The Board of Directors supports the work of S.A.F.E. House and provides support, leadership and strategic governance. Board members participates in developing and monitoring strategic plans, short and long-term goals for the agency, monitors the agency's financial performance and program compliance. Board members bring personal and professional expertise to support the mission of the agency.
Exciting volunteer opportunity for Social Media Coordinator. Small, rapidly growing non-profit organization is seeking social media expert to develop and execute a strategy to expand and engage internet audience. Experience running successful online fundraising campaigns is helpful.
Founded in 1989, ReadWest is a non-profit organization that promotes adult literacy in the Rio Rancho and Albuquerque, NM area. With a team of 260 volunteers, we provide thousands of hours of free one-to-one tutoring each year to adults learning to read, write, and speak English. The support we provide increases basic survival skills, job skills, parenting skills, and employability. With our help, people can open new doors and transform their lives.
Help us to tell our story! Contact us to get involved in this fantastic opportunity to contribute to a meaningful cause. College students welcome to apply.
Please send resume and email cover note to Readwest@ReadWest.org
PCSA of NM is looking for a couple of interested persons to join our Board of Directors. We run avery active support network for 950 men in NM and out of state. PCSANM Services: If you have Prostate Cancer (PC) and if you need support; the PCSANM helps all interested individuals, and their families who are involved in fighting this disease. Services include: – Providing publications and other reading materials on a wide variety of PC subjects from our PCSANM office including new member folders – A Buddy List of people to call and discuss their treatment experience and side effects – Bi-monthly support meetings including presentations by Medical professionals expert in PC and related topics – Outreach activities at conferences, health fairs, speaking to organizations, and helping to support and sponsor PSA screening events
Help us build a sprung floor for dancers and families. Volunteers are needed in teams to carry plywood into studios and secure boards in place. No experience necessary - just a commitment to teamwork and a few muscles! *Carpentry experience welcomed. Sign up by calling (505) 224-9808.
This "Build a Sprung Floor" campaign is a long-time dream of the staff, teachers and dancers of Keshet. Please help us give this gift to the 1,000s of dancers (community, pre-professional and professional) that use Keshet Center for the Arts for their art, creativity, fitness...growth in life.
Public Art helps create a vibrant environment where people want to live, work, play and stay.
Board membership offers the opportunity to support how the city's Public Art collection reflects the spirit, diversity and creativity of the people who live here.
Director terms are three years. We meet a minimum of four times a year. We welcome and desire a diverse Board membership – i.e. artists, non-artists, age, culturally, gender, geographic, sexual orientation.
Become a Volunteer Mentor or Financial Coach: Mentors empower young people ages 14 to 25—who have or are aging out of the foster care system—to make healthy life choices by providing one-on-one role modeling, supportive guidance, and encouragement. Financial Coaches offer support to achieve personal goals.
This is our annual kickoff breakfast where we invite our Survivors, Team Leaders, and Sponsors out to get them excited about this year's walk. We need volunteers to direct parking, help register guests, pass out and collect information cards, and sell merchandise.
Serve on a board with a passion for cultivating and supporting multi-generational participation in local, traditional and contemporary Fiber Arts. If you have financial background and skills that would help up stay on track with our strategic plan and financial objectives, please come join us.
The Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico is offering another opportunity for our Volunteer Advocate 40 Hour Training. Become a part of our volunteer team and work with survivors of sexual assault to find resources and healing!
Training Dates will be: September 1st-3rd (Fri-Sun), 8th-10th(Fri-Sun). The training is two weekends long with Friday sessions going from 5:30pm-8pm and Saturday/Sunday sessions going from 9am-5pm.
The training is extensive, but volunteering afterward is rewarding, and the training is an amazing experience on any resume.
Meals on Wheels is looking for someone with a passion for writing and meeting new people to help us gather stories from our clients, donors, and volunteers. We have a number of clients, donors, and volunteers who have self identified as being willing and able to do an interview. We would like the volunteer to take the reigns and schedule, interview and compile stories. Ability to take pictures also a plus!
Join us as we plan for our first annual "Home is Where the Art Is" Silent Auction Event! We need passionate volunteers who are interested in giving back to their community through event coordination and management. Join us in planning and hosting an evening of art and entertainment. "Home is Where the Art Is" will feature artwork that makes a house a home. Committee members may volunteer to assist with picking up and organizing donated art, publicizing the event, recruiting artists to donate a piece of art, securing sponsorships, organizing event logistics, and setting up and managing the event.
