Join us in shaping the future of Givat Shmuel and cast your vote in the 2021 Nonprofit Elections!
Founded in 2013, the GSC - Givat Shmuel Community is an award winning, grassroots nonprofit that serves to help local English-speakers acclimate and thrive. Now, it's time to elect our new Executive Board!
As follows is all the pertinent information regarding the 2021 election cycle. Please check back often for updates.
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Last updated: 21 November 2021 @ 9:00
Want to use your talents and ideas to benefit Givat Shmuel olim? Submit your candidacy by December 8th.
At a glance
On December 22nd, 2021, The GSC - Givat Shmuel Community (R.A.) will be holding elections for its Executive Board. Anyone can run as a candidate and all nonprofit members may vote.
This year, voting will take place via an anonymous online form, sent to your email. Early voting will begin at 21:30 on December 21st.
The election event itself will take place via zoom on December 22nd @ 20.30 (Details TBA). Voting will close at 21:30, with the results announced immediate thereafter.
How to vote
Voting will take place via a verified link sent to your email.
Its easy and anonymous.
8 December 2021 @ 23:39
21 December 2021 @ 21:30
Early voting begins
22 December 2021
20:30 - Election event (Zoom)
21:30 - Voting closes
1 January 2022
New board inaugurated
Role Descriptions & Responsibilities
The public face of the nonprofit. Oversees all of the nonprofit's activities, include the Board, committees, fundraising, and volunteer recruitment.
Keeps the nonprofit running smoothly. Manages all record keeping, and tracks all nonprofit events, activities, and administrative deadlines.
Follows the money. Tracks the nonprofit's funds and budgets, manages the financial records, and handles payments, receipts, and expense reimbursement.
Spreads the message. Publicizes events and coordinates the creation and marketing of promotional/informational materials.
"Action Committee" Chairs
Gets things done. Manages volunteers and activities around specific community needs.
In 2021, there are three positions available:
- Events Chair - Manages the Events Committee, which focuses on general community events and activities.
- Torah Chair - Manages the Torah Committee, which focuses on community events and activities with a Torah component.
- Welcoming Chair - Manages the Welcoming committee, which focuses on events and activities targeting new community members.