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We are NCT – the national charity for pregnancy, birth and early parenthood. Our vision is of a world in which no parent is isolated and all parents are supported to build a stronger society ...

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Treasurer

Organisation role · Flexible hours
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Summary

We are looking for a volunteer to help provide financial information necessary for the local team to manage the branch’s finances.

Detailed description

Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity where you can meet new people but also have the flexibility to decide when and where you volunteer?

We are looking for a volunteer to help provides financial information necessary for the local team to manage the branch’s finances, keep the accounts up to date and prepare annual accounts using NCT's online accounting system 

This is an exciting role where you can help make a real difference to parents in your community. You will need to be good at working in a team, organised and have great attention to detail.

We welcome volunteers from a wide range of backgrounds and you do not need to be a parent yourself. All our roles are family friendly.

You will be supported by our central Volunteering Team and our amazing NCT family of volunteers across the UK and Channel Islands who will help support you every step of the way.

What’s involved?

• Keeping accurate financial records

• Ensure the NCT financial system is up to date

• Input financial data into the system

• Provide accurate financial records to report to the branch

• Process all income and outgoings.

What makes a good treasurer?

• Good organisational skills

• Attention to detail

• Confidence with numbers

• An open and approachable manner.

Time commitment:

This is a great role to do remotely and you can spend as little as

an hour per week, sometimes more during busier times.

What can you expect from NCT?

• You will receive excellent support from a special volunteer

regional support team and a volunteer support team based

at head office

• An excellent training programme

• A great volunteer experience to enable you to develop your

own key skills

• The satisfaction of helping parents within your own community.

What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support
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About NCT

We are NCT – the national charity for pregnancy, birth and early parenthood. Our vision is of a world in which no parent is isolated and all parents are supported to build a stronger society.

Our mission is to support parents through the first 1,000 days to have the best possible experience of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood.

We achieve our mission though three interconnected aims:

- Sharing evidence-based knowledge to support parents to make informed decisions.
- Creating networks of vital support and life-long friendship.
- Campaigning on the issues that matter most to families throughout their early experiences of becoming a parent.

Every year, we support thousands of expectant and new parents across the UK and Channel Islands to feel more connected and confident during this major life transition.

We provide evidence-based information on our website, which is accessed over six million times a year. We support parents through antenatal and postnatal courses, attended by over 100,000 expectant and new parents. Our national network of volunteers support over half a million parents through free community-based activities and events. NCT breastfeeding counsellors support thousands of parents via our free infant feeding line and in homes, community drop-ins and services. We also provide a range of funded peer support programmes to support women and families facing specific challenges, such as social isolation or poor mental health.