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Have you served a non-profit board? Poll is created on October 17, 2019 11:33 am

  
  
  

Non-profit board / finance pro  


Nicole Anderson
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I serve the 15-seat board of a small 501(c)3 nonprofit organization ($300k budget) that helps  Milwaukee teens develop career skills through the arts. We are seeking volunteers with accounting/finance background that could serve our finance committee and potentially become our next Treasurer. If anyone in the nation may be interested, or can suggest where we might network to find individuals like this, please let me know?

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Dan Zautis
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Hi, Nicole. Patina has a relationship with Catch A Fire, visit  https://www.catchafire.org/discover/  and   https://www.catchafire.org

They help non-profits and volunteers connect. Most often for business needs like the one you have.  Catchafire’s mission is "to provide talented individuals with meaningful pro bono experiences in order to build capacity for social good organizations." 

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Kevin Broz
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Joined: 2 months ago

I am a relatively new board member of a mental health non-profit based in Chicago, but with a national reach - NoStigmas - www.nostigmas.org

NoStigmas is a peer-to-peer community-within-community support network built by and for those whose lives are affected by mental illness and suicide. 

The mission is to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health and assist in providing peer support mental health communities everywhere.

We also offer training programs for institutions, companies, organizations, etc., large and small, interested in educating their managers as to mental health issues, what to look for and be aware of in order to provide compassionate support for their workforce. Mental illness is a protected class within the ADA so it is important that employers are informed, not just in order to minimize employer liability, but also to show compassion and genuine interest in the health and well being of their teams.

 

 

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