Board Member Recruitment!

Interested in joining a non-profit board?

Candlelight Ranch is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing therapeutic and educational nature based experiences to enrich the lives of at risk youth and children with disabilities.  We are currently recruiting enthusiastic board, advisory council, and committee members from the central Texas area.  Candlelight Ranch is located in Marble Falls, and meetings and fundraising efforts are centered in Austin, Texas.  We are looking for people with a passion to grow our executive team, development team, communications team, ranch team, programs team, and assist with coordinating our annual fundraiser.

Responsibilities of Board Members

Board members share the general responsibility of organization oversight, ensuring adequate resources, and enhancing our public standing by being ambassadors for the organization to others.  They are also expected to spend some time at the Candlelight Ranch facility as a volunteer so that they truly understand how we enrich the lives of children.  Our Board Culture is constantly evolving as we grow and increase our size, but we continue to work very much as a team, supporting each other.  Our meetings are run in a business like fashion on the second Tuesday of every month, but are casual and open discussion is invited in order to make the important decisions needed to enhance the success of our mission and move toward our vision.

Opportunities: Advisory and Committee Roles

If you have a specific skill set you feel would be useful to us, but do not feel comfortable with the full commitment of a board member consider getting involved in one of our committees or partnering with us to increase our development/communications reach, as well as help us further enhance our programs for the children we serve.

Contact us today!

For more information, please email donbarr@candlelightranch.org and include a short description of your interest area associated with Candlelight Ranch.

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