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Finnbars Force

Finnbars Force

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Finnbars Force was set up at the start of 2017 following the loss of Finnbar who lost his life to an aggressive brain tumour in 2016.
The vision of the charity is to have fewer children suffering and ...

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Finnbars Force Treasurer

Finnbars Force Treasurer

Organisation role · Flexible hours · Starting from 21 Sept 2022
NR9 3GL, Norwich, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
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Finnbars Force
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Summary

FINNBARS FORCE Charity seeking applications for a Treasurer

Detailed description

Finnbars Force was set up after the loss of Finnbar to an aggressive brain tumour, with the vision to reduce children suffering in the hands of a brain tumour and where all children with cancer in our area will receive all the support they need and when they need it. 


Finnbars Force is a small but enterprising Norfolk based charity and we are seeking to expand the team by inviting new applicants to become a voluntary treasurer to help us take the charity on to the next stage of its development. 

The treasurer usually takes the lead at board level on:

 Making sure the charity keeps proper accounts

 Reviewing the charity’s financial performance

 Drawing up or reviewing policies for finance and investment

Ensuring that the charity has robust and effective financial controls in place

 Develop reserves policy and safeguard the organisation’s finances

Liaising with finance staff and with the charity’s independent examiner or auditor

Reporting on financial matters to the members in a membership charity


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About Finnbars Force

Finnbars Force was set up at the start of 2017 following the loss of Finnbar who lost his life to an aggressive brain tumour in 2016.
The vision of the charity is to have fewer children suffering and die at the hands of a brain tumour by supporting and campaigning for increased research into childhood brain tumours and by raising awareness. As well as supporting children and families by advocating, providing easy access to the best support and information and by working with other services to improve overall care package