Seeking Board Member
Infinity Non Profit
Infinity Nonprofit needs a fresh and new direction as an organization. We’re looking for board members with a variety of experience and insight to help us reach our goals and outcomes.
Our vision and main purpose are to provide human and social services in our local community with a specific emphasis on the target population of the widowed and homeless individuals such as: ex-offenders, veterans and other hard-to-place individuals.
We only need 2-4 hours a month of your time.
· The board will meet once a month (at the same time each month - EXAMPLE, the 1 st Saturday of each month from 10am to 12 noon), with each meeting consisting of a 1-2 hour discussion via Zoom or conference call. There may also be some follow-up questions and discussions by email.
· Each Board Member will be asked to oversee a committee (i.e. fundraising, outreach, research, etc.) which is expected to be 1-2 hours a month outside of the monthly Board meeting.
· A nonprofit consultant will provide guidance for the initial board meeting for which you can ask questions and receive details of the duties of a board member.
· There will be a set of bylaws and a conflict of interest policy that need to be adopted into the organization, to be used as the laws for which we govern the nonprofit.
About Infinity Non Profit
1911 Grayson Hwy, Suite 8-198, Grayson, GA 30017, US
To empower the widowed and their children in our community dealing with the loss of a loved one to transition more successfully through the stages of grief and manage their new and increased lifestyle responsibilities while raising societal awareness regarding the challenges of widowhood.
Infinity serves the widowed & their children in the Gwinnett county community of Atlanta, GA in dealing with grief and it’s debilitating symptoms by providing them with effective grief counseling, emotional support tools & life management training such as a 10 week grief counseling course, financial responsibility, caring for young children and health impact classes. The widowed community lacks the support required to help them manage their new life and re-establish themselves into society as productive citizens after experiencing the intense shock of losing a loved one.