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Experienced Fundraiser and Donor Coordinator for a Newly-Formed Native Women-Led Nonprofit

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Body and Soul Sovereignty, United

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We are looking for those identified as women (Native preferably but not required) with experience working with small non-profits in the social justice or health-related fields. If your experience does not align with these preferences, please continue to apply and we will review your application on a case-by-case basis.

As a Fundraising and Donor Coordinator, you will work directly with the Executive Director and Board members to develop, implement, and manage all fundraising and grant activities to ensure our projects, programs, staff, administration are funded in order to support our mission. In addition, you will assist with the development of fundraising goals and soliciting gifts, work to identify and support donor relationships, engage in state-wide businesses for in-kind and/or monetary donations, track proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate funding, support and execute fundraising events either virtually or in a physical environment, develop a program for donor appreciation and participate in a long-term strategic plan for fundraising.

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About Body and Soul Sovereignty, United

Location:

20655 West Legend Trail, BUCKEYE, AZ 85396, US

Mission Statement

To provide Native women with access to all-inclusive, evidence-based maternal and women’s health knowledge while promoting improved client - provider relationships. Knowledge is power, the power for Native women to have personal sovereignty in the right to learn, make informed health decisions, and change the course of their healthcare to end healthcare disparities.

Description

Our mission was developed in response to the sudden loss of a significant healthcare system serving American Indian/Alaska Native (AIAN) women in urban Arizona affecting local and regional Tribal communities. They were not given choices nor guidance on how to proceed in seeking equitable care. The experience deprived them of their right to be part of the equation and to act as advocates in the decisions needed for their own healthcare.

In the aftermath, the members of Body and Soul Sovereignty, United (Aka BASS U) now strive to provide an alternative forum of knowledge, resources and advocacy by firstly, enlightening AIAN women on the body during the childbearing years, to support contraceptive choice, to provide direction regarding women’s health issues, to offer comfort and well-being during the menopausal years and to serve the health needs of Elder women. Secondly, BASS U aims to nurture the healing of the soul which embodies both a woman’s psyche and heart through education, community resources and culturally-sensitive mental health services focusing on mood and anxiety disorders. The evidence has confirmed the negative effects of untreated or inadequately managed mental health issues on the impact of one’s physical health, on one’s life course and on the course of future generations.

Education & Literacy
Health & Medicine
Women

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Customer Service
  • Data Entry
  • Program Management
  • Transactions
  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Approximately 5 hours per week.
  • Those identified as women preferred.

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