Fundraising Internship/volunteer opportunity
NorCal Resilience Network
The NorCal Resilience Network is an exciting new organization building resilience through the promotion of people-powered , nature-inspired, and community-based solutions to the most pressing social and environmental problems of our time. Our work increases capacity for grassroots projects and programs, builds solidarity across divides of race, class, sector and region, and broadens support for the Northern California community resilience movement as a whole.
We are offering an unpaid internship position with NorCal Resilience to support our fundraising efforts. You will gain valuable insights into the important world of fundraising for grassroots projects!
The work will entail:
Grant writing: assist in writing grant proposals to foundations
Business Sponsorships and Individual Donors: Learn how to secure donations from local businesses and individuals, for our Resilient Hubs project and other programs
- Crowd Funding: Help us to support our crowd funding campaign
We will have a volunteer orientation on Sept. 28th, 3-4 pm. Please contact us if you are interested in attending: firstname.lastname@example.org or simply fill out out the application below.
We ask that you commit to at least 2 hours per week, and for at least two months. You can fill out a volunteer application here:
About NorCal Resilience Network
1211 Cornell Ave, United States, Berkeley, CA 94706, US
The NorCal Community Resilience Network's mission is to activate and support community-based and ecological solutions to climate change, economic instability and social inequity, toward a Just Transition away from fossil fuels.
We are building a coalition in Northern California for people-powered, nature-inspired, community-based projects. Our vision is to transform our homes, neighborhoods and communities into self-sufficient, regenerative places that are far less reliant on fossil fuels. Our work includes:
** Capacity building workshops for grassroots organizations
** Sharing stories about amazing resilience projects happening in Northern California, to help broaden support for our movement
** Mapping out who's doing what in our movement, from community gardens to Time Banks