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Community Engagement Specialist

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Community Engagement Specialist

Department: Community Engagement (Marketing)
Reports to: Senior Director, Community Engagement
Classification: Full-time; Non-exempt (Union member)
Closing Date: Open until filled

Overview:

The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

For more information about UWBA, please visit http://uwba.org.

The Opportunity:

Based in the Bay Area, UWBA is hiring a Community Engagement Specialist to create meaningful experiences for clients, companies, and community-based organizations. Coordinates virtual opportunities, volunteer events and educational opportunities for United Way workplace campaigns, affinity groups and donor prospects to learn more about United Way’s work and impact and to create a positive and engaging volunteer experience. Responsibilities includes coordinating engagement efforts with internal departments and community programs.

What you’ll do:

• Identify Community Needs – Survey, source, and employ community partners to enhance programming through volunteerism and events. Work closely with the Community Impact Team to host virtual and in-person coaching sessions for United Way and partner participants. Coaching sessions are volunteer-led and areas around resume-writing, interviewing, wealth generation, and career exploration. Grow community partners to ensure resources are shared with underserved Bay Area residents.

• Match Beneficiaries with Resources – Under the direction of the Sr. Director of Community Engagement, match community needs with corporate groups. Write beneficiary descriptions with program staff and add postings to the portal for individual and group sign-ups. Identify community-based organizations to receive backpack supplies, food donations, and gifts as recipients for our annual Week of Caring, Days of Service, and adopt-a-family projects. Works directly with Community Impact Team to arrange logistics for volunteer projects and virtual opportunities.

• Logistics & Distribution – Design opportunities to engagement and retain clients. Create records in Salesforce of beneficiaries, in-kind donations, speakers, and pro-bono volunteerism. You will coordinate volunteer/event registration, ordering supplies, tracking packages, and supports distribution to beneficiaries. Works directly with Community Impact Team to arrange logistics for volunteer projects and virtual opportunities. Book space, set-up Zoom, schedule events, complete marketing briefs, and send feedback surveys following projects. Schedule and facilitate the delivery of projects to beneficiaries.

• Communication and Admin – Work with Marketing department to ensure we are creating awareness around volunteerism and the impact through blogs, social media and photos from the event. Coordinate logistics for annual volunteer training sessions on how to use the web-portal and partner with Community Engagement. Update and disseminate various corporate group communications.

Who you are:

•    A minimum of 2-3 years of experience with volunteer management, community engagement, events, and the nonprofit sector.
•    Experienced with researching, identifying, and coordinating outreach strategies to cultivate volunteer. relationships with corporations, professional associations, and community/partner organizations.
•    Experienced with CRM, data entry, or experience with volunteer tracking systems; experience and ability to think strategically to maximize use of databases.
•    Able to work virtually/independently while managing 5 – 50 volunteers on a project.
•    Self-motivated, goal oriented, ability to get job done.
•    Team player who excels at working collaboratively – both listening and actively contributing – as well as independently.
•    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
•    An understanding of the giving potential and power of volunteers.
•    Demonstrated ability to deliver engagement presentations to lapsed, current and potential volunteers and donors.
•    Possess organizational and team building skills.
•    Able to gather and synthesize information from a wide variety of people and sources.
•    Have a history of improving the lives of diverse populations with service.
•    Acknowledges and champions the efforts of others to “think outside the box.” Maintains knowledge of current and emerging trends that affect United Way.
•    Four-year college degree or equivalent work experience
Salary: $55,000 – 60,000

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

Please include salary requirements in cover letter.

TO APPLY:
Login at: www.uwba.org/careers and submit your resume along with cover letter

APPLY NOW

Corporate Engagement Manager

UWBA is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. UWBA is committed to building and maintaining a diverse staff and an inclusive workplace that values equity. We welcome applications from immigrants, BIPOC, LGBTQ applicants, and people with lived experience in poverty.

 

Department: Development
Reports to: Corporate Engagement Manager
Classification: Union Professional
Closing Date: Open until filled

Overview:

The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and re-imagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

For more information about UWBA, please visit http://uwba.org.

