Kiskeya International is looking for dedicated volunteer grant writers to write grant proposals for our organization. The grant writer will write coherent, organized, and compelling proposals. You will apply your knowledge of fundraising methods and plans to reach income goals. You will collaborate with team members in the organization to assist with other fundraising projects and develop relationships with key stakeholders.
To ensure success you need to write well, have proficient knowledge of fundraising methods, and be committed to the mission you are representing. Preferred applicants are deadline-driven team players with outstanding multitasking abilities.
Grant Writer Responsibilities:
Developing relationships and collaborating with key stakeholders.
Displaying adherence to the organization’s mission.
Maintaining proficient knowledge of the organization’s history and programs.
Identifying grant funding opportunities.
Writing, submitting, and managing grant proposals.
Furnishing prospective funders with supporting documents.
Collaborating with Executive Director to send funders newsletters
Collaborating with Executive Direvctor to compile an annual report.
Maintaining records in hard copies and computer databases.
Grant Writer Preferences:
Bachelor's degree in creative writing or related field.
2+ years of grant writing experience.
Proficient with measuring and reaching income goals.
Proficient with MS Office Word and Excel.
Excellent knowledge of fundraising information sources.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
Strong people skills.
Excellent organizational skills.
Ability to meet deadlines.
About KISKEYA INTERNATIONAL INC
6360 UPLANDS BLVD APT N, SARASOTA, FL 34243, US
It is the mission of Kiskeya International to bring an end to deforestation, hunger, and poverty in the world's most at-risk communities by combining regenerative agricultural practices and innovative solutions.
We are a solutions-oriented reforestation nonprofit focused on providing sustainable long-term solutions to high-risk communities in the developing world. What this means is, we as an organization, research the environmental, social, and economic issues facing a community, find solutions to said problems then educate ourselves and collaborate with experts in the field to implement these solutions while teaching the people themselves everything we have learned. To sum it up short, we first teach ourselves to fish, then we teach everyone else.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
September 28, 2021
- Grant Writing / Research
- Donor Management
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Driver's License Needed
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 5-10 hours/week