Grant Writer/Fundraiser needed for Veteran Organization
NATIONAL VETERAN RESOURCES
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If you are someone who is passionate about volunteering for a non-profit that helps Veterans and First Responders, have an eye for identifying fundraising opportunities then consider a volunteer opportunity as a grant researcher.
We are looking for experienced grant writers/fundraisers/networkers who can research and identify funding for National Veteran Resources. The pro bono grant researcher we are looking for will have excellent writing, grammar, and communication skills.
Responsibilities may include some of the following:
- Research, develop, and write inquiries, letters, and other fundraising documents
- Draft proposals and other correspondence to solicit grant funds
- Track and monitor proposals, their deadlines, and requirements
- Ensure proposals and grant reports are submitted by the deadline(s)
- Experience in philanthropy and non-profits a plus
- Proven experience as a nonprofit grant writer a big plus
- Working knowledge of MS Office
- Outstanding organizational and planning abilities
- Proficient in writing, communications or relevant field a plus
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About NATIONAL VETERAN RESOURCES
945 GUINEVERE DR, ROCHESTER, NY 14626, US
The mission of National Veteran Resources is to serve the men and women who are and have protected and served our country and communities. National Veteran Resources provides resources and tools to prevent suicide by providing support through education, face to face visits, referring to various organizations including facilities, equine therapy, holistic therapy, service dog therapy and many other resources.
National Veteran Resources wants to reach out to every Active Duty Service Member, Veteran and First Responder and share resources with them. We educate them on PTSD and direct them to the right places and organization to get help if they may suffer with suicidal thoughts, family issues, addictions and more so that they know that they are NOT ALONE and there is help and hope for them.