactions
- Managing and reimbursing all volunteer and committee expenses which are submitted online as well as invoices of professionals and sessional workers
- Maintaining records of all grant applications made.
As an ADHD Aware volunteer, you would be helping raise awareness for ADHD as part of our Team. We offer our volunteers support from nominated Committee members/mentor as well as covering expenses, some training opportunities, and experience in working alongside and with Adults on the ADHD spectrum and other neuro-diverse conditions. We are a great Team of people who enjoy going to the pub together and providing a safe and nurturing environment for all our members to thrive.
As an ADHD Aware volunteer, you would be helping raise awareness for ADHD as part of our Team. We offer our volunteers support from nominated Committee members/mentor as well as covering expenses, some training opportunities, and experience in working alongside and with Adults on the ADHD spectrum and other neuro-diverse conditions.
All our services are currently online and the Committee has started blended meetings on zoom and in person bi-monthly. As Treasurer, you would be expected to attend and update the Committee. We also use google docs and the Committee share most of its documents in this way.
When we resume normal activities, We hold sessions in the Centre of Town at the Brighthelm Centre in North Road or Community Base, so it is easy to get to by public transport. Access to premises are disabled friendly.
The Committee meeting generally on Friday evenings roughly once every couple of months early evening around 7pm to 9pm although that can change from time to time.
When do I need to be available?
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- Civic Responsibility and Communities
- Computers, IT and Websites
- Employment, Education and Training
- Health and Social Care
- Mental Health
- Advice and Information
- Film Making
- Fundraising and Finance
- Supporting Charities
- Trusteeship and Committee Work
- Disabled Access
- Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
Where agreed with the Committee and reasonable
- Health and Safety
- Insurance Cover for Volunteers
- Suitable for 13 - 16 years
- Suitable for 16 - 18 years
- Suitable for a group of volunteers
Suitable only for (e.g. 18+, LGBT, BAME, Women only)
Anyone over the age of 18+
Support on Offer
Some training is available using digital platforms and a Handover would be available from previous Treasurer. Mentoring is also available.
- This role is adaptable for different abilities
Ongoing training opportunities are flagged for our volunteers in the Community Sector