Functions of Advisory Board
We want individuals who believe in and are committed to the Vision, Mission and Core Values of Therapeutic Adventures, Inc. If you have prior experience in one or more of the following areas: business management, finance, risk management, insurance, law, fund raising and development, marketing and public relations, medicine/health care/rehabilitation, physical/occupational therapy, nursing, special education, or military service, please consider sharing your expertise to help us enrich the lives of those we serve. As we are an ALL volunteer organization, we rely on YOU!
Our greatest needs:
Responsible for TA / I~AS Special Events: (programs, outreach, fund-raising) Recruit and manage personnel, volunteers and resources necessary for successful operation.
Grants & Development
Responsible for researching potential TA / I~AS grant sources – businesses, corporations, foundations, government agencies (contact information, deadlines, reporting requirements, funding focus, etc.) that will serve as sources of funding to carry out the vision of Therapeutic Adventures and IndependencePlus Adaptive Sports.
Marketing & PR/Communications/Resource Development
Responsible for development of TA / I~AS (1) publications, newsletters, and other printed promotional materials used to improve organization awareness; (2) social media, videos, radio spots.
Military/Veterans/Armed Forces Relations
Responsible for development of TA / I~AS programs, outreach and services for military personnel and their families. We serve Disabled Military Heroes -Veterans and personnel who have been injured and/or disabled while serving our country in one of the branches of the armed forces — (Army, Navy,Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, and National Guard).
Alumni Relations – Athlete, Family & Volunteers
Responsible for: (1) tracking, monitoring and communication with TA / I~AS Alumni – (adaptive athletes, clients, family members, and volunteers); (2) organize events and services to maintain TA / I~AS Alumni support and volunteer recognition.
Share this Page