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Grant Writer and Researcher

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  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 4 people are interested

Write a Book Foundation is looking for a motivated and successful grant writer!

The grant writer will be required to apply for and manage grant aspects of business in order to gain additional funding for Women of Valor. The grant writer will be responsible for locating, researching, and applying for potential funding opportunities in order to ensure successful budget operation.

The ideal candidate should have previous experience and proven success in the grant writing field. This volunteer/employee will be required to provide high-quality grant proposals, contact sponsors, companies, and organizations that offer grants, and submit grants to these locations. The position will be part-time or full-time for the right individual. If you are motivated, hard-working, and have previous experience in this field, please do not hesitate to apply.

We would love to have you on our team!

Typical duties and responsibilities:
* Research and identify grants that match the objectives of the organization
* Develop proposals for matching grants
* Oversee preparation of grant proposals, conduct a final review of proposals, and ensure timely submission
* Maintain an accurate record of past and present grant opportunities, deadlines, and proposals
* Develop and maintain strong relationships with colleagues and donors
* Respond to funder questions
* Detail impact of a grant Education and experience: This position requires a bachelor’s degree in English, marketing, communication, or a related field.

Required skills and qualifications:
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills
* Ability to conduct thorough research
* Detail-oriented and robust organization and multitasking skills
* Knowledge of current trends in donating
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite tools Preferred qualifications:
* Experience writing government grants
* Experience working on a research team and securing grants in the past
* Excellent grammar and strong attention to detail

What is the time commitment? Grant Writer Volunteer is expected to spend 5-10 hours a week on the Write a Book Foundation business.

About This Project If you would like to learn more about this organization and project, please follow the apply link to schedule a preliminary call with a representative of the organization.

There is a remote work stipend of $20/month.

Why Volunteer at Write a Book Foundation?

Write a Book Foundation is a literary and personal development nonprofit with the mission of advancing social equity and self-actualization through expressive writing. We hope to bring you all with us on this journey through volunteering! We also actively support our volunteers and interns through the following processes:

  1. Mentoring to enter employment or freelancing markets
  2. Monetizing their skills as a freelancer
  3. Positive testimonials and references

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1629 K St NW Suite 300,, Washington, DC 20006, US

Mission