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May 26, 2015

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The time bank solution

By Edgar S. Cahn and Christine Gray, TimeBanks USA, Stanford Social Innovation Review

Thirty-five years ago, one of us (Edgar S. Cahn) started to experiment with a new way to link untapped social capacity to unmet social needs. He created a practice known as "time banking" ? a mode of exchange that lets people swap time and skill instead of money. The concept is simple: In joining a time bank, people agree to take part in a system that involves earning and spending "time credits." When they spend an hour on an activity that helps others, they receive one time credit. When they need help from others, they can use the time credits that they have accumulated.

Long before Occupy Wall Street, time banking represented a commitment to pursuing a more equitable and inclusive economic order. Those of us who developed time banking wanted to show that a different kind of currency could exist alongside the dollar. We refused to give money a monopoly on the definition of value. The money-based market system fails to reward many types of critical work ? the work of raising healthy children, building strong families, caring for the elderly, revitalizing neighborhoods, preserving the environment, advancing social justice, and sustaining democracy ? and we believed that there should be a way to honor and reward that kind of work. Read more.

Penn State researcher creates app to make time banking mobile

By Katie Jacobs, Penn State News

For Katherine Watt, a cookie isn't just a cookie. Sometimes ? with the help of a system called time banking ? it can be turned into a wool cape.

Time banking is the exchange of services based on the number of hours it takes to complete them. Members of a time bank earn hours by performing services, bank those hours and then redeem them for a service from another member. Someone may trade an hour of raking leaves for an hour of roof patching, for example.

Watt, a member of the local Happy Valley Timebank, earned hours baking and delivering homemade cookies before redeeming them for sewing lessons.

Until recently, time banking had been mostly managed with desktop transaction systems. But in an ever-more-mobile society, Jack Carroll ? a distinguished professor in the College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) - got the idea to create an app in which members of time banking communities could record their hours, post jobs and hire other members from their smartphones. Read more.

Twitter's cofounder on creating opportunities

By Biz Stone, cofounder of Twitter and Jelly Industries, Harvard Business Review

I grew up in a very affluent town, but my parents divorced when I was young. My father wasn't much involved in my life, and we were poor. Many kids I knew played Little League baseball and Pop Warner football, but I didn't ? by the time I was eight, I was mowing lawns and trying to earn money.

When I got to high school, it was immediately obvious that if you were on a sports team, you'd automatically be more plugged-in socially. I'm naturally athletic, but I'd never played organized sports; I tried out for basketball, baseball, and football, but I wasn't good at any of them. Our school didn't have a boys' lacrosse team, and I figured that since no one else knew how to play lacrosse either, everyone would be as clueless as I was. So I persuaded the administration to start a team if I could find a coach and enough boys to sign up. And I did. Eventually I got very good at lacrosse and became team captain.

There's a valuable lesson in that experience ? one that applies to business, too. Some people think of opportunity the way it's defined in the dictionary -- as a set of circumstances that make something possible -- and they talk about it as if it just arrives organically. You "spot opportunity" or wait around for "opportunity to knock." Read more.

Sponsor's insight

In pursuit of board diversity:

Join us June 16

By Bryan Orander, president, Charitable Advisors

Many nonprofit boards are striving to increase their diversity. Most recognize that diversity increases effective governance by bringing new perspectives, energy, and new ideas. Sometimes the motivation comes as an expectation of a funder or accreditation body.

While some funders, such as United Way of Central Indiana, place a high priority on diversity and inclusion, the latest BoardSource Governance Index shows slow progress. Though we tend to think first in racial/ethnic terms, you likely know boards dominated by one gender, a limited age group or common background.

The BoardSource Index highlights two related findings about board diversity:

1) Board composition ? size and diversity ? is changing, slowly. BoardSource research shows that average board size has declined from 19 members in 1994 to 15 members in 2014 while the percentage of board members of color increased from 16 percent in 2010 to 20 percent in the 2014 survey. Read more.

People on the move

Indiana University has appointed Bill Stanczykiewicz as director of The Fund Raising School at its Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and senior lecturer in philanthropic studies. Currently he is president and CEO of the Indiana Youth Institute.

Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) has named Christine Swarm director of advancement. She previously served as an enrollment and matching specialist and manager of individual giving and events for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana.

Amy Brown was appointed as the new program director at Art with a Heart.

Jesse O'Connell has joined the Lumina Foundation as a strategy officer. He previously served as assistant director at the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. ? Inside Indiana Business

Downtown Indy has named Charrie Palmes Buskirk business development director. The organization also promoted MacKenzie Church to events manager. ? Inside Indiana Business

Patrick Herrel has been hired as the founding CEO of a new Cincinnati-based education nonprofit, Accelerate Great Schools. The organization is modeled after city-based education reform organizations, including The Mind Trust where Herrel has been vice president of education innovation for the past four years.


First Merchants Bank employees and customers contribute $12,550 for Damar Services to help more children from underserved families in Central Indiana receive autism assessments and, if necessary, treatment through Damar's Specialized Autism Services.

Arts for Learning has received a $5,000 grant from the Pacers Foundation to support arts programming for at-risk and incarcerated youth in juvenile justice facilities across the state of Indiana

Leaders from Amazon fulfillment centers in Central Indiana presented a $5,000 donation to St. Mary's Child Center in Indianapolis and a plaque to commemorate the partnership between the company and the school.

Indianapolis Parks Foundation and Indy Parks had a ribbon cutting in May at Haughville Park to celebrate the grand opening of the park's new playground and performance shelter, and renovated water spray funded by a $10 million grant for capital improvements from Lilly Endowment and United Water.

The Arts Council of Indianapolis, in partnership with The Indianapolis Star, is now accepting Arts Journalism Fellowship applications for five positions for the fall semester. Applications are due June 19 by 5 p.m. Qualified journalism students will receive a $2,000 award and will research and write articles about artists and art organizations. For more information contact Danielle M. Dove at ddove@indyarts.org or click here.

Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis has announced its five finalists: Indianapolis Parks Foundation for Indy Urban Acres Flower Farm, Lutheran Child and Family Services of Indiana for its program to curb runaway and human trafficking of young girls, OASIS Indianapolis for its hi-impact tutoring program, Gennesaret Free Clinic for its healing and health program for homeless women and WFYI and Ted Green Films to produce "Attucks: The school that opened a city." The five will compete for the $100,000 award on June 9. After presentations giving circle members cast live votes to determine its 10th annual winner. This year, members have collectively given $184,000.

Professional development

Moving hearts and minds - The power of storytelling within nonprofits webinar on June 6 at 1:00 p.m. This webinar will provide a guide for nonprofit leaders to develop a storytelling culture within their organizations. Read more.

The fundamentals of strategic planning on June 9 from 6:00 - 7:15 p.m. at the East 38th Street Public Library (5420 East 38th St.). A strategic plan can move an organization in a new direction of dynamic and positive change. Focuses on the understanding of the six steps utilized in strategic planning process, types of models, readiness required, who should participate, creating an action plan and how to execute it to achieve the organization's goals. To register, please call 317-275-4350.

Social media and nonprofit boards: Strategies for success webinar on June 16 at 2:00 p.m. Board Source members $40 | nonmembers $75. For more information and to register, click here.

CFO Nonprofit Peer Group on June 18 from 8:15 to 10:00 a.m. at Indiana CPA Society (8250 Woodfield Crossing Blvd.). The topic is key performance indicators: How do you measure your success? Free. Register here.

The ultimate board meeting experience: Process, engagement and productivity webinar on June 18 at 2:00 p.m. Board Source member $0 /nonmembers $35. To register, click here.

Kiwanis International get on track nonprofit summit on June 24 from 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Indiana Convention Center. Get your organization's public relations, event planning and fundraising on track. For more information, click here.

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Volunteer opportunities

Please send your needs and donations of supplies, equipment, and furniture plus volunteer opportunities and requests to IndyNews@NotforProfitNews.com.

Outrun the Sun Race Against Melanoma volunteers needed on the evening of June 13 at 4:30 p.m. at Fort Harrison State Park. Four-hour commitment. Event supports skin cancer education and melanoma research. Volunteer registration.