The Opportunity: 

With one in four families in the Bay Area struggling to make ends meet, the face of poverty might be closer than you think. It could be your co-worker, your neighbor, or your friend. Want to help us do something about it? UWBA seeks a talented and motivated fundraiser to join our outstanding team and support our mission: to be the catalyst that enables people to strengthen their communities by investing in one another. Do you have a history of building donor relationships? Are you passionate about community issues? Do you thrive in a fast-paced and highly visible role?

UWBA partners with hundreds of companies and thousands of individual supporters to address the community’s most pressing needs and drive sustainable results.  It is the goal of our dynamic Development team to increase our number of new donors and deepen the relationships with our current donors.

The Corporate Engagement Manager will cultivate new business, manage and grow a portfolio of accounts, with a focus on corporate and employee engagement. This position will also steward and cultivate leadership level individual donors and prospects from within assigned accounts, and will identify new opportunities to raise funds year-round within and beyond those accounts.

The Corporate Engagement Manager will have the ability to work with a broad range of people, have strong fundraising skills, strong communication skills and the ability to interact with high level donors on an individual and group basis. This position will work closely with the Sr. Director of Corporate Engagement to develop and refine strategies for maximizing results and will collaborate with other team members within Development and across departments including the Finance, Marketing, and Community Impact Teams.

 

This is a professional exempt position reporting to the Senior Director of Corporate Engagement. It is a full time, regular, 37.5 hour per week position. This
position is for the United Way Bay Area San Francisco Office.

 

What you’ll do: 

Corporate Engagement:

  • Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward new corporate prospects driving revenue through the acquisition of new partnerships, renewals, and upgrades with existing companies assigned increasing unrestricted and UWBA program revenue.
  • Ensure corporate grants, Salesforce Philanthropy Cloud, cause marketing and employee giving/volunteer opportunities are explored, presented, and secured. Promote and demo the Salesforce Philanthropy Cloud platform to new business; provide support to existing Salesforce Philanthropy Cloud accounts and work internally across teams on year-round engagement.
  • Utilizing the Donor Prospecting and Sales Process, lead Development team efforts to increase the number of new corporate partnerships secured and revenue generated for UWBA.
  • Work closely with the Development, Marketing, Volunteer and Community Impact Teams, and/or Affinity Group Teams to provide targeted opportunities for individuals and corporate employee groups to engage directly with UWBA programs and our mission.
  • Develop and execute a corporate engagement and revenue raising strategy for new business and existing accounts that increase engagement and deepen relationships with individuals and leverage volunteerism to bring new supporters to our organization and to improve our relevancy with current supporters. This includes providing direct support to corporate accounts, i.e., speaking engagements, event facilitation, volunteer projects etc. for each account.
  • Cultivate ongoing relationships with corporate account representatives, serve as a resource to strengthen their corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategies, talent acquisition and talent retention plans, and enhance their knowledge and support of UWBA.
  • Manage on-going relationships with key leadership and donors in each of the assigned accounts.
  • Accurately forecast, monitor and prepare progress reports on all accounts and individual donor portfolios. Maintain thorough communication logs in Salesforce.
  • Manage volunteers, board members and organization stakeholders who will assist with the identification, cultivation and solicitation of prospects.

Who you are: 

  • 2 years+ experience direct fundraising.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including public speaking, and solid relationship management skills at all levels in organization.
  • Ability to multi-task and manage simultaneous tasks and customer relationships.
  • Strong donor focus and understanding of how to effectively manage ongoing donor relationships.
  • Self-motivated, goal oriented, ability to get job done.
  • Team player who excels at working collaboratively – both listening and actively contributing – as well as independently.
  • Strong computer skills including above average competency on Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Comfort and knowledge of Internet, experience with Salesforce desirable.
  • Project management experience desirable.
  • Other non-profit/philanthropic experience/demonstrated interest desirable.
  • A California driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record are conditions of initial and continued employment.
  • Support an inclusive environment and value the individual traits, skills and talents of all staff, volunteers, donors, and constituents.

Salary: $52,000.00 – 57,000.00 Salary Exempt

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential
functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. Applicants must be able to work legally in the United States. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

TO APPLY: Login at www.uwba.org/careers and submit your resume along with cover letter. 

