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Greenwich House Advisory Council is a group of New York City young professionals interested in using their time, energies and resources to aid Greenwich House in serving the community through year long planning and hosting of volunteer and fundraising events.
The Advisory Council volunteers achieve this mission primarily through coordinating fundraising events and cultivating new council members, donors and corporate partnerships for Greenwich House. This group is encouraged to attend a minimum of 60 percent of scheduled meetings (present or via phone conference), aid in the financial support of our fundraising efforts and purchase event tickets or donate to Greenwich House.
Structure and Meetings
The Advisory Council holds hour-long meetings monthly at 27 Barrow Street. Members are welcome to invite interested individuals to attend. An email will be sent prior to each meeting with an agenda. Refreshments are often provided.
Greenwich House Advisory Council encourages its members to structure their own volunteer experience by becoming involved with activities and task teams that best align with their interests and expertise or areas in which they would like to explore. The Greenwich House Development Department provides administrative support to the Advisory Council and acts as liaison to the Executive Director and the Board of Directors.
Sharad Khemani has served as Co-Chair to the Greenwich House Advisory Council since 2012. He has engaged many colleagues and friends to become actively involved with Greenwich House throughout the years, particularly in support of the annual Taste and Oktoberfest events.
To learn more about becoming involved with the Greenwich House Advisory Council contact Development and Events Manager, Diane Perrin by email or at (212) 991-0003 ext.401.
About Greenwich House
Greenwich House is a registered 501 c(3) organization and a member of the United Neighborhood Houses of New York. If you are interested in learning more about the network of settlement houses and the work they do, click here.
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