Grant Writing Volunteer
Friends for a Non Violent World
Grant Writing Volunteer
Shape your communication skills by helping us research and write grant proposals for federal, state, local and private grants. You will also get the opportunity to work alongside our talented fundraising committee. We are seeking to diversify our funding sources as well as receiving more funding to help improve our programs.
- Help redesign organizational fundraising strategy
- Research grant opportunities
- Help write grant proposals
Training and Support:
- Orientation to the organization and programs
- Orientation provided on grant writing strategies
- Directly supported by the Executive Director
- Ongoing collaboration with FNVW staff and other volunteers
- 1 year commitment
- 2-6 hours a month; 2 hour committee meetings with potential for work in between meetings.
- Flexible work location-can either work remotely or from the FVNW office
Friends for a NonViolent World (FNVW) seeks a world free from violence and the threat of violence. We champion nonviolence as the foundation for effective programs and actions to promote the dignity of every human being. Our programs demonstrate the power of nonviolent action and transformation at personal, community and institutional levels.
FNVW is a Quaker-inspired organization that welcomes volunteers from all faith practices as well as volunteers with no religious orientation. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organization. We encourage volunteer applications from individuals of all backgrounds and life experiences.
Contact Leah Robshaw Robinson to learn more! Volunteer@fnvw.org; 651-917-0383
About Friends for a Non Violent World
393 Dunlap St. N., #307, St. Paul, MN 55104, US
Friends for a NonViolent World is a Quaker-inspired organization of people who affirm the dignity inherent in each human being. We share a commitment to advancing nonviolence as an ethic for honoring human dignity and a strategy for achieving peace and justice.
We provide tools, training and opportunities for people to take leadership in creating a non-violent society. We affirm the dignity and self-determination of each person, promoting non-violence as a powerful means to accomplish all just ends. The goals of FNVW are to promote peace in the personal lives of individuals, in communities plagued by violence and in the political system of the United States through the promotion of a peace agenda in foreign and domestic public policy. Additionally, FNVW strives to educate people on the impact of violence in all areas of our lives, from personal relationships to American foreign policy.