APPLY NOW

 

To foster an open and impartial application review process that minimizes the potential for bias, please remove any reference to academic institutions from which you obtained any degree, if applicable, for example, simply list “Bachelor of Arts in Sociology”.  Not having a degree will not preclude you from being considered; applicable work experience is equally considered.

Manager, Partnerships

UWBA is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. UWBA is committed to building and maintaining a diverse staff and an inclusive workplace that values equity. We welcome applications from immigrants, BIPOC, LGBTQ applicants, and people with lived experience in poverty.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION: Manager, Partnerships
Department: Community Impact Team
Reports to: Director, Regional Learning and Partnerships
Classification: Union Exempt
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Overview:


The United Way Bay Area (UWBA) is leading a network of corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to create lasting change for Bay Area residents and families. With a history that spans over 90 years and programs that tackle the issue of local poverty from every angle, UWBA is uniquely positioned to mobilize and motivate all sectors of the community toward the vision of ending the cycle of poverty.

As UWBA responds to cultural shifts in the workplace, fundraising, and digital communications, it is guided by core values of innovation and results-driven creativity. Through a variety of existing and emerging initiatives, UWBA seeks to both strengthen and reimagine its work at all levels in order provide more and better opportunities for struggling Bay Area residents.

For more information about UWBA, please visit http://uwba.org.

The Opportunity:


The Manager, Partnerships position is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated and organized individual to be a part of UWBA’s Community Impact Team. The Community Impact Team strives to ensure our initiatives and programs support basic needs and promote successful pathways to economic prosperity for individuals and families in our eight Bay Area counties. The team manages the delivery of multiple programs, including SparkPoint, and provides technical assistance and grant funding to community partners for educational enrichment, economic prosperity, and family stability programming.

This individual will manage partnerships with our education, economic prosperity, and family stability organizations, with a focus on post-secondary institutions. This includes developing new partnerships in the region. Through working with post-secondary institutions, the Manager will build out programming to ensure that children and families have pathways to economic prosperity. The Manager will build on his/her existing expertise around partnerships, networks, and programs to engage new partners, present our programming to new and existing partners, as well as broker, convene, fund, and provide technical assistance to partners. The position will lead the process of creating a replication toolkit, support data/evaluation efforts for our programs, and develop regional learning events to connect our community college and education partners and strengthen the network across the Bay Area.

This position will also support the launch of a promising collaborative model in one or more of our counties, as funding permits. The collaborative is a system comprised of multidisciplinary partners that use a shared language, a resource database, and an integrated technology platform to deliver enhanced community care planning.

This individual will report to the Director, Regional Learning and Partnerships, and work closely with additional members of the Community Impact Team to deliver effectively on goals.
This is a full-time, 37.5 hour per week exempt union position.


What you’ll do:
(Note that the percentages listed in each section are rough estimates for the position. Actual hours spent in each area may shift from week to week.)
Post-secondary partnerships: 50%

• Lead the creation of a SparkPoint replication toolkit that can be used by a variety of post-secondary institutions to learn from and replicate the model
• Engage with community colleges and post-secondary institutions to build out programming that supports students in obtaining degrees that lead to living wage jobs
• Facilitate and support connections between Bay Area post-secondary institutions and existing and potential SparkPoint partners
• Lead discussions with nonprofit organizations and SparkPoint Ambassadors to identify the strategies and partners needed to provide the wraparound services at community colleges that enable individuals to succeed and stay on course, including financial coaching, career coaching, housing assistance, food programs, benefits enrollment, educational counseling, and more;
• Facilitate discussions with SparkPoint Centers to amplify or revolutionize their workforce services in partnerships with local colleges
• Identify and/or support new service delivery locations in alignment with our programming goals
Support the SparkPoint grantee network: 5%
• Oversee grants to Community Colleges, Community College Districts, SparkPoint Centers with programming at Community Colleges, or other organizations with programming at higher education institutions.
• Oversee or support the maintenance and development of a regional learning network
• Provide and facilitate the provision of technical assistance to grantee partners
Community Information Exchange/Collaborative Network: 30%
• Work alongside county partners such as health collaboratives, health care providers, county agencies, other 211s, other United Ways, CBOs, and other stakeholders to lead the planning of county and regional community information exchanges
• Support the development of a learning curriculum for knowledge building among the community
• Engage stakeholders in landscape analyses, focus groups, interviews, and other engagement activities
• Represent 211 Bay Area in planning meetings and strategy sessions
• Support fundraising efforts with grant proposal writing, program designing and concepting
Community Coordination and Collaboration 5%
• Work with other community brokers and collaboratives in this space to ensure alignment, support, and maximally leveraged resources.
• Build and maintain coalitions and partnerships necessary for the success of strategies by engaging in outreach, education, information gathering and connections with community, business, and labor leaders, and elected and appointed officials
• Represent United Way at external coalitions, conferences, and convenings
Other projects and activities: 10%
• Manage and/or support special events (e.g. client or partner recognition events or service location launch events)
• Conduct and share research on best/current practices and services on addressing community needs
• Attend conferences and workshops, as needed, and share learning with other team members
• Assist program department leadership and the Development team in researching and applying for funding opportunities, writing funder and program reports and updates for internal and external uses;
• Support cross-program and cross-departmental projects, as necessary and assigned
• Other tasks and duties as assigned.

