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GLOBAL CHILDREN FINANCIAL LITERACY FOUNDATION

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We are looking for a grant writer to help fund our financial literacy programs located in the Denver metro, DMV & CSRA communities. Our programs are geared towards low income and military communities. If you have grant writing experience and a passion for educating our next generation on the importance of financial literacy please feel free to inquire about the opportunity.

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About GLOBAL CHILDREN FINANCIAL LITERACY FOUNDATION

Location:

1102A HWY 56 NORTH, WAYNESBORO, GA 30830, US

Mission Statement

Global Children Financial Literacy Foundation (GCFLF) is a nonprofit organization based in Georgia that leverages the power of financial education to help future generations build a solid foundation of financial literacy. We target young people living in underserved and military communities in U.S. cities, imbuing them with the financial savvy necessary to live financially secure lives. GCFLF offers a range of engaging programs and activities for children and young adults in collaboration with parents, schools, youth organizations, local businesses, and other community stakeholders. This includes hosting financial literacy workshops, conferences, and seminars designed to teach children of all ages the importance of budgeting, saving, investing, and credit. Our ultimate goal is to prepare America’s future leaders for lives of financial integrity, stability, and success as they strive to make their unique impact, achieve excellence, and build generational wealth.

Description

At GCFLF, we work collaboratively by partnering with parents, schools, youth organizations, local businesses, and other community stakeholders to host financial literacy workshops, conferences, and seminars designed to teach children of all ages the importance of budgeting, saving, investing, and credit. Our current offering of evidence-based programs includes the "Wesley Learns Book Club" for children ages 8 to 12, which combines literacy with financial literacy while making first-time shareholders out of the participants. We also offer the "High School Transition Program" (HSTP), modeled after the U.S. military’s transition assistance program, to ensure high school students have the basic financial knowledge to begin their lives as adults.

Children & Youth
Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens

REQUIREMENTS

  • 4 hours per month
  • Provide status updates on each grant written.

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