Fundraising Field Organizer

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Special Olympics Southern California

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Special Olympics Southern California’s (SOSC) vision is to promote acceptance, inclusion, and well-being for people with intellectual disabilities through sports. Through the power of sports, our athletes discover new strengths and abilities, skills, and success - on the playing field and in life. Law enforcement are huge supporters of SOSC and raise over 1 million dollars each year through events like Tip-a-Cop, Dunkin’ Cop on a Rooftop, Plane Pull, Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) Final Leg, and more. These fundraisers happen across the chapter, often multiple activities on the same date, in order to maximize our presence in the community. Fundraising Field Organizers help run these activities - Put your enthusiasm and organizational skills towards a great cause and join a team today!


  • Select one or more LETR activities from the schedule to lead and attend with a team
  • Recruit team members to assist with tasks, strongly encouraged
  • Connect with local law enforcement agencies (contacts provided) to coordinate involvement
  • Reach out to establishment (if Tip-a-Cop or Cop on a Rooftop) to introduce yourself as SOSC volunteer representative - establish rapport and appreciation of their support
  • Manage activity registration, if applicable, using MyTRS platform or other (instruction and access provided)
  • Orient volunteers, law enforcement, and athletes, if applicable, before activity
  • Manage donation collection at activity
  • Send follow up report (within 24 hours) and raised funds to local SOSC office (within 2 business days)

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Los Angeles CountyLos Angeles, CA 90021


  • Customer Service
  • Networking
  • Organization
  • People Skills
  • Public Speaking
  • Relationship Building




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • • Pre activity prep meetings – 4-6 weeks in advance of activity • Weekly staff support to review progress (can be in person or via phone) leading up to activity • Overview of tools and resources needed for tasks
  • • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Excellent organizational skills and initiative to improve processes • Proficiency with MS Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook • Ability to delegate to team members

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