Grant Writer (Volunteer)
FOV Inc, (Friends of Victims)
Staten Island NY (Borough of NYC)
Is seeking a volunteer grant writer, now that we are a year old.
Our initiatives are threefold, as follows
Friends of Victims, fighting for victims' rights, against injustice, abuse, rape, violence, and sex trafficking against women and children. The resulting efforts will be focused on legislative changes in how victims are treated on the streets at crime scenes and in the courts. How there need to be mandatory sentences for retaliating against victims.
Covid Catalog - there are three sections to the covid catalog
- The Celebration Memorials - a unique memorial where submissions can be updated by loved ones any time they wish.
- Covid Updates - first-person accounts of struggling with covid-19, from sufferers, loved ones of victims, doctors, nurses, and frontline works
- Covid reports - guidance and resources that are issued by institutions and organizations, following up on the
Each of these initiatives can be found at their websites which can be easily accessed from https://fovinc.org
All could stand on their own, but together they are a powerful system of good work, capturing the youth of Staten Island and the Bronx in NYC.
The parent nonprofit FOV Inc needs someone to research grants, and another person to write up the applications. At this juncture, we have a Fiscal Sponsor and hoping to land a small grant for materials and applying for our 501C3 designation
This is a great opportunity for a retired grant writer or contract negotiator, or even someone with a little time on their hands to write up the applications. The usual work would be wither 3 days at 2 hours per day or 2 days at 4 hours per day. Please inquire with a short bio and maybe a short sample. This is a virtual position, and will always be remote. Please be aware no grant will include a fee for a grant writer. That's not us, that's the grantmaking foundations requirement. We can not pay a fee at this time.
Please reach out to
Bless you and thank you.
About FOV Inc
39 Seguine Place, Staten Island, NY 10312, US
The Covid Catalog is an initiative under FOV Inc Friends of Victims. The purpose of the Covid Catalog is to celebrate the lives of those we have lost to SARS Cov2. By giving those souls a permanent place to be remembered. It helps grieving families heal and give them a place to go that cared that their loved one was lost. The Covid Catalog has two other sections. The Covid Update - first person accounts of dealing with Covid, from frontline staff doctors and nurses to grieving family members and essential workers. The Covid Report a reporting on the manifestations of SARS Cov2 from institutions, organizations and groups of scientists and Doctors. A science based section on guidance, presentation, treatment and prevention [vaccines]. The Covid Catalog is first and foremost the permanent place for memorials and celebrations.
We started as a place for victims to speak out. A permanent record of trauma, injustice, inequality and abuse and violence. As the Covid crisis worsened and many began to actively doubt guidance that was sending mixed information. I knew we must have a permanent place, a central location to begin to heal from the devastation of SARS Cov2. The Catalog is literally a place of celebration rather than just a record of death. With the help of volunteers we can collect all the names of those who have died. It is also a place to report on and from the people of Covid. The institutions, the frontline doctors nurses staff essential workers all reporting and updating constantly.
We hope with the help of volunteers to compile vaccination information, resources on secondary and post infection illnesses, become a national database that has free updates and subscriptions. And eventually heal as one world from SARS Cov2.
Please join us here or on https://friendsofvictims.com
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
September 2, 2021
- Grant Writing / Research
- CSR / Volunteer Coordination
- Community Outreach
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- 6 - 8 hours per week