COVID-19 Readiness Level: Green - Our sections have resumed indoor and outdoor meetings as well as residential activities. For more information please see https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteers/getting-back-together-safely/the-readiness-levels-across-uk-scouts/

Section Meeting Days

Beavers – Monday’s

Cubs – Wednesday’s

Scouts – Monday’s (After Beavers)

When: On your own time Where: 1st Loscoe (St Luke's) Scout Group, 40 Heanor Rd, Loscoe, Heanor, DE75 7JT Contact: Michael Hawley Contact Email: Michael.Hawley@ripleyandheanorscouts.org.uk Open Volunteer Spots: 1

The role description will vary but the following are the key duties of the Group Treasurer:

  • Be a trustee of the Scout Group.
  • Act as treasurer to the Group Scout Council.
  • Act as treasurer to the Group Executive Committee.
  • Work closely with and support the Group Chair and Group Scout Leader.
  • Agree the annual budget for the Scout Group.
  • Provide sound administration in respect of the obligations according to POR.
  • Ensure that any financial reports required by the District are submitted on time.
  • Send completed Annual Scout Group Accounts to the District Treasurer within 14 days of the AGM.
  • Receive all monies on behalf of the Scout Group, keep up-to-date accounts of all funds and make payments on the authorisation of the Group Executive Committee.
  • Receive individual Group membership fees and make payments to the District Treasurer as determined by the District Executive Committee.
  • Maintain effective communication with the District Treasurer.
  • Be the lead for the Scout Group regarding banking, taxation and audit/examination/scrutiny.
  • Be an active member of the Group Executive Committee.
  • Work with the Executive Committee to attract funding/grants/income/Gift Aid to the Group.
  • Ensure compliance with finance regulations.
  • Maintain a record of Group accounts and accounting records.
  • If your Scout Group owns a property or you have a total income of £100,000 you should ensure you complete your Scout Group’s Annual Return and Annual Report and Accounts and file with the relevant authorities. This should be in accordance with guidelines in the Statement of Recommended Practice issued by the relevant charity regulator. Charities in England & Wales with a total annual income exceeding £100,000 are under a legal duty to prepare and submit the Annual Return to the Charity Commission for England & Wales.

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