Freewheelin Community Bikes needs volunteers with basic bicycle mechanic skills to work with children, ages 10 to 18, during its evening open shop hours on Tuesdays through Fridays from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. starting June 23. Daytime volunteer opportunities available too. Weekly commitment--for as short or long as you want to volunteer. FMI, click here or Damon Richards at damon@freewheelinbikes.org or 317-590-6047.

The Ian Smith Foundation, Inc. is currently looking for volunteers and camp counselors for the ISF summer bonanza enrichment camp. The camp begins June 15 and will end July 30th. Registration is now open for children, ages 7 to 11. Learn more.

PBS KIDS in the Park will be on June 13 from 9:00 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. at Military Park. We are looking for some enthusiastic volunteers to get suited up as PBS characters. All volunteers must be at least 15 years old. Six-hour commitment. Contact Kristy Fozzard at kfozzard@wfyi.org or 317-614-0461.


NEED: Homeless Reentry Helpers needs men's clothing, especially large sizes, and personal hygiene products, paper plates, napkins, plastic forks, spoons and trash bags. Contact Don at Hawkins@HHOOT.com or 317-635-0500.

NEED: The Ian Smith Foundation is in need of tables, desks and chairs to help equip classrooms for its summer bonanza enrichment camp. Contact Ian Smith at iansmithfoundation@gmail.com or 317-986-1186.

DONATE: RTV6 has a large desk and credenza to donate. Contact Betty Allen at betty.allen@wrtv.com.


National news

3 types of social media your nonprofit might not be using...But should. As technology continues to be a focal point in society, nonprofits are turning to social media to get missions and campaigns in front of the masses.

A retiring nonprofit exec speaks out on the so-called "Leadership Gap" Over the last five years, our small network has seen evidence of the much-discussed generational shift in leadership that has been predicted for the nonprofit human services field and in other industries as well.

Seven things to be included in board "vision." Board members are the ones with the 30,000-foot view of your organization. They're the ones who can look down the road to where the organization and its mission will be five, 10, or 20 years from now.

Donor retention & outcome-based budgeting. Download two presentation from The Nonprofit Forum on donor retention and outcome-based budgeting.

Sponsors' insights

VonLehman CPA & Advisory HSAs vs. HRAs: Differences may affect employee health. As an employer, you must make important decisions about employee healthcare coverage. Read more.



Our sponsor marketplace serves to further connect our readers with our advertisers who are focused on serving nonprofits. Please keep in mind that you should always check references before hiring a consultant or vendor. Contact Bryan at Bryan@charitableadvisors.com or 317-752-7153 to learn how your business or organization can become a sponsor of the Not-for-Profit News.


Charitable Allies: nonprofit that provides affordable, experienced nonprofit legal services.

Human resources

Synergy: professional employer organization (PEO), Synergy assumes the risk and liability of employing employees, and administers payroll, benefits and human resources.

FirstPerson: professional advisory firm that creates meaningful work experiences through benefits, HR and wellness solutions.

HR Partnerships, Inc.: HR Management firm that is dedicated to redefining the way organizations manage talent, resulting in a healthier company culture and increased profitability.

Technology, software, services

FTM LLC: software advisor to improve organization's financial operations with system implementation, training and support.

Netlink, Inc.: An information technology service provider delivering best practice information, technology guidance, implementation and support in order to contribute to nonprofits' mission and success.


Alerding CPA Group: accounting firm with nonprofit experience provides audits, accounting, tax services, planning and board governance.

BKD: CPAs and advisors offering services in assurance, tax, risk management, technology and forensic to closely-held businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals.

FTM LLC: works solely with nonprofits on bookkeeping, audit preparation, outsourced controller and CFO services.

VonLehman CPA and Advisory Company:nonprofit focused CPA- and advisory-firm providing accounting, tax, business advisory and turnaround services.

Professional Development

Accent On Business: Develops public speaking and presentation skills, executive presence, and message delivery skills for nonprofit leaders and their teams.

Banking/asset management

The National Bank of Indianapolis: the bank of choice for nonprofit organizations.


