UNA Nonprofit Board Connect

The Utah Nonprofits Association is proud to offer a new tool for nonprofit organizations to announce Board of Director and Board Committee vacancies. This recruitment tool is an exclusive benefit for UNA Members.  Member organizations can post listings for free of charge here (UNA member login required).  

Individuals interested in a Board of Directors/Board Committee opening may click on each organizations name or the "Read More..." button to display additional information and instructions on how to apply.  Please note that UNA does not solicit individual resumes and does not have any additional information on the positions listed. All relevant inquiries should be made directly with the organizations with the open positions as listed in the individual postings.

 

 

Shimmer Sparkle Shine Project - Fundraising and Finance Committee

22 May 2019

We help girls realize and develop their sense of self-worth through preparing and hosting free workshops and classes that focus on raising self worth with an emphasis in our "5 Keys" to healthy self esteem; Personality, Comfort In Your Own Skin, Healthy Living, Good/Bad Friends, and Making Your Mark. We are looking to find members for our Fundraising and Finance Committee.

Women of the World - Board Member

21 May 2019

Since 2009, Women of the World has helped forcibly displaced women make Salt Lake City their home & build community through self-reliance and trust.

OUR MISSION
Empowering women from all nations to achieve independence, economic success, and a voice in the community.

Women of the World - Board Member

21 May 2019

Since 2009, Women of the World has helped forcibly displaced women make Salt Lake City their home & build community through self-reliance and trust.

OUR MISSION
Empowering women from all nations to achieve independence, economic success, and a voice in the community.

The Jordan River Foundation - Board of Trustees Member

20 May 2019

Our mission is to provide funding to preserve and enhance life and enjoyment of this community asset known as the Jordan River Parkway.

We support projects for the establishment and maintenance of a public parkway including the development of recreation, water quality, conservation, restoration and wildlife resources.  

We also support education and events for sharing knowledge in order to increase awareness and community experience of this 50-mile plus blue-green natural jewel within the densest urban population of Utah.

Utah Society for Environmental Education - Board Treasurer

01 May 2019

Since 1981 the Utah Society for Environmental Education (USEE) has encouraged environmental literacy by teaching Utahns how to think, not what to think, about the environment. This small but powerful organization is in need of a Board Treasurer.

As the USEE Board Treasurer you will be instrumental in growing this organization for years to come, helping to solve organizational problems and committing to ensuring children and adults have access to quality environmental education and literacy programs. While Board Members are asked to give a financial contribution that is significant to them, this is a working board. Beyond giving and attendance at meetings, Board Members should be able to contribute their time and talents to making USEE a sustainable organization. To be considered, or for more information, please contact Alex Porpora, director@usee.org.

Board Treasurer Duties

• Attend monthly meetings and the annual Board Retreat
• Spend an average of 6 hours per month on USEE.
• Serve full, active, 3 year terms up to a maximum of 6 years.
• Be active contributors to discussions at meetings.
• Represent the organization positively and enthusiastically to others in the community.
• Actively participate on a minimum of one committee.
• Help as often as possible at larger USEE events, including but not limited to the USEE Conference, Fundraising Events, Outreach Events, etc.
• Directly donate a personally substantial amount to USEE per year.
• Commit to raise an individually decided upon amount of funds for USEE per year.
• Actively engage in fundraising efforts.
• Work with the whole Board on larger issues and financial supervision.
• Be prepared for Board meetings by reviewing previous meeting’s minutes, reviewing committee reports, reviewing financials and agenda, and being prepared for discussion items.
• Be familiar with the USEE Bylaws and attend to other duties as specified by the Bylaws.

American Red Cross - Northern Utah

07 May 2019

A Board Member is a passionate leader who desires to make a positive impact on the community through their engagement in the Red Cross mission. In partnership with the local Executive, a board member will focus outwardly into the community to effectively mobilize support and resources around the Red Cross mission:

 

