Employment & Volunteer Opportunities
Your time, skills and talents are always welcome
Join Our Team – Jobs & Volunteering
Join an awesome team dedicated to championing solutions for equitable access to health care, healthy living programs and emergency services in Cook County MN. Now hiring for:
Part-Time Grant Writer – Deadline to apply Nov. 1, 2022
Part-Time Truancy Coordinator – Deadline to apply is Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022
Help Us Be the Light
Donations of people’s time and skills are always needed and appreciated. There are many ways to contribute to the Foundation through volunteering, including:
- Committee participation
- Event volunteers
- Help with mailings or filing in the office
Values In All We Do
We believe in the possibilities of people, organizations, businesses and governments working together to create a healthy community for all in Cook County. Our values represent what we believe in, what we stand for and how we approach everything we do at the North Shore Health Care Foundation. They provide a guideline for making decisions at all levels of our organization and include:
- Responsible stewardship
- Collaboration and partnerships
- Efficient and effective governance
- Inherent dignity
- Being nimble
A Little Goes a Long Way
By giving to the Foundation, you can support a variety of valuable programs and services dedicated to health care, emergency services, education and healthy living in a single donation. Be a partner in your own health system.
Have an initiative that helps work towards our vision of a healthy community for all in Cook County? You could be eligible for a NSHCF grant.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
The North Shore Health Care Foundation (NSHCF) strives to act inclusively in all that it does. The NSHCF recognizes the diversity of human differences, and values the inherent worth of all people. NSHCF does its work with compassion and inclusivity by creating healthy communities with partners and in the conduct of its business internally. The NSHCF recognizes that health and well-being are directly connected to honoring the truth and wholeness of each person. Toward that end it strives to respect and support diverse identities in the communities it serves. The NSHCF endeavors to be nimble and open to teachings from those communities so that it can serve as an ally and partner in creating greater equity and inclusion for all in Cook County. The NSHCF ask all partners and grantees to honor these values in our work together.