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Director of Development

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The Buddy Project, Inc.

Requirements: *Bachelors Degree. *experience in Development related work, preferably in managing grants and contracts. *Must be proficient in the Microsoft Office Suite- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access & Publisher or other related software. *Must have strong Written and Verbal communication skills. *Friendly presence and helpful attitude; good interpersonal skills and ability to work well with others. Duties: *Performs research on available grants, awards, etc. and writes grant applications to fund The Buddy Project programs. *Assists in the implementation of the grants, ensures compliance requirements are met, and establishes outcome reporting measures and documentation. *Creates and Plans Special Events with help from Special Events Team. *Assists in marketing and public relations related to event planning, press conferences, and media events as needed. *Handles special assignments as assigned.

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About The Buddy Project, Inc.


2107 Chestnut Lane, Frederick, MD 21702, US

Mission Statement

The Buddy Project is an organization that provides technology , training, and advocacy to the disabled.


The Buddy Project is the only nonprofit technology organization for the disabled in Maryland, and has already served more than 130 individuals since its founding. The Buddy Project provides refurbished computers to those who are intellectually and developmentally disabled. These computers are not to be used as a family computer and are set up specifically for people with disabilities. The Buddy Project is an increasingly vital part of the disabled community and plans to be an important advocate and educational resource to the general public about disabled individuals. In fact, this is a dire need in the disabled community due to the misconception that disabled people cannot learn to use technology.

Once the client receives the refurbished computer, there is a training curriculum that is covered with each and every client to help them better understand their computer and how they work. We work with the client for as long as he or she is a part of The Buddy Project. Eventually the client will be assigned a Program Manager that will work with him/her on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Furthermore, all computers are maintained by The Buddy Project and are switched out about every two years in order to allow the client the best technology experience possible.

Board Development
Education & Literacy
People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


2107 Chestnut LaneFrederick, MD 21702



  • Executive Admin
  • Transactions
  • Program Management


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 20
  • Orientation or Training
  • 8 Hours a week

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