Someone who is interested and willing to dedicate a little bit of their precious time as a volunteer, once a month, in serving as a support to the existing board of directors. You don't have to have any experience with people with a disability. Someone with a financial or HR background or knowledge of labor law is most welcome.
The home offers 24 hours/7 days a week care and guidance to 20 mentally impaired adults who are 18 years or older.
The foundation was founded in 1986 and was called Stichting Gezinsvervangend tehuis. In 1996 they changed the name to Stichting Ambiente Feliz and expanded the house to it’s currrent size. The foundation has been receiving a modest monthly subsidiary from the Arubian Government.
Through the years the foundation has expanded and adapted their care and guidance to the needs of her clientele. The current care and guidance is being given by our professional caregivers who create a learning environment where these mentally impaired adults receive the opportunity to expand their possibilities and try to be members of our society by actively participating in the community of Aruba.
This beautiful work is done under the umbrella of a board of directors, at the moment consisting of only five persons. However we are dearly in need of some assistance as the scope of work is overwhelming the few board members available at this time.
For this reason we are approaching anyone via ORG.aw who is interested and willing to dedicate a little bit of their precious time as a volunteer, once a month, in serving as a support to the existing board of directors.
We can assure you that your talents will be highly appreciated by our board of directors and will increase the effectiveness of our functioning as an organization for the mentally impaired.
Therefore it is with great expectation we look forward to receiving a positive response from you.
For more information about the foundation your are invited to contact our acting secretary via his email email@example.com.
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