Alerding CPA Group: provides board governance, training, consulting and succession planning.

Charitable Advisors:BoardSource-certified governance trainer, support for board-led ED/CEO search process.


UIndy/MPH: Master's of Public Health is the newest graduate degree program at UIndy that prepares professionals to identify health disparities and develop community-based approaches.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI: At SPEA, people learn how to work in government, nonprofit and business roles to make positive changes in their communities, their states, their countries and the world.

Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: The nation's first school of philanthropy is dedicated to improving philanthropy to improve the world by training and empowering students and professionals to be innovators and leaders who create positive and lasting change.

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Master of Jurisprudence graduate degree program prepares professionals with the legal knowledge to enhance, and potentially advance their careers.

UIndy/MAAS: Master's of Arts in Applied Sociology is a graduate degree program that prepares students for today's ever-changing world. Emphasis is on the practical application of social science research to solve contemporary social problems and develop skills for a variety of careers. Provides a strong foundation for Ph.D. programs.

UIndy/International Relations: Master of Liberal Arts' students will develop advance research skills through a design and methodology course, study international conflicts and resolutions, learn how history still has an impact on the world today and have opportunities for real-world experiences.


Real estate

Get that extra office space leased or that extra building sold by using the new NFP News real estate section to let people know you have extra space, an extra building or even residential property for sale. Photos and a web link may be included to give readers more information. To learn more, contact Julie at Julie@CharitableAdvisors.com

IUPUI campus office space

Available office space is located on the IUPUI campus, just off Indiana Avenue and West Street. A full-service commercial office building with approximately 9,400 rentable square feet located on the third floor. The space is two individual suites (one approximately 1,900 rentable square feet and the second 7,400 rentable square feet). Close to Indianapolis downtown retail and dining. Parking available near the offices. The space becomes available for tenant occupancy by late July. For more detailed information, please contact Thomas M. Popcheff, CAE at tomp@stti.org or 317-634-8171.


Affordable Near-Southside office space

DOWNTOWN 300 to 10,000 sq. ft. Great location at I-65 and South Keystone Avenue (3530). Five minutes from downtown with easy access to all Indianapolis. Free parking. Many restaurants nearby. Other nonprofits on site. Low rates: $10 to $12 per square foot depending on space size. Call Ron at: 317-702- 6079.



Featured internship positions

Don't miss the window to recruit interns for spring and summer positions: This February and March, the Indianapolis Not-for-profit News is offering nonprofits an easy way connect with students, recent graduates and career changers to fill upcoming internship positions. For a special rate of $77, beginning Jan. 28, you can post your position for 30 days in this special-intern jobs section of the newsletter and on the jobs board. The special rate also applies to AmeriCorps positions posted in February and March. Submit your intern postings to ads@notforprofitnews.com.

AmeriCorps VISTA - Starfish Initiative. Starfish serves its students through a 1-on-1 mentoring program. All mentors are volunteers and make a two year commitment. While our outcomes numbers are high, our program could benefit from an AmeriCorps...more

Intern, ReStore - Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County. The role of ReStore Associate is to aid ReStore manager, staff and other volunteers in maintaining and operating the ReStore in a variety of tasks and...more

AmeriCorps VISTA (3 Positions) - Jameson Camp. Jameson Camp is seeking to fill three full-time AmeriCorps VISTA positions for digital media marketing, donor relations, and volunteer relations. VISTA is a great opportunity for recent college grads and young professionals...more

Intern, Video & Digital Content - Sycamore School. August 2015 through May 2016. Part Time: 12 hours per week. Join the Marketing and Advancement team at Sycamore School as our Video and Digital Content Intern. Sycamore School exists so that academically gifted...more

This week's jobs

To view all jobs, visit the Not-for-profit News jobs' board.

