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ORGANIZATION: SAVESOUSL INC

Overview Grant Writer Volunteer Position:

Save Souls seeks a volunteer Grant Writer to assist with drafting proposals to funders. This position would be remote and would engage with board members and volunteers. The roles includes:

Qualifications:

  • Research foundations and corporate partners.

  • Assist board and volunteers with drafting "boiler plate" language for grant

    submissions.

  • Track all prospective funders in organized, systematic way for team to access.

  • Develop funding calendar for stakeholders to be aware of submission deadlines.

    We seek individual(s) qualified in the following areas:

  • Commitment and interest in Save Souls mission.

  • Experience in fundraising/development within the non-profit sector. This includes

    research and writing proposals.

  • Strong writing skills

Our virtual workshops are tailored to African-Caribbean or Caribbean

descent individuals from the age of 17 to 35 years old. However, we also provide mental

health training to program leaders in religious community from different age groups, and

our events are open to adults of all ages. We also provide CEUs training to mental

health providers serving the Afro-Caribbean community.

  • Detail oriented and well organized.

  • Works independently. Seeks to be apart of a team growing a Save Souls efforts.

    To submit your name for consideration, please send your resume along with a brief summary of your experience and interest in the work to info@savesoulsinc.org

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About SAVESOUSL INC

Location:

5900 BALCONES DR STE 100, AUSTIN, TX 78731, US

Mission Statement

To empower Afro-Caribbean communities through mental health education, access to resources and professional development mentorship in order to promote individual well-being and generate lasting community impact.

Description

Our virtual workshops are tailored to African-Caribbean or Caribbean descent individuals from the age of 17 to 35 years old. However, we also provide mental health training to program leaders in religious community from different age groups, and our events are open to adults of all ages. We also provide CEUs training to mental health providers serving the Afro-Caribbean community.

CAUSE AREAS

Faith-Based
Health & Medicine
Immigrants & Refugees
Faith-Based, Health & Medicine, Immigrants & Refugees

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Schedule can be developed in partnership with organization and volunteer.

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