  • Serves as the “Face of Red Cross” to maximize Red Cross presence and connectivity in a community
  • Actively develops and grows financial resources to live out the mission
  • Helps support mission delivery by connecting to and building relationships with strategic partners and volunteers
  • Supports and advocates for “One Red Cross,” as appropriate – Disaster, Service to the Armed Forces, Blood, Health and Safety, and International.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. RED CROSS PRESENCE & CONNECTIVITY: In partnership with the Executive, develops and implements strategies to achieve and maintain positive awareness of the Red Cross. Serves as the “Face of the Red Cross” in the community, representing the organization among various stakeholders, including government, community/civic, faith-based, educational, military, political, corporate, etc. Examples: Accept a Red Cross Month proclamation at a city council meeting. Visibly wear Red Cross board member pin. Make a presentation about Red Cross (Rotary, Chamber or other). Post Red Cross involvement on personal social networking sites (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
  2. FUNDRAISING/FRIEND-RAISING: Partners with the Executive to develop and implement fundraising plans and strategies to ensure that revenue targets are achieved in order to deliver essential Red Cross services, locally, nationally and internationally. Engage and leverage their network of personal and professional associates to help achieve revenue targets. Identify, cultivate and steward potential and existing donors of influence and affluence. Actively serve on committee(s) focused on individual, corporate, foundation and/or special event channels. Examples: Make an annual gift to the Board Campaign making Red Cross one of top-3 organizations for personal giving. Reach into individual network to identify new donors for the organization. Help reconnect former donors who have lapsed in giving. Participate on donor visits. Thank donors with handwritten notes and/or phonathons.
  3. MISSION CAPACITY BUILDING: Engage and leverage their network of personal and professional associates to cultivate and steward external partner relationships that create and maintain mission capacity. Support building capacity for service delivery through the effective involvement and engagement of volunteer groups and partners. Help ensure Red Cross represents the diversity of the community served.
  4. AMBASSADOR FOR ONE RED CROSS: Promote visibility/awareness across entire mission as appropriate – disaster, service to armed forces, blood, health and safety, and international. Cultivate and steward external relationships that create and maintain connectedness within the community. Support building capacity for all lines of service delivery through the effective involvement and engagement of volunteers and partners. Examples: Coordinate a presentation or training for their personal workplace or affiliated group. Encourage business, place of worship to conduct a blood drive.

 

American Red Cross - Central Utah

07 May 2019

A Board Member is a passionate leader who desires to make a positive impact on the community through their engagement in the Red Cross mission. In partnership with the local Executive, a board member will focus outwardly into the community to effectively mobilize support and resources around the Red Cross mission:

  • Serves as the “Face of Red Cross” to maximize Red Cross presence and connectivity in a community
  • Actively develops and grows financial resources to live out the mission
  • Helps support mission delivery by connecting to and building relationships with strategic partners and volunteers
  • Supports and advocates for “One Red Cross,” as appropriate – Disaster, Service to the Armed Forces, Blood, Health and Safety, and International.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. RED CROSS PRESENCE & CONNECTIVITY: In partnership with the Executive, develops and implements strategies to achieve and maintain positive awareness of the Red Cross. Serves as the “Face of the Red Cross” in the community, representing the organization among various stakeholders, including government, community/civic, faith-based, educational, military, political, corporate, etc. Examples: Accept a Red Cross Month proclamation at a city council meeting. Visibly wear Red Cross board member pin. Make a presentation about Red Cross (Rotary, Chamber or other). Post Red Cross involvement on personal social networking sites (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
  2. FUNDRAISING/FRIEND-RAISING: Partners with the Executive to develop and implement fundraising plans and strategies to ensure that revenue targets are achieved in order to deliver essential Red Cross services, locally, nationally and internationally. Engage and leverage their network of personal and professional associates to help achieve revenue targets. Identify, cultivate and steward potential and existing donors of influence and affluence. Actively serve on committee(s) focused on individual, corporate, foundation and/or special event channels. Examples: Make an annual gift to the Board Campaign making Red Cross one of top-3 organizations for personal giving. Reach into individual network to identify new donors for the organization. Help reconnect former donors who have lapsed in giving. Participate on donor visits. Thank donors with handwritten notes and/or phonathons.
  3. MISSION CAPACITY BUILDING: Engage and leverage their network of personal and professional associates to cultivate and steward external partner relationships that create and maintain mission capacity. Support building capacity for service delivery through the effective involvement and engagement of volunteer groups and partners. Help ensure Red Cross represents the diversity of the community served.
  4. AMBASSADOR FOR ONE RED CROSS: Promote visibility/awareness across entire mission as appropriate – disaster, service to armed forces, blood, health and safety, and international. Cultivate and steward external relationships that create and maintain connectedness within the community. Support building capacity for all lines of service delivery through the effective involvement and engagement of volunteers and partners. Examples: Coordinate a presentation or training for their personal workplace or affiliated group. Encourage business, place of worship to conduct a blood drive.

Elevated Mountain Guides Board Members Needed

01 May 2019

Based in Salt Lake City, we help underserved youth and refugees gain the therapeutic benefits of outdoor recreation with an emphasis on rock climbing. We are currently looking for board members with the following skills/degrees/interests: CPA, medical doctor, psychologist, grant writing, marketing, public relations, web development, legal, outdoor recreation, and special education experience are especially valued. The board position is for one trial year (to extend two more years if it's a good fit). Board members are expected to attend quarterly board meetings and help with fundraising.

Art Access

21 March 2019

Art Access builds an inclusive and diverse arts community in Utah through creative opportunities for people with disabilities and other marginalized communities, and through public engagement in the arts. We are seeking a board member with accounting or finance experience to serve on the Executive Committee as Treasurer and lead the Finance Committee. This position includes working closely with staff to ensure the ongoing fiscal health of Art Access. We are located in the ArtSpace building at 230 South 500 West, Salt Lake City.