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Board Member - Fundraising & Development

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ORGANIZATION: Welcome Home Housing

  • 13 people are interested

Welcome Home Housing is a small 501c3 nonprofit in Sacramento, CA that provides permanent supportive housing for adults living with serious mental illness. We manage five homes in the Rosemont and Rancho Cordova areas. In addition, we collaborate with Turning Point Community Programs to manage a respite home.

We are currently seeking a volunteer with fundraising, grant-writing, or nonprofit development experience to serve as board member and potentially step into the role of Fundraising or Development Officer. The primary responsibility of the volunteer would be to lead the organization's efforts in raising funds, pursuing government and foundation grants, and assisting the Executive Director in managing ongoing individual donor outreach.

As a full board member, the volunteer would be expected to participate in board activities that includes attending regular board meetings, serving on at least one committee, and participating in fundraising. The board meets in the evening on the second Tuesday of every other month. Our meeting location is currently remote, although we maintain a presence in Sacramento. If you can contribute your time, thoughtfulness, and leadership, and are interested in exploring this opportunity, please contact us to find out whether this volunteer opportunity is right for you.

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About Welcome Home Housing


Sacramento, Sacramento, Sacramento, CA 95695, US

Mission Statement

We provide safe, affordable homes for adults with mental illnesses in an environment that encourages development and self worth.


Welcome Home Housing (WHH) provides affordable housing for the low-income, mentally ill. We rent or buy and rehabilitate affordable housing for rent to this population and also provide services such as case management, counseling, and life-skills training. The modest program fee covers rent, utilities, food, services, and recreational activities. Our program volunteers work with a team of family members, doctors, and social workers to support and advocate for the residents.


Homeless & Housing
People with Disabilities
Community, Homeless & Housing, People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


Rosemont areaFolsom Blvd/Watt AveSacramento, CA 95826



  • Strategic Planning
  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach
  • Resource Development / Management


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • 2 Meetings per month (1-2 hrs each) and 4-6 hours of support for fundraising and development activities

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