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Join a non-profit board! There are many reasons to joining one and here is some copy explaining that. We love supporting our community and other stuff and you can do that by joining a board! Take a look at some board openings below. They're all great opportunities.

Joshua's House Hospice board position

Posted: 1/19/2021
Do you want to be a Hero for the Homeless? Joshua’s House Hospice, the first such facility to care for terminally ill homeless men and women on the West Coast, is seeking a small group of new members for its Board of Directors. We are seeking individuals who are committed to reducing the number of terminally ill homeless folks dying on our streets and along our rivers, have healthcare and/or hospice experience, and are capable of helping to raise money and increase community awareness about the need for hospice care for this population.

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American River Natural History Association board position

Posted: 12/10/2020
The Natural History Association is seeking new candidates who are interested in serving on our Board of Directors.  We are currently seeking individuals who are Certified Public Accountants as well as real estate developers, building contractors, human resources, and public sector professionals - but all good people regardless of professional background will be considered!  All interested candidates should contact Laurie Weir, Board President at [email protected] or (916)402-9496.

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Alchemist Community Development Corporation (CDC) board position

Posted: 12/8/2020

We are a community nonprofit organization based in Sacramento that is looking for local leaders to further social justice and community-driven deliverables.

The Organization: Alchemist Community Development Corporation (CDC) is a mission- driven organization that connects communities to land, food and opportunity. Community development corporations are historically known for responding to their community's greatest needs. Alchemist CDC is known for enhancing the quality of life in under-resourced communities by improving access to healthy foods, implementing community-supported garden projects, and fostering economic self-sufficiency through business entrepreneurship.

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