Since 1989, Sister Schools' mission has been to teach compassion, service, and social responsibility to children and young adults. In our dual-impact program, we connect students in Seattle-Area elementary schools with students in Ugandan primary schools. Through supply drives, joint projects, and travel opportunities, children on both sides experience philanthropy that is both global and personal, learning that they are always capable of changing lives.
As a Board Director . . .
I Represent My Community.
Non-Profits like Sister Schools are not "owned" by stakeholders like a traditional business. Rather, they are owned by the communities that they serve-as a Board Member, you are the community representative! You help Sister Schools meet community needs by
Monitoring Programs for Effectiveness Providing Financial Oversight Offering your Perspective on Major Decisions Planning for the Future
I Represent Sister Schools.
Sister Schools relies on you to continue operating in our communities! Without a good relationship with our partner schools, donors, and community leaders, the Sister Schools program would be over. You help meet Sister Schools’ needs by
Introducing Sister Schools to your Network Acting as an Ambassador at Events Developing Resources and Assisting in Fundraising Garnering Support from Community
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Sister Schools
PO BOX 99492, SEATTLE, WA 98139, US
Sister Schools' mission is to teach compassion, service, and social responsibility to youth and young adults.
Our dual-impact program partners students in the greater Seattle-area with students in Uganda through supply drives, interactive Skype sessions, and service projects. Through our programs, students on both ends expand their educational opportunities, engage with their local and worldwide communities, and discover their unique ability to positively impact other people's lives.
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
In the Greater Seattle AreaSeattle, WA98119
February 4, 2021
Resource Development / Management
Must be at least 18
Directors are expected to prepare for and attend monthly Board Meetings. They are also expected to serve on a Board Committee or a staff-led Team and attend Sister Schools events. Directors can expect to commit an average of 5 hours a month.
Joining the Board of Directors is a big commitment and not one to be taken lightly. For more information, please visit www.sisterschools.org/volunteer