AWOFINC’s advisory committee exists to help the organization raise funds, tap into existing community resources, and use their networks and relationships to integrate the AWOFINC projects within other community activities. Meetings are held quarterly and last approximately 1.5 hours. Members are responsible for their own transportation to meetings. Refreshments may be served at advisory committee meetings. The advisory committee meets as a body and, on occasion, forms subcommittees to explore issues in greater detail for consideration by the full advisory board. Recommendations are forwarded to Chairman and the Board of Directors
Be residents of or employed in the areas we serve and be familiar with the area's social service and economic development needs.
Be familiar with such programs as HUD, TANF, CDBG, and CSBG and other human service development programs activities. Examples include but are not limited to: asset building, earned income tax credit services, banking and savings, homeowner ship, higher education, microbusiness, training, and more.
Be familiar with various aspects of fundraising. This might include having established relationships with potential funding partners, such as community foundations, corporations, individual donors or angel investors. It also might include knowledge of fundraising and grant making, such as preparation of funding applications.
Be able to participate effectively in a collaborative group process, which requires ability to listen to and work well with other board members, provide feedback in a respectful manner, and be open to a diversity of ideas.
Human Resources Development & Training, Chicago, IL 60649, US
The mission of AWOFINC is to significantly reduce illiteracy, unemployment, youth gang activity, drug and alcohol abuse, violence and homelessness by developing happy purposeful people committed to giving something back to the community.
AWOFINC is a community initiative that is designed to meet the needs of families who do not have the resources that are to attain the supplemental educational services that are needed to enhance the possibility of success for their children. For over two decades AWOFINC has addressed the critical educational, financial, and social needs of the families in Illinois.
Veterans & Military Families
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
June 1, 2021
Grant Writing / Research
Must be at least 21
1-5 hours per month
Provides positive support of the organization to the general public