The Little City Associate Board, a group of young professionals in their 20's and 30's, works to support the services offered to individuals with disabilities at Little City through fundraising and volunteering, while offering its members invaluable networking and leadership opportunities.
The Little City Associate Board is a powerful engagement tool to cultivate the next generation of leaders and supporters of Little City. Together, in collaboration with the Governing Board, Little City will leverage the Associate Board as a gateway to engage talented volunteers, and raise awareness among a younger generation to ensure the longevity and support of our organization.
Benefits of joining Little City's Associate Board include:
Opportunities for professional growth and networking
Mentor relationships are facilitated between governing board and associate board members.
Biannual mixers or networking events with governing board members.
Sit in on governing board meetings on a rotating basis, and report on associate board progress.
Exclusive invitations to Little City’s special events.
Opportunities to engage with Little City’s programs and experience Little City’s work first hand.
Educational and professional development presentations at each Associate Board meeting
Rewarding self-fulfillment through volunteer opportunities and contributions to Little City Foundation.
Associate board member names and titles listed on Little City’s website and relevant marketing materials.
Greater knowledge and understanding of developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Development of lifelong relationships and friendships!
Little City engages and supports individuals, families and communities to ensure that children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities can realize their unique potential to live safely, learn continuously, explore creatively and work productively throughout thier lifetime.
Accredited by the prestigious CARF (Council on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities), Little City provides services for children and adults with disabilities include housing, employment, recreation, foster care, adoption, home-based support, media and studio arts, advocacy, public education and more.
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
April 5, 2021
Must be at least 25
- Serve a term of at least 2 years.
- Participate in at least 9 of the 12 of the monthly meetings each year, varying number of taskforce meetings as needed, and special events. All meetings and events are currently virtual.
-Spread awareness of Little City Foundation & our mission.
-Fundraise $1,000 annually on behalf of Little City.
-Attend & invite people from your network to attend Little City’s events.
-Engage with & help build Little City’s community of advocate