The Clubhouse is a not for profit organization that provides lifelong services and support to the elderly, disabled, and survivors of brain injury and stroke.
The Board of Directors helps to develop business plans, policy objectives, business strategy, and monitor financial performance and the overall performance of the Clubhouse. Potential Board members must demonstrate the willingness and ability to contribute their time and talents, understand and be in agreement with the mission of our program, and must be a person of vision.
This is an excellent opportunity for you to be involved in a grass roots organization providing innovative services and support to those having suffered a brain injury.
We are looking for board members with 1 or more of following specialties,
Accounting and financing (CPA preferred)
adding receipts and other financial reports to our quickbooks system
generating cost analysis
generating board reports
completing monthly reconciliations
preparing the end of the year tax filings.
Networking and fundraising
bringing in new donors
acquiring new sponsorships
fostering partnerships with local businesses.
planning events to raise funds for MBIC programs.
Strategy and development
Responsibilities include planning and implementation of new opportunities to improve and expand membership.
making sure we meet the qualifications for the grant.
completing the entire grant opportunity.
collecting all materials necessary to submit.
Technology and IT
recommending new equipment that will improve the efficiency in administrative business as well as rehabilitation.
assisting in securing new technology.
occasionally servicing equipment.
If you have an interest in joining our board email email@example.com
1436 W. Randolph, Suite 500, United States, Chicago, IL 60607, US
Mission Statement: To provide life long rehabilitative services and support to those affected by brain injury or stroke.
The Clubhouse is a unique place where individuals can come to relearn skills through the work of the day. We like to think of the Clubhouse as our home away from home and the folks here are like family. For many the Clubhouse is the next step in transitioning from a patient back into the real world.