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When you volunteer for the Foundation you are impacting the lives of the community.
Volunteers play an integral part in assisting with the daily fundraising activities of the Foundation!
Board of Directors
Are you a strong leader, with a solid understanding of not-for-profit governance?
Do you have a background in Finance, Marketing, Law, Community Development or Business Management?
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The Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation (SMHF) Board of Directors is inviting applications for available Board Member positions. We are seeking community and business leaders who have a passion for healthcare philanthropy. In addition to making a difference in your community, you will have the opportunity to build your own network and skills through your involvement with the SMHF.
Time Commitment: The Board of Directors currently meets regularly four times a year on the last Thursday in April, June, October, and January. Meetings are at 5:30pm and are currently being held via virtual means. Additional meetings are scheduled, as needed. Board Members are asked to sit on at least one Board Committee, with each having their own frequency of meetings.
Are you an out-of-the box thinker?
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The SMHF Innovation Committee is inviting interested members of the community to submit an application to join our team. Our committee will develop and assess non-traditional sources of revenue for the SMHF in order to ensure long-term sustainability and achieve our current campaign objectives.
Time Commitment: The Innovation Committee meets on a monthly basis, or more frequently, if necessary. Currently, all meetings are taking place via virtual means.
Are you a people person?
Do you have the ability to open doors and inspire giving?
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The SMHF Campaign Cabinet is seeking individuals who are interested in joining our fundraising efforts. The $43 million capital campaign will support the community share of the funds required to be raised for the $167 million redevelopment project ($30 million), as well as critical equipment and technology upgrades.