Help Dining for Women…
Are you passionate, engaged and ready to lend a hand to our effort to give a hand up – not a hand out – to women and girls around the world? Yes? Great, let’s get started. Occasionally we have needs at the headquarters level for individuals to serve on committees or helping with areas like communications or the website. Here’s a list of our current volunteer needs. New positions are added regularly. When you find a position that fits your gifts and passions, click apply to fill out the volunteer application.
An important of part of Dining For Women’s Member Education is to further our collective knowledge and cultural sensitivity to the different geographies, cultures, customs and cuisines of our grantees and beneficiaries. By immersing ourselves in this cultural experience we seek to build a global community and strengthen our bonds within our chapters and across the oceans to our grantees and beneficiaries. Dining For Women is seeking an energetic and curious “Recipe Curator” to continue in the footsteps of Linda McElroy our present Recipe Curator who is seeking retirement from this responsibility.
Click here for full job description. Deadline is October 31.
The Dining for Women (DFW) Diversity & Inclusion Committee’s purpose is to define, encourage and support diversity and inclusion in DFW so people from all walks of life are welcome to participate and engage in DFW’s mission and outreach.
A greater diversity of races, ethnicities, gender identities, sexual orientations, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, faiths/beliefs, politics, cultures, and languages among our members will strengthen our collective voices to create change. As we increase our diversity we will also focus on inclusion to ensure that all are voices are empowered in Dining for Women.
Regional Leaders play a key role in attracting, engaging, retaining and mobilizing Dining for Women members within their assigned region. They are responsible for the overall management of the region, including oversight of a team of volunteer leaders, the development and support of regional strategies to grow new chapters, retain existing chapters, and increase awareness of DFW and its mission.
Requirements for this position include strong interpersonal skills, effective written and verbal communication skills, public speaking experience, good organizational skills, and ability to manage a team of volunteers.
We are currently looking for Regional Leaders or Co-Leaders in the following regions:
- Carolinas (NC, SC)
- Heartland (IA, IL, MN, MO, ND, NE, SD, WI)
- Texokana (KS, OK, TX)
For questions or further information, please contact Wendy Frattolin, Communications and Membership Director, at email@example.com.
Click here to view the full Regional Leader job description.
Volunteer Mentors cultivate, nurture, and inspire DFW Chapter Leaders by helping to launch new chapters and motivating existing chapters to stay engaged and active. By developing and maintaining personal connections with Chapter Leaders, Mentors play an important role in ensuring chapter health and retention at the grassroots level of DFW.
This is a great opportunity for members who are passionate about DFW, want to work with and support Chapter Leaders, and enjoy mentoring or coaching. Although experience as a current or past Chapter Leader is preferred, it is not necessary. All training will be provided.
We are currently looking for Mentors across all DFW regions.
For questions or more information, please contact the volunteer Regional Leader in your region. Click here for a list of Regional Leaders and regional email addresses.
Click here to view a full description of the Mentor roles and responsibilities.