Chronic Illness Nonprofit Seeking New Board Members
2 people are interested
The Center for Chronic Illness is looking for individuals to join the board of directors who are passionate about helping those living with and impacted by chronic illness and have time, resources, and connections to contribute to the cause.
Benefits of Board Membership of a New Organization
Learning new skills
Board Responsibilities :
Attend monthly board meetings and yearly board retreats and actively engage in the goals and mission of the organization
Serve on at least one committee of the board (potential committees: executive, fundraising, program evaluation, etc.), and attend and engage in committee meetings
Contribute financially to the organization based on individual giving ability
Evaluate the executive director
Establish policies for the organization and adjust bylaws as necessary
Secure funding through networking and fundraising for the organization
Attend and assist in fundraising events
Assist in developing sponsorships and partnerships for the organization
Create and monitor the long-term plan for the organization and manage changes
Select and support future board officers and periodically review their performances
Approve organizational contracts as appropriate
The role of the board of directors will be to hold responsibility for the legal, financial, and overall best interest of the organization. Board members must commit to serving a minimum of two years, though breaks or extended vacations of board members will be allowed on a case by case basis. After the initial two years, board members can decide to leave or may be evaluated by the board to increase their office term. New board members will be voted on and brought into the organization every year in order to stagger new board membership with exiting board members.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
We'll work with your schedule.
901 Boren Avenue, Suite 1300Seattle, WA 98104
- People 55+
- The time commitment for new board members is between 4-6 hours per month.
- Prospective board members should be able to attend board meetings on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 6:30-8:00pm.