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Regional CEO - Indiana Region - American Red Cross. The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. It does this through services that...more


Receptionist - Indy Chamber. The Receptionist contributes to Chamber goals of membership, community, revenue, and relationship growth by providing a welcoming and professional experience for individuals who make contact with the Chamber...more

Fund Development

Grants and Stewardship Manager - Arts for Learning, the Indiana Affiliate of Young Audiences. Arts for Learning is seeking a motivated professional to join our development team with the experience and skills necessary to meet aggressive...more

Community Manager, Relay for Life - American Cancer Society. As the largest voluntary health organization, the American Cancer Society is passionately committed to saving lives from cancer. We are working to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays - a world where...more


Director of Marketing and Communications - Indianapolis Ballet, Inc. Reporting to the Artistic Director, this position develops and manages all marketing and communications functions for student enrollment and acquisition, ISB performances and productions, the summer intensive program...more

Volunteer Management

Director, Volunteer Center - United Way of Central Indiana. Lead United Way of Central Indiana's (UWCI) volunteer engagement team, strategies, programs and partnerships. Promote and execute volunteer and leadership programs (for both individuals and corporations...more

Volunteer Coordinator - Westminster Neighborhood Services. This position will help recruit, retain, and recognize volunteers in the Westminster Early Childhood and Youth programs as well as the Family and Adult Services...more


Manager of Community Living - Noble. If you have a passion to serve and the drive to succeed in a rewarding environment, you may be just the right person to join the Noble team. Together, we can bring our vision to life: creating a world in which children...more

Bilingual Family Engagement Specialist - Early Head Start. Early Learning Indiana is seeking a Bilingual Family Engagement Specialist to be a family advocate, ensure attendance and continued enrollment of children and build community partnerships. The position will specifically...more

Center Director - Day Early Learning Centers. Day Early Learning in Indianapolis is recruiting for a Center Director. Under the supervision of the Vice President for Day Early Learning (DEL) Centers, The Center Director will be responsible for administering the program...more

ESG Program Coordinator - Indiana Homeless Community Development Authority (IHCDA). The Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program Coordinator contributes to fulfilling the IHCDA mission and meeting strategic IHCDA operational and program goals by providing assistance to emergency shelters and helping...more

AfterCare Case Manager - Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis. We currently have a full-time opportunity for an Aftercare Case Manager. This position helps recently homeless families who have found permanent housing to navigate the many obstacles that low income families...more

Literacy Instructor (Grades 1 to 3) - First Samuel Enrichment Summer Camp. First Samuel Church (W)holistic Ministries is seeking a part-time Literacy Instructor for the summer camp program. The goal of the First Samuel Summer Enrichment camp is to engage children in FUN recreational and...more

Creative Community Developer - Riley Area Development Corporation. The Creative Community Developer will lead the implementation of the high quality economic development programming and community outreach for the partnership of the RUCKUS Makerspace. The primary focus of the...more


Membership & Accounting Coordinator - Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity is currently looking for a Membership & Accounting Coordinator. The mission of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity (ZBT) is to foster and develop in its membership the tenets of its Credo: Intellectual Awareness...more

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Last week's jobs


Vice President of Operations and Chief Operating Officer - Indianapolis Public Transportation Corp. The Vice President of Operations and Chief Operating Officer plays an integral role in IndyGo by performing executive management-level tasks in the following areas: program, policy, and procedure review, analysis, and...more

Executive Director - Non-Profit Charitable Organization. Seeking Executive Director to serve family shelter in Morgan County and surrounding six counties. Reports directly to the Board of Directors. Provide overall management to the organization by: 1) leading a small staff...more

Executive Director - Groundwork INDY. Groundwork INDY is seeking a dynamic, entrepreneurial and collaboratively-minded individual to be its first Executive Director. Groundwork INDY is based in Indianapolis, Indiana and is part of the Groundwork USA Network...more

President - The Advancement Center for Washington Township Schools and North Central Alumni. The President will be chief executive officer of The Advancement Center, a new organization resulting from the July 1, 2015 merger of the Washington Township Schools Foundation and the North Central High School Alumni...more

Director of Operations - Sigma Kappa Sorority and Sigma Kappa Foundation. Sigma Kappa Sorority and Foundation is seeking a dynamic and self-motivated candidate to join the national headquarters staff as the director of operations. This position maintains membership databases, responsible for...more


Administrative Assistant, Part-time - New Hope Presbyterian Church. New Hope Presbyterian Church in Fishers, Indiana is seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant (25-30 hours). You have a heart for Christ and a passion to help people. You also love detail, crush deadlines, and have ...more

