Board Member - Fund Development Specialty

Atlas Assistance Dogs | Bellevue, WA

Posted Date 3/27/2024

Atlas Assistance Dogs(C) (Atlas) is looking for a few key people to expand our board.

We are looking for someone with experience guiding fund development efforts (donor cultivation, fundraising planning, ongoing strategy, etc.) to help us take our organization to the next level.

Our organization is in its 8th year and at an exciting time to join. We are stable with mature programs and are working on building out long term fund-development, governance, outreach and marketing strategies that will carry us for years to come. This is a great point to have significant influence. Ours is largely a working board, and we are looking for people who want to be involved and make an impact. Location does not matter; we have people across the US.

Passion and interest about the service dog and/or disability community is strongly appreciated. We welcome and encourage anyone with a disability to join our team!

This role is crucial to our ongoing sustainability. Please let us know if you have experience and are interested.

Applicants should be based in the US, but may be in any US location.

Atlas Assistance Dogs is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit working to ensure access to assistance dogs for anyone who would benefit from them by bringing qualify training and certification to the individual wishing to be part of training their own dog.


 Location: PO box 525, Bellevue, WA 98009, US

Mission Statement

Atlas Assistance Dogs strives to eliminate obstacles to obtaining an assistance dog and helps anyone who qualifies under the Americans with Disabilities Act to obtain a certified assistance dog.


Atlas Assistance Dogs helps people who legally qualify for an assistance dog under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to obtain a certified assistance dog. We help to resolve challenges and remove barriers people face in obtaining an assistance dog. To do this, we:

  • Serve people with a wide range of disabilities.
  • Operate in a broad geographical area.
  • Serve all types of people.
  • Work with all dog breeds.
  • Enable people to work with their own dogs.
  • Enable people to train their own dogs or participate in the training.


  • Must be at least 21
  • 3-5 hours per week on average. We hold a 1.5 hour board conference call every other month and an annual 1-2 day meeting in April.
  • Comfort or familiarity with online technology such as Sharepoint, and Microsoft Office 365 will be very helpful. This person must be self-managed, work well in teams, and excited to be a central part of our organization.
  • This is a virtual opportunity
  • We will work with your schedule

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Listing Type
Business Development | Fundraising/Development | Nonprofit
Position Type
Part Time
Experience Level
Mid Level

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