Autism Tennessee is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Our mission is to provide support to individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. Our focus is to assist autistic individuals in attaining independence through support, advocacy, and education.
*This is an unpaid volunteer position
Lead and manage all aspects of philanthropic giving at ARO.
Plan and implement a diversified fundraising plan.
Develop and implement plans to meet fundraising goals.
Manage a portfolio of existing donors ensuring the relationship remains strong with the organization.
Accurately record information about, and communication with all prospective donors including research material, engagement plans and meeting reports.
Managing a pipeline of prospective donors.
Provide support to prospective donors.
Respond to emails in a timely manner.
Perform other appropriate tasks or duties as requested.
What we are looking for:
Someone who is available to volunteer 10+ hours/week.
At least 5+ years in fundraising, or a related field.
A self-starter with excellent time management skills.
A team player with demonstrated experience working well with others.
Competent experience in social media platforms and research.
Ability to anticipate and critically think through problems.
About ASMT, Inc.
On The Avenue, 2607Winford Avenue, Nashville, TN 37211, US
Our mission is to support and advocate for individuals on the autism spectrum so they can live their lives with maximum independence. To support their families, and their surrounding community through support, advocacy, and education.
Autism Tennessee is a non-profit organization serving the approximately 35,000 individuals and families diagnosed with autism in Middle Tennessee.
The vision of Autism Tennessee is to create a community where people on the autism spectrum and their families find respect, and acceptance. Our mission is to support and advocate for individuals on the autism spectrum so they can live as independently as they wish. To support and advocate for their families, and communities so as to create communities that are accepting of autism. For over 19 years, Autism Tennessee has provided information, support, and referrals to the autism community.
Autism Tennessee works with families to turn heartache to hope. One out of every 68 children born today will be diagnosed with autism. By investing in Autism Tennessee, families and the community are better equipped to create an inclusive culture. The only funding to support Autism Tennessee comes from individual donors, corporations, and grants. We hope you’ll consider being one of our community partners and helping to make a difference in the life of a family affected by autism.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
November 16, 2021
- Donor Management
- Background Check
- Orientation or Training
- 10-15 hours/week
- Grant prospecting, and writing, experience developing annual appeals, event experience helpful. Availability to meet with the Executive Director every other week