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Indigo Girls Group

What is the Indigo Girls Group?

Indigo Girls is an organization run by young women for young women. We are a Canadian registered non-profit that is built for cis and trans women and non-binary folx who are comfortable in a space that centres around the experiences of women. Through diverse mediums, we aim to educate and create discussion surrounding current societal themes for self-identifying girls. We aim to foster a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive space to learn and engage together. Our focuses are on youth engagement, discussion-based learning, independent growth and development, self-esteem, mental and physical wellness, and equipping girls with tools to become change-makers in life.

We focus on many topics, some include; gender barriers, self-care, the role of women globally, media and advertising, environment, mental well-being, women in STEM, power and pride, and much more.

We operate in 5 Ontario cities, Halifax, and Winnipeg, running free programming for self-identifying adolescent girls. Our programming consists of weekly clubs, workshops, and speaking events. To learn more, visit our website at: www.indigogirlsgroup.com

Responsibilities

  • Assist with the development of policies and procedures to assist branches in budget planning and fundraising strategies
  • Work closely with the Director of Operations to manage the yearly budget and record all transactions made
  • Find grant applications applicable to IGG and/or the branches and lead grant writing process
  • Sit on BOD and contribute to policy and bylaw amendments
  • Create and maintain a template for Grant Writing with general information related to IGG
  • Lead a fundraising team consisting of members of IGG across the organization to organize and promote fundraising initiatives
  • Lead projects for organization-wide funding
  • Maintain the IGG sponsorship package and update periodically
  • Connect and collaborate with organizations and funders for sponsorship opportunities

More opportunities with Indigo Girls Group

No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.

About Indigo Girls Group

Location:

115 Normandy Blvd, Toronto, ON M4L 3K6, CA

Mission Statement

In our minds, an Indigo Girl is a self-identifying young woman who is aware of her existence as a powerful person in the world. Through diverse mediums, we aim to educate and create discussion surrounding current societal themes for girl's, themes relevant in both local and global contexts. We foster a safe, nonjudgmental, and supportive space to learn and engage together as growing young women.

Description

Indigo Girls is an organization run by young women for young women. We are a registered non-profit that is built for cis and trans women and non-binary folx who are comfortable in a space that centres around the experiences of women. Through diverse mediums, we aim to educate and create discussion surrounding current societal themes for self-identifying girls. We aim to foster a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive space to learn and engage together. Our focuses are on youth engagement, discussion-based learning, independent growth and development, self-esteem, mental and physical wellness, and equipping girls with tools to become change-makers in life.

We operate in 5 Ontario cities, Halifax, and Winnipeg, running free programming for self-identifying adolescent girls. Our programming consists of weekly clubs, workshops, and speaking events. The Directors positions are done completely remotely and therefore we are accepting applicants from anywhere in Canada.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Women

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Budgeting
  • Bookkeeping
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Organization

GOOD FOR

  • Teens

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 16
  • Directors usually commit around 3-5 hours a week, but this is a guideline. Some weeks may require more and some weeks you may do zero hours of work.
  • Canadian citizen.

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