Join Restore the Fourth’s National Board

Restore the Fourth is looking for a new Board Treasurer and Fundraising Chair, to be based anywhere in the US. Please see below for position descriptions and, if interested, email a resume and a cover letter explaining why you’d be a good fit for either position, to rt4chair@protonmail.com.

Treasurer

Restore The Fourth is a volunteer-run 501(c)(4) nonprofit opposing unconstitutional mass government surveillance. We have 16 chapters in the US and one in the UK. You can find out more about our work atwww.restorethe4th.com.

We are looking for a new Board Treasurer, to be based anywhere in the US. Board meetings occur monthly by conference call, with a biennial gathering at the HOPE conference in New York City, NY. In this position, you will be expected to present quarterly reports on finances to the Board, exercise oversight over our accounts, and participate fully in Board strategic discussions and decision-making.

These are the requirements for the position:

– Strong financial literacy, as evidenced by prior volunteer or professional experience dealing with P&Ls, earnings statements, and audits.

– Willingness to learn about the issue of unconstitutional mass government surveillance and work for an end to it;

– Availability some evenings between 8pm and 10pm US East Coast time.

These skills would be preferred in our applicants:

– Experience with nonprofit finances; 501c4 experience a strong plus.

– Passion for the cause of opposing unconstitutional mass government surveillance.

– We strongly welcome applications from women, people of color, and religious and sexual minorities. We are a consciously transpartisan organization, with people at all levels of a broad range of political beliefs.

Fundraising Chair

Restore The Fourth is a volunteer-run 501(c)(4) nonprofit opposing unconstitutional mass government surveillance. We have 16 chapters in the US and one in the UK. You can find out more about our work at www.restorethe4th.com.

We are looking for a new Board Fundraising Chair, to be based anywhere in the US. Board meetings occur monthly by conference call, with a biennial gathering at the HOPE conference in New York City, NY. In this position, you will be expected to oversee fundraising planning, set goals, and participate fully in Board strategic discussions and decision-making.

These are the requirements for the position:

– Prior volunteer or professional fundraising experience.

– Willingness to learn about the issue of unconstitutional mass government surveillance and work for an end to it;

– Availability some evenings between 8pm and 10pm US East Coast time.

These skills would be preferred in our applicants:

– Experience with membership organization fundraising and cultivating major donors.

– Passion for the cause of opposing unconstitutional mass government surveillance.

– We strongly welcome applications from women, people of color, and religious and sexual minorities. We are a consciously transpartisan organization, with people at all levels of a broad range of political beliefs.

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