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Committee Members and Officer Positions Needed for Growing Non-Profit Foundation for Autism

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The Jessica Green Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit charity organization seeking individuals that are interested in giving their time, talents, and skills in the following areas: accounting, office and administrative, social media and marketing, project management, graphic arts, and a fundraiser director whose responsibilities would include developing fundraising programs, recruiting sponsors and volunteers, and encouraging support through promotional activities. We also welcome other skills or knowledge that you could offer to a growing non-profit organization. We are also seeking the following officer positions: chairperson, vice president, executive assistant. If you are interested, please contact Helen Green at jgfoundation@bellsouth.net. Please put "Interested in the JGF" in the subject space.

Our board of directors is also looking for a social work student willing to learn organizational leadership skills program development, grant writing, and board governance. On-Site supervision provided by seasoned M.S.W. with 14 years in the field. Social Work students or field coordinators to find out more, please send an email to jgfoundation@bellsouth.net. Please put “Prospective (either) B.S.W. or M.S.W. Social Work Student” or if you are a field coordinator please put “Field Coordinator” in the subject space.

The Jessica Green Foundation was founded in 2008 as a legacy in memory of Helen Green’s daughter Jessica, who was autistic. Our mission is to help financially assist individuals on the autism spectrum to continue their education programs, therapy services, and social skills programs to have a more inclusive and self-determined life. Helen helped Jessica to have these necessary tools so that she could understand better how to live within her community and to achieve all that she could. Jessica had a determined attitude and gave her all in everything she did, always establishing that she and others with special needs deserved a normal life. Although Jessica has passed, Helen has continued her journey to help others on the autism spectrum; to make a significant difference in the quality of their lives now and into the future.

To continue the vital growth of the organization and impact the lives of even more families with an autistic child, the Jessica Green Foundation would be honored for you to join us on this journey; to help continue the hope for children and individuals who struggle with autism. Working together can make a difference!


Kind regards,

Helen Green | Founder and President | Jessica Green Foundation, Inc.

The Jessica Green Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit charity organization seeking individuals that are interested in giving their time, talents, and skills in the following areas: accounting, office and administrative, social media and…

Details at a Glance

  • Schedule
    Weekdays
  • Time Commitment
    A few hours per month
  • Recurrence
    Recurring

Location

Temporarily Remote
Work may be performed anywhere in United States
Associated Location

Jessica Green Foundation, Inc

Jacksonville, FL, United States

How to Apply

If interested in volunteering for the Jessica Green Foundation please send an email to jgfoundation@bellsouth.net. Please put "Interested in the JGF" on the Subject line. Helen Green, Founder & President of the JGF will respond to your email within 24 hours.

If interested in the social work student or field coordinator opportunities, please send an email to jgfoundation@bellsouth.net. Please put “Prospective (either) B.S.W. or M.S.W. Social Work Student” or if you are a field coordinator please put “Field Coordinator” in the subject space.

If interested in volunteering for the Jessica Green Foundation please send an email to jgfoundation@bellsouth.net. Please put "Interested in the JGF" on the Subject line. Helen…

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