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CHILDREN'S COUNCIL OF SAN FRANCISCO

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The Associate Board is a group of young professionals helping to advance the mission and reach of Children's Council.

Children's Council COVID-19 Response Efforts

Children’s Council is responding to the universal child care crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic with swift support for our community, using new and creative ways to connect with families and early educators virtually. The organization is committed to meeting urgent community needs for all families, early educators and the children in their care. As families and child care business owners are experiencing disruptions that affect their financial, social and emotional well-being, Children's Council is dedicated to providing vital supports and resources.

Join the Associate Board

If you want to make a direct impact in the life of San Francisco families, this is the best place to start. We have outlined our goals, responsibilities, and benefits. Meet our members, and contact our co-chairs to find out more.

The Associate Board’s three main goals are meant to support the Children’s Council mission statement of advancing affordable, quality child care in San Francisco:

  • Involve dynamic, passionate, and skilled individuals to spearhead quality child care awareness
  • Support Children’s Council mission and efforts by organizing events and fundraisers
  • Develop a pipeline for future leadership of Children's Council

Member Benefits

  • Featured profile on Children's’ Council website
  • Discounted tickets to Children’s Council events
  • Opportunity for mentorship, growth, and experience working alongside leaders in the nonprofit sector
Member Responsibilities
  • Individual Give/Get Financial pledge towards Children's Council
  • Participation in Associate Board meetings, calls and events
  • Advocacy and Recruitment for Associate Board

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About CHILDREN'S COUNCIL OF SAN FRANCISCO

Location:

445 Church Street, San Francisco, CA 94114, US

Mission Statement

Children’s Council connects families to child care that meets their needs and works with parents, providers, and community partners to make quality child care and early education a reality for all children in our city.

Description

At Children’s Council, we believe that all families deserve access to quality child care. So every day we help parents understand and navigate their options and pay for child care that meets their family’s needs. Because our city is stronger when children are well cared for, parents can work, and families can succeed.

Children’s Council works to increase the supply of quality, affordable child care available to San Francisco families through professional development and business support for child care providers. We offer workshops, technical assistance, coaching, consultation and financial support for quality improvement. Our Provider Support team respects the unique situation of each provider and strives to connect them to the most appropriate resources.

Our Health and Nutrition Department supports child care providers with resources on childhood health, nutrition and physical activity.

Children’s Council is deeply committed to advocacy for child care and early education at the local, state and national level. We sponsor the local chapter of Parent Voices, a parent-led grassroots organization working to make quality child care affordable and accessible to all families. Parent Voices members lead child care awareness campaigns through media appearances and interviews, testimony at budget hearings, meeting with legislators, and by organizing local and state rallies.

Board Development

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Budgeting
  • Business Development
  • Group Facilitation
  • Professional Development
  • Social Media / Blogging
  • Fundraising

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 25
  • Orientation or Training
  • approximately 2-5 hours per month
  • Send your resume to associateboard@childrenscouncil.org Complete a brief interview and Associate Board orientation

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