Donor Database Coordinator - Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Inc. The Donor Database Coordinator will manage and maintain Gleaners' donor database, including the management of donor research, mailing lists, gift entry, reporting, and acknowledgement processes. The Donor...more

Fund Development

Director, Tocqueville Society - United Way of Central Indiana. Lead United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) strategies and activities primarily, but not exclusively, to grow the giving and engagement of Tocqueville Society donors ($10,000+). Responsible for leading the Tocqueville...more

Manager, Stewardship - United Way of Central Indiana. Grow and retain revenue from existing major donors ($10,000+) by developing and executing strategies to inform key stakeholders on United Way of Central Indiana's progress, new developments and special projects...more

Manager, Individual Giving - United Way of Central Indiana. Advance the mission of United Way of Central Indiana by deepening and maintaining relationships with individual major donors and prospects. Identify, qualify, engage, cultivate, solicit and steward current and prospective...more

Fund Development Assistant (part-time) - Center for Leadership Development, Inc. Center for Leadership Development has an immediate part time (20 -25 hours per week) opportunity for an energetic, resourceful Fund Development Assistant to provide administrative support to the Senior Manager of Fund...more

Associate Director of Development Services - DePauw University. At DePauw, we are seeking energetic, creative people to join our dynamic team in developing new and exciting ways to support a culture of intellectual engagement combined with unique social experiences that prepare...more


Communications Specialist - Alzheimer's Association Greater Indianapolis Chapter. Aggressively and proactively works to increase awareness of the Alzheimer's Association through media relations, social media and online channels and community outreach. Responsible for writing and editing newsletters...more


Director - Project Home Indy. PHI is seeking a dynamic, capable, and caring visionary with proven leadership skills and significant clinical social work experience for this executive-level position directing our trauma-informed residential program, which...more

Director of Programs - 100 Black Men of Indianapolis. Our mission: "Men giving real time to positively impact the development and outcomes of youth in our community." The Program Director oversees the coordination and administration of all aspects of The 100 Black...more

Bilingual Match Support Specialist - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. The Bilingual Match Support Specialist is instrumental to Big Brothers Big Sisters mission of providing professionally supported 1-to-1 youth mentoring relationships that result in impact and lasting change. The Bilingual...more

Program Director - IN*SOURCE. A statewide not-for profit, central office based in South Bend, has need for a Program Director to manage a federal, grant funded, statewide Parent Training and Information Center project. A master's degree in education...more

Prevention & Education Coordinator - Chaucie's Place. Chaucie's Place is a child advocacy organization that focuses on child sexual abuse and youth suicide prevention. The nonprofit's staff works passionately to ensure the welfare of children by offering evidence-based...more

Case Manager - River Valley Resources, Inc. (RVR). RVR, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that helps low-income and disadvantaged Hoosiers in central and southeastern Indiana obtain and maintain gainful employment is seeking a full time Case Manager to provide...more

Volunteer Coordinator - CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions. Immediate opening for a full time Volunteer Coordinator with CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions. Position requires human service experience and the desire to serve the elderly and people with disabilities in Marion County...more

Membership Manager - Professional Insurance Agents of Indiana. Statewide professional trade association located on the northside with fun, highly collaborative team is seeking a Membership Manager to help grow membership, coordinate membership benefits, and provide excellent...more

Program Coordinator - American Legion Auxiliary National Headquarters. The Program Coordinator works with volunteer National Chairmen to develop and monitor the impact of the assigned programs on their community. This position provides administrative and program support in response...more


Manager, Business and Finance - Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, Inc. The Ronald McDonald House of Indiana is seeking an experienced professional who will be responsible for the accounting, bookkeeping, budgeting process, payroll and personnel recordkeeping, and business office operations...more

Accounting Coordinator (Donation Processing and Grants) - American Legion Auxiliary National Headq. The Accounting Coordinator (Donation Processing/Grants) performs a variety of accounting and administrative functions to support and enhance the work and image of the American Legion Auxiliary. The Accounting...more


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