6 people are interested
Join our Board of Directors!
6 people are interested
Are you interested in supporting seniors with memory challenges in the Tri-City area?
If the answer is yes, we have just the volunteer opportunity for you!
Elderday Center is seeking candidates for board membership.
We’re looking for individuals who are passionate about improving quality of life for seniors to serve on the Board of Directors for Elderday Center, an organization that provides seniors with memory challenges in the Tri-City community with day memory care and other therapeutic services to enhance cognition, socialization, and overall wellness.
Elderday Center is particularly seeking Board members with expertise in fundraising, grant writing, IT/technology, online systems and marketing, and/or human resources. Previous Board experience is helpful, but not necessary.
What Does It Mean To Be A Board Member?
Board membership goes beyond traditional volunteering and into the highest level of visionary leadership for the organization, assuming legal and financial responsibilities while serving as a community ambassador for Elderday’s mission. Serving as a Board member provides a unique opportunity to put your passion for a social cause into action by applying your experience and expertise to help advance an organization’s impact. It's a rewarding way to fulfill your need to serve your community while learning new skills that can enhance your own career and grow your own personal and professional networks.
More About Elderday Center
Since 1990, Elderday Center has offered a comprehensive adult day program of socialization, recreation and health maintenance that reinforces each participant’s self-worth and dignity while enhancing current skills and abilities.
For over 30 years, Elderday Center has been providing day services for adults age 55 and better. Our team carefully researches and plans our services to better meet the needs of those who attend. Each activity has a therapeutic reason behind it and the simplest task can work on memory, cognition, fine or gross motor skills, alleviate depression or anxiety and improve self-worth.
If you are interested, please email Michael Cobb, President CEO, at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and a brief letter of interest!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Elderday Center
328 W. Wilson Street, BATAVIA, IL 60510, US
Elderday Center is committed to providing quality day services and promoting independence for older adults and providing support and education for their caregivers.
Since we opened our doors in 1990, Elderday Center offers a comprehensive adult day program of socialization, recreation and health maintenance that reinforces each participant's self-worth and dignity while enhansing current skills and abilitites.
For over 20 years, Elderday Center has been providing day services for adults age 55 and better. Our team carefully researches and plans our services to better meet the needs of those who attend. Each activity has a therapeutic reason behind it and the simplest task can work on memory, cognition, fine or gross motor skill, alleviate depression or anxiety and improve self-worth.
Together these aspects help participants to improve their quality of life, maintain or slow health deterioration often associated with aging and keep participants as independent as possible. Days are spent socializing, laughing, sharing stories and smiling. When you’re at Elderday Center - you’re with family.
328 W. Wilson StreetBatavia, IL 60510
July 15, 2021
- Grant Writing / Research
- Elder care
- Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
- IT Management
- Interactive/Social Media/SEO
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Orientation or Training
- Monthly meetings and committee requirements
- Fundraising support, Board Meeting attendance, Committee assignment(s)