Who you are:
• 3-5 years of related volunteer or professional experience, direct service and/or leadership in the community, work with community colleges or post-secondary institutions, public/private sector leaders/decision makers, experience in fundraising, marketing, or community programs.
• Commitment to deepening expertise around racial equity, diversity, inclusion, and self-awareness.
• Can effectively cope with change, shift gears comfortably, and handle risk and uncertainty.
• Excellent analytical, oral and written communication skills (including public speaking).
• Demonstrated history of strong interpersonal skills. Highly nuanced communicator able to work effectively and diplomatically with nonprofit, community, community colleges leaders, as well as corporate executives in all settings.
• Ability to develop and maintain positive work relationships with staff, volunteers and persons contacted in the course of work. Team player, flexible, respectful, welcomes feedback and able to work with humor and grace under pressure.
• Excellent project management and organizational skills. Rapid, thorough, and accurate implementation of specific projects and tasks required. Meets deadlines and completes tasks with a high degree of accuracy and dependability. Detail oriented, with excellent proofreading skills.
• Self- motivated, goal oriented, and organized – ability to get the job done. Able to work in unstructured environment and adapt easily to change.
• General ability and desire to problem solve and look for better, faster, innovative ways to complete tasks. Must be able to perform and prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously and efficiently and have to ability to manage conflicting and changing priorities.
• Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint); database and CRM software (Salesforce Preferred); use of online resources and applications. Comfortable and interested in learning becoming proficient in new software systems; patience in teaching others. Some proficiency with Salesforce desired but not mandatory (must be willing to become proficient).
• Ability to effectively work remotely with supervisor, team and other departments
• Access to a car, valid California Driver’s License with personal car insurance and a satisfactory driving record are conditions of initial and continued employment. Flexibility and mobility to travel to off-site locations within or outside San Francisco as needed.
• Spanish proficiency (read/write/speak fluently) strongly preferred

Salary: $64,000 – $70,000

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear.

UWBA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender (including actual or perceived gender, and gender identity), sexual orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, religious affiliation, veteran status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local law. Applicants must be able to work legally in the United States. UWBA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in the manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a job, please let us know. If the reason you need an accommodation is not obvious, we may ask for documentation confirming your functional limitations.

TO APPLY: Login at www.uwba.org/careers and submit your resume along with cover letter.

APPLY NOW

To foster an open and impartial application review process that minimizes the potential for bias, please remove any reference to academic institutions from which you obtained any degree, if applicable, for example, simply list “Bachelor of Arts in Sociology”. Not having a degree will not preclude you from being considered; applicable work experience is equally considered.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Consultant

UWBA is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. UWBA is committed to building and maintaining a diverse staff and an inclusive workplace that values equity. We welcome applications from immigrants, BIPOC, LGBTQ applicants, and people with lived experience in poverty.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Consultant: Request for Proposals

 

I.  Timeline & Application Submission

Please submit all required documents by November 20, 2020.  

For questions, please contact Madison Priest at mpriest@uwba.org (DO NOT FORWARD APPLICATION THIS EMAIL ADDRESS).

