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Social Media Manager Volunteer
ORGANIZATION: Sharia?s Closet
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2 people are interested
Sharia's Closet is a small but mighty nonprofit providing clothing for individuals and families in and around the San Diego community who are facing financial hardship or crisis. They provide personalized empowerment in the form of new/gently used clothing for those in need of their services, victims of domestic violence, natural disasters, and human trafficking as well as unsheltered or unemployed individuals. They know proper clothing helps people maintain a sense of dignity and self-esteem in times of insecurity.
Sharia's Closet is looking for a Social Media Manager who can enhance their brand, build and maintain social relationships, and increase engagement. The Social Media Manager will be responsible for developing and administering social media content that is designed to engage users and create an interactive relationship with members online. They will be required to collect and review social media data to develop more effective campaigns.
Volunteer Duties & Responsibilities:
Work closely with the CEO of Sharia's Closet to develop social media campaigns to help achieve marketing goals
Further develop the brand of Sharia's Closet through social media presence
Increase followers of Sharia's Closet on Instagram and Facebook
Develop monthly reports on emerging social media trends
Create a social media calendar with posts and images so the CEO of Sharia's Closet can review ahead of posting
Monitor the social media accounts and interact with users
Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes
Getting Started: All interested volunteers will be asked for an interview before getting started.
Desired Experience: Degree in Marketing, Communications, or a related field, 2+ years' experience in social media management, strong problem solving skills, and knowledge of social media platforms.
About Sharia's Closet
Founded in humble beginnings, the vision and intention of Sharia's Closet have remained constant over the past 8 years to accommodate the growing need for emergency clothing in San Diego's communities. All clothing and hygiene items that are graciously donated to Sharia's Closet are then given to people in need, and there is never an exchange of money for the clothing and hygiene items that Sharia's Closet provides. People of all ages, genders, identities, and cultural backgrounds are served with dignity and respect through Sharia's Closet, one purple bag at a time.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Sharia?s Closet
6244 El Cajon Blvd Unit #5, San Diego, CA 92115, US
We provide free, emergency clothing to individuals and families who are experiencing financial hardship or crisis.
Sharia's Closet is a small but mighty non-profit providing clothing for individuals and families in all throughout San Diego County who are facing financial hardship or crisis. We provide personalized empowerment in the form of new/gently used clothing for people who are victims of domestic violence, natural disasters, and human trafficking as well as unsheltered /homeless, unemployed. We know proper clothing helps people maintain a sense of dignity and self-esteem in times of insecurity.
The impact of Sharia's Closet: Since starting this personal movement to provide relief to our community members that are experiencing clothing insecurities. Since 2013, we have distributed over 33,000 customized clothing bags at no cost to children and adults. We hear stories of how our clothing care packages have helped parents confidently find jobs and send their children to school with clean and well-fitting clothing.
We live by our vision and values. The vision of Sharia's Closet is to empower people of our community with clothes to promote self-esteem and self-identity. We believe in dignity and respect. We honor people by providing them with the care, concern, and consideration they deserve. We know people deserve to feel valued and be treated ethically. We value quality and personalization, knowing everyone is different and deserves to be treated as an individual.
San Diego, CA 92115
December 14, 2022