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Trusted World is creating an innovative and progressive program in Dallas and Collin Counties. Trusted World's focus is on helping other nonprofits, school counselors, first responders, fire and police departments by providing them with the resources they need to service their clients. In our program, we do not duplicate work of other agencies. We focus solely on providing essential resources such as shoes, clothing, toiletries and nonperishable food to ensure the nonprofit, first responder or counselor can stabilize the individual with the necessary items while maintaining their focus on the core issue. PURPOSE OF THE POSITION Assist executive leadership of Trusted World with researching and writing applications for grants to achieve additional funding and provide opportunities for organizational growth. Responsibilities * Research and identify prospects for corporate and foundation grants. This may include updated information on awards for which Trusted World has applied in the past and been granted or denied, as well as new grant opportunities. * Discuss and prioritize grant opportunities with Trusted World executive leadership. * Make initial contacts with grantors. * Gather necessary information to submit professionally written grant applications including budget, statistics, and strategic plans. Coordinate as needed with others on Trusted World leadership team including treasurer/accounting leadership, adoptions and rescue leads, and fundraising team. CONTACTS WITH OTHERS Will have regular and continuous contact virtually or over the phone with Trusted World leadership as well as outside individuals with whom Trusted World might be working. Connections with others will require diplomatic exchanges and a confident, professional demeanor. CONTROLS OVER WORK This position reports to the Development Director Qualifications * Education and Experience Must be a high school graduate with some related animal/rescue group and grant writing experience. * Individual must have grant writing experience, needs to be able to jump right in and write. * Ability to work virtually with access to telephone, email, and internet. * Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, and be organized and skilled at record-keeping. * Must have an awareness of deadlines and the ability to multitask and prioritize work. * Willingness to follow through with grant completion.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
We'll work with your schedule.
613 Easy StreetGarland, TX 75042
- Resource Development / Management
- Business Development & Sales Management
- Grant Writing / Research
- Community Outreach
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Up to 10 hours per month