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  • Alano House

    Alano House is seeking additions to its Board of Directors
    Since 1996, Alano House has been committed to rebuilding lives and strengthening
    communities by providing experience, strength, and hope to people with substance
    abuse and mental health needs. If you have a heart for the person in recovery and
    want to make a difference, join us!
    We are now seeking individuals to fill this volunteer position, which consists of attending monthly meetings, engaging in decisions, acting as a guardian for the organizational
    funds and assets, participating in planning and other activities, and acting as an
    ambassador for the organization. The skill sets we are primarily interested in currently
    are:

    • Planning
    • Fundraising
    • Measuring Program Impact

    Please message us or email info@alanohouse.org for more details about this opportunity to make a difference in Colorado Springs and beyond.

  • Pikes Peak Justice & Peace Commission
    Mission: The Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission educates, advocates, and cultivates peace, justice and sustainability in the Pikes Peak Region, engaging our world. We have three core programs within our organization: Urban Experience, Sunrise Garden, and Peace Camp. We are socially-minded and a very engaged board… and are looking for some new energy to assist with fundraising! We have a plan in place, and we just need help executing that plan. You’ll have the opportunity to connect with your community and network in an organization of nearly 50 years.

    If you’re interested, we’d love to hear from you! Please contact Anjuli Kapoor at director@ppjpc.org.

  • PILLAR Institute for Lifelong Learning
    PILLAR Institute for Lifelong Learning creates liberal art and science classes, trips, and tours for older adults. Currently, PILLAR needs two board members with skills in finance, marketing, fundraising, or curriculum development. Each board member attends the once a month board meeting on the third Mondays of the month from 2-4pm and also one board committee meeting a month.

    Vickie Heffner
    633-4991
    director@pillarinstitute.org

  • Pikes Peak Children's Museum

    Pikes Peak Children’s Museum (PPCM) is an emerging children’s museum in Colorado Springs. The museum is in an interesting stage — having just completed two highly successful temporary exhibits, we are ready to move into our next phase of development! This means it is time to find a permanent or preview location where the museum can open in a standalone space. To support this endeavor, we are seeking board members who are passionate about opening a children’s museum in Colorado Springs and happy to fundraise for the cause. Being part of the PPCM board is a serious commitment, especially during this phase. At a minimum, board members are expected to attend one two-hour board meeting every month, participate on one committee, and fundraise on behalf of the organization. At this point in our development, we expect board members to contribute between 5-10 hours per month to the museum. We can use people of all backgrounds, but accounting, finance, museum operations, elementary education, marketing, and nonprofit development would be particularly helpful at this stage! Most importantly, though, we are looking for people with a passion for creating a children’s museum in our community and time to offer to the cause.

    Hillary Dickman, Director of Operations and Fundraising, hillary@pikespeakchildrensmuseum.org

  • First Summit Foundation

    We are a veteran’s nonprofit that is looking to help veterans and their families reintegrate into society and overcome life’s daily struggles through extensive wilderness exploration and endurance activities. By doing this, we encourage veterans to find their own demarcation line between war and peace. The inclusion of families is highly encouraged in order to strengthen the familial bond after a traumatic experience.

    That being said, we are actively recruiting for our board of directors. We are specifically looking for individuals with talents in the following areas; nonprofit law, fundraising experts, senior military officers/officials (active or retired) and anyone with knowledge and experience helping to grow and manage a fledgling nonprofit.

    Please contact myself, Benjamin Long, via email, blong.firstsummit@gmail.com, for fastest response

  • Western Museum of Mining & Industry

    The Board of Trustees is the museum’s governing body, provides mission-based leadership and strategic governance, and is legally responsible for the museum meeting its chartered mission. Within the board membership, a Board President is elected and responsible for understanding the museum’s Article of Incorporation, bylaws, and financial and legal status. An Executive Director (a full time paid staff member) supervises the daily operations of the museum. To function effectively, the board and executive director must understand their distinct roles and collaborate on developing museum goals and objectives, with appropriate board involvement being expected and critical to the museum’s future. (view full position description)

    Please contact Richard Sauers, Executive Director, including a resume, cover letter, and biography.

  • TwoCor

    TwoCor is a Colorado independent 501©(3) faith-based tax exempt non-profit that serves troubled youth aged 14 to 19 years, from El Paso County, Colorado, with numerous adverse childhood experiences (victims of violence, poverty, neglect, abuse, etc.). TwoCor’s main objective is to prepare youth to become productive and self-sufficient members of society. TwoCor provides youth a four-phase intervention process concluding with an opportunity for a paid internship in the private sector and offers mentoring and experiential treatment activities to enhance self-care capabilities for youth with significant early childhood trauma. TwoCor has served over 1,000 youth since beginning operations in late 2005.

