La Leche League Leaders

La Leche League Leaders
La Leche League Leaders

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Interesting in volunteering or learning more about Leadership?

La Leche League of Charleston, SC will be holding a meeting to discuss interest in volunteering opportunities and possible Leadership within LLL of Charleston.

This meeting will take place at St Andrew's Church just after the usual Mount Pleasant meeting on September 2 and will begin at 11:45 a.m. This will be a short discussion on LLL Philosophy and volunteer job opportunities in the group.

La Leche League of Charleston, SC is in need of some of the following (with a time commitment of one meeting series or 4 months)

Secretary - gather information from moms and help with email reminders or mailings, perhaps even calls new moms to remind them of the next meeting

PR - distribute meeting notices to the community, including physicians and Moms Clubs etc.., help with media and community calendars

Group Greeter/ hostess - welcome mothers, help create and maintain new mom packets & small gifts for new Members, introduce new comers to Leaders and other moms

Librarian - maintain book collection, display library at meetings, keep track of borrowing, may present short book reviews

Website administrator - we are in the process of updating our STATE website and looking for volunteers to help with updating it as well as creating a way to add memberships through the site.

Fundraising Committee - possible leads for ways to support our growing group needs

Enrichment Coordinator -
plan meeting topics, contact possible speakers, help with advertising events, could host or find locations

If you are interested in finding out what a Leader for La Leche League does or in becoming a Leader yourself please see the link below:

Thinking about La Leche League Leadership? Click HERE

La Leche League is a nonprofit, non-governmental, and non-sectarian organization. Our Mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.

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