The following nonprofit organizations have contacted Leadership York looking for volunteer leaders like you who can help them make a difference. Please give one or more of these people a call or send an email for additional information.
Last Updated: April 5, 2013
H.O.P.E. is a volunteer driven, non-profit organization founded in 1994 and is dedicated to providing high-quality, hands-on and heartfelt assistance and support to cancer patients and their families. The Board of Directors is currently seeking a Treasurer.
If you are interested in learning more about this position, please contact Barb Titanish, Executive Director, at email@example.com.
Mental Health America of York and Adams, whose mission is ‘to promote mental wellness and support mental health recovery through advocacy, education, social action and the provision of community-based services’, is searching for additional board members! The organization is seeking interested volunteers who possess experience and skill in any of the following areas -- accounting, marketing, fundraising, teaching/education, strategic planning, business law, social work/mental health/psychology, and human resources. In addition to existing programs, MHAY is working on the development of new educational campaigns and services. Its strategic planning prioritizes: Marketing & Visibility in the Community; Fund Development & Sustainability, Operational Capacity, and Quality & Impact of its programs and services. (4/4/2013)
If you are interested, please contact: Kim Stratton, Exec Director. Phone: (717) 843-6973 x 100, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCORE is looking for a person with a keen interest & expertise in marketing to coordinate branding and visibility efforts for its volunteer group. SCORE is a nonprofit association of business mentors & coaches who help small businesses with the frustrations & challenges of competing in today's economy. Join 40 plus other volunteers in helping to make a difference in peoples lives. (3/28/2013)
For more information contact Lou Lavetan at email@example.com.
York City Dollars for Scholars (YCDFS) is a nonprofit, community-based organization that awards scholarships and provides academic support to York City students. YCDFS encourages students to pursue academic achievement and post-secondary educational opportunities. YCDFS is an affiliate of Scholarship America. YCDFS is looking to grow its board and also has a variety of volunteer opportunities. Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month at 7 PM. Consider joining YCDFS. (3/28/2013)
Potential board members and interested volunteers can contact Jazmin Simpson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The York Art Association has several open board positions for the 2013-14 fiscal year, beginning July 2013. The York Art Association was founded in 1905 as the York Art Club. Its mission is to encourage and develop interest in the visual arts; provide opportunities for education; support interaction within the community and provide exhibit space. It is a volunteer run organization with a paid office administrator. The elected positions to be filled do not require that the individual be an artist. The organization's critical need is for an Assistant Treasurer. A person with knowledge of accounting is especially desired. They also have openings for Second Vice President and an Elected Director. (3/15/2013)
If you are interested in learning more about the position of Assistant Treasurer, please contact Treasurer Charlene Cerasa Freed at email@example.com. For other board positions, please contact Milton Leake at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Farm & Natural Lands Trust (FNLT) is dedicated to preserving York County’s finest agricultural and environmentally sensitive landscapes for future generations. FNLT seeks individuals looking to volunteer to help the betterment of their communities through the FNLT mission, through service on the following committees: Land Preservation, Marketing & Education, Special Events, and Finance. (3/1/2013)
For more details contact Sean Kenny, Executive Director, at 843-4411 or email@example.com.
House of Friends Ministries is a women’s recovery house for females recovering from an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Its mission is to provide safe, drug-free housing to women as they journey through the 12-step recovery process while supporting them in their spiritual growth. Located on the outskirts of York City,the ministry is in need of board members to support an existing advisory board. The organization needs assistance in the areas of finances, fundraising, strategic planning, business planning and law. The board meets the second Sunday of each month at 6 p.m. (3/1/2013)
If you would like to assist, please contact Michelle Baynes Owens, M.Div., Executive Director/Resident Manager at 717-424-2423 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
York Habitat for Humanity is seeking volunteers for its Development Committee.
The purpose of the Committee is to develop and maintain a robust and diversified funding stream to cover program and general/administrative costs of the organization and to provide for future endeavors. This is accomplished through a Sponsorship Team, Annual Giving & Fundraisers, and community giving programs such as Carpenter’s Club, HabiTeam (team building) and Cars for Homes. It meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month, 8:00 am at YHFH Office. (2/19/2013)
For more information contact Board Member/Chair: Scott Sides, email@example.com or Miles Fishel, firstname.lastname@example.org.
York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Committee is a volunteer led effort to put on the York Saint Patrick's Day Parade and other Irish heritage events throughout each year. The parade, being the largest event, is held annually on the Saturday before Saint Patrick's Day (except when March 17th falls on a Saturday, in which case the parade will be held on the actual holiday). 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. (2/15/2013)
For more information, please contact York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Committee President Sean Kenny at email@example.com.
The York Hospital Auxiliary is a volunteer organization that provides a vital link between York Hospital and the York community. Through its funding events, the Auxiliary’s service can bee seen many ways throughout the community, such as support of Camp Green Zone, York Cancer Center’s serenity garden, Children’s Wellness Days and new areas for patients and visitors at York Hospital, including the Atrium Café and the Interfaith Chapel. If you are community-minded and like to plan or participate in projects that benefit the health of the entire York county community, consider becoming part of the York Hospital Auxiliary! The Auxiliary is hosting a Board Recruitment Social on Wednesday, May 1st from 5:30pm – 7:30pm at the York Hospital in the Medical Education Pavilion (Room 10A/B). (2/15/2013)
Please RSVP to Christi Brown, Director of Volunteer Services at (717) 851-2867 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
YWCA York Junior Board of Directors - The purpose of the YWCA Junior Board is to foster the participation of young women in YWCA York through participation in YWCA events and programs, the recruitment of other young women to participate in YWCA events and programs, and sharing ideas and perspective with YWCA York regular board and staff. Each member of the Junior Board is an ambassador to the community and works to support the mission of YWCA York: to promote racial justice; empower women; eliminate domestic violence, sexual assault and other forms of violence; and strengthen our community. The Junior Board is currently seeking new members (age 35 and under) to join the board. (1/16/2013)
If interested, please contact Alicia Miller at email@example.com or 717.854.5357. For more information please visit the Junior Board's Website.
The York City Little League, whose mission is ‘to promote the sport of baseball in York City in a manner that is fun and teaches children about sportsmanship, character and leadership’, is looking for new board members. The Board is a working group that is looking for volunteers to assist with strategic planning, league operations, fundraising, record keeping and organization, league registrations, team and player management, game day activities, field maintenance and teaching the game and the fundamentals of baseball to York City children. Coaches and other volunteers are also needed. (12/14/12)
If you are interested in volunteering to help the York City Little League achieve these goals, please contact John Brenner at (717) 236-9469 or at firstname.lastname@example.org and more information can be provided to you.