[Noisebridge-board] cash donations & dues

Kelly hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Thu Oct 7 02:57:36 UTC 2010

You can deal with cash dues / donations however is easiest for you.
The only thing I request is that you document it somehow, preferably
by shooting treasurer at lists.noisebridge an email with the info on the

Miloh, I would definitely welcome input on the thank you front, but
I'm not going to start dealing with that until I've finished the dues
audit which I expect to take the rest of the month.


On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 01:23, miloh <froggytoad at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 1:07 AM, Andy Isaacson <adi at hexapodia.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, Oct 05, 2010 at 08:10:24PM -0700, Rachel McConnell wrote:
>> > Hi Kelly,
>> >
>> > Is there a Best and Easiest method for depositing cash donations from
>> > members?  I've got $80 cash which I can deposit in WF bank directly, or
>> > keep and do a bank transfer, or hand to you, or pretty much anything.
>> > What will make your life easiest?  We could even have a system!
>> A system would be nice.
>> I'm always happy to deposit cash donations using my NB WF ATM card.
>> Kelly, we should get you one of those.  My system is that I then send a
>> message to treasurer@ stating the date and amount of the deposit, and
>> including the list of who the donations are from (and an amount for
>> each).  I'm happy to do something different if that would make
>> treasurering easier.
> I'm doing the same thing with cash deposits:  sending a corresponding mail
> to treasurer (and cc'ing secretary, for a thank you reference)  with the
> date and amount, and source.
> I'd like to get a peek at the 'thank you' process for donations, see if it
> needs any help, and snag/create some Noisebridge letterhead.  A letterhead
> would help us to get auxiliary donations from markets and businesses that
> have programs in place.  I  want to get on Rainbow Community Thrift's list,
> see what program Rainbow grocery has for 501c3's (if any), and help Owen P.
> get some Trader Joe's deal he was telling me about.
> -R. Miloh Alexander

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