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  • Community CARES - Board Vice President

    The Vice President of the Organization shall attend all meetings of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee, and shall perform all the duties of the President enumerated in this article in the absence or incapacity of the President including, but not limited to, presiding at all meetings of the Board and the Executive Committee. The Vice President can also lead and assist standing or ad hoc committees, or other duties deemed necessary for the good of CARES. If the President resigns or is removed, the Vice President shall assume the duties of the President for the remainder of the term. The Board shall elect a Vice President to fill the remaining term. In conjunction with the President and other board members, the Vice President will contributes to CARES in the following areas:
    - Enhance, flesh out, and implement organizational vision and strategy.
    - Attract, develop, coach, and retain high-performance team members, empowering them to elevate their level of responsibility, span of control, and performance.
    - Work with board, committee, and staff members to develop systems to ensure consistent, high-quality project management.
    - Provide leadership in development of inter-team communication and cohesiveness, sustaining culture and supporting staff during organizational growth.
    - Expand and support revenue generating and fundraising activities.
    - Cultivate existing and develop new relationships to promote fundraising.
    - Manage relationships with partner organizations.
    - Work collaboratively with board members and the Executive Director to integrate cross program activities and functions.

    Contact Board President, Carley Miller, at (717) 530-2632

  • Someone To Tell It To (STTIT), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, seeks a volunteer to serve as board treasurer. STTIT provides compassionate listening, listening training, and listening education services. STTIT is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging throughout all aspects of the nonprofit.  This treasurer position could be performed remotely by someone who is organized and has a little accounting background. The person in this role will support and honor the vision, mission, culture, and core values of STTIT.  For more information on the organization, please visit

  • The Promise Fund - Board Members

    The new non-profit, The Promise Fund, has been created to explain the needs and issues affecting the clients of Cumberland County's Dept of Children and Youth as well as raise funds for the support of those clients. We are looking for board members who would serve for a two-year term, as well as non-board members who would volunteer to do specific projects where and as needed.

    We are looking for board members and volunteers who can help with the following :
    - An individual who knows how to create and manage a website, with a mechanism for accepting online payments.
    - Individuals good at writing letters to local and state funding sources requesting funding for items such as school supplies or a gift card for clothing, etc.
    - A board member willing to be the Board Secretary and keep the minutes and do other administrative duties as needed.

    If anyone is interested please contact board President Linda Figueroa at and include your level of interest, your skill set, and what funds if any, you have raised in the past.

  • UCP relies on the time and talents of volunteers in support of our mission to empower people of diverse abilities to live a meaningful life through innovative supports and services. We are actively soliciting volunteers to serve on each of our four Board Committees. If you are looking for a measurable way to lend your time and talents to an organization committed to positive outcomes for people with disabilities in Central Pennsylvania, consider joining one of our committees. UCP is governed by a 20-member Board of Directors and four Board Committees. Joining a committee allows you learn more about UCP while making a meaningful contribution. There are four standing committees to choose from: the Community Relations & Development Committee, the Programs & Services Committee, the Human Resources Committee, and the Operations & Finance Committee. If you are interested in learning more about getting involved in a UCP Board Committee, contact Karen Gnall, Executive Assistant, at or 717-737-3477.