    TwoCor Board of Directors meet 5 times per year as a full Board and are expected to attend three special events with clients of the program. TwoCor seeks individuals with a passion for helping troubled teens in need of support and who can help engage the Pikes Peak region small businesses for developing internships for youth. Specific roles on the Board and on project based sub-committees are determined by Board members’ interests, time and skill sets.

    Interested? Contact Jim Hinkle, M.Div., LCSW

  • Launch High School

    Passionate about education? Launch High School is an innovative new charter school using the values, skills and spirit of “entrepreneurship” as a theme and vehicle to develop young talent and ambitions. We are in need of two or three true believers for our governing board with expertise in entrepreneurship, finance, real estate, law, grassroots support or social/political capital. We also welcome support and assistance in positions from committee chair to advisory board. We are now at the “launch” phase with exciting plans ready to be unfurled.

    Patrick Cush, President and Founder, 719-237-5142

  • Colorado Springs Teen Court

    Colorado Springs Teen Court is seeking new board members to join an award-winning, 22-year-old nonprofit that works with the court system to provide first-time juvenile offenders with a second chance.

    We are recruiting volunteers with experience in fund raising or who are skilled in finding revenue streams for non-profit organizations. Having community networking skills and/or a passion for helping teens would be a plus.

    Please contact Bill Walsh to learn more about how you can make a difference in the lives of our community’s at-risk teens.

  • Amblicab

    Are you a strategic thinker? Enjoy puzzling through complex systems of funding, regulation, collaboration and future needs for the developmentally disabled, elderly and low-income? If you are, we welcome your application.  We are a collegial board comprised of people with a diverse set of skills and perspectives focused on creating an inclusive community supporting the independence and dignity of those we serve. We meet every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 4pm.

    To apply, please contact Gail Nehls, Executive Director.

  • Council of Neighborhood Organizations (CONO) - Colorado Springs

    Seeking multiple board members (previous nonprofit board or work experience preferred but not required). Looking for skills and passion in fundraising, relationship building, outreach, public policy. Board meets 4th Wednesday of each month at 5:30pm.

    Please contact Sara Poe, Assistant Director

  • Colorado Springs Food Rescue

    Colorado Springs Food Rescue is currently recruiting new board members to help guide our organization in its mission to build a more just and less wasteful food system. We are on the lookout for: food justice and health equity advocates with previous experience in the field, a board secretary with a propensity for attention to detail, an IT whiz for website, communications and marketing guidance, and non-profit governance experts with extensive past experience serving on boards. Spanish speaking a plus but not required. We meet second Wednesdays at 6:00pm monthly.

    Please contact Sanjay Roberts, Board Chair, 573-301-2080

  • Bridge for Pelvic Pain

    Bridge for Pelvic Pain is a locally-based nonprofit with a Pikes Peak region, national and international presence. We believe in the power of grass roots movements to make a difference in the lives of people living with chronic pelvic pain conditions. As we grow our mission and reach our Board is expanding. We are seeking experienced Board members with backgrounds in finance, development and leadership (Board Chair). Board meets quarterly via web conference.

    Please contact Carin Willis, Founder and Board Chair

  • Senior Mobile Dental

    Senior Mobile Dental is currently seeking 2-3 new members with previous nonprofit, business, and/or board experience. Looking for skills and passion in: accounting, advocacy for underserved, Leadership presence & participation. No dental experience necessary. Meets quarterly or bi annually. We are award winning and nationally recognized for our innovative concepts.

    Please contact Michelle Vacha, Executive Director

  • Friends of Cheyenne Canon

    Seeking Board Directors with skills specifically in Fundraising; Newsletter (both electronic and paper); Member Communication via social media; Member Recruitment.

    Please contact Chris Beyer, President

  • Catamount Institute

    Seeking multiple board members with previous nonprofit board experience. Professional experience in fundraising, sales, and/or finance preferred. Also seeking teachers and/or school administrators. Board meets 2nd Tuesday of each month at 4PM.

    Please contact Christopher Aaby, Executive Director, 719-471-0910 ext. 106

  • HillSprings Academy

    We are a working board and seeking new board members that are passionate about education. Skills we wish to add: Finance Management, Business Accounting, Marketing, PR, Fundraising, Community Leadership & Outreach, Grant Writing, & Innovation.

    Please contact Stephanie Cullen, Board President, 719-337-0103

  • Mile High Youth Corps Southern Front Range

    The MHYC-CS Advisory Council provides expertise and assists in cultivating relationships and resources and developing partnerships in the Southern Front Range region. We are seeking candidates with a passion for youth development and land conservation that have expertise in marketing, business, job readiness or environmental conservation. Advisory Council members meet bimonthly.

    Please contact Aimee Liotino, Regional Director, 719-630-7421 ext. 401

  • High Plains Helping Hands

    Seeking board members with a passion to “help our neighbors in need” by using experience and gifting in fundraising, financial management, or community networking. Board meets third Thursday, 6-8PM. Please send resume.

    Please contact David Edson, Executive Director, 719-495-3123