Mountain Projects has a Board of Directors with 18 members representing three distinct groups. First, as was envisioned from the outset,
representatives of low income target area communities
provide an avenue for those most affected by the conditions of poverty to have input into planning programs to address the community's needs. Secondly, representatives from other
organizations that provide services
to the community comprise the second third of the membership and provide their critical input into developing new, complementary programs to address community needs. Thirdly,
representing Haywood and Jackson Counties including towns and municipalities, constitute the remainder of the Board membership. Their support of the work of Mountain Projects is key to its success.