The Oak Hills Community League is a registered non-profit society, governed by a Board of Directors made up of volunteers who are passionate about their community. They meet monthly to discuss happenings in the community, coordinate neighbourhood programming or events, raise issues from members, and plan the future of the community. The board is governed by the Oak Hills Community League Bylaws, which are available to review upon request.
OHCL Board of Directors
How do I get involved/volunteer?
Join the board. We can almost always find a position that suits your talents or interests. This is the most direct way you can shape the overall community around you.
Join a committee. Share your input and give recommendations to a specific aspect of a community initiative or program. This is a great way to contribute in a more specific way.
What is involved in being a board member?
As a community volunteer, you can work alongside other motivated community members that are eager to build community and neighbourliness in our area.
Each board member position requires the following, as a base:
Attendance at monthly board meetings and occasional special meetings
Participate actively in any assigned committee and project work
Be accountable for tasks by completing them thoroughly and on-time
Stay informed about board and committee matters
Participate in board or committee discussion, and contribute to a positive volunteer experience
Be a team member, building relationships with other board members that contribute to consensus-building and neighbourliness
Participate in occasional fundraising initiatives for the society as able.