Boulder County has over 800 non-profits that offer a diverse range of services for everything from at-risk youth, to environmental research, to the arts, and more. Whatever your passion, there’s a Boulder County non-profit with which you could volunteer. In my experience, serving on a nonprofit board offers a meaningful way to give back to our community, experiences that enhance one’s leadership potential and provide rewarding opportunities. If you are looking to get involved, then you might want to consider finding out more about non-profit board service.
Non-profits often seek board candidates with diverse ethnic backgrounds or expertise in specific areas such as marketing, financial management, or law. Baby boomers and young people with leadership qualities, a passion for the mission and a fresh perspective are of great value, as well. Find out more on September 13, from 5:00-9:00pm at the Spice of Life Event Center where Social Venture Partners Boulder County is hosting Boulder County’s first ever conference on non-profit board service called Boulder County Board Match. Learn more and register by visiting www.svpbouldercounty.org/boulder-county-board-match or calling 303.442.0436. I invite you to come a play an active role in our community.
Dan W. Catlin