We need volunteers to staff education booths, art & crafts, face painting, etc.
No experience necessary - just of love of nature and having fun!
You supply the enthusiasm - we supply everything else.
Event is rain or shine.
YDI Mentoring Initiative is looking for mentors for next school year!
Meet with a student age 6-14 1hr/week on school grounds between 9:00am and 3:00pm to help with homework, play activities, and most importantly be a positive role model in their lives.
Our Road to Recovery Program in Las Cruces provides free rides for cancer patients who have no way to get to their treatment appointments. Volunteer drivers donate their time using their own vehicles to get patients to and from the treatments they need.
We'll train you and give you the support you need to donate this life-saving service!
To qualify to become a Road to Recovery Driver: A current, valid driver's license, a good driving record, a safe and reliable vehicle and proof of car insurance. A background check is conducted on all volunteers. The American Cancer Society will provide the necessary training through our on-line Volunteer Learning Center, as well as support through our staff and volunteer structure.
Volunteers will help support RMHC staff during the golf tournament in various 3 hour shifts throughout the day from 7am-8pm. Volunteers will work as hole-in-one spotters, registration, relief, and sales.
Help our non-profit in our efforts to encourage more global awareness!
Our educational non-profit creates and markets globally-focused educational materials for educators, students, and adult learners. We are currently seeking an experienced and skilled social media specialist to help encourage more global awareness through our social media platforms. Hours are flexible.
For more information visit our website at www.global-awareness.org. Please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com Please join us in our worthwhile educational mission!
Looking for a community service opportunity that utilizes your current skill set, but is FUN!? OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring Program trains and places senior adults as reading mentors with elementary students in public schools. You'll meet with the same child weekly throughout the school year to read, talk, and write stories. No teaching experience is required; we emphasize your patience, compassion, and humor. By bringing the joy of reading to a young mind, you will also be a role model, a mentor and a friend to a student K-4! We will schedule your training and pay for your background check clearance. Join US!
The Board of the Southwest Women's Law Center seeks board members who support our mission of protecting reproductive freedom, lifting women and families out of poverty, and eliminating gender bias, discrimination, and harassment.
The board meets monthly. Board members may also serve on committees. We are actively seeking to recruit board members from groups and geographical areas not currently represented on our board, but all interested applicants are encouraged to contact us.
Board members are encouraged to assist us in areas where they have expertise or experience.
Loving Thunder Therapeutic Riding, inc. has an immediate opening for the position of Volunteer Coordinator. Duties consist of, but may not be limited to:
• Assist in recruiting new volunteers
• Intake of applications and database entry
• Conduct Orientation classes and assists in future training
• Keep detailed records of volunteers' information and assignments
• Monitor schedules for volunteering gaps and solicits for help when needed
• Assist in providing recognition and awards
Would you like to help disabled children, adults, or veterans learn to ride a horse? If so, you have just found your golden opportunity! Loving Thunder is the first and only Premier Accredited Path Intl center in New Mexico. We are looking for dedicated volunteers to help with Horse Leading and side walking for our Therapeutic Horseback riding program. We are located in Rio Rancho and have opportunities to help on Wed, Thur, Fri, & Sat . We offer riding lessons to special needs individuals who require more support than is currently available in a regular stables. Our riders have a variety of disabilities, such as autism, downs syndrome, developmental delay, stroke, ALS, PTSD, etc. We also have barn assistant, fundraising, volunteer management and Board of Director opportunities available. Please visit our website for more information: www.lovingthunder.com
Volunteer position available, six hours a week for one month. Above average website maintenance and social media development skills are sought. Will also be asking for staff training.
Volunteer or internship position available.
Above average QuickBooks and Microsoft Office skills are sought. Will be asking for transaction entry and record reconciliation, as well as training staff on using QuickBooks. Additional computer system development and maintenance may be undertaken based on the candidate's interests and the needs of the organization.
Front desk receptionist duties to include answering phones, directing calls, assisting walk ins, general mailing, resource room stocking and office supply inventory. Administrative Assistant duties include data entry of helpline calls and daily donation entries. Other Administrative work may include assistance with fundraising event preparation in the office.
