The following nonprofit organizations have contacted Leadership York in search of volunteer leaders who want to make a difference in their community. Please scroll through the list below and contact the nonprofit(s) that interests you. The contact person listed can provide you with additional information.
If you are a nonprofit organization and would like to advertise a board or volunteer placement opportunity on our page, please complete this request form.
We improve communities, strengthen neighborhoods, and stabilize lives by providing quality housing for people with limited resources.
Since the late 70s we have been developing affordable housing, both for rent and for sale. The majority of our stock now is rental housing; in most cases, rent is based on household income.
We are seeking Board and Committee members who are passionate about the need for affordable housing. Board members meet monthly; Committee members meet approximately four times a year.
Our goal is to obtain members with backgrounds in engineering and marketing; and individuals who are community-oriented.
For more information, please contact, Joyce Santiago at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (717) 846-5139
The York Art Association’s (YAA) mission is to nurture the creative spirit in everyone, young and old, novice and professional, creator and observer. Founded in 1906 by a group of artists and business people, the York Art Association is one of the oldest Art Associations in the Country. YAA offers one of the best art education programs in South Central Pennsylvania, often drawing artists from outside of York County.
YAA is a member driven organization with over 450 members.
We are looking for community members with a love of art to fill a variety of volunteer opportunities and one board position. We have openings on committees ranging from hospitality to education planning to website design.
Please reach out to Brandy Boswell at (717)755-0028 or email@example.com to learn how we can match you with a fulfilling way to give back to your community.
House of Hope York PA’s mission is to provide a loving, Christ-centered environment that brings hope, healing, and restoration to hurting teenagers and their families. We provide individual/family counseling sessions, parenting education classes, mentoring and life skills in a 24-hour Christ-Centered Residential Setting. The girls also receive a formal education through our Hope Academy with a self-paced curriculum designed specifically to meet their performance levels.
House of Hope York PA is looking for new Board Members, with the greatest need being individuals with experience in Legal, Human Resources or Marketing. Please contact Jim Partridge at firstname.lastname@example.org or (717) 873-3663 if interested.
Community REACH is currently seeking to expand their Board not only in size but also in talent. Primary qualification is a compassionate heart for those in need. Experience with marketing or fundraising would greatly benefit the organization.
Community REACH is also currently in need of volunteers (the life blood of our organization) to assist in supporting the 1,000 plus individuals we serve. Volunteers provide a variety of support services ranging from stocking pantry shelves to working with our clients. The primary qualification is a passion to serve those in need.
The White Rose Senior Center Board of Directors in comprised of 11 board positions. We currently have two vacancies. Our By-laws state that at all times at least one-half of all the directors shall be at least sixty years of age and the Board shall use best efforts to ensure at least two directors are participants of the Center's activities and programs. Directors do not need to be residents of the geographic area of service but must be interested in furthering the purposes of the corporation.
We are currently looking for two professionals who are under 60 years of age.
The current board is comprised of the following professions: retired business leaders, aging office staff, caseworker, an employed attorney, banker, insurance agent, and an interior decorator. We are looking for a person with fundraising ideas and interest in helping the older adults in our community.
The board meetings are held the first Thursday of each month from 8:30-9:30 generally. They are held at White Rose Senior Center, 27 S. Broad Street, York, PA 17403.
There are a few committees that meet occasionally. A primary role of the Board is to fundraise. The Center staff run many fundraising activities each month to support our program.
White Rose Senior Center is one of the largest senior centers in York County averaging approximately 120 people per day. We are a very diverse center and speak primarily English and Spanish. We are located in downtown York City at 27 S. Broad Street, York, PA 17403.
If you are interested, please contact: Lisa Krout at: email@example.com or call: (717) 843-9704
The York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Committee is a volunteer-led effort to put on the York Saint Patrick's Day Parade. The parade is held annually on the Saturday before Saint Patrick's Day (except when March 17th falls on a Saturday, in which case the parade is held on the actual holiday).
The Parade Committee is seeking additional members to join the committee and assist with key tasks including fundraising and event planning (such as, but not limited to "There's Guinness In It" or "Half Way to St Patrick's Day").
Committee involvement includes the planning logistics, marketing, fundraising, volunteer coordination, and volunteering at actual events. An appreciation of Irish heritage is encouraged, but a sense of humor is the only official requirement!
Time commitment is generally one meeting a month and active involvement the day of the parade with the many tasks required to pull off a great parade.
For more information, please contact: Dan Reilly at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (717) 353-0778
Learn more at: http://www.yorksaintpatricksdayparade.org