Board and Committee Interest Form
At Hardy Girls, we serve girls and nonbinary youth in Maine, and we want our adult volunteers to reflect that population. As consistently learning intersectional feminists, we welcome and celebrate people across all identities, abilities, races, ethnicities, religions, economic statuses and sexual orientations. We like to laugh, care for each other, cause a ruckus, and do the work of building a better, more equitable and inclusive world.

We are consistently looking for passionate feminists to join our Board of Directors. Board members commit to a few hours of work per month, attending bi-monthly meetings, and serving on at least one committee. Their responsibilities include organizational governance, fundraising support, and community building.

Once you fill out this form, a current Board member will be in touch to share more information about Hardy Girls. We then often ask folks to serve on a volunteer committee for at least a few months before considering Board membership. 

We want to get to know you (in whatever you feel comfortable sharing). Our organization and programming is strongest when we hear from many perspectives and life experiences.
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Your name
Where do you live?
Your pronouns:
How do you spend your time? (E.g. school, job, parenting, hobbies)
Development/Fundraising/Resources : We ask that our board members act as ambassadors of HGHW. As such, one vital role will be to ask other folks to participate and support Hardy Girls in ways that work for them. We don't expect everyone to have a lot of money to give! Please rate yourself in these areas.
Never done it. Terrified.
I can do/have done this.
I'm a pro! Let's go!
Donating to causes.
Sharing info on my social media.
Asking people to attend events.
Asking people to donate.
Sharing my access to other resources (foundations, corporations, etc.)
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At Hardy Girls, we really enjoy each other's company. Our meetings are productive, but fun. We take each other seriously. What qualities do you possess?
At Hardy Girls, we encourage folks to cause a ruckus (aka disrupt the norm, challenge the status quo). How do you cause a ruckus?
Any good feminist books, podcasts, or music to recommend?
How'd you hear about Hardy Girls and our Board Interest Form?
What are we missing? What else should we know about you?
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