You can support HRC's work in the community!
We welcome volunteer help, and have a wide variety of opportunities available, including serving on our Board of Directors (more information below).
All agency volunteers and staff are annually required to sign the HRC Code of Conduct.
Board of Directors
The Housing Resource Center of Monterey County needs YOU!
Are you passionate about ending homelessness and helping everyone find—and learn to keep—safe, affordable housing? Do you have time, skills or expertise to share? The Housing Resource Center (HRC) of Monterey County is actively seeking dedicated individuals to join our Board of Directors and/or participate on working Board Committees.
HRC is an independent, non-profit housing agency. Over the past thirty years, HRC has prevented and ended homelessness for over 38,000 members of our community! Financial literacy and other skills that teach independence and long-term sustainability are integral components of all of our programs.
Please help us grow! We are particularly looking to add individuals with expertise in housing, non-profit finance, Board Governance, fundraising, or human resources to our Board. We meet monthly at our office at 201 John Street, near downtown Salinas. Additionally, each Committee meets monthly or as needed. For more information, please contact Jess Gutierrez at 408-772-7648 or email email@example.com or Kelley Ann Foy at 831-402-0432 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of Directors of the Housing Resource Center of Monterey County (HRC) is responsible for overseeing the mission and purpose of the organization. The duties of the Board include participation in strategic planning and making policy decisions. Board members attend monthly Board and Committee meetings, follow through on commitments, and participate fully in the leadership, decision-making and fund development process. The Board also represents HRC’s image to the community and solicits community support in achieving HRC’s fundraising and service goals. Each Board member makes an annual contribution to HRC, and to the United Way. The Board works closely with, and supports the work of, the HRC Executive Director.
Board members serve an initial term of two years. Each Board member sits on at least one Board Committee. Standing Committees may include:
The Program Committee documents programmatic processes and procedures of the agency. The Committee participates in evaluating and assessing programs, outcomes, and service delivery; and makes recommendations to the Board and Executive Director to improve programs to meet community needs.
Other Committees are formed on an as-needed basis.