Position Objective:As a developing women’s non-profit, we are seeking a volunteer grant writer to help us find funding and monetary resources that will support our cause, allow us to continue developing programs, and reach more women and female-identified entrepreneurs who need help overcoming adversities.
Who You Are:You are a tech and word-savvy master of finding grants and working through the application process. You know where to find funding dollars and how to creatively portray the need of the organization that will have those donors reaching for their wallets. Your efforts will have a direct impact in helping a not for profit women's professional and personal development organization deliver our message to a wider audience of women who need our services now more than ever.
You will be working directly with the Board of Directors to ensure you are supported and have all the tools you need for success in this endeavor. You will share in all your successes as we build our organization up because of the amazing resources and fundraising efforts you bring to the table.
You will be knowledgeable in grant application procedures and know where to find funding, general and specified for the cause.
You will have at least 1 year of hands-on experience in grant writing for non-profits, bonus if you have written grants specific to women’s causes.
You will be the main point person in charge of the grant and fundraising efforts and project and will be given an admin account.
You will be working directly with the Board of Directors including a 1-on-1 weekly virtual meeting with a member of the Board to go over goals.
You will be key in helping us move forward in this space by tracking funded grants and keeping us abreast of programming categories that will best qualify us for each.
You will be registered for free as an HBIC HQ Member for a year and featured in our Networking Directory.
COVID-19 considerations: Due to COVID-19 we have switched to a 100% Fully Remote Workplace, all meetings and offices are now virtual.
228 West Spazier Avenue, Apt A, Burbank, CA 91502, US
HBICHQ’s dedication is to see more Women Owned Businesses drive our future.We pledge to achieve this by empowering entrepreneurship and providing programs focusing on professional and personal development for women-identified individuals. As a not for profit startup incubator and entrepreneurship community our programs support women-identified persons who are survivors of domestic abuse, homelessness, former foster youth, or have faced other adversities.
Our organization promotes personal and professional development for women-identified individuals. As a not for profit entity, our foundation provides programs including scholarships and sponsorships by raising funds, via paid courses and membership, to promote professional and personal development skills and entrepreneurship; these programs directly support women-identified persons who are survivors of domestic abuse, homelessness, former foster youth, or faced other adversities.
Our programs include the following:
Women's Mentorship Training
Pave the Path to Success scholarships
Women's Startup Incubator Grant Program
Youth Leadership Intensive
These programs are designed to nurture women though education and community support as they learn personal and professional development skills to help them become the Head Boss* In Charge of their future.
Computers & Technology
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
November 17, 2020
Financial Service Assistance
Grant Writing / Research
While there is no time commitment for this opportunity, we ask that volunteers commit to each project from inception to completion.