Non profit organization who one on one and group mentoring for low income youth and young adults though financial literacy and education courses.
We are in need of a grant writer some compensation is available 15-20 hours per month.
The Grant Writer is a critical member of the agency's Development team, who works in concert with staff to secure $250,000 in grant-based funding from private, corporate, government and community sectors.
Develops proposal by assembling information including project nature, objectives/outcomes/deliverables, implementation, methods, timetable, staffing, budget, standards of performance, and evaluation.
Prepares proposals by determining concept, gathering and formatting information, writing drafts, and obtaining approvals.
Determines proposal concept by identifying and clarifying opportunities and needs, studying requests for proposal (RFPs), and attending strategy meetings.
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Contact; 206-636-2828 email@example.com Clinton Taylor Executive Director
Your Money Matters is a Financial Mentorship Program that provides individualized long-term, quality one on one financial mentoring that supports, educates, and empowers economically vulnerable, low income, young people and adults at no-cost.
Your Money Matters will target youth and young adults who have already participated in some form of group financial education to ensure a more even baseline knowledge among participants. In some cases, initial group training will be provided first before the mentorship component of the program begins. Your Money Matters program then picks up where these programs leave off. One of the major needs Your Money Matters addresses is that even after participating in financial education, many individuals conclude the course thinking, "now what?" and wondering how to implement what they learned. Your Money Matters fills that gap by pairing students with trained and dedicated mentors who can help shepherd them through the often-overwhelming maze of personal finance - from assisting them in determining which bank account is best to mitigating commercial debt to creating a household budget - mentors are there every step of the way.