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The Sand Dollar Foundation Board of Directors and its advisors believe wholeheartedly in the mission of the foundation, they are compassionate, and loving and desire to assist others with their personal health challenges.

 

Our members serve with an open heart, open mind, and positive, caring attitude.

Join The Team

 

Take this opportunity to be the light for someone battling cancer, today.   

WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR A BOARD VACANCY?
 

WHAT DOES THE BOARD DO?
The Sand Dollar Foundation Board of Directors is the elected body that represents and governs the foundation by establishing policies and procedures, overseeing the operating and capital budgets, approving plans and recommendations and setting general guidelines for staff, volunteers, providers and serving patients. The Board holds the ultimate legal responsibility for the operations and actions of the Foundation.

GENERAL COMMITMENTS

The Board meets once a month on the third Thursday of the month from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm . Each Board member is required to join 2-3 committees which also meet 1-2 times per month (this will vary from committee to committee). Board committees establish plans and policies that are then passed on to the Board for approval. The standing committees may include Finance, Public Relations, Fundraising. Board members volunteer anywhere from 5-10+ hours per month.

TRAINING

The newly appointed Board members will receive thorough board training on our decision-making process, our board policies/procedures, and operating guidelines.

 

ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible to run for the Board you must be willing to make a commitment for one year, minimum.

SELECTION PROCESS

The board will review any submitted applications and will contact each candidate. Applicants are invited to attend our upcoming monthly board meeting and will have the opportunity to speak about their interests and qualifications. The current Board will review all applications and discuss all expressed interests. All vacancies will be filled by Consensus of the Board.

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