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NURTURE THE CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL

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Volunteer Inspiring Grant Application Writer

THANK YOU SO MUCH for stopping by!

Join the 'Nurture the Children International Team' of volunteer fundraisers worldwide to offer your time and service to humanity, particularly children. We offer a UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY to improve the lives of the MOST ILLITERATE and POOREST CHILDREN in the WORLD, by creating fun fundraising activities, which also help raise awareness about the great work the NTC International do.

This is an unique opportunity provided by NTC International for you to raise funds through inspiring others to support to help improve the mental health of children in the UK, especially during the pandemic-lockdown, through our LOVE PEACE PROGRAMMME designed for young children's early development and while helping them build mental resilience.

Your responsibility:

These methods are very flexible:

  • Identify new grant opportunities that will prove impactful
  • Develop new relationships to secure funding
  • Write inspiring and high quality grant applications
  • Plan, organise and execute Fundraising Events
  • Active Street Collection and Child Sponsorship Direct Debits

To truly shine, you’ll be:

  • A creative thinker who is comfortable working both independently and in a team environment
  • Have a passion for organisation
  • An independent worker, self-starter, deadline hitter, and great communicator
  • A professional writer willing to learn and embody the NTC voice
  • Ability to develop and maintain new relationships

Benefits Of Volunteering:

This is an unpaid volunteering role; however we can offer the opportunity to:

  • Find personal satisfaction in giving back to the community and helping others
  • Gain new skills, knowledge and experience to enhance your CV
  • Make new friends and meet new people in our team
  • Have fun!

There will be a FREE two-day online Fundraiser training to prepare you for the role.

This role promises to equip you with multifaceted skills, national and international marketing, social and various levels of communication skills as you STRIVE TO MAKE THIS WORLD A BETTER PLACE. It also affords you an opportunity to raise funds for a visit to the children in Africa, and overseas volunteering, after a year of dedicated work with NTC International.

Can't wait to begin the journey with YOU to HEAL OUR WORLD!!!

Our slogan: "Nurture the children; secure the future!"

Reference ID: Grant Writer - GW

Part-time hours: 6 per week

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About NURTURE THE CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL

Location:

16560 W SOFT WIND DR, SURPRISE, AZ 85387, US

Mission Statement

NTC aims to put an end to child hunger, poverty, and exploitation in various forms, by providing a platform for donors and sponsors to support vulnerable children

Description

Nurture The Children International provides an opportunity to join the fight against poverty globally.

Supporting our education, feeding, water, and health programs provide individual sponsors a simple way to support the world’s most vulnerable children and put an end to child hunger, poverty, and exploitation.
As little as 98p per day can meet the needs of a vulnerable child, providing access to food, clothing, education, and psychological and emotional support.

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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

433 Middlebury RoadCA 91711Middlebury, CT 06762

(41.53695,-73.10247)
 

SKILLS

  • Youth Services
  • SWOT / GAP Analysis
  • Child Development
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Basic Computer Skills

GOOD FOR

  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 14 hours per week
  • Love of children and their well being, optimism and resilience.

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