Bringing Justice Home, Inc., a small nonprofit based in Louisville, Kentucky, is looking for compassionate and creative individuals who wish to use their skills to help our organization build a strong foundation in governance best practices, and/or to assist with development and strategic planning to grow our capacity to carry out our mission and achieve our vision of shared resources, shared outcomes, shared dreams in the Louisville community.
Volunteers would serve on our governance and development committee and/or take on projects such as researching and developing policies, marketing, and strategic plans. Ideally, after serving in this capacity, some volunteers would join our board of directors, beginning service at the beginning of the fiscal year in July 2021. Although this opportunity is virtual, for now, preference will be given to volunteers in the Louisville, Kentucky area and/or to volunteers who have a connection to our city.
Values and Cultural Fit empathy | compassion| commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion| ability to treat all persons with dignity and respect | passion for food justice and social justice | creativity | curiosity | open-minded |
We especially welcome interest from BIPOC, people under 40, LGBTQIA, people with disabilities, and people from low income/wealth backgrounds.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Bringing Justice Home, Inc.
Bringing Justice Home, Inc, Louisville, KY 40204, US
Bringing Justice Home is a Louisville nonprofit that fosters health and wellness to people experiencing poverty, food insecurity, and chronic health conditions through delivering food and household supplies, facilitating access to needed services, and offering social support, and seeks to engage the community in the work of justice through education, sharing resources, and building just relationships.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
October 24, 2020
Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
Marketing Strategy & Planning
Social Media / Blogging
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
three hours per week or as needed to accomplish assigned tasks
Attend and participate in 1-2 committee meetings per month via video call; Follow through on action items and assignments adopted by the committee; Participate in email discussions, as needed; Report progress to committee chair