Volunteer Board Member/Committee member
Cracked Pots Inc.
If you are a dumpster diver at heart, have a deep commitment to waste reduction and reuse, and an eye for the artistic, we’d like to talk to you. We are looking for several talented and conscientious new board members and committee members to help us strengthen our team. We are working board. You can expect to contribute 5 to 10 hours monthly to committee work and board meetings. Most board members are also active volunteers at our retail store reclaim it, at the dump, or at our pop-up events. If you have skills in leadership, fundraising, Networking, finances, or event planning - and are able to contribute your time to our nonprofit email us at email@example.com (reference Board) with a time you’d like to chat on the phone and we’ll tell you more about the board opportunities We are spirited group that also likes to have fun together! As a small nonprofit with a smaller staff, we have no executive director, and our board leader ship team performs those functions. So, in addition to fun, you’ll also have an opportunity to truly make a positive difference for both our organization and for the planet..
About Cracked Pots Inc.
1 N. Killingsworth St, Portland, OR 97217, US
We use creativity to encourage our community to look at trash in a new way. We promote art to encourage waste reduction and creative reuse. Reuse is at the heart of all we do.
Crackedpots is a local non-profit supporting waste reduction through creative reuse. In the past, we have hosted community events and art shows featuring artists using sustainable methods and cast-away materials. Today, you can find our unique wares at our retail storefront, ReClaim It, where we rescue items from the city dump, the community, and our neighbors to encourage inspired reimagining of slightly worn and unwanted items. Currently, we offer a Repair Training Program where volunteers learn the handy, fix-it skills needed to make a worn item useful again. Another unique program is our GLEAN Artist Residency where local artists rescue items from the city's transfer station to create gallery-worthy art. If sustainability is important to you and you've been wanting a new, creative way to help clean this earth, come join us in upcycling on your free time!