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The role of the Grant Writer is to familiarize themselves with the organization's financial needs and mission. They are a key part of the "marketing" team for their organization. Through written proposals and other forms of communication, grant writers promote the organization and its causes, persuading donors to provide much-needed financial support. This individual has exceptional writing skills and follow-through on tasks and assignments. They pursue opportunities to gain knowledge that will assist in growing and maintaining the organization's needs.


  • Prepares proposals by determining concepts, gathering, and formatting information, writing drafts and obtaining approvals.
  • Determines proposal concept by identifying and clarifying opportunities and needs, studying requests for proposal (RFPs), and attending strategy meetings.
  • Meets proposal deadline by establishing priorities and target dates for information gathering writing, review, approval, and transmittal.
  • Enters and monitors tracking data.
  • Coordinates requirements with contributors and contributes proposal status information to review meetings.
  • Gathers proposal information by identifying sources of information, coordinating submissions and collections, and identifying and communicating risks associated with proposals.
  • Develops proposal by assembling information including project nature, objectives/outcomes/deliverables, implementation, methods, timetable, staffing, budget, standards of performance, and evaluation.
  • Writes, revises, and edits drafts including executive summaries, conclusions, and organization credentials.
  • Prepares presentation by evaluating text, graphics, and binding and coordinating printing.
  • Maintains quality results by using templates; following proposal-writing standards including readability, consistency, and tone; maintaining proposal support databases.
  • Obtains approval by reviewing proposals with key providers and project managers.
  • Improves proposal-writing results by evaluating and re-designing processes, approach, coordination, and boilerplate.
  • Accomplishes organization goals by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.


  • Bachelor's degree in communications, English, professional writing, or a similar major.
  • Ability to familiarize themselves with an organization's goals and needs.
  • Outstanding grammar and research skills are essential.
  • Background relevant to the organization is helpful, but not required.

Anticipated Time of Involvement:

TBD - As much as desired more than likely

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7643 Gate Parkway St 104-56, JACKSONVILLE, FL 32256, US

Mission Statement

Empowering young women to be grounded spiritually, mentally, physically, and financially through mentorship and education. Providing team building to get the girls in nature and build their confidence, all while allowing them to pray and meditate to begin overcoming the challenges created by the current or past situations they have faced. Surrounding them with strong, successful women who have experienced and overcome similar challenges to be successful in their personal and professional lives. A mission to mentor, guide, motivate, and inspire the youth. Classes on personal growth, financial education, improved health with fitness and nutrition, personal brand, self-defense, and spiritual balance will be provided. As the girls enter the workforce resources are provided to assist them in obtaining vocational licenses. The mentorship relationship will continue during the secondary education process to ensure the girls in the program are successful and happy in their new careers.


A place young women can come to feel safe, empower, and encouraged. Classes that teach them how to be successful in the world. Resources that educate the next generation. Offering classes on self-defense, personal development, financial literacy, mental health, health and wellness, communication, and conflict resolution, just to name a few. Events also include cooking, kayaking, workouts, and museums.


Children & Youth
Children & Youth, Community, Women


We'll work with your schedule.


10 North Newnan StreetJacksonville, FL 32202






  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1 year

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