The Treasurer provides general oversight and management of all service unit finances.

Read the Treasurer's Responsibilities, Timeline, and
Qualifications   ▾

Primary Responsibilities + Timeline:


  • New Treasurers:
    • Become a signer on service unit bank account including online access and a debit card.
  • All Treasurers:
    • Ensure the service unit bank account statements are mailed to the service unit manager.
    • Ensure all troops have a bank account prior to Snacks+Magazines go day.
    • Assist new troops with opening new bank accounts and obtain Troop Bank Account Records.


  • Ensure all troops have a bank account prior to Cookie go day.


  • Send out reminders to troops to fill out and submit finance reports by June 30.
  • Help troops fill out finance reports as needed.
  • Attend Service Unit plan of work meeting as necessary.
  • Submit SU Finance Report to River Valleys by June 30.
  • Contact troops that have not submitted a troop finance report by June 30.
  • Review troop finance reports and discuss problems with your service unit manager.

Additional Responsibilities and Qualifications:

  • Collaborate with your service unit team to update/develop budget for the year.
  • Assist troops with bank account management as needed.
  • Assist disbanding troops with closing accounts and finalizing paperwork.
  • Be comfortable with money management.
  • Ability to organize materials and accurately maintain records.
  • Maintain positive relationships with River Valleys’ staff, service unit team, parents, troop leaders, and community partners.
  • Follow all GSUSA and River Valleys’ policies, standards, and procedures.
  • Promote and support River Valleys’ Family Fundraising Campaign, Snacks+Magazines Program, and Cookie Program in relationship to your volunteer position.
  • Support and promote The Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

Forms + Resources