FACTR is looking for multiple candidates to serve as volunteer Fund Development professionals to support FACTR's work with the immigrant and refugee communities. In one of these roles, you will identify possible funding sources such as grants, donor, in-kind and crowd-funding donation opportunities. You will have experience in the field of non-profit donations or be interested in learning and gaining experience from this opportunity. The ideal candidate will have strong organizational skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills. A background in sales, PR/marketing or fund-raising is helpful but not required. Some prior grant writing and major donor campaign experience is preferred. Specific Responsibilities:
Organize and implement donor campaign for the agency
Develo and oversee crowd-funding campaigns.
Research grant opportunities with government, corporate and non-profit organizations.
Plan and manage grant proposal timelines.
Manage communications with grant writer volunteers writing FACTR grant proposals.
Review grant drafts prior to submission.
Prepare required summary reports after grants are awarded.
Ensure that fund development is carried out in keeping with the organization’s values and mission.
Local (San Jose/Bay Area) Time per week: 5-10 hours Flexible, work from home
A multi-cultural, service, research and training center for the promotion of resilience in refugees and immigrants
The specific purpose of this corporation is for service, research and training:
To provide counseling, psycho- educational services and cultural awareness programs for newcomer families and their children that is respectful of ethnic values and diverse views, including State Laws pertaining to Child Protection, Domestic Violence, Educational, Immigration and other areas.
To provide a setting for professionals who work with stressed families in newcomer and other circumstances to gain knowledge and skills to help them be effective in their work.
To develop a knowledge base for dissemination of practices, methods and concepts for use in the broad mental health and Social Services field.