Oasis Intergenerational Tutoring program is a volunteer opportunity designed to engage committed adults who share their time and talents by providing individual attention to K-3 students. The program is conducted in collaboration with Albuquerque (APS), Rio Rancho (RRPS) and Bernalillo (BPS) Public Elementary Schools. Oasis volunteers are trained then paired with students who teachers feel will benefit from a caring, one-on-one mentoring relationship. Serving as reading mentors, the volunteers plan weekly sessions utilizing a research based, six-step literacy approach. The program concept is to be engaging, to share the joy of books and to be fun for both the mentor and the student. Reading mentors help students build confidence and experience success in planned sessions based on both the student and the mentor's interest.
The Board of Directors supports the work of PRO and provides mission-based leadership and strategic governance. Specific Board Member responsibilities include strategic planning, selecting and evaluating the Executive Director, ensuring adequate financial resources and effective financial management, monitoring and strengthening programs and services, enhancing the organization's public standing, recruiting and orienting new board members and assessing overall board performance.
Board terms/participation PRO's Board Members serve a two-year term to be eligible for re-appointment. Board meetings are held quarterly in Albuquerque and may be joined by video conference for those outside of the metro area. Parents of children (up to age 26) eligible for special education are particularly encouraged to apply.
Our Fundraising Director will collaborate with the MSI board and administrators in various fundraising activities, from grant writing to fundraising events and/or crowdfunding projects. We are hoping to have someone with significant knowledge and/or experience in non-profit fundraising who will know how best to help the organization realize it's mission.
Reading Works is an adult literacy program. We developed a proprietary curriculum and need assistance developing a marketing plan to distribute and sell it to the public.
The Albuquerque Opportunity Center is an overnight shelter for males experiencing homelessness. Part of making the shelter a safe, comfortable place is having a garden. Do you like working with flowers? With vegetables? Come help us plan and/or work in the garden. We have garden beds ready to go!
Please contact Denise Garcia at (505) 344-2323 if you would like to help out. We are flexible in our scheduling.
Animal-Kind International supports 11 animal welfare organizations: 7 in Africa, 3 in Latin America/Caribbean, 1 in Armenia. We've been in existence for 10 years, and we've reached a plateau. We want to improve our SEO! We know that when people find us, they're interested in what we do, and when people donate to us, they usually donate a 2nd time and more--but 1st, they need to find us! Besides our ongoing efforts to get information out about AKI through radio, print and online, we've identified SEO as one of the keys to getting greater visibility for us, but more importantly, for the 11 organizations we support. See our website, https://www.animal-kind.org/ We'd like to have a volunteer (we are an all-volunteer group) to help with SEO. If the volunteer would like to become a board member, we'd welcome that, but it's certainly not required. The volunteer can work any days, any times, any amount, and work from home.
Dependent upon volunteer skills and willingness. Bring us your strengths.
Board member or project coordinator. Do you like to support positive change in our local and global community? Our program connects youth around the world one to one, developing empathy, collaboration and service. At a local level we create Youth Summits bringing together refugee and non-refugee high school students to work together, making our community a more inclusive and welcoming one for all. Get involved and be the change!
Duke City Wheelmen can use your help at aid stations for cyclists participating in our fundraiser cycling event.
Duke City Wheelmen will provide everything you need to assist cyclists during the event. Volunteers will staff the aid station and be prepared in case any mishap occurred. Volunteers may also be able to help with registration, sweeping the course and with other aspects of promoting and running an non-competative cycling event, as interest and time allow. A short training will be held before the event.
Volunteers needed to provide childcare while grandparents are in peer support groups, facilitators also needed to run support groups. All volunteers complete short training and are supported by GRG program manager.
The Friends of Valle de Oro Urban Wildlife Refuge is about to embark on a Capital Campaign and we are seeking a Board member with strong fundraising skills and experience. We are a working board that works together very well. We have a full-time Executive Director that has strong administrative and partnering skills.
Adult literacy program needs a volunteer to manage our Facebook and Twitter. Help us get the word out about literacy.
We are searching for energetic, enthusiastic, and dependable members to add to our Board of Directors. Someone with passion for New Mexico's wildlife and natural resources, who is not afraid to call their friends, co-workers, and associates to promote the organization. We are seeking fresh ideas and effective fundraising efforts. Commitment requires monthly or every-other-month meetings, some attendance at special events, and a desire to make a difference.
