Volunteer Fundraising Coordinator for Non-Profit (Animal Shelter)
We are a volunteer based, registered 501c3 non profit Animal Shelter looking to grow and become fully operational. We have not previously received a grant nor sorporate partnerships. We are a start-up and need all of the help we can get to continue doing great work for the animals.
We know that fundraising is a HUGE importance and lifeline for us to grow as an organization and be more impactful, especially post COVID.
We are in need of volunteers who are passionate and knowledgable about fundraising, donor search, etc...
We are looking for someone who has roughly 5-10 hours a week to contribute. While we continue to research the best and most realisitic fundraising options that are a good fit for us, we need someone more experienced in fundraising having to do with Animal Shelters, Rescue, Spay/Neuter, Animal Food, Products, Purchase of Property to operate, etc... Needless to say, we are in dire need.
A Volunteer Fundraising coordinator would be responsible for coordinating different fundraising tasks on behalf of CEMEVA Foundation. They are in charge of creating different strategies for effective fundraising. These individuals complete different administrative tasks, such as filling out paperwork, distributing fundraising materials, and responding to correspondences.
They identify fundraising opportunities and present these findings in organization meetings. They strive to save costs and use less resources in their projects. They also call possible donors, as well as people who can help complete projects more effectively.
They possess strong interpersonal abilities to communicate with different professionals. They work well with other coordinators and assistants to complete tasks in an efficient manner, but they can also multitask effectively by themselves.
They use a personal computer to create word documents, respond to emails, and create presentations, so they are proficient with spreadsheets and word processing software. They may work in an office environment and develop strong business relationships with vendors and important contributors. They are organized and facilitate fundraising efforts by executing plans, based on organization requirements.
Volunteer Fundraising coordinators help organize community events for the benefit of the organization. They contact businesses and explain their purpose and how their help can contribute to solve different problems.
A high school diploma is required for this job. In addition, previous years of work experience as a fundraising coordinator is helpful. Industry certifications are a plus, references are necessary as is a related college degree but not required.
This is a volunteer opportunity provided by VolunteerMatch, in partnership with LinkedIn for Good.
Desired Skills and Experience This position requires the following skills: Community Outreach, Resource Development / Management, People Skills, Fundraising, Data Entry, Brand Development & Messaging
About CEMEVA Foundation, Inc.
4 Chapin St, Lawrence, MA 01843, US
CEMEVA Foundation is passionate and dedicated to Animal Welfare, Advocacy and Activism and we take pride in the successful work we've been able to provide to many animals int he past few years. We currently run a dog sanctuary and work with the community to help provide resources for their pets, work with sister foundations regarding Veterans with pets and their pet needs as well as the homeless population with pets and their needs. We focus on responsible rescue, adoption with consistent follow up and of course, we take pride in implementing our Mission Statement into every single step we make: Compassion, Education, Morals, Empathy, Values, Awareness. Bringing enlightenment and education to the community regarding the importance of Animal Welfare is of the utmost importance to us. We hope to continue not ony to provide help and services as we currently do but to expand and rescue many more animals in the near future.
501(c)(3) Animal Welfare and Rescue Organization dedicated to helping animals in need, animal welfare, rescue and protection as well as educating the community of the importance of values and not allowing animal abuse and neglect.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
July 29, 2021
- Administrative Support
- Program Management
- Critical Thinking
- Must be at least 21
- 10 hours per week minimum