August 2015 - Present
Jason serves on the board as Treasurer. He is a mechanic by trade and skilled bowler even though he refuses to admit it. In his spare time, he enjoys rebuilding classic cars and riding his Harley. He is a country music fan and loves the outdoors.
Jason helps this organization tremendously but always down plays his role.
Jason has a love for animals and his special pet is a Chihuahua named Foster who was a shelter dog that Jennie brought home from the Shelter that was treated for Parvo and survived.
Jason secretly is a rabbit whisperer... oh no… now his secret is out!
Board of Director responsibilities: Active member on the board of directors that is jointly responsible for overseeing activities, voting on any matters brought to the board’s attention by any member on the board of directors. The board of directors is accountable to, and might be subordinate to, the organization's full membership, which has the equal vote from all members of the board. Authorized to delegate non-board of director duties.
Treasurer responsibilities: Keeping and maintaining all financial records. Authorized to open/close accounts on behalf of the organization. Authorized to purchase supplies on behalf of the organization. Access to move or transfer money to accounts and/or accounts payable. Authorized to accept payments for adoptions. Authorized to pay bills (accounts payable) and authorized to deposit money at the bank on behalf of the organization.
Authorization to answer emails on the behalf of the organization and all our
social media accounts. Authorization to have access to our shelter software
database. Authorization to maintain (add/delete) adoptable animals on
petfinder, adoptapet or other similar accounts that promote
Finical responsibility: Authorized
purchasing rights on behalf of the organization to replenish any supplies
needed to continue to provide for our owned animals that are
maintained at partner stores; such as purchasing and disturbing food and
cleaning supplies for our partner sites (fixtures housing our rabbits at the
pet stores) or animals in our shelter.
Transport responsibility: Provides transportation support to and from shelters as needed, in addition to emergency veterinary transport or spay and neuter transportation. May also be responsible to refill prescriptions and make and schedule appointments to veterinarians and/or pay for any provided Veterinary care or medications provided to animals owned by the organization; authorized by the board of directors.
Educator responsibilities: House Rabbit Educator at adoption events. Skilled and knowledgeable speaker - capable of presenting educational segments to the public on rabbit care as needed. May appear in media, news, articles; Etc. Active speaker domestic house rabbit welfare advocate.
Adoption responsibilities: LEAD volunteer. Working Saturday adoption events, skilled adoption counselor fully capable of teaching the public proper rabbit care. May schedule and meet prospective adopters for pre-arranged adoption appointments.
Other responsibilities; Head bunny slave! Maintains adoption equipment, responsible for setup and break down of equipment at adoption events.
Contact - Jason@nhc-rabbitrescue.com