Activity                                                                         Date

RFP Released                                                              October 28, 2020

Final Date to submit proposal                                       November 20, 2020

Application review, interviews, reference calls              November -December 2020

Applicant notified of final selection                               December 2020

Start date for scope of work                                         January 3,2021

 

II.  Background

United Way Bay Area’s mission is to be the catalyst that enables people to strengthen their communities by investing in one another. Founded in 1922, UWBA has historically served as a funder of hundreds of nonprofits through its workplace campaigns. In the last decade, it has transformed into an incubator of innovative programs that improve financial stability and access to basic needs for low-income individuals and families. Our goal is to fight poverty in the Bay Area.

Racism and poverty are inextricably linked. Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) experience poverty at disproportionate rates not only because they face implicit racial bias every day, but because they have been explicitly and systemically barred from economic opportunity. Practices like mass incarceration, de facto school segregation, and redlining (along with its supposedly “race-neutral” descendants) have inhibited the ability of BIPOC to achieve financial stability and to build generational wealth. Our Black and Latinx neighbors also suffer disproportionately from state-sanctioned violence, not to mention the acute health and economic impacts of COVID-19.

Given this context, UWBA is working to take a more intentional, anti-racist approach to our work, beginning with assessing and improving our own internal practices and operations. UWBA seeks a consultant or firm with expertise in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) to provide support in assessment, strategy, and training. Activities include assessing current hiring, promotion, and retention practices, providing anti-bias, anti-racist (ABAR) training to leadership and staff, and developing a recruitment plan for the board. Additional details may be found in the scope of work. The end goal is the development of a multi-year strategic plan with a proactive and intentional equity focus to combat structural racism and other forms of oppression within our organization and in our programmatic activities.

III.  Project Overview

The initial project term is six months to one year. Consultant(s) will report to the Chair of UWBA’s DEI Council.

 

IV. SCOPE OF WORK

Assessment & Analysis: 

  • Assess UWBA’s DEI Council’s structure, goals, objectives, and activities and make recommendations for improvement
  • Assess UWBA’s recruiting, hiring, and promotion practices and make recommendations for improvement
  • Assess UWBA’s current policies
  • Assess UWBA’s current programmatic work and make recommendations for improvement
  • Conduct stakeholder interviews as necessary to gather additional information

 

Strategy & Planning:  

  • Advise on the development of the DEI component of UWBA’s strategic plan, including accountability mechanisms
  • Support UWBA in moving forward with actions discovered in UWBA’s DEI and climate surveys
  • Develop a board and an advisory board recruitment plan and establish an ad-hoc subcommittee of the advisory board to assist with recruitment and accountability
  • Develop a job description for a future leadership-level position focused on DEI

 

Training:  

  • Create a training plan for UWBA Board, Advisory Board, leadership, and staff
  • Conduct trainings for UWBA staff and Board on topics such as (but not limited to) unconscious biases in recruitment, promotions, discipline and hiring; DEI basics; how to be an inclusive leader; supervision; how to call people in/out; and navigating difficult conversations

 

V.  Desired Qualifications 

  • Experience working with nonprofit or government agencies
  • Demonstrated hands-on experience guiding non-profit and or government agencies through the planning, implementation and successful completion of organization-wide DEI learning and transformation
  • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in developing and executing organization-wide DEI planning and implementation efforts
  • Demonstrated experience in working with all levels of management, including Board of Directors
  • Preference for individuals or firms based in the Bay Area

 

VI.  Required Documents 

  • Resume
  • Proposed workplan of no more than 3 pages, including:
    1. Your/ your firm’s general approach to DEI work (feel free to include an example of past work with nonprofit or government agencies)
    2. A description of how you would adjust your approach to serve UWBA’s needs, and how you would adjust your approach to meet the needs of different audiences within the organization
    3. A rough timeline for DEI activities
    4. Proposed budget
    5. List of three client references

 

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William White

Director of Policy and Government Affairs

“Since poverty is such a multi-faceted issue, working here gives me the chance to work on a wide range of issues including access to health care, affordable housing, wages, tax policy, and many more.”

Gezche Graves

Program Manager for Earn It! Keep It! Save It!

“The best part about working for United Way is getting to engage with hundreds of volunteers and partners that are equally passionate about expanding our work in the community.”

Dan Aldrich

Development Officer

“I decided to work with a nonprofit because I didn’t want to say I spent my life selling widgets.”


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