We’re Looking for a Volunteer Treasurer

  • Feb 24, 2022
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Looking to get involved with a non-profit that combines art and activism? Interested in supporting filmmakers who are creating change in the world? If so, volunteer on the Board of Reel Causes.

Reel Causes is a Vancouver-based non-profit that partners with filmmakers and Canadian causes dedicated to addressing global social justice issues.

We host film screenings followed by Q&A sessions to educate and inspire our community, providing a forum for authentic conversation around the issues that affect us locally.

We are looking for a Treasurer to manage Reel Causes’ financials. Duties include: bookkeeping, financial management, budgets, reports and tax filing.

Reel Causes is an equal opportunity organization that strongly believes in inclusion and diversity, and strives to expand its profile in this area. Indigenous, Black, people of colour, and people across the spectrums of gender, sexuality, age and abilities are encouraged to apply.

Overall, we’re looking for enthusiastic individuals who are self-motivated and interested in film, social justice and community issues. Ideally, candidates will have bookkeeping or board experience as a Treasurer, but we are open to candidates with all experience.

In terms of your commitment, we ask for:

  • Two hours per week for self-directed tasks
  • One evening per month for board meetings (excluding July/August)
  • Five screening/panel in-person events per year
  • A one-year commitment

To apply, please complete the form here: https://forms.gle/7E6W2NS7NbxmHgdt6

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About Reel Causes Society

Reel Causes partners with filmmakers and Canadian causes dedicated to addressing global social justice issues. We host film screenings followed by a Q&A session to educate and inspire our community, and provide a forum for authentic conversation aroundF the issues that affect us locally.

City of Vancouver
BC Arts Council
Canada Council for the Arts
SFU's Vancity Office of Community  Engagement
Consumer Protection BC