Current member? Lapsed member? Never heard of
No matter what, join us for a drink and a snack to
meet neighbors, learn about our work to improve the
community, and find out ways to get more involved.
Wednesday, April 3rd
3810 Butler Street
Want to make a difference in your neighborhood? Consider running for an open at-large position on Lawrenceville United’s Board of Directors!
What does the Board do?
The Board governs the organization and is ultimately responsible for LU’s conduct. The Board is responsible for setting LU’s goals in pursuit of its mission to improve and protect quality of life for all Lawrenceville residents, overseeing the Executive Director, monitoring the financial health of the organization, and making key decisions on matters affecting the community. To learn more and get to know our existing Board, please join us at the Board Meet & Greet on Thursday, April 26th from 6-8 p.m. at Hambone’s.
What’s the commitment like?
Board members are expected to serve at least one full term (2 years), attend monthly Board meetings, participate in at least one Board Committee (which usually meet once per month), participate in the annual Board training, and make a personally meaningful donation to the organization.
What are the eligibility requirements?
Our by-laws state that you must have be a Lawrenceville resident and be an LU member in good standing for at least 6 months in order to run for the Board. To run, please fill out this application form and plan to attend the spring membership meeting on the evening of June 5th.
- 4/20 – Board application released
- 4/26 – Board Meet & Greet, 6-8 p.m. at Hambone’s
- 5/10 – Deadline to submit Board application
- 5/22 – Board slate is sent to membership
- 6/5 – Spring membership meeting
- 6/18 – Deadline for LU membership to vote
- 6/22 – New Board orientation & dinner
Lawrenceville United is committed to building a more diverse and inclusive Board of Directors and organization, and we especially encourage residents from underrepresented populations to apply: people of color, renters, parents of young children, immigrants, women, older adults, people with disabilities, and people with low income.