Kids At Risk Action (KARA)
The Grant Writer researches, writes, and coordinates the grant application report process in pursuit of fundraising goals to continue giving a voice to voiceless children.
- Perform prospect research on foundations, corporations, and other grant-making entities
- Connect with organizations for initial feedback and Letters of Intent
- Write high-quality grant proposal narratives, applications, and supporting documents
- Coordinate with the Founder to gather financial necessary information
- Manage the proposal submission process to ensure timely submission of all required materials
- Maintain current records in online tools to track and report grants
- Report progress of submitted proposals and reporting requirements
- Populate and maintain a grant tracking calendar
- Populate and maintain a prospect and active grant list
- Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or similar relevant field
- 2+ years’ experience in grant research and grant writing, with preference to non-profit experience
- Knowledge and familiarity with research techniques for fundraising prospects
- Strong written communication skills, ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals with demonstrated ability to write successful grant proposals (Samples needed)
- Motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently with purpose and accuracy in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to communicate effectively with outside organizations to represent KARA in a professional manner
About Kids At Risk Action (KARA)
910 1st St. South #4091 Hopkins, MN 55343, Hopkins, MN 55343, US
We support the people, policies, and programs that make life better for abused and neglected children by creating awareness, initiating conversations and involving the community in discussing childhood trauma and generational child abuse.
KARA engages principals, teachers, social workers, lawyers, judges, police officers, parents,
students, health professionals, and the larger community in stopping and healing child abuse and trauma.