Our Associate Board is a unique way for young professionals, typically in their 20s and 30s, to help build the future of our overall organization. Becoming a member of the Associate Board is a way to ensure that our organization reflects a broad demographic, while developing the next generation of leaders.
Through volunteer efforts, education, outreach and fundraising, the Associate Board has a measurable impact on our mission of providing health and human services to our select consumers. Each year, the Associate Board will select a focus for their efforts for the year, around which they will structure a fundraising initiative and hands-on volunteer activities. One of The URI Board’s Trustees serves as a mentor to the Associate Board -attending their meetings, acting as a general supporter of up-and-coming leadership, and serving as a formal liaison with the Board.
75 Broad Street, Suite 505, New York, NY 10004, US
At Urban Resource Institute, we help transform the lives of domestic violence survivors and homeless families, with a focus on communities of color and other vulnerable populations. We have deepened our impact and become the largest provider of domestic violence services in the U.S. URI’s mission to end cycles of domestic violence is especially meaningful during Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), as we call attention to the prevalence and devastating impact of abuse in our society. We are committed to supporting those affected by domestic violence and driving sustainable, positive change, as we have for 40 years.
We are proactive about understanding client needs and the factors that have an impact on them, while striving to make a difference in their lives.
We build genuine, compassionate, professional relationships with clients and take a sincere interest in them as individuals.
We are open and adaptable to change, value creativity and innovation, and seek new ways to fulfill the organization’s vision, mission, and goals more effectively.
We encourage intellectual curiosity and the spirit of continuous learning.
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75 Broad Street5th FloorAttn: Board of TrusteesNew York, NY10038