Ambassadors are a key communication liaison between their school and the Foundation to help keep their school community informed about Foundation activities.
A Foundation Ambassador is:
- Actively involved and connected with the school community through PTSA, volunteering, etc.
- Familiar with and interested in the mission, goals and activities of the Foundation.
- Willing to promote the work of the Foundation at appropriate opportunities at your school.
- Willing to provide feedback and serve in an advisory role to LWSF when needed
Activities of a Foundation Ambassador:
- Pass along and promote inclusion of Foundation information and announcements in the newsletter in your school community.
- Work with LWSF Communication & Marketing Chair/s to publicize Foundation grants awarded to your school.
- Provide feedback and serve in an advisory role about Foundation activities when requested. Provide information about the needs of your school community and share potential areas that LWSF could partner with your school PTSA
- Encourage attendance by your school community and consider being a table captain or co-captain at the Foundation’s annual Spring Luncheon
- Potentially serve on advisory committees for LWSF, such as the RFS review reader committee.
The ambassador time commitment is about 1-2 hours a month on average. Email [email protected] to learn more about this very important role.