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CARLTON LOCKSLEY BENNETT FOUNDATION INC

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Carlton Locksley Bennett Foundation Inc., is seeking grant writers. We are looking for volunteers that has experience in writing grant for non-profit organizations . CLBF is a 501(c)3 non profit and we need funding in order to provide the needed resources for our mission and vision. We need knowledgeable volunteers that knows how to seek and find grants for our cause. Some with computer knowledge.

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About CARLTON LOCKSLEY BENNETT FOUNDATION INC

Location:

1188 REMSEN AVE, BROOKLYN, NY 11236, US

Mission Statement

Provide scholarships for tuition, books, clothing, school uniforms & supplies for and food vouchers for students suffering from Urban violence and violence from firearms.

Description

Since March 2019 the Carlton Locksley Bennett Foundation Inc., has served many of Brooklyn's adolescents impacted by gun violence or who resides in areas where violent crimes are high. Leadership and mentoring programs are provided. The foundation vision is to established a Multi-purpose center and as its mission to continue Locksley's legacy. We aim to do this by empowering individual students to achieve educational success; by offering emotional support and inspiration that will enable our students to lead healthy and productive lives. Through fundraising, the foundation provides educational scholarships for tuition, books, clothing/toiletries, school supplies, graduation/college expense and other needs, tutoring; leadership training; bereavement counseling; therapeutic and spiritual guidance. Our 2011 initiative "Taking Back The Children Campaign" through the PACT Program "Partnership Affecting Change in Teens" a mentoring program was added. CLBF is targeting Junior and High School students who are at risk of dropping out or having challenging situations preventing them from fully engaging in school. The Foundation believes that a mentor is a person who provides support, counseling, friendship and nurturing by offering not only academic and career guidance, but also effective leadership, interpersonal and problem solving skills.

Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Crisis Support

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Website Programming
  • Financial Planning
  • Budgeting
  • Accounting
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Internet Research

GOOD FOR

  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 35
  • At least 15 to 20 hours monthly for each person. For grant writers this will depends mostly on a grant and the urgency. All other volunteers is to do research and finance report which is to be completed on a needed basis.
  • Confidentiality is maintain.

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