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Use Your Expertise to Save Dogs

Are you passionate about helping dogs in need and making a positive difference in the world? Consider applying to be a member of the online advisory board of Bone Voyage Dog Rescue. Though we’re a dog rescue and shelter in Ajijic, Mexico that flies dogs to adopters in the US and Canada, our advisory board members can live anywhere in the world and be of any nationality. Our on-site volunteers in Ajijic, Mexico are retired expats from all over the world.

We are expanding our advisory board and are developing a pool of potential candidates who meet our strategic needs at this time. We encourage anyone who is interested to contact our Executive Director, Annette Thompson, at [email protected] or chat with her on WhatsApp at (52) 332-971-8011.

We’re looking for people who are passionate about dogs and have experience in:


Airline Industry

US or Canadian Customs

Digital marketing


Affiliate sales

List building



Business coaching

Social media strategy

Content management

As a non-profit organization rescuing and finding loving families for 1000+ dogs each year, Bone Voyage Dog Rescue relies on the support of dedicated volunteers to achieve our mission. We receive no government funding. The advisory board plays a critical role in providing guidance and expertise to help us achieve our goals. An advisory board is not the legal governing body of the organization, so you would not carry the same legal responsibilities and fiduciary duties as the board of directors.

We don’t want to take advantage of our advisory board members. Instead, we need their advice, guidance and encouragement and can have our retired volunteers and our employees implement their ideas when needed.

Besides saving the lives of 1000+ homeless dogs and puppies each year, here are 7 more reasons to serve on an advisory board:

  • You will make a difference: Advisory board members play an important role in guiding Bone Voyage’s mission and impact to address social needs and issues.
  • You will meet talented, interesting people who will add to your sphere of influence: Serving on a nonprofit advisory board provides opportunities to meet and network with community leaders, potential clients, and partners.
  • You will gain increased visibility and credibility: Serving on a nonprofit advisory board can raise your profile in the community, demonstrating your commitment to social responsibility and giving back.
  • You will grow new leadership skills: Serving on a nonprofit advisory board can help you develop skills in strategic planning, tech, team management, and decision-making.
  • You will learn how to build a business: Bone Voyage advisory board members deal with management, marketing, public relations, financial, strategic planning, tech, human resources, and governance issues, giving you a chance to develop new capabilities and grow a business for free.
  • You will stretch and exercise all your intellectual and emotional muscles: Advisory board service allows you to bring your full self to the organization and use your skills and life experience to make a difference.
  • You will fall more in love with saving dogs: The closer you are to a nonprofit’s work, the more passionate you become about making a difference.

The responsibilities of Advisory Board members are to:

  • Attend three online meetings per year, each held on a weekday
  • Contribute your expertise and thinking to the current and future work of Bone Voyage
  • Be available four to five times each year for staff seeking advice
  • Allow Bone Voyage to publish your name as a member of the Advisory Council

In return,Bone Voyage promises you:

  • Meetings that start and end on time
  • A complimentary adoption for you or a friend during your term on the Advisory Council
  • You can choose a dog to save and name it during your term on the Advisory Council
  • An appreciation of your time and a commitment not to abuse your time or your generosity
  • An Advisory Council term of one year.

If you’re interested, please email to our Executive Director, Annette Thompson, at [email protected] or chat with her on WhatsApp at (52) 332-971-8011.