The Price Center, a beacon of hope and empowerment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is embarking on an exhilarating phase of expansion. Our mission is to foster personal growth and community integration for those we serve. At this critical juncture, we are seeking passionate and committed board members to guide and support our journey forward.


Role and Responsibilities

  • Provide strategic oversight and governance to ensure The Price Center fulfills its mission effectively.
  • Act as an ambassador for The Price Center, advocating for our cause and promoting community awareness.
  • Participate actively in fundraising and resource development to secure the financial health and sustainability of the organization.
  • Offer expertise and insights in policy development and strategic planning.
  • Ensure fiscal responsibility and ethical integrity within the organization.
  • Attend and actively participate in board meetings and relevant committee meetings.
  • Support and evaluate the Chief Executive Officer.
  • Engage with the community and stakeholders to foster relationships that advance the organization’s goals.



  • A strong commitment to the mission and values of The Price Center.
  • Willingness to dedicate time and energy to the advancement of the organization.
  • Experience in governance, leadership, finance, fundraising, or related fields.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively as part of a diverse team.
  • A vision for the future of The Price Center and the communities we serve.


Why Join Us?

This is a unique opportunity to contribute to a legacy of compassion, inclusion, and transformative impact. As a board member during this pivotal expansion phase, your involvement will help shape the future of our organization and make a lasting difference in the lives of many. Join us in our journey to empower and uplift, creating a more inclusive world.


Application Process

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume along with a cover letter detailing their interest in the role and how they believe they can contribute to the mission of The Price Center to communications@thepricecenter.org.


Frequently Asked Questions for Prospective Board Members

Q: What is the mission of The Price Center?

A: The Price Center is dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through programs that promote personal growth and

community integration.

Q: What programs are offered at The Price Center?

A: The Price Center offers a wide range of programs designed to support personal development and community integration for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our offerings include:

  • Day Habilitation: Tailored day programs that focus on skill development and community activities.
  • Residential Services: Safe and supportive living environments that foster independence.
  • Employment Services: Training and support to help individuals secure and sustain employment.
  • Community-Based Activities: Opportunities for socialization, learning, and community involvement.


Each program is developed with the individual’s goals and preferences in mind, ensuring a person-centered approach.

Q: What are the expectations for board members?

A: Board members are expected to provide strategic governance, advocate for the organization, engage in fundraising efforts, attend meetings regularly, and use their unique skills to advance our mission.

Q: How often does the board meet?

A: The board typically meets bi-monthly, with occasional special meetings as needed.

Q: Is there a financial commitment expected from board members?

A: While board members are encouraged to contribute, there is no mandatory financial commitment. However, we do expect board members to participate in fundraising initiatives.

Q: What is the term length for a board member?

A: Board members usually serve for a term of [specific term length], which can be renewed upon mutual agreement.

Q: Can board members be involved in more than one committee?

A: Yes, board members can serve on multiple committees where their expertise and interests align with the committee’s focus.

Q: Are there any specific skills or expertise that The Price Center is looking for in board members?

A: We seek diverse skills ranging from nonprofit governance, finance, legal, marketing, fundraising, and more. A passion for our mission is the most critical qualification.

Q: How can I apply to become a board member?

A: Interested candidates should submit a resume and a cover letter expressing their interest and qualifications for the role to communications@thepricecenter.org.

A Call for Visionary Leadership: Seeking Our Next CEO

As we stand on the brink of an exciting new chapter, The Price Center seeks a new CEO to guide us through an era of growth and innovation. Our mission, to foster personal growth, community integration, and a nurturing environment for everyone we serve, is at the heart of our search. 



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