Interested in serving?
Volunteers are vital to the operation of The Success Foundation. We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and depend on volunteers to complete the important work of our committees.
Why volunteer with us?
As a volunteer for The Success Foundation, you become a part of the District 6 family. On average, we have about 200 volunteers that help us year-round. We have multiple opportunities that range from long-term commitments like Board and Committee members to shorter commitments like event planning or day of support.
When you volunteer, you’re contributing to the kind of community and world you want to live in. Tap into your passions and interests and help empower students in Greeley-Evans School District 6!
What can I do?
Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors exists to provide leadership, governance, strategic direction, and financial oversight to The Success Foundation Serving Greeley-Evans Schools. We request that you have expertise and/or knowledge in the following areas: strategic planning, finance, resource development, public relations/marketing, educational programming, event planning, or grant writing/evaluation. You must be able to commit time and effort to Foundation Board meetings and activities, attending at least 75% of monthly meetings, and all events. The term of an elected director shall be three years, and the elected director shall serve no more than two successive terms.
Standing Committees (long-term commitment)
Responsible for providing financial guidance including budgeting, financial planning, financial reporting, and the creation and monitoring of internal controls and accountability policies.
Coordinate, direct, and oversee communications efforts that effectively promote and enhance the mission of The Success Foundation.
Coordinate, direct, and oversee fundraising activities. This committee is not solely responsible for fundraising, but takes the lead in this work.
Recruit volunteers needed for the Board of Directors, standing committees, and task forces. This committee is not solely responsible for recruitment, but guides the work and ensures the process is strategic.
Task Forces (short-term commitment)
Responsible for reviewing, evaluating, and making recommendations on grant awards to The Success Foundation Board. Assist in awarding grants in-person once approved, and assist in end-of-grant evaluation process to ensure impact of funds are maximized.
Thrive on $5
Coordinate, direct, and oversee employee giving campaign. Work with standing committees to accomplish campaign goals and increase new donors. Coordinate with school administration and department heads to help distribute campaign materials and information.
District 6 Community Kickoff
Coordinate The Success Foundation booth activities and giveaways, help in securing donations for the volunteer green room, and support the district’s steering committee as needed.
Success in 6 Awards
Coordinate, direct, and oversee all aspects of the awards ceremony including application development and selection, event planning, and day of responsibilities.
Responsible for organizing and executing the event, and maximizing publicity and fundraising potential. Coordinate all aspects of the event including event planning, program development, outreach and sponsorship, table captains, and marketing.
Coordinate, direct, and oversee all aspects of the event including event planning, volunteer/rider recruitment, sponsorship, marketing, and outreach efforts.