AchieveKids Development Committee Community Volunteers
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Being a member of our non-profit board committee provides an excellent opportunity to give back to the community while using unique skills and expertise to support a critical need.
Committee volunteers are able to:
- Leverage their business and community perspectives to support the AchieveKids mission
- Participate in a dynamic, diverse, and committed team
- Build strong relationships with other board and community leaders
- Gain respect from colleagues, clients, and peers
- Make a positive difference in the community
Expectations of AchieveKids Development Committee Members:
- Assist with fundraising through corporate or individual contributions, event sponsorship, in-kind donations, or grants.
- Support the marketing efforts of the agency through website, social media, and marketing collateral describing the agency's services and impact.
- Increase community awareness of the agency.
- Provide strategic direction and insight to the management team through committee participation.
If you are interested in pursuing this volunteer opportunity, please contact Kathy Kriese at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3860 MIDDLEFIELD RD, PALO ALTO, CA 94303, US
AchieveKids creates greater opportunity in the lives of students in special education through exceptional schools and collaborative educational services that enable students with special needs to thrive.
Over 60 years ago, a group of deeply-committed parents created a space where their children could interact, regardless of their challenges. Their vision was for each child to reach their potential, achieve greater self-reliance, and gain more independence. In August, 1960 these parents established a center where day care and treatment could be professionally provided to their children while they continued to live at home. This initial dream served as the catalyst for the birth of AchieveKids. Today, our staff provides special education and mental health services to students between the ages of 5 and 22 at our campuses in Palo Alto and San Jose. They are supported by collaborative corporate partners within the community who provide vocational opportunities for students over age 16 as well as numerous volunteers who help raise funds and serve on various committees.
3860 Middlefield RoadPalo Alto, CA 94303
January 22, 2023
- Interactive/Social Media/SEO
- Social Media / Blogging
- Grant Writing / Research
- Community Outreach
- Internet Research
- Most committee members spend about 5 hours per month on committee activities.