The Salvation Army Community Council
What is a Community Council?
The Community Council is a group of volunteers who support a designated service by providing to the Executive Director administrative advice relating to program, business and policy matters. A Community Council assists the management in ensuring that the service is effectively and efficiently administered.
Responsibilities of a Community Council
- To review on a regular basis the mission, goals, objectives, and strategic plan of the institution/program
- To review established policies and procedures to determine if they provide the necessary framework for the management and operation of the program
- To assist management in the areas of fund-raising, human resources, planning, property and special projects
- To participate in the Territorial Headquarters accreditation program and external accreditation processes