LArche Irencion in Bradford, Mass., is seeking volunteers to share their lives with people with disabilities. One-year commitment requested, generous stipend offered, located 45 minutes from Boston. Contact P.O. Box 5034, Bradford, MA 01835; (978) 374-6928; Lirencion@ aol.com.
Emmaus House, a community of homeless individuals building new lives in New York City, is seeking volunteers to live out their Christian faith in solidarity with the poor. Social workers, grant writers, editors, graphic artists, maintenance staff, and business managers are needed. Contact Volunteers, Emmaus House, P.O. Box 1177, New York, NY 10035; fax: (212) 410-4377.
B.R.E.A.D., a congregation-based community organization in Columbus, Ohio, seeks an organizer to work with member congregations to train leaders, build relationships, and research issues. Experience is helpful but not a prerequisite. Send rTsumT to Rev. John Aeschbury, B.R.E.A.D., 1015 E. Main St., Columbus, OH 43205.
The Highlander Research and Education Center (HREC) in New Market, Tenn., seeks a director to continue building a movement for economic and social justice in the South. Applicants should have experience in collaborative leadership, nonprofit management, and fundraising. Send resume to HREC, c/o Adams and Associates, 2931 Mozart Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20904; fax: (301) 847-1048; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Executive director is wanted for a Christian child development center in a low-income, multicultural neighborhood. Four years experience in Christian education or social work is required. Send a rTsumT answering the question "What is the role of the nonprofit childcare center in a low-income neighborhood?" to the Home of Neighborly Service Search Committee, c/o Presbytery of Denver (USA), 1710 S. Grant, Denver, CO 80210.
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