We are looking for adults (over 18 years old) with a passion for wildlife and the environment to volunteer in various areas of our Center. Most immediate needs are for greeters/front office help on Saturdays, and animal care and maintenance project volunteers Monday through Saturday. Volunteers help with everything from cleaning animal enclosures and preparing their food, to light office work, youth education programs, fundraising events, and many other tasks, depending on your schedule and interest.
Reading Works is an effective nonprofit that provides free literacy tutoring - including English language acquisition - to adults. Our work changes lives and you can be part of it. Board Members serve as ambassadors for Reading Works, provide leadership and governance in the execution of our mission, provide budgetary oversight and raise funds.
We need 3-4 volunteers to help us travel the globe on Monday afternoons during our Summer Enrichment Program. We need volunteers to help facilitate 2 hours of fun games, reading, singing and creating for kids ages Kinder - 5th grade. All lessons, games and activities will be planned. We just need smiling, caring, and patient helpers to make our time together safe and fun for everyone. Visit http://bttr.im/sigpv for more details.
ECM is seeking a volunteer instructor for a kids' beginning guitar class.
The class would be for up to 8 elementary or middle-school age kids and would meet once a week for 45 minutes to an hour. The day and time for the class is flexible, depending on the volunteer's schedule. The initial commitment would be for 8 weeks this summer, beginning the first week of June, with the possibility of continuing in the fall.
We need volunteers to help us staff the NM State Fair booth in September. You will be trained for this event and there will always be a supervisor at the booth as well. You may be asked basic questions about abortion, euthanasia, infanticide or membership. Shifts are 2 hours each time you are scheduled. We prefer people stand a majority of the time that you are in the booth, although there will be chairs to provide a break.
Home Teams support neighbors who have recently been housed through the Albuquerque Heading Home Initiative. Groups of 3-5 volunteers support one neighbor in re-engaging with the community. Activities, which are determined by the Home Team and their neighbor, often include visiting parks and museums, celebrating birthdays, and attending medical appointments.
An all-day orientation on a Saturday is required prior to participating in the Home Teams Program. Schedules are flexible, determined by the Home Team and their neighbor.
Help someone exiting homelessness in furnishing their new home. We need strong volunteers who are able to lift 50 lbs. for pick-up and delivery of furniture donations.
If you love to work with plants, this is a great opportunity. We need individuals or small groups to help with transplanting pots, weeding, watering and feeling one with nature! If you don't mind a little hard work, give us a call!
We are looking for people to help with the final touches and execution of our annual fundraising Gala. We would like to have people available to help with setup and preparation for the Gala on August 11th. We would like to have several people available to help check in guests. We would also like to have them help with the the packaging and disbursement of auction items.
KiteFest is Alta Mira's annual fundraising event. It is held at Balloon Fiesta Park from 10 am - 4 pm. We are fortunate to be sponsored by and have the expertise of folks from the American Kitefliers Association. The gentlemen who run the Kite Making and Kite Hospital will teach volunteers how to make and fix kites, so that throughout the day we can support a variety of kite fliers. It is a fun family friendly day with plenty of activity, food and some of the biggest and best kites flying in the warm NM sun. We have two hour shifts beginning at 9 am.
September 22 & 23, 2017 dentists, dental professionals and hundreds of community volunteers will donate their time and talents to bring free dental care to those who can't afford it. It's the New Mexico #MissionofMercy 2-day event at the Albuquerque Convention Center. For more information go to http://www.nmdentalfoundation.org #GivingBack
Follow us on twitter @NMDentalFndn and like us on facebook @NMMissionOfMercy
• Help set tables
• Help prepare food
• Arts and crafts
• Interact with participants
• Eat dinner
Assist with seeking donations for our raffle drive, picking up donations, helping put together raffle prize packages, setting up prize packages day of event, pre-sale of raffle tickets and sales of raffle tickets day of event.
Docents guide tours of Casa for small groups of visiting public. Tours are theme-based and training is provided. Tours are one hour in length. Docents also lead school groups and summer camps (except during December and January when the Museum is closed). Most visiting school groups are in the third to eighth grades, however we try to accommodate as many interested groups as we can. During special events visitors tour the property at their own pace interacting with docents at stations throughout. At these times, docents help with crowd control and safety for the museum furnishings as well as education. They may also assist by leading a simple craft or other activity.
