A 25-member Board of Commissioners appointed by the Governor supports CaliforniaVolunteers. Its role is to carry out the mission and objectives of CaliforniaVolunteers and fulfill the statutory responsibilities for State Commissions under the National and Community Service Trust Act of 1993.

Commission members, who serve no more than two three-year terms and do not receive a salary, function as "Ambassadors of Service" in their local communities to promote service opportunities, and to encourage service by all Californians. Commissioners also participate in the following activities on behalf of CaliforniaVolunteers:


The following people are CaliforniaVolunteers Commissioners:

Commissioner Meeting Agendas

Commissioner meeting agendas can be found on our Public Notices page.