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Board member - Development Committee

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The Development Committee leads the board’s participation in resource development and fundraising. The committee works with the staff to develop Youth Action Services Inc’s fund development plan. The committee proposes policies and develops plans, procedures, and schedules for board involvement in fundraising. It helps educate board members about the resources needed to realize the organization’s plans and fulfill its mission. It familiarizes board members with fun raising skills and techniques so that they are comfortable raising money. The committee is the board’s central source of information about the fundraising climate in general, and about the status of the organization’s fundraising activities in particular. The committee plays a strong role in identifying, cultivating and approaching major donors.


The Development Committee is appointed by and responsible to the Board of Directors to assume the primary responsibility for guiding and executing fund raising efforts to meet the budget of the organization.


  1. Appointments of the Chair and members of the Development Committee shall be made annually by the President of the Board with the advice and consent of the Board in accordance with the Bylaws.
  2. Other members may be appointed and need not be members of the Board of Directors, subject to the conditions stated in the Bylaws. These members are appointed annually by the President of the Board in consultation with the Chair of the Committee.


  1. Develop long and annual fundraising plans that will generate the funds needed to meet Youth Action Services Inc’s fundraising goal.
  2. Develop a plan for involving Board members in the non-grant fundraising activities of the organization.
  3. Investigate new fundraising projects, activities, and new ideas for possible use in the future.
  4. As needed, create sub committees to successfully carry out the fundraising events and activities that are part of the fundraising plan.
  5. Supervise the foundations of the sub-committees.
  6. Annually submit objectives as part of the planning and budgeting process.
  7. Submit regular reports to the Board on the progress of fund development activities.
  8. Annually evaluate its work as a committee and the objectives it has committed itself to and report it to the Board of Directors.
  9. Report to the Board of Directors at regular meetings of the Board in a manner determined by the Board.
  10. Receiving and mani ting donor partnership gifts of more than 10k
  11. Build immediate connections with donors willing to donate to agency’s bottom line

Must live within the NYC area as this organization is based in Brooklyn, NY

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10 Grand Army Plaza, BROOKLYN, NY 11238, US

Mission Statement

Youth Action Services, Inc’s mission is to embrace and empower children in the NYC municipal shelter system by providing our participants with resources to continue on the next success level.


Youth Action Services, Inc is a new 501c3 organization. Understanding Brooklyn, NY serves some of the cities poorest neighborhoods which includes high number of homelessness. I am pleased to introduce this new organization as it is the mission, duty, and purpose of You Action Services, Inc to address, educate, coordinate and provide tools to children who have been impacted by losing their home. The services we plan to provide include After-School program; mentoring program; summer day camp; and therapeutic services. We are connecting with professionals to help fulfill our mission and also taking necessary steps to become an outpatient clinic under article 31.


Board Development
Children & Youth
Board Development, Children & Youth, Community


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Public Relations
  • Budgeting
  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach


  • Kids
  • Teens


  • 4 hours per week
  • Must live in NYC area

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