Moseka Action Project is looking for board members to serve on its Board of Directors. This is an opportunity for anyone passionate about advancing God's kingdom, strengthening leadership and governance in the nonprofit sector, and particularly the individual who wants to make a profound difference in the lives of at risk women and children in need, and survivors of sexual violence.
Moseka Action Project board members believe that in order to be successful, every organization needs a heartily committed board to fully realize its potential for good.
As board members, your responsibility includes Duty of Care, in which you have a legal responsibility to participate actively in making decisions on behalf of the organization during our quarterly meeting; Duty of Loyalty, in which board members must put the interests of the organization before their own interests when acting on behalf of the organization; and Duty of Obedience, in which board members bear the legal responsibility of ensuring that the organization complies with the applicable federal, state, and local laws and adheres to its mission.
Additionally, the Moseka board is an active working board, and members are expected to
* Know the organization’s mission, policies, programs, and needs.
* Faithfully read and understand the organization’s financial statements.
* Serve as advocates, ambassadors, and active fundraisers for Moseka.
* Responsibly represent Moseka to the public and their respective communities.
* Leverage professional and personal relationships, connections, networks, and resources to help the Development Committee and staff identify and solicit potential funders.
* Give a meaningful personal financial donation annually.
* Read board materials in advance of board meetings, attend meetings, and conscientiously participate in board meetings, held every quarter.
Prior board membership is preferred, but not required, and prior fundraising experience is preferred, but not required.
Membership on Moseka Action Project's Board of Directors is an invitation to work with like-minded leaders and professionals to make a profound impact on the lives of thousands of women and children in need through the power of education.
To be considered, send a copy of your most current resume directly to email@example.com and a link to your LinkedIn profile if you have one. Alternatively, please send details about yourself, your work via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants who do not follow this request for collateral material will not be considered.
About MOSEKA ACTION PROJECT
24794 Miners Mill Place, Aldie, VA 20105, US
Our organization is a 501c3 nonprofit that brings life-changing education opportunities, through the love of Jesus Christ, to victimized women and their children in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Moseka provides access to education using grant and scholarship programs. Victimized women and their children will receive education, as it is necessary for financial success and to break the chain of the poverty. We will continually accept new grant and scholarship recipients on an annual basis. By doing so, Moseka influences and transforms communities in the area. There will also be future projects regarding health initiatives, environmental sanitation and school projects.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
November 2, 2021
- Strategic Planning
- Business Development
- Community Outreach
- Background Check
- Must be at least 25
- 4h a month for training
- Christian female.