Service With Charitus

Join our Board of Directors or Investment Committee

Charitus offers a unique opportunity to contribute as a leadership volunteer on our dedicated Board of Directors or Investment Committee.

We are a charitable foundation with a strong focus on Charitus, responsible investment management and grants, overseeing $85 million in assets. If you possess the skills and passion to help us achieve our mission, consider joining our esteemed team.

Our current board members bring their expertise, guiding Charitus towards continued growth, and we’re particularly interested in candidates who can enhance the diversity of our board, reflecting the community we serve.

Explore your potential to make a meaningful impact on our organization and the causes we support.

Qualifications

If you have the desire to help Charitus achieve its goals as a leadership volunteer, as well as one or more of the following skills, we’d like to hear from you.

  • Experience as a director, especially of a charitable organization or foundation
  • Knowledge of investing, particularly Responsible Investment
  • Experience with public education, awareness and promotion
  • Marketing public affairs or communications perspective
  • Familiarity with the life and mission of the church
  • We may give preference to candidates whose age, gender, ethnicity, etc. adds to the diversity of the board and makes it more closely resemble the constituency served by Charitus.

To take the first step toward strengthening your congregation and nurturing its mission, please reach out via our contact form to request our assistance in creating a customized planned giving program and workshop tailored to your congregation’s needs.

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Responsibilities

The Charitus board currently consists of 6-9 volunteer directors. Directors are elected for a three-year term and are eligible to serve a maximum of two consecutive terms. The board usually meets five times per year. The Annual General Meeting of the corporation in April is an additional meeting that directors are asked to attend if they are able.

The only standing committee of the board is the Investment Committee, consisting of two appointed directors and three outside members. From time to time directors may be asked to serve on a board task force.