Are you curious about where the Waskahegan Trail Association gets its money from? Have you ever wondered what it spends its money on?
If you’re a Waskahegan member in good standing, and you’re available some time in March, then we have an opportunity for you.
We’re opening our books for our annual financial audit.
Soon after February 28, Lin Keehn, our treasurer, will prepare the year-end financial report with the details of money coming in and out. On an afternoon that’s convenient for all of us, we’ll meet in Sherwood Park.
At this meeting, you’ll get to poke at a sample of transactions—you pick the sample, as big as you want—and verify that we have the invoices/receipts/bank statements to support them.
Once you’re satisfied, you’ll sign off on the report…and enable Waskahegan Trail Association to comply with its obligations as a registered charitable organization for another year.
Which means we can continue keeping our trail in good shape for everyone’s enjoyment.
If you struggle to find the time to volunteer with us, but can afford an afternoon in March, here’s your chance to help in a big way…and satisfy your curiosity about what we do with our money.
Send an email to email@example.com if you are interested or if you have a question.