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Looking for Board Member to Join the Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation

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Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation

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The Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit organization centered around advocation for blood cancer patients and their families. We are currently accepting applications for open positions on the board of directors.

Currently, we are looking for specific skills sets listed below:

  • HR
  • Law / Nonprofit Law
  • CPA / Accounting
  • Fundraising / Crowd Funding
  • Social Media
  • Medical Doctor or Practitioner
  • Researcher in Blood Cancer Section
  • Advocacy Work
  • Nutritionist
  • Mental Health Worker
  • CEO / Business Specialist
  • Grant Writing / Research

Explanation of Board Member Role for BBBCF

Job Description for BBBFC Board Membership
Position Title: Member of the Board of Directors
Length of Term: Two years (three-term limit)
Reports To: Entire Board of Directors

The board of directors is legally and ethically responsible for all activities of the
organization. To that end it:
1. Determines how the organization will carry out its mission through long and
short-range planning
2. Adopts an annual budget and provides fiscal oversight
3. Recruits, orients, and develops board members
4. Hires and evaluates the performance of the executive director
5. Evaluates its performance and overall performance of the organization in
achieving the mission
6. Establishes policies for the effective management of the organization

 Understand and promote the organization’s mission
 Be familiar with the organization’s programs, policies, and operations
 Attend board meetings and appropriate committee meetings
 Actively serve on at least one committee and offer to take on special
 Review agenda and supporting documents prior to meetings
 Make an annual contribution to the organization commensurate with ability
 Participate in fundraising activities and special events
 Keep current on affordable housing issues and developments in program areas
 Strictly adhere to conflict of interest policies
 Strictly adhere to confidentiality policies
Time Demands (approximate):
 Attend and actively participate in at least 75% of board meetings (10 monthly
board meetings, approximately 2 hours in length, on the 1 st Monday of the month,
except for December)
 Attend and actively participate in committee meetings and related work (1-3
hours per month as determined by the committee)
 Attend and actively participate in the annual planning retreat (1 weekend day)
 Attend and actively participate in the annual meeting (approx. 3-4 hours)
 Attend special events such as fundraisers and groundbreaking ceremonies (2
fundraisers per year recommended)
 Attend new board member orientation (approx. 3-4 hours)
 Meet with potential donors/funders to make a case for funding the organization,
answer questions, etc. (approx. 4 hours annually)

Financial and Resource Development Expectations:
 Make an annual gift "commensurate or significant according to your
circumstance" to the organization (in order to achieve 100% board giving)
 Sell tickets to fundraising events
 Recruit sponsors, as needed
 Identify and cultivate potential donors

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About Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation


8456 Bandits Bluff Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89143, US

Mission Statement

Our goal is to create personal relationships with patients and their families while establishing financial, emotional, nutritional, advocacy and awareness support, in the fight to end all blood cancers.


This journey of ours started in 2017 when the Founder of the Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation, Hanna Olivas, was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. Like many other cancer patients she was torn apart but in the deepest of Hanna’s depression grew a strength unlike any other. She began seeking out other opinions from doctors in Las Vegas but many had little to no experience with this rare cancer. She was forced to seek help from doctors at UCLA, Mayo Clinic in Arizona and then to the City of Hope in California.

After the frustration of having to be outsourced out of state, she realized what she had to do to make a change for other Nevadans. Throughout the years Hanna has searched for support groups, awareness of blood cancers, doctors who specialize in Multiple Myeloma but the more she searched the less she found. It was time for the Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation to emerge.

We are looking to help 200 families for the first year in co-pay assistance, counseling & emotional support, and patient advocacy. We currently have 10 programs that we are working to fully fund and develop, all of which help blood cancer patients in the way they truly need it: Research, Patient Advocacy, Family Retreats, Transportation, Nutrition, Counseling & Emotional Support, Advocacy & Awareness, Co-Pay Assistance, Financial Assistance, and Childhood Initiative Act.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Health & Medicine


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520 S 7th StLas Vegas, NV 89101




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