|Organization||Trinity Episcopal Church|
|Contact Phone Number||(434) 293-3157|
|Primary Focus Area||Hunger/Housing/Poverty|
|Year Organization Established||2013|
|Number of Paid Staff||1|
|Current Operating Budget||$50,000|
|Board Meeting Frequency||Quarterly|
|City In Which Board Meetings Are Held||Charlottesville|
Board Position type
Bread & Roses Steering Committee Chair
Desired skills, perspectives, experiences, and characteristics of new board members
Skills and Qualifications
- Passionate about food justice, defined as communities exercising their right to grow, sell, and eat healthy food
- Dedicated to, and reflective about, the value of diversity and inclusion
- Is a solutions-oriented team player and values diverse perspectives
- Has a track record of leadership and management, board experience a plus
- Organized and able to create systems for clear communication
- Experienced with financial management (i.e. budget oversight, fundraising)
- Is familiar with, and has relationships, in the Charlottesville community
- Shares value of ministry, and sees this work as part of one’s vocation
- Oversee and manage Committee communications and project progress
- Oversee and manage Committee systems and operations
- Together with the current Committee, recruit 3 Committee members
- Co-manage budget and fundraising with a vision towards sustainability
- Cultivate external partnerships
Annual Time Commitment (including committee meetings, special events, work outside the board, etc.)
Roughly 5 hours per month. Would prefer if the Chair committed to a minimum of two years of service.
Is a minimum financial contribution required?
Prior Board experience preferred?
Does the Board have term limits?
Bread & Roses, the primary outreach ministry of Trinity Episcopal Church, is “transforming the ways we acquire, cook, and relate to the food we eat”. We work in the Charlottesville community to support teaching the individual skills of cooking, gardening, and nutrition choices, while paying attention to the larger issues of shifting toward a more equitable and accessible food system. We work to facilitate these shifts–seed by seed and bite by bite–by using our outdoor space for organic demonstration gardens and our commercial kitchen for classes and micro food businesses, and by collaborating to share our resources with other community organizations.
We are seeking a Steering Committee Chair. In coordination with our Program Coordinator, the Chair will bring their energy, skills, and talent to running an organized, action-oriented Steering Committee. This is an unpaid position. This person does not have to be religiously affiliated.
Does The Organization have Directors & Officer's insurance?