BoomerWorks is a 100% volunteer-run nonprofit organization.
We are changing the way professionals age 50+ who are in-transition or are facing ageism in the workplace earn income by transitioning from W-2 to self-employment. We provide specialized training and resources to help them become successful freelancers or small business owners.
But, we can't do it without the wonderful help of our volunteers.
And as our programs are growing fast, as well as the community we serve, so does our need for more of you who wish to “give back” and put your skills to work to help the important BoomerWorks mission.
It is a great way to meet other extraordinary people, network, learn and share your talents.
Volunteer areas are:
· Fundraising - corporate and high net worth individuals
· Marketing - copy-writing, blog management, social, website, campaign management
· Curriculum and Resource Development
· Community Partnerships
· Sponsor Recruitment - events
· Event Logistics
· Meeting Facilitation
· Program Management
· Administrative Assistance
Whether you have just a little time to give - or a little bit more - every volunteer and every moment counts! If you are interested in joining our volunteer team, please fill out the form below. Please use the open comment field to tell us about any specialization you can offer.
Your information is strictly confidential and will not be shared with any outside parties. We ask for your email and phone number so that we may further contact with you.
Thank you for the generosity of your time!
Volunteer Program Manager
This is an important non-paid role on the BoomerWorks leadership team and Advisory Board.
The position is ideal for an individual whose life situation provides a lot of flexibility and can dedicate 15-30 hours per week depending on the season.
BoomerWorks is a fiscally sponsored program of United Charitable, a registered 501(c)(3) public charity, EIN 20-4286082. All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. All funds raised by BoomerWorks are received by and become the sole property of United Charitable which, for internal operating purposes, allocates the funds to the program. The Program Manager makes recommendations for disbursements which are reviewed by United Charitable for approval.