Auxiliary Board

Young Professionals. Extraordinary Impact. 

Together, Auxiliary Board members make a collective impact that changes the lives of those we serve. They volunteer, raise funds, and grow awareness in the wider community - all in support of the mission. 

2 female members of the Auxiliary board chatting, along with more male members behind them.

How You'll Benefit

Serving on the Auxiliary Board is exceptionally rewarding and comes with real benefits for young professionals looking to grow your network, skills, and impact. ​

  • Network with the Board of Directors and active business & civic leaders at events

  • Enhance planning and oversight abilities by participating in professional volunteer committees, including: Special Events, and Finance & Audit.

  • Pathway for future leadership on Association House’s governing Board of Directors

  • Contribute to the legacy one of the oldest nonprofit organizations in Chicago

Your Responsibilities

Auxiliary Board members advance the mission by fulfilling the following responsibilities:

  • Attend quarterly Auxiliary Board meetings

  • Attend auxiliary fundraising and networking events

  • Participate in volunteer opportunities

  • Participate in committee work aligned to your interests and skills

  • Make a personal commitment through a give/get requirement – of at least $250

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Rose, a white female Auxiliary board member smiling.

"To me, being a part of something bigger than me is so important and the House has helped me find that. Hearing personal stories is my favorite part of volunteering.  It is great seeing individuals lift each other up and invest in themselves."  

- Rose, Auxiliary Board Member

Join Us

Young professionals are encouraged to express interest through the member application.

If you have questions, please reach out to Drew, Donor Relations Coordinator at dwilliams@associationhouse.org. 

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