Young Professionals Board (YPB)
The mission of the YPB of Day One is to help support Day One in our efforts to provide legal services, preventive education, and peer leadership opportunities to NYC youth. Its goal is to increase the awareness of Day One, support the functioning of the organization, and help put an end to domestic violence in our community.
The YPB is a hands-on group that provides advice, assistance, and imagination to the staff and Board of Day One. The YPB is a group with strong ties to the community, knowledge of what is happening around town, and a commitment to philanthropy and volunteerism. Each individual member brings unique talents to the board—expertise in domestic violence, youth issues, education, legal services, policy, fundraising, event planning, nonprofit administration—reflecting the diverse community that is New York City.
If you are interested in joining this dedicated group of young professionals, please email Stephanie Nilva at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assist Day One in promoting our programs, services, and events by forwarding information to friends, colleagues, and others, encouraging their involvement in Day One.
Attend YPB meetings and meet periodically with the Director or a Day One board member.
Provide advice to Day One staff – in their area of expertise – on issues such as fundraising, media relations, community outreach, programming for NYC youth, trainings for NYC professionals, serving NYC youth in a culturally appropriate manner, local social service and school-based referrals, policy development, and administrative matters.
Design, plan, attend, support, and volunteer in the execution of two Day One events and other potential fundraising campaigns.
Develop knowledge about Day One’s programs by attending a community-based workshop and other events during the year, meeting the staff of the organization, and maintaining current knowledge of Day One’s partnerships and activities through the Day One website.
Commit to financially supporting Day One by raising at least $300 per year, $100 of which must be met through a personal gift.