Jul 24, 2019
Southern Frontenac Community Services has been serving South Frontenac and rural Kingston for three decades, and in July 2020 the organization will be celebrating thirty years as a charity. The Board of Directors is looking for volunteers who are interested and able to commit to helping plan special events up to and including the big day, July 4, 2020.
“We know that many people have been positively impacted by the services provided through SFCSC over the years,” says Executive Director, David Townsend, “and we’d really like to hear from them as we plan for the year ahead.”
SFCSC is looking not only for folks who have been touched by their programs, but also for those who have skills they are willing to share to enhance the events. “If you have marketing acumen, design skills, or special event expertise, we’d be delighted for your support,” adds Townsend.
Interested volunteers are asked to review a Terms of Reference for the committee that are posted on the organization’s website at sfcsc.ca under the “Get Involved” tab. Directions for submitting an Expression of Interest are also on that page.
Volunteers are asked to submit a maximum 500-word letter as an Expression of Interest to sit on the planning committee, no later than Friday, August 16, 2019. In the letter, applicants are asked to suggest one idea they have to recognize the anniversary, and describe their skills and interest.
Applicants will be notified by the end of August, and will meet in September
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