DeeCilla Comfort Center
Grant Writers are essential to the success of nonprofits, especially smaller organizations like DeeCilla Comfort Center. Though smaller, DeeCilla Comfort Center is making a great impact, changing the lives of survivors of abuse.
If you have strong research and writing skills, are resourceful, and have a passion to help others, we want you to join us. Join DeeCilla Comfort Center as a grant writer and advocate to help acquire funding to provide program services like housing, food, and financial empowerment, and help survivors on their journey of healing, self-empowerment, and self-sufficiency.
- Prepare grant proposals, beginning by performing research.
- Develop proposals, familiarize yourself with DCC programs, goals, and financial needs.
- Look into potential funding sources.
- Compile all the information needed, compose, and send the proposals.
- Maintain records to track the proposals, provide any additional information requested by the grant-making organization.
Skills and Knowledge:
- strong writing ability
- Experience collecting and researching data
- Experience with calculating figures and working with numbers
About DeeCilla Comfort Center
12725 W Indian School Road, Suite F109, Avondale, AZ 85392, US
DeeCilla Comfort Center is a faith-based non-profit organization in partnership with the community, offering services to those affected by sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking and in need of a second chance; providing opportunities for a fresh start. DeeCilla Comfort Center provides temporary housing and programs that are geared toward helping residents recover from crisis and trauma, and make a healthy and stable transition back to the community.
Personally, understanding the role relationships and community play in healing, our founder established, DeeCilla Comfort Center.
Through her testimony of overcoming the trials of abuse, she emphasizes the value of having the right connections along the healing journey. She believed that God placed people in her life to show and remind her of who she was and how he saw her. These individuals demonstrated what godly principles to help her also understand who God really was and what life would be like if she trusted and believed in him. Through these relationships, she learned the true meaning of Hope, Faith, Love, Trust, Courage, Joy, Hospitality, Reconciliation, and Peace.
Using her journey as a passion to help others, she was led by God to establish DeeCilla Comfort Center. This organization is committed to helping young people ages 18-28 begin their healing journey from the trials, trauma, and struggles of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
Just as our founder learned, at the most critical period in her life, she desires to share with others...Hope is not lost, and you do not have to become what happened to you. We need your help to change lives in our community.
Contact us today to learn more about how you can help us become bridge builders in the community to connect those in need with the resources that will forever change their lives.