All non-profits need volunteers with financial skills
Oversee their financial performance
Monitor processes and controls
Contribute to strategic planning
Evaluate fundraising opportunities
and the list goes on…
However, as accountants tend to be busy people, these skills are often the hardest to find.
Volunteer to build a more fulfilling career and a stronger society
Volunteering is more than just the feel-good factor, there are proven benefits for the volunteer.
Develop new skills
Grow your network
Build your CV
Improve your well-being
Make a difference
If you needed another reason to volunteer:
As a result of the pandemic a whopping 1 in 3 charities had to make redundancies…
with 1 in 10 warning of potential failure…
whilst at the same time 75% expected an increase in demand for their services
It doesn’t take an accountant to do the maths on this!
Inspired to volunteer? Join Charterpath…
If you're an accountant and inspired to volunteer your skills for a non-profit, follow these 3 simple steps:
Join Charterpath by signing the volunteer pledge to support our mission and be first on the list for new opportunities, events… and more
Check out our volunteer stories, helpful resources and FAQs to learn more about volunteering your skills
Keep a regular eye out for opportunities on our website and connect with a non-profit you feel passionate about