Volunteer governance opportunities
Governance Institute is pleased to offer a complimentary web listing service for Not-for-Profit organisations requiring assistance in their governance practices. Many NFP organisations would benefit from help from qualified Governance Institute members and we encourage members to offer their support.
NFP organisations currently requiring assistance:
New Haven Farm Home is seeking to appoint a director to ensure the organisation has the capacity to provide direction and govern the organisation as it grows to support more people living with a disability, through an innovative and person-centred approach. For further detail on New Haven Farm Home’s work and reference documents, visit www.newhavenfarm.org.au. Contact: Belinda Isaacs 02 4579 6131 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kogarah Community Services Inc., based in Sydney, NSW, is seeking a volunteer Board member to assist with governance responsibilities of a community based NFP charity. Your commitment will include monthly board meetings, for approximately 2 hrs per month plus other ad hoc work as required. Meetings held via teleconference bi monthly and at our office 49 English St Kogarah. For further information or to apply please contact Shelley Ross, email@example.com or 0407543765. Applications close 31/8/19
Cystic Fibrosis WA., based in WA, is an award winning not for profit Association incorporated in Western Australia. It provides services to people living with CF and funds research into this rare genetic disease. The Board of CFWA is currently looking to co-opt up to three honorary directors to its Board of Governance in 2019. Potential candidates will have a keen desire to contribute to the Association by offering their expertise and by leveraging their extensive professional networks.
The Board would be particularly keen to receive expressions of interest from professionals in the fields of Marketing & Fundraising, Business and Commerce, Finance, Accounting, Legal, and ICT who are looking at broadening their experience on a not for profit Board. Co-opted appointments are for up to one year and subject to renewal in April each year. Board meetings are held monthly. Some additional meetings and attendance at special events is required throughout the year.
Potential Board members will receive comprehensive training in CF and a Board member orientation pack. Board members are exposed to a range of philanthropists and leaders in the community and will gain invaluable experience at a Board level. They have the opportunity to be seen as contributing to one of the State’s leading not for profit associations and helping to achieve our vision of Lives Unaffected by CF. Further information about CFWA can be found at www.cfwa.org.au. To arrange an obligation free discussion please call the CEO Nigel Barker on 08 6457 7333.
NFP organisations requiring support and wishing to add a listing to this service should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You do not need to be a Governance Institute member to list a voluntary role. For more information, see our FAQ's.
Disclaimer: In listing any NFP organisation on this site, Governance Institute does not assess or endorse its purpose or mission. Provided the organisation is constituted legally and its activities are undertaken legally, Governance Institute is of the view that facilitating improvement of their governance practices is in the best interest of the organisation and the general community. Governance Institute does not participate in due diligence of these volunteer opportunities, apart from confirming their NFP status. Any arrangements made between the Governance Institute member and the NFP organisation are entirely at the risk of the individual and the NFP organisation and Governance Institute accepts no liability. We recommend members assure themselves of the suitability of any volunteer roles in the same way they would for a paid position.