Board Member and Board Committee Volunteers
ORGANIZATION: Clausen House
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Share your talents with our amazing community of adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Clausen House is seeking Board members and volunteers to support Board committees. We are especially interested in people with experience and interest in development, in community relations, in finance or audit, and in strategic planning. Empathy for intellectually/developmentally disabled adults is a must. Experience serving on a non-profit board of directors a plus but not a requirement.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Clausen House
88 Vernon Street, Oakland, CA 94610, US
The mission of Clausen House is to create opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities to gain competency, develop relationships and join the community with increasing command over their own lives.
We provide residential services, independent and supported living, supported employment, adult education, and social recreation. We celebrate the diversity of the Bay Area and work toward reflecting this diversity throughout our organization.
As a pioneer in serving people with developmental disabilities, Clausen House is proud to have helped change public beliefs and perceptions. Our clients are an asset to the community, rather than a "needy" population. They've discovered ways of giving back to the community as good neighbors, employees, and volunteers.
At Clausen House, our core belief is that every human being is endowed with unique potential that is theirs to develop. We encourage our clients to make the most of their gifts and abilities, live up to their individual responsibilities, and become integrated into the community at large.
88 Vernon StreetOakland, CA 94610
August 13, 2022
- Orientation or Training
- Board members typically volunteer 5-10 hours per month; committee members, 2-5 hours/month. We try to use Zoom or similar as much as possible.
- See Clausen House on Facebook or LinkedIn, or at www.clausenhouse.org.