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You have time, talent, and treasure to give, and local nonprofits need your help!

Browse our database below of available nonprofit board service opportunities to see if there are any openings that align with what you and the nonprofit are looking for! Connect with the nonprofits directly if you're intested in one of their available opportunities. 

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If you have questions or are looking to remove/update one of your nonprofit listings, please contact Lindsay Benedetto at lbenedetto@cftexas.org or 214-750-4254.

 

LRTC Training Center


LRTC Training Center provides occupational training to participants so they can develop the in-demand skills necessary to gain employment and excel in their new careers. They are currently seeking three board members to help establish meaningful and productive relationships within the community.

Lunch Box of Love


Lunch Box of Love is an Arlington-based nonprofit organization that believes in helping less fortunate people receive the things they need. So many of us take our security for granted, believing that we could never be the person going hungry. As so many found out recently, life can change in the blink of an eye. A job can be lost, and people get displaced. For those people, Lunch Box of Love is there to reach out a helping hand.

Maker District


Maker District's mission is to put tools and technology in the hands of the community and to make starting a creative business accessible to everyone. They are seeking two diverse, experienced fundraisers that are well-connected within the community and who believe in their mission.

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They offer a platform where individuals and families can feel secure to express their ideas and experiences on a variety of topics dealing with mental and emotional health issues. They are seeking diverse board members who can offer a variety of skills and services, experience levels, resources, funding and training.

MEED Center


MEED Center is a 501c3 nonprofit organization established in 1999 by the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce (Asian Chamber of Texas) with the purpose of helping the low to moderate income community, new immigrants, and refugees in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex and adjoining areas of North Texas. They are seeking four board members with a variety of skills.

Metro Relief, Inc.


Metro Relief is a nonprofit organization walking alongside the poor and homeless, building relationships through consistent interaction by way of its mobile bus outreach and connecting people to resources with the goal of life transformation.

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Metrocrest Services


Metrocrest services provides programs for families, individuals, and seniors that lead to self-sufficiency and foster independence. Programs include basic needs (rent assistance and food), financial education, employment services (including education/training), and support services for seniors such as rides and meal delivery. They are seeking three new board members who can think strategically.

Mission Possible Kids


Mission Possible Kids empowers kids and teens to become "agents of change" in our world through service. They are seeking four board members with mid-level and above executives or ambitious up-and-comers who are influencers in their companies or communities and willing to serve as ambassadors to further the work of Mission Possible Kids.

Mosaic Family Services


Mosaic Family Services is a safe haven for survivors of human rights abuses. They are seeking four board members who have experience in: finance/accounting, public relations, advertising, or human resources. They are also seeking board members with a diverse background.

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