Unload food truck, sort and inventory food, pack and load food, transport food to pantries, assist in pantry
Guest Chefs prepare dinner for families (60 people) staying at the Ronald McDonald House. Without the burden of grocery shopping and cooking, families have more time, energy and resources to devote to the care of their child in the hospital. Meals give added nourishment and allow families to take a small break from their hospital duties. Meals are prepared by talented volunteers and groups.
Place labels on brochures, inventory records and help develop new referral resource listing
Our grantmaking is community-driven. CPA volunteers help us assess the financial health of grant applicants. This assessment is an extremely important part of our commitment to being good stewards of donor dollars.
WHAT TO EXPECT IF YOU VOLUNTEER:
CPA volunteers will meet at the United Way of Central New Mexico offices to review the financials of nonprofit organizations from the central New Mexico area. Based on established criteria, CPA volunteers will determine the financial health of nonprofit agency applicants.Experienced volunteers and staff will be onsite to answer any questions about process and criteria.
To learn more about the Community Fund, please visit our website at: www.uwcnm.org
A board of directors is a body of elected or appointed members who jointly oversee the activities of a company or organization. Other names include board of governors, board of managers, board of regents, board of trustees, and board of visitors. It may also be called "the executive board" and is often simply referred to as "the board".
The New Mexico Parkinson's Disease Coalition (NMPDC) is a 501(c) (3), supports the Parkinson community through education, resources, support and advocacy. We are looking for a Board Treasurer and a Board Member who wishes to help people diagnosed with Parkinson's.
Volunteering schedules are extremely flexible and individuals are encouraged to extend a helping hand with any of our volunteer opportunities. These opportunities include home hospitality, home stays, escorting, helping with Global Ties events, and connecting with individuals from around the world. To volunteer your time and engage with international visitors, it costs nothing!
We believe that anyone should be able to help build bridges among nations. Please visit our website for more information on how you can get involved and sign up today!
Membership applications can be found under the "Get Involved" tab at our website http://www.globaltiesabq.org/ Please feel free to contact us through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 505-888-1867
The board is interviewing candidates for a treasurer. If you have accounting experience and are interested in interviewing for the position, please submit a resume to Richard Holder – email@example.com.
The Treasurer shall assure the financial accountability of the organization.
The Treasurer shall:
• Give assistance and expertise with funds and securities of the corporation
• Assist in the preparation of the yearly budget
• Perform all of the duties incident to the office of the Treasurer and such other duties as from time to time may be assigned to him/her by the President of the Board
The time commitment is 2-3 hours/month and Board meetings 2-3 hours quarterly.
Wings For L.I.F.E. has a FREE special tutoring program for children of all ages. Tutors will offer help with homework, read to & with all children, & help with any classroom needs they may have.
WHO: Students of all ages
WHEN: 1st four Monday evenings of the month, 6:00—7:30 pm
Dinner: 6—6:30 pm (For the whole family)
WFL Tutoring: 6:30—7:30 pm (For anyone who needs help)
Adult Programming: 6:30—7:30 pm
WHERE: 1st & 3rd Mondays: St. John's United Methodist Church, 2626 Arizona NE
2nd & 4th Mondays: Second Presbyterian Church, 812 Edith Blvd (Corner Edith & Lomas)
BRING: Books and homework to work on after family dinner at WFL
WHY: To help students do better in school & because we care!
For More Information call: 505-291-6412 or 505-717-7221 or reply by email by clicking Volunteer Now above. PLEASE RSVP so we have enough food for dinner.
Help set up and break down cages for cats and dogs, help prospective adopters with animals, help socialize animals while at clinic
Help take care of the many cats in our cattery. This could include scooping litter, feeding, changing water, and sweeping. Also socializing with the cats!
Come join us at HFHT and help build homes, community, and hope. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups. From building houses to assisting in the ReStore to helping out with office tasks or working at special events there is something for you.
Taos is a great place to visit for a week-long group building experience! And it's an equally wonderful experience for a company, church, or group to bond while helping the community.
Call the HFHT office at 575-758-7827 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.