Be Help Full.
As a volunteer Governance Board Director with the Fort Saskatchewan Food Gatherers Society and its Food Bank, you can help serve to strengthen the foundations and futures of Fort Saskatchewan residents, families and the community at large.
You have an open, progressive mind with a strong desire to curb oppressive stereotyping and discrimination, to share valuable information and ideas in the promotion of dignity, self-esteem and relationship building; the empathy to realize that vulnerability and need doesn’t make someone less of a person…it makes them more human and more deserving of a little humanity; and the understanding that success is best measured not by pounds of food distributed but by lives changed. We now have the space, resources, and renewed momentum to distribute even larger helpings of hope and happiness with our healthy food hampers; and an aspirational strategy for you to chew on that is sure to encourage the conversations and actions needed to implement real, lasting solutions in the feeding of body, mind, soul, and community spirit.
Individuals with community connections and experience in the following areas would be a strong asset:
- Involvement or previous experience with a Governance Board
- Business & Financial Management
- Fund Development
- Capital Campaigns
- Change Management
Board Directors are required to attend one board meeting per month, either in person or by Zoom, and participate in fund-raising events, annual strategic planning workshops, and at least one committee. Members are elected by the Membership of the Fort Saskatchewan Food Gatherers Society at the Annual General Meeting (AGM). To ensure the continuity of the Board, Directors are elected for two-year terms. The position of Board Director is strictly volunteer and does not include remuneration.
To apply, please send your letter of interest or resume to email@example.com — and boldly step toward making a difference.
As a charitable organization, the Fort Saskatchewan Food Bank’s primary role is to help support local residents and families during times of food insecurity, through the thoughtful collection and distribution of a healthy variety of foods and goods, and even more diverse, longer-term strategies designed to strengthen and enhance the lives of others; vanquishing not just the sharp pangs of an empty stomach, but the stigma associated with the asking for, and acceptance of, much needed help. The Fort Saskatchewan Food Gatherers Society is committed to the provision of empathy, goodwill and food and product charity in a safe, comfortable and welcoming environment free from fear and judgement.