Fundraising coordinators are responsible for coordinating different fundraising tasks on behalf of Every Child Has a Story They are in charge of creating different strategies for effective fundraising. These individuals complete different administrative tasks, such as filling out paperwork, distributing fundraising materials, and responding to correspondences.
They identify fundraising opportunities and present these findings in organization meetings. They strive to save costs and use less resources in their projects. They also call possible donors, as well as people who can help complete projects more effectively.
They possess strong interpersonal abilities to communicate with different professionals. They work well with other coordinators and assistants to complete tasks in an efficient manner, but they can also multitask effectively by themselves.
They use a personal computer to create word documents, respond to emails, and create presentations, so they are proficient with spreadsheets and word processing software. They may work in an office environment and develop strong business relationships with vendors and important contributors. They are organized and facilitate fundraising efforts by executing plans, based on organization requirements.
Fundraising coordinators help organize community events for the benefit of the organization. They contact businesses and explain their purpose and how their help can contribute to solve different problems.
A high school diploma is required for this job. In addition, previous years of work experience as a fundraising coordinator is helpful. Industry certifications are a plus, as is a related college degree but not required.
C/O Beverly Jones Durr, 6275 University Drive Suite 37, #255, Huntsville, AL 35806, US
The mission of Every Child Has a Story is to ensure that no child has to settle for anything less in life than the very best. We empower children and teens by becoming the bridge in the village it takes to raise a child, connecting families in a reciprocal learning experience. We will put an end to the disconnection in communities who lack the confidence to thrive. By empowering and equipping the family unit with strong communication and leadership tools we will break the cycle of despair.
Registered Non profit organization that build stellar communication skills in children age 8 and up through our programs, Speech Crafters Speech and Debate Club and The Writers Vibe. When a child can communicate ideas, dreams and goals to another in a way that is clearly understood - It builds and enhances self confidence and self esteem.
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
June 15, 2020
Resource Development / Management
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 21
Orientation or Training
20 hours per week
business casual attire when representing organization in community