Greetings, Neighborhood Council Treasurers, Board Members, and stakeholders. The Funding team is hard at work opening the Union Bank accounts for Neighborhood Councils and we are hopeful that all NC’s will have full access to their funds within the next week or two. In addition, look for additional guides, tutorials and procedures that will help you get up and running with your new accounts.
Neighborhood Council Funding Program Director
IMPORTANT DATES / DEADLINES
- 10 days after your June NC Board Meeting – May Monthly Expenditure Reports due
- July 1, 2014 – Start of fiscal year 2014 – 2015 – Checking Accounts open
NC Checking Account Core User’s Guide
As part of our commitment to making the new checking account system easier to manage and navigate, the Funding team has released a new, quick hits guide. This 3 page document gives you the bare bones, need-to-know information on how to get access to your account, how to pay your bills, how to report expenses to the board, and a list of acceptable and disallowed expenditures. We hope this will give you the confidence to get up and running as soon as possible, but as always, when in doubt, please contact us for additional guidance.
Union Bank Account Documents
In order for your NC to have a bank account opened, you must ensure that your Treasurer and 2nd Signer have completed all the necessary Union Bank documents. If you’ve had a change in Treasurer or 2nd Signer, you must complete new bank account documents by contacting the Funding Team right away.
2014-15 Budget Package
Please click here to review the 2014-2015 Budget Package instructions and requirements.
Full Funding Training Video Available
As further evidence of the awesomeness that is our Department staff, we’re proud to introduce a full Treasurer’s Training video now available on our website. Thanks to the video and technical expertise of Sevak Paramazian and Arin Abedian, this training has much better sound, visuals, and special effects. Jessica Pua, Kathleen Quinn, and the one and only Betty Wong Oyama will guide you through the intricacies of the funding program while you watch from the comfort of your own home, bed, hammock, whatever! Once the fun is over, make sure you follow the link to register your attendance and receive credit for your newly enhanced knowledge of funding practices.