CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank, formerly The Crisis Center, has an active and committed board of directors whose role is to define the organization’s mission and govern the realization of that mission. Members meet nine times a year to determine policies and procedures, review financial health, and monitor progress toward the achievement of strategic objectives. A list of current board members can be seen here.
ATTN: Becci Reedus
1121 Gilbert Court
Iowa City IA 52240-4528
Board Committee Volunteers
To support the work of our skilled staff and dedicated volunteers, CommUnity needs active board members who are:
- Eager to play an important role in our community
- Committed to the dignity of all citizens
- Believe that diverse perspectives make everyone stronger
We want thoughtful, motivated people willing to:
- Share the benefit of their life experiences
- Collaborate with a wide variety of people and organizations
- Help make good desicions
- Plan for whatever the future might hold
The Directors are seeking community volunteers to serve on these committees. Most meet once a month and a one-year commitment is preferred. Click here to read a committee member’s responsibilities. Committee volunteers may be recommended for service as a board director in the future.
Download a Board Committee Application and mail it to Becci Reedus for consideration. For more information or if you have questions, contact Becci Reedus, our executive director, at (319) 351-2726 ext. 109 or via email at email@example.com.
A description of each board committee’s activities is provided below:
This committee monitors the financial health of CommUnity by creating and monitoring budgets, supervising investments, creating and implementing financial policies, and helping make other financial decisions.
This committee monitors and assists with outreach efforts by fundraising, overseeing communication with donors, administering gifts and grants, and making other decisions regarding development.
Program Oversight Committee
This committee monitors and guides policies related to the delivery of services to clients by identifying potential client markets and needs, monitoring the quality of services delivered, getting feedback from staff, volunteers, and clients about programs, and making other decisions regarding program oversight.
This committee develops and oversees recruitment, assessment, and maintenance of the other boards.