Beards & Books
This role is all about preparing applications which will help us secure funding. The role includes researching, writing, editing and inputting information for applications:
-Research includes searching for funding programmes which our organisation is applicable for; they must fit in with our ethos and social values. The other form of research is looking for statistics which help support the need for our services.
-Writing includes drafting up answers to questions on applications and ensuring we showcase and demonstrate our aims clearly whilst meeting the word count.
-Editing includes reviewing previous applications and making amendments to strengthen future applications.
-Inputting information includes putting relevant basic information into applications i.e. address, contact numbers, emails, etc.
You will need:
-The ability to stick to strict word counts, whilst being able to convey our message.
-To be organised and reliable as we will need you to help us meet our deadlines.
-To be proactive and use your initiative whilst completing applications.
If you are interested in this role please could you complete our application form using the link below:
Please send a short email subject titled 'Volunteer and the position you would like to volunteer for’ to email@example.com and include a suitable contact number that we can reach you on.
Beards & Books Team
About Beards & Books
Hallam i-Labs, Sheffield, S1 2GB, GB
One of Beard’s & Book’s key social aims is to increase the representation of BAME communities in education through the use of multicultural books from its vast pop-up library, as well as several services including storytime events; a mentoring; a tuition service with a high proportion of BAME tutors; producing online educational content; book subscription boxes which we sell to the public. Our endeavours seek to encourage children to gain a deeper understanding of the diverse range of cultures that make up modern-day British society, in particular the BAME community.
Beards & Books is an educational programme designed to improve the literacy and numeracy skills of children across the U.K. The organisation has expanded its curriculum over time to teach children about positive life skills with the hope of moulding students into confident, informed citizens. Currently, our curriculum covers important topics such as healthy nutrition, critical thought, and culinary skills.