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ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board

Information about the ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board.

Contact Information

Mariah Harrison
[email protected]

Function of ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board

The ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board will advise and support ABQ Volunteers activities, as defined by its mission statement. The Board will provide non-binding recommendations to ABQ Volunteers regarding its ongoing and potential activities.

Message from Mayor Tim Keller

"The work done by ABQ Volunteers is about inspiring everyone in our community to come together in the spirit of service and celebrate what makes us One Albuquerque. We want to turn government inside out so every person has a role to play in moving our city forward. When we work together as one city, it makes a difference in our community."

Meetings

ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board meets on the first Thursday of every month at 11am. To participate in the meeting, please email your request for the Zoom invitation to: [email protected]

The set meeting dates for 2022 are as follows:

January 6

February 3

March 3

April 7

May 5

June 2

July 7

August 4

September 1

October 6

November 3

December 1

Agendas/Draft Meeting Minutes

In compliance with OMA, agendas for future meetings are available at least 72 hours prior to the meetings for which they pertain. Draft meeting minutes are available within 10 days of each convening or before the next scheduled quorum, whichever is less. Once approved, board minutes will be added below.

2022 Agendas

2022 Minutes

2021 Agendas

2021 Minutes

  • January Agenda
  • February Agenda
  • March Agenda
  • April Agenda
  • May Agenda
  • June Agenda
  • July Agenda
  • August Agenda
  • September Agenda
  • October Agenda
  • November Agenda
  • December Agenda

2020 Agendas

2020 Minutes

  • January Agenda
  • February Agenda
  • April Agenda
  • May Agenda
  • June Agenda
  • July Agenda
  • August Agenda
  • September Agenda
  • October Agenda
  • November Agenda
  • December Agenda

Upcoming Board Events

Community of Practice

The Community of Practice events are meant to be a space for volunteer coordinators to discuss their experiences and share insights among community. This is one of many conversations that aim to support one another in our engagement work via networking and info sharing.

The events are lightly structured and serve as an opportunity for volunteer professionals to build connections in the community and a place we can all share and learn from the experiences - successful and unsuccessful - of our colleagues in the volunteer and nonprofit world.

Next Up:  December 6, 2022, 12:00-1:00 pm

Building Relationships and Communication with Volunteers

        Advanced registration link will be posted prior to the event. 

Mayor's Day of Volunteer Recognition

Thursday, June 23, 2022

Membership

View membership on this board.

Residents who want to help shape Albuquerque's future are encouraged to apply for an exclusive opportunity to impact city government and their community.

A City of Albuquerque ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board is created and shall be staffed by the Office of the Mayor. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.