46 people are interested
Planet Rehab seeking committed Environmentalists to join Board
ORGANIZATION: Planet Rehab
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46 people are interested
There has never been a more exciting time to become a Board Member of Planet Rehab!
In 2019 we relocated to Panama to focus on creating Reforestation Projects and work with Endangered Species! We are very proud of the work that we are accomplishing. In the past 1.5 years we have planted over 6000 Endangered Trees in 7 islands and 4 Mainland areas. We have also worked with 3 Ngobe Villages by growing sustainable, highly nutritious Fruit Trees and Veggies, provided them with permaculture tools and taught them how to cook with these Fruits and Veggies to not only provide them with a healthy and sustainable food source, but also help to protect the ambient Rainforest! We are providing educational onsite forums for 1000's of people. But to continue growing and achieving our goals we need Committed, Passionate & Talented people to join our Board to help save Animals and their Habitats! Please read on for more details!
We are also educating Globally via TED Talks (see our Director's TED Talk as presented for the 2020 TED X International Conference in Norway https://youtu.be/ILKnffjyOhA), our interview with Support & Feed Founder Maggie M Baird (and mother of Billie Eilish) at @MaggieMBaird Instagram, our work with Institute of Tropical Ecology and Conservation, NCCCA, Miss Panama, Animalista and more.
Planet Rehab’s board is seeking to appoint new board members to ensure we have the capacity and skills to oversee the next phase of our work; expanding our influence in the community and raising the funds necessary to do so.
The roles are unpaid voluntary positions.
Board members are expected to attend 6 board meetings per year and participate in Planet Rehab outreach activities.
About Planet Rehab
Planet Rehab was founded in 2003 and is an environmental nonprofit organization (501 c3) dedicated to raising awareness of the desperate state of the planet and making a difference in habitat protection and restoration. We have a strong track record for coordinating numerous events including helping in the organization of the largest climate rally in the history of Los Angeles. In addition, we host beach cleanups, presentations, and festivals to gain support and raise awareness, as well as tours at our animal sanctuary.
We are excited about our new presence in Panama where we have begun reforesting Central American rainforests as well as helping natives live more sustainable lives. This will be an opportunity for Board Members to help mount this exciting venture to help us expand these programs and spearhead our Endangered Species Program, Chapter facilitation, and Coral restoration.
We would like to work toward expanding our reach into the local communities as well as developing an international presence.
- Commitment to the objectives of Planet Rehab
- Passion towards making a difference
- Donation development
- Public relations
- Strategic planning skills
- Board development
- Strong written and verbal communication
How to apply
After reading the campaigns on our website ( www.planetrehab.org), please submit a CV and cover letter, stating why you wish to be considered as a board member, to Gary Mitchell and Skye Rummer by email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, check your SPAM folders if you do not hear from us within 1-2 days!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Planet Rehab
2745 W Dalepark Dr., San Dimas, CA 91773, US
Planet Rehab's mission is to raise awareness of current environmental challenges, educate all ages as to what can be done to protect existing eco systems. One of the ways Planet Rehab seeks to effect change is through our Just One Tree program where we are currently reforesting areas of Panama with the Endangered Almendro Tree. See our website planetrehab.org for more information.
Seeking volunteers to assist in our fundraising goals
Seeking volunteers to help with non-profit compliance
Seeking volunteers to arrange presentations
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
January 11, 2023
- Resource Development / Management
- Environmental Education
- Environmental Policy
- Business Development
- Habitat Restoration
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 10 hr/week