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Grant Writers Help Needed!!

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SOMALI AMERICAN WOMEN ACTION CENTER

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Somali American Women Action Center (SAWAC) is looking for an experienced grant writers who are passionate about our mission of helping immigrant and refugee women in Minnesota thrive. The Volunteer grant writers will be writing grants from scratch and reach out to our donors to out line the grant requirements. We will help you familiarize with the Mission, vision and financial needs of SAWAC. while you get to learn the stories of immigrant and refugee women you will also get to learn their struggles and dedication.

Its a Flexible Volunteer Opportunity, where you will work from through google docs. We are looking for Grant Writers who are committed and who can meet grant deadlines.

You will pick your Own times and hours that will work for you on writing grants and you can write it at your own space. Its fun and Creative way to learn communities and there way of living.

SAWAC is a place where the under served women thrive and its a Chance for you to be part of helping these women rise, achieve and thrive.

We Welcome you to Our organization and Thank You in Advance.

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About SOMALI AMERICAN WOMEN ACTION CENTER

Location:

2910 PILLSBURY AVE S, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55408, US

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Somali American Women Action Center is to help women achieve and thrive.

Description

Somali American Women Action Center is a refugee women led organization tailored towards enriching the lives of Immigrants and refugee women in Minnesota. Minnesota is the home of many Immigrants women who experienced education and employment disparities, which force them to live below the poverty line and rely heavily on social assistance to support their families. Multiple barriers prevent them from furthering their education and securing living wage employments. Currently, low skill and low paying jobs are available. Therefore through a participatory approaches we provide these women the space and the programming that fits their path of achieving and thriving.

Community
Immigrants & Refugees
Women

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Grant Writing / Research

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Flexible
  • Must able to commit and meet Grant Deadlines.

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