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SUBMIT A JOB POSTING


As a service to local 501c3 nonprofit organizations, Whitefish Community Foundation will publish Flathead Valley nonprofit job openings on our website for up to 30 days. There is no fee to submit a job posting.

SUBMIT A VOLUNTEER OPENING


As a service to local 501c3 nonprofit organizations, Whitefish Community Foundation will publish Flathead Valley nonprofit volunteer position openings on our website.

Nonprofit Job Board

 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of NW Montana

Customer Relations Specialist

Contact Samantha Dennison, Program Manager
406.250.9971, info@bbbsnwmontana.org

 

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF GLACIER COUNTRY
Program Staff (4 openings)

Contact Mandy Anderson, CEO
307.797.1189, manderson@bgcglacier.org

 

Creative Arts Council
Family Strong Coordinator

Contact Arri Sendzimir, CAC Facility Director
(406) 297-3270 
info@eurekaartsandhistory.org

 

DREAM ADAPTIVE RECREATION

Development Manager

Julie Tickle, Executive Director
(406) 862-1817
jtickle@dreamadaptive.org

FLATHEAD YOUTH HOME

Home Manager

Contact Lori Madden, Program Manager
406-755-4622

Position and Application Details

Youth Counselor

Contact Lori Madden, Program Manager
406-755-4622

Position and Application Details

FRIENDS OF THE FLATHEAD AVALANCHE CENTER

Communications Manager

Emily Struss, Director of Operations
(406) 241-0562
emily@flatheadavalanche.org

 

GLACIER INSTITUTE

Kitchen Specialist

Garrett Tovey, Director of Education
(406) 755-1211

North Valley Food Bank

Community Outreach Coordinator

Sophie Albert, Executive Director
406-862-5863
sophie@northvalleyfoodbank.org

 

WHITEFISH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Coordinator of Development

Contact Rachel Erickson, Head of School
(406)862-5875

rerickson@whitefishchristianacademy.org

Volunteer job board

 
Boys & Girls Club of Glacier Country

Program Staff – Assist with programming and provide a consistent commitment of one afternoon a week at our Evergreen Clubhouse at 315 East Evergreen Drive from 3:00pm-5:30pm.  2.5 hours per week. Ongoing position.

Contact Mandy Anderson
manderson@bgcglacier.org
(307) 797-1189

CODE GIRLS UNITED

Board Member – Help us go from Start Up to Scale Up. Leadership, strategy, building trust, fiduciary oversight, compliance, financial support, and connection to donors are the skills needed in our board members.

Board meetings are primarily monthly, and board members are expected to either chair or support committees. Passion for what we do, familiarity with nonprofit boards, fundraising, or positioning companies to move beyond the startup phase is desired.

We are looking for board members who:
– Invite friends to events, volunteer, and donate.
– Host events such as donor appreciation or introduction to Code Girls United
– Share stories about Code Girls United on social media and networking groups
– Act as a cheerleader by celebrating our organization and fundraising successes.

Based in Kalispell. 10-15 hours per month. Ongoing.

Contact Marianne Smith
m.smith@codegirlsunited.org

DREAM Adaptive recreation

Treasurer, Board of Directors

We are seeking a new treasurer to serve on our Board of Directors!

Contact David Sandler
davidsandler@icloud.com
(406) 261-0888

 

Alpine Ski and Ride Volunteer Instructors, Nordic Ski Volunteer Instructors, Non-Sport/Instructor Volunteer

DREAM Instructor Volunteers help provide over 1,200 lessons a season for people with disabilities in alpine skiing, snowboarding, and nordic skiing!

We are always looking for additional volunteers to join our team! No previous instructor experience is required, DREAM will provide all necessary training in teaching skiing/riding and disability awareness. If you have a passion for helping people get outside and access outdoor recreation, please reach out, we’d love to chat with you more!

All Volunteer Instructors must be able to ski or ride at an intermediate level in order to teach and must attend one classroom training and two on-snow training sessions. DREAM is happy to work with each instructor individually if scheduling conflicts arise.

We also have non-sport/instructor related volunteers roles. This includes equipment maintenance (waxing skis/boards, etc.), organizing lessons, event support, administrative support, and more!

Based in Whitefish. No minimum time commitment required. Winter Volunteers needed October 2021-March 2022.

Contact Madeline Westbrook
(406) 862-1817 ext. 2
programs@dreamadaptive.org

 

FLATHEAD YOUTH HOME

Advisory Board Member – Our Advisory Board members serve as our advocates, advisors, and supporters as we care for our community’s vulnerable youth. AB members assist with fundraising, events, and public relations. Our diverse board allows each member to bring his/her strengths and talents to this hands-on effort of supporting our mission to help every youth feel safe, have a sense of belonging, and find a place to call home.” We ask that board members make a minimum one year commitment and then define their individual terms beyond that. We meet once a month in person or by Zoom. Time commitment includes the one hour monthly board meeting and up to 3-4 additional monthly hours during our two big fundraisers.  

Contact Hannah Plumb
hplumb@youthhomesmt.org
(406) 890-2430

Glacier Nordic Club

Chet Hope Youth Ski League Volunteer Coaches and Assistants

Share your love of cross-country skiing with youth ages 4 to 10 and become a volunteer coach. Chet Hope Youth Ski League started nearly 40 years ago and has provided thousands of local youth the opportunity to learn to cross-country ski at an affordable cost. To keep it affordable we NEED volunteer coaches.

7 Saturday mornings, 10 to 11:30 am, Jan 8 to Feb 19, 2022, at the Glacier Nordic Center OR 7 Wednesday afternoons, 4 to 5:30 pm, January 5 to February 16, 2022 at the Glacier Nordic Center OR 7 Monday afternoons, 4 to 5:30 pm, January 10 to February 21, 2022 in Whitefish/Columbia Falls. Plus a two hour training in early January.

Regular coaches and assistants receive a free membership pass for skiing at the Glacier Nordic Center at the Whitefish Lake Golf Course for next season and a hat.

All that’s needed is a love of kids and being comfortable on and owning classic ski gear. (not skate gear). Lead coaches must be 18 and older.

NOT SURE? Start out as an assistant – sweep/pick up the rear and see how it all works. We welcome adults and youth ages 13 and up as assistant coaches.

Contact Peg Havlovick
(208) 484-1954
peg@glaciernordicclub.com

 

KALICO ART CENTER

Front Desk – The Front Desk Volunteer is a crucial community-facing individual that helps with greeting visitors, shares with the community what KALICO has to offer, and helps keep the facility clean and welcoming. Approximately two hours per week. Ongoing position.

Contact Dru Rafkin
(406) 471-2832
volunteer@kalicoartcenter.com

Art Teacher – KALICO is always looking for creatives to share and teach what they do with our community! We are looking for Art Teachers to teach workshops and classes, come share your art expertise with us. We serve all ages and abilities, so no matter what and who you like to teach there is a place for you here!

Contact Jemina Watson
(406) 471-2832 execdirector@kalicoartcenter.org

NORTH VALLEY FOOD BANK

Holiday Distribution Prep Crew

The Holiday Prep Crew will be helping us assemble our holiday bags as well as building our weekly Drive-thru Distribution Boxes and spreading Holiday Cheer! Depending on the day and donations, volunteers working this shift might check dates on community donations, stock warehouse shelves, sort produce donated by local grocery stores, pack boxes for distribution, repack large quantities of food, break down boxes, and more!

Volunteers working this shift must wear closed-toed shoes.

Contact Anya Brown
406-862-5863
anya@northvalleyfoodbank.org

Holiday Distribution Drive-thru Crew

The Holiday Distribution Crew will be helping us distribute our holiday goodie bags as well as our weekly Drive-thru boxes. Depending on the day and donations, volunteers working this shift might be signing volunteers in, lifting boxes into our customers cars, making sure they get a holiday bag as well as any other extras we have that week. Volunteers might also check dates on community donations, stock warehouse shelves, sort produce donated by local grocery stores, pack boxes for distribution, repack large quantities of food, break down boxes, and more!

Volunteers working this shift must wear closed-toed shoes. Please dress appropriately it could be chilly!

Contact Anya Brown
406-862-5863
anya@northvalleyfoodbank.org

Board of Directors Member – We are seeking new members for our Board of Directors from around the Flathead Valley who are passionate about food security. Board members have the opportunity to actively engage in the work of NVFB, advocate for food security and strong communities, help with program development, events and fundraising, and serve in an advisory role.

The time commitment is estimated at 10 hours monthly. Regular service includes preparation and attendance of board meetings and service on one or more committees. Additionally, we encourage board members to volunteer at the food bank to better understand the functions of the organization and the community that we serve.

Our board terms are 3 years. Board members may serve up to 2 terms.

Contact Wendy Coyne
406-862-5863
caraboo728@gmail.com

Position Description & Application Details

Grocery Store Crew – The Grocery Store Crew is responsible for keeping our Grocery Store stocked and clean. Depending on the day and donations, volunteers working this shift might stock grocery store shelves, answer customers in-store questions, check-out and bag groceries, check dates on community donations, stock warehouse shelves, break down boxes, and more. We are looking for weekly volunteers but always need extra hands. This ongoing position is located in Whitefish.

Contact Anya Brown
406-862-5863 ext. 1005
anya@northvalleyfoodbank.org

Drive-thru Distribution Crew – Each week we distribute free groceries at our facility in Whitefish. Distribution is currently arranged as a drive thru service, outside of our building, and takes place regardless of weather. All customers are asked to stay in their car to decrease person-to-person contact. Distribution volunteers are the face of the Food Bank and thus carry the essential responsibility of treating all customers with dignity and compassion! Depending on the day volunteers might greet and record customer information, load boxes into customer’s cars, stock distribution supplies, re-pack large quantities of food, check expiration dates and put away donations, break down boxes, and more. Volunteers in this role are required to lift 30 lbs repeatedly, must wear weather appropriate clothing, and close-toed shoes. This ongoing position is on Thursdays, and shifts are 3 hours.

Contact Anya Brown
406-862-5863 ext. 1005
anya@northvalleyfoodbank.org