Are you interested in volunteering, event planning, fundraising and/or business development?
Join Our NextGen Board
Support families experiencing separation or divorce through board membership with fellow young professionals.
Act as brand ambassadors for the organization
Grow your personal and professional network
Fundraise for FamilyKind through outreach and events
Plan social & educational events and webinars
Contribute to a cause that positively impacts families as they reconfigure through separation or divorce
For more information and to learn about membership, email us at NextGen@familykind.org
NEXTGEN BOARD MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES
We’re looking for young professionals (21+) who are committed to the mission of familykind to:
NextGen Board Members will serve at least a one-year term. There are no term limits and if necessary, the board will re-evaluate their members on an annual basis. NextGen Board meetings will typically be held quarterly in advance of the quarterly Board meetings. In addition, each NextGen Board member is expected to participate in two fundraisers each year. NextGen Board members may also be asked to attend special events.
Typical NextGen Board Member Responsibilities
Ensure effective planning. The NextGen Board assists in implementing and monitoring the Board’s strategic plans and goals.
Enhance the organization’s public standing. The board should clearly articulate the organization’s mission, accomplishments, and goals to the public and garner support from the community.
Build a competent NextGen Board. All NextGen board members have a responsibility to articulate prerequisites for candidates, orient new members, and periodically and comprehensively evaluate their own performance.
Create fundraising initiatives. The NextGen Board is committed to creating and establishing fundraising events and support FamilyKind annual Gala and events sponsored by the Board of FamilyKind.
NextGen Board Member Dues
Give or get policy will be used to collect the NextGen Board dues. Each board member will agree to either donate (give) the required amount of dues, paid for out of their own personal resources. Or they agree to raise the equivalent amount from others.
Have an immediate and lasting impact
Gain expertise on complex issues
Build valuable networks and relationships
Grow as a leader the only way you can –through experience
Community recognition channel creative energy
The need is great, if not you, who?