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Fundraising & Grants Assistant

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ORGANIZATION: Literacy Volunteers of the Montachusett Area

  • 17 people are interested

Literacy Volunteers of the Montachusett Area seeks a committed volunteer to help ensure that we continue to receive the funding we need to provide literacy and English language learners in our community with free, confidential, flexibly scheduled, and individualized help.

The volunteer Fundraising & Grants Assistant will work with the Executive Director to:

- Communicate with and grow our current donor base
- Seek out and apply for grants
- Plan fundraisers
- Brainstorm and pursue ways to raise our profile in the community

This work can be done remotely or in the office. While raising funds can be hard work, it can also be fun and rewarding! Please consider helping to make a crucial difference in the sustainability of a small nonprofit that has played a tremendous role in our community since 1973.

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About Literacy Volunteers of the Montachusett Area


610 Main St., c/o Fitchburg Public Library, Fitchburg, MA 01420, US

Mission Statement

Literacy Volunteers of the Montachusett Area believes that the ability to read and write is critical to personal freedom and the maintenance of a democratic society. Our mission, therefore, is to promote increased adult literacy in the Montachusett Area through the use of professionally trained and supported volunteers. Literacy Volunteers of the Montachusett Area provides FREE, student-centered, private and confidential instruction to adults with literacy skills below the sixth grade level, and support services for volunteers and learners. Literacy Volunteers of the Montachusett Area also collaborates with individuals, groups and organizations desiring to foster increased literacy.


Our services provide individual tutoring in the North Central MA region (26 cities and Towns). Tutors and students meet at a time and place that is convenient for each match. Libraries are usually the ideal meeting place due to the availability of quiet areas and unlimited resources.

Tutors are professionally trained before being matched with a student. The trainings are held about three times a year.


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Adult Education
  • Donor Management
  • Problem Solving
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research




  • Orientation or Training
  • Between 4 - 10 hours per week. Depending on the availability of the volunteer.
  • The hours are flexible.

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