Fundraising and Grant Writing Volunteer
DSEN Foundation is hiring a grant writer and/or fundraiser who will work remotely. We provide medical care, medicines, medical supplies, vaccines, clothes, shoes, and clean water programs for destitute people living in the poorest parts of Africa. The volunteer opportunity involves writing a grant proposal to fund medical relief/humanitarian aid projects and programs for those we serve.
DSEN Foundation initiatives for grant proposal are:
- Providing food supply for families in the remote villages of Africa
- Providing accessing to medical and mental health services to people who have sub-standard healthcare or no healthcare.
- Providing basic education to children who have not been to school before or who are staying home due to lack of money for tuitions
- Providing economic empowerment opportunities for women through skills acquisition so they can adequately take care of their families
- Providing opportunities for faith based/spiritual counseling
This volunteer position is a non-compensated basis with future opportunity to be compensated based on longevity with DSEN Foundation and success of grant submissions.
About DSEN FOUNDATION
PO BOX 17667, MEMPHIS, TN 38187, US
DSEN Foundation is dedicated to improving lives and restoring hope to indigent families in Nigeria through providing food supply, medical and mental health services, basic education, skills acquisition, and spiritual counseling. We advance the health of women and provide access to economic empowerment to all women, anywhere.
From our very first medical mission - to the first set of twenty-five women who received our microfinance loans to establish their small businesses more than five years ago, to our additional initiatives today, The DSEN Foundation continues to be one of the most trusted foundations providing healthcare and economic opportunities to women and all people around the world. We partner with organizations with similar goals to restore hopes and save lives while educating, empowering and transforming lives.
For more than five years, DSEN Foundation has partnered with international organizations in addressing global challenges and providing philanthropic aids. In October 2019, DSEN Foundation decided to incorporate as a 501c 3 tax exempt status. Our legacy still continues to expand under the leadership of Foundation President, Dr. Stella E. Nwokeji, a humanitarian and a leader in both the healthcare and educational sectors
DSEN Foundation commitment is focused on four goals: to provide food supply, achieve medical and mental healthcare, provide basic education, achieve economic empowerment through skills acquisition, and offer spiritual counseling. We leverage our established systems in place and in addition to our partnerships with other organizations in pursuing our goals of global impact.