Use your financial skills to help preserve affordable housing in Fridley
ORGANIZATION: CommonBond Communities
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Help With Community Awareness and Advocacy
Are you looking to learn more about the importance of affordable housing in your community? Do you have experience in finance or board service? Consider joining a Community Advisory Board.
Community Advisory Board members help to advance the goal of creating and sustaining homes for all. Board meetings are a unique opportunity to connect with CommonBond staff, residents, and other community members to learn firsthand about the successes and challenges our housing communities are facing.
As a board member you will review the financial audit for a housing community and attend the annual meeting, scheduled between April and June during regular business hours. We are looking for volunteers with finance or board service experience but anyone with an interest in board service or affordable housing is encouraged to apply. The enrollment process consists of an application and phone interview.
About CommonBond Communities
1080 Montreal Ave., St. Paul, MN 55116, US
CommonBond's mission is to build stable homes, strong futures, and vibrant communities.
We believe a home is the foundation for everything in life. Our integrated approach - housing with supportive services - changes lives and strengthens families and communities. Each year, CommonBond provides affordable housing and services to help more than 12,000 people with low and moderate incomes achieve their goals for stability, advancement, and independence. Approximately 2,800 of these residents are children. CommonBond develops and operates urban, suburban and rural housing communities across 50+ cities in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin for families, seniors, and people with disabilities and other barriers to stable housing.
Multiple locations Minneapolis, MN 55432
May 18, 2022
- Financial Auditing
- Community Outreach
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- Volunteers commit to 2 meetings across 2 years.
- Enrollment process includes an application and brief phone interview.