We welcome your ideas and talents! Browse our volunteer opportunities for committee responsibilities and/or one-time opportunities.
If you are interested in joining one of our committees or would like to learn more, please contact WGA Director, Nikki Sabol, email@example.com.
Explores ways WGA can extend its impact through non-partisan activities to influence public policy aligned with WGA’s mission, as well as current and past WGA grants. Committee members are welcomed.
As part of its Outreach efforts, WGA develops a number of communications throughout the year. Volunteer your time to help us with our newsletter and publications.
There are numerous ways to pitch in:
Interested? Contact the Communications Co-Chairs.
Explores actions WGA Members and leaders can take to become better strategic philanthropists and improve the lives of women and girls through deepening our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. New committee members are welcome!
We’re always in need of volunteers to help us put on exceptional educational events in the community. This includes visits to agencies, panel discussions, featured speakers and special workshops. Help us set up events, greet members and guests, distribute literature and name tags and check people in. We also need Members to join our committee.
If you have a mind for hospitality and logistics, and you like meeting and greeting people, we have the perfect opportunities for you! You can help WGA host our two large Member luncheons (Member Forum in the spring and Annual Meeting in the fall). Activities are low-stress and fun, e.g., assembling materials and handouts, setting up the conference room and greeting guests and members.
Members meet quarterly to review financial statements, prepare budgets and address other financial topics that may need to come before WGA’s Leadership Team. The Committee works closely with The Community Foundation’s Executive Vice-President and CFO.
The varied talents of over 60 volunteers are central to our grantmaking process. This committee helps us determine which nonprofit agencies receive funds from our Grants Pool. Then, after grants are funded, committee members follow up with grantees throughout the life of their WGA grants.
For details, check out the Grants Process web page.
Neighborhood Connector Groups grew out of Members’ interest in getting to know one another in small, close-to-home settings twice a year. Our volunteers connect and welcome new and seasoned Members.
Ready to jump in and assist WGA when the unexpected occurs? Pitch in on varied tasks that are short in duration. Sign up as an on-call volunteer!
If you are interested in joining a committee or would like more information, please contact Women’s Giving Alliance Director, Nikki Sabol at firstname.lastname@example.org.