State Service Commission
What is a State Service Commission?
State service commissions were created in the National and Community Service Trust Act as amended in 1993. State service commissions are the state partners of the federal agency, the Corporation for National and Community Service. State service commission administer AmeriCorps State, Volunteer Generation Fund and volunteer programs to address critical community needs and engage citizens in service.
About State Service Commissions
Commissions are governor-appointed public agencies or private nonprofit organizations, made up of more than 1,200 private citizens serving on over 50 commissions, leading the nation's philanthropic and service movement.
Serve at the state level in re-granting more than a quarter of a billion dollars from federal national service funds in addition to the more than $100 million annually from local sources to support citizen service and volunteerism in America.
Make it possible for millions of Americans to serve through AmeriCorps, Volunteer Generation Fund, AmeriCorps VISTA, Retired Senior Volunteer Programs, Foster Grandparents Programs, and Senior Companions and local volunteer programs.
Make a difference to America by supporting other community service agencies that depend on volunteers to meet community needs.
Alabama State Service Commission Members
Roderic Steakley - Chairman
Betty Ruth - Vice Chair
Sue Johnson - Secretary
Holly Shepherd Lollar
The Alabama State Service Commission is governed by a Governor appointed commission consisting of up to 25 individuals. Commission composition requirements were established by the National and Community Service Trust Act of 1993. All Alabama State Service Commission meetings are open to the public. There shall be at least four regular meetings of the Commission each year or as many meetings as necessary to perform the duties of the Commission. 2021 Regular meeting dates are February 3, April 28, August 18, December 1.