Thank You So Much for Volunteering to be a Service Unit Treasurer for Girl Scouts of Northern California .
What Do Service Unit Treasurers Do?
Service unit treasurers are responsible for keeping service unit financial records, filing the yearly financial report, and assisting troop leaders with banking matters. Want to learn more? Check out the Service Unit Treasurer Position Description
Who Can Be A Service Unit Treasurer?
Any registered and screened adult 18 or older, female or male, who has completed the required online learning courses for service unit treasurers.
How Do I Become A Service Unit Treasurer?
Log in to the Volunteer Learning Portal (link to the right) to access your Service Unit Treasurer checklist, where you can complete the step by step requirements and learning modules for your role.
Forms For Service Unit Treasurers
(Check the Council Resource Guide - Chapter 5 for more information about these forms).
- Bank Account Packet
- Bank Account Changing Signers Packet
- Financial Aid/Assistance
- Troop/Group Finance Report - For troops, due by June 30
- Service Unit Financial Report - For service units, due by September 30
- Disbanded Troop Form
Other Money Related Forms (Check the Council Resource Guide - Ch. 5 for more information).
Resources for Service Unit Treasurers:
- Money Matters online course/ Troop/Group Finance Report online tutorial
- Council Resource Guide - Chapter 5
- Check out the troop treasurer page so that you can guide troop leaders to their resource page