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Women's Leadership Council

The Emily Program Foundation

Jan. 1, 2019, midnight - Dec. 31, 2019, midnight

Women’s Leadership Council is a leadership society for female donors to make a direct impact in the community by raising funds for and awareness of The Emily Program Foundation’s programs and mission to empower the prevention of eating disorders and strengthen support for recovery throughout the Twin Cities and across the country. Women who make a gift of at least $500 or are part of a combined gift of $1000 or more are invited to join.PURPOSE:The purpose of the Women’s Leadership Council ("Council") is to encourage leadership-level giving among women in our community through focused initiatives targeting-and positively influencing-awareness around eating disorder prevention and support. The Council will encourage donors to support its activities through volunteering, networking/social media, and fundraising.The Council will provide a forum for its members to network and collaborate for the purpose of advancing The Emily Program Foundation’s mission and programs. Specifically, the Council will:Directly support the Foundation’s existing fundraising and awareness-building efforts, andAdvance the Council’s best new ideas for raising funds and building awareness.RESPONSIBILITIES:Assist in the development of strategies to retain female leadership donors and increase the total number of Women’s Leadership members.Participate in at least one Women’s Leadership sub-committee.Identify new prospects for individual leadership gifts, and introduce prospects to the Foundation’s executive director/development team.Attend Women’s Leadership quarterly council meetings.Help recruit sponsors, market, and attend Foundation events, including a spring luncheon (March), a spring/early-summer gala (May), and help lead the planning and execution of a strategic summer fundraiser event (June/July).Participate in other Foundation volunteer opportunities, when possible.Be a Women’s Leadership member with a contribution of at least $500 individually or a combined gift of at least $1000

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The Emily Program Foundation
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416

Food Truck Volunteer

Urban Ventures

July 23, 2019, 9:30 a.m. - Sept. 25, 2019, 2 p.m.

This summer, our Minneapolis food stand will be open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays starting on July 23rd and running until mid-September. Our Farm & Nutrition team is looking for volunteers who would take a shift on one of those days and help run our (stationary) Food Truck. Seeking volunteers who can be consistent.Dates: Tuesdays and Wednesdays (July 23rd - September 25th)Times: 9:30am - 2:00pm (Shifts will be split from 9:30am - 11:30am and 11:30am - 2:00pm) 9:30am - 11:30am Shift:Volunteer would work with our high school interns to harvest vegetables needed for salad (lettuce, cucumber, radish, onion, etc. whatever is ready that week!)Wash, chop and prepare the vegetables for the salad (our interns under 16 are not allowed to use knives, but they are free to tear greens)11:30am - 2:00pm Shift:The market will be open during this timeVolunteers will be in the truck assisting students with taking orders, preparing salads, preparing pizza (made right next to the truck in our woodfire pizza oven), serving food, etc.Volunteers will start clean up around 1:30pmExpectations:We are looking for 2 consistent volunteers for each shift, each day. If you have an interest, you could stay and cover both of the shifts.Requirements:* All volunteers will be trained in before volunteering* All volunteers must be 18 years* All volunteers must complete a Background Check

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2852 5th Ave S
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408

Board Member

Southside Services Inc

Aug. 19, 2019, midnight - June 21, 2021, midnight

BOARD MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES SOUTHSIDE SERVICESWe seek Board members looking to make an impact! We provide resources and support to adults and youth with developmental disabilities, helping them become more independent, engaged members of the community. How we do this:Southside Services mission is to enhance the capacity of adults and youth with cognitive and other developmental disabilities to become increasingly active, contributing members of their community. Southside Services is rooted in a strengths and relationship-based programmatic framework that recognizes peoples’ abilities and values full community integration. Key organizational goals include: (1) meeting participant’s immediate independent living needs; (2) promoting participant’s community integration and social skill development; and (3) enhancing participant’s economic position.Primary Responsibilities of Board Members:Southside Services board members voluntarily govern the activities of this IRS sanctioned 501 c3 non-profit corporation. Board members have voting rights and responsibilities in establishing and overseeing policies and procedures that ensure the effectiveness of the organization’s finances, programs and overall operations. Background or expertise in Marketing or Fundraising helpful but not required.Service Commitment:Southside Services board members intend to serve 2-year terms and typically contribute approximately 2-4 monthly hours of voluntary service, in committee, board meetings and volunteer activities.Key Responsibilities:Prepare for board meetings by reviewing all decision making materials in advance of meetingsAttend regularly scheduled board meetings and other scheduled activitiesExercise voting rights and responsibilities to advance the mission of the organizationEnsure the appropriate systems are in place to evaluate the effectiveness of the organizationContribute skills, knowledge and experienceAssume leadership roles if/when nominated by fellow board membersRepresent the organization at various functionsAdhere to the organization’s code of conduct and conflict of interest policyFor more information or to apply:

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1845 E. Lake St.
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407

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