28 people are interested
Calling all Grant Researchers (Volunteers Wanted- Remote)
ORGANIZATION: RED HORSE CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP
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28 people are interested
About our volunteer Grant Researcher role:
Our goal is to recruit a team of volunteers from around the US (multiple time zones), who are interested in supporting our nonprofit by researching prospective grant funders.
Here are our objectives for this role:
- Experience is NOT needed.
- We are seeking volunteers who can contribute 2 to 4 hours a week (researching) and 1 hour a week by joining our virtual grants team meeting. Our team meets currently on Wednesdays 11 am EST time on Zoom.
- Commit to the volunteer role for a minimum of one year.
- The candidate should be comfortable and skilled in writing and grammar.
- The volunteer should be comfortable in researching virtually.
- As volunteers, complete researching around two dozen grants within their first three months, the grant researcher (volunteer) may want to help more and begin to write a portion of a grant on behalf of Red Horse Center for Collaborative Leadership. For those that are interested and ready, writing will be discussed which could include writing for a letter of introduction, a letter of interest, a letter of inquiry, or part and or all of the grant submission. If a Grant researcher volunteer has prior experience or shows exceptional research/writing this timeline may be adjusted. Note: We typically require a minimum of 12 grants to be researched as we really want those who write for us to truly understand how we implement our mission and what our collective impact is. Your passion for our work needs to show through in your research and writing.
Backgrounds that will help:
- Human Resources
- Organizational Development/Team Building/Executive Coaching
- Nonprofit Organizations and serving nonprofit organizations
- Social Change, advocacy, social justice - Organizations working towards social change.
- Community organizations - municipalities, Chambers, Rotary, etc.
- Horses and Equine psychology
- Partnering with horses to help people. (Mental health, Organizational development)
Have we captured your interest? If so, please reply in volunteer match and include the following:
Tell us about the following;
- Why are you interested in volunteering and supporting Red Horse Center for Collaborative Leadership?
- What makes you a good fit for the role?
- Can you commit to the time commitment (2 - 4 hours a week and 1 hr for our grant team meeting)
- Are you comfortable with our request to commit to a minimum of 1 year?
- Can you confirm on a weekly basis that you can attend our virtual Development Team meeting each Wednesday from 11 am - 12 pm EST?
- Share what support you will need (other than our initial clinic and access to our grant portal and form to be completed) in order for you to be successful.
- For those candidates who are selected for interviews and get moved forward, you will be required to provide three references (with how you know the person, their phone, and email). We will ask you to complete a background check, letter of intent, and conflict of interest/confidentiality form and either a resume’ or your Linkedin profile.
We look forward to hearing from you
About RED HORSE CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP
6181 122ND AVE, FENNVILLE, MI 49408, US
Red Horse Center for Collaborative Leadership is dedicated to strengthening collaborations for the greater good. We work with humans and horses, through mindful experiential learning and considerate leadership models to discover and empower positive change in the world.
The values we hold ourselves to and draw inspiration from to do our best work.
Choice, Respect, Trust, Non-violence, Mutual Benefit, Herd Dynamics, Softness
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
December 20, 2023
- Mental Health
- Grant Writing / Research
- Community Outreach
- Project Management
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Human Resources Assistance
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- One year, two to four hours a week, plus one meeting a week with the grant team. If you can't make the meeting we will record so you can catch up (and receive feedback on your research).
- Must have a computer, internet access, speakers and a microphone, as well as strong English language skills and passion for research and writing.