Community Board Volunteer Request

LBC receives requests for volunteers from community organizations. Please see the details below regarding board members for Richcroft.

 

Organization Name: Richcroft, Inc.

Organization Website: www.richcroft.com

Contact Name: Kevin Drumheller

Contact Email: kevind@richcroft.com

Contact Phone Number: 410-316-9528

Organization Mission: To create opportunities for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to make choices that will assist them in living full and productive lives.

Volunteer Opportunity: Board Member

Desired Skills:

  • Development
  • Event Planning
  • Finances
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Strategic Planning/Positioning
  • Technology

Board Responsibilities:

  • Time Commitment
  • Serve on Committee

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