Health 4 Humanity, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research organization, aims to enhance the professional growth of youth through providing counseling services, career development type of seminars, networking events and many more. We are seeking volunteers who are familiar with grants to assist us with researching and writing. Volunteers' tasks include but not limit to:
Researching grants. To find available funding, grant writers identify grants that match the objective of the organization or individual seeking money. They often scour detailed lists, databases, and donor websites.
Writing proposals. Grant proposals often require a variety of documents, such as a cover letter, project narrative, and supporting information, which might include things like letters of endorsement from members of the community. Through these documents, grant writers explain why a cause is important and how the funds will be used.
Other tasks. Grant writers’ other tasks may include responding to funders’ questions about a proposal, developing relationships with prospective donors, and documenting a grant’s impact at the conclusion of a project.
If you love researching, writing, and learning If you are interested in joining a multi-culture and passioned team If you are enthusiastic and looking to contribute your talent, or gaining hands-on experience to add on your resume or recommendation letter
Contact us TODAY to be considered! We welcome all ages and ethnicities!
15808 Hesperian Blvd #323, San Lorenzo, CA 94580, US
Health 4 Humanity, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research organization, aims to enhance the professional development of minority women and youth by providing career development seminars, career counseling and networking events. Our three main purposes are scientific, educational, and charitable.
One of Health 4 Humanity, Inc.'s main research focuses is conducting basic research in social sciences and humanities (5417-1.6): Providing basic research services focused on the scientific study of social systems, social institutions, and social behavior and on the scientific study of the cultures of human societies, the analytical and critical methods of inquiry derived from an appreciation of human values, and the unique abilities of the human spirit to express itself. Includes: research in the areas of psychology; linguistics; economics, management and commerce; education; political science; sociology; cultural anthropology; law, justice, and criminology; library science and curatorial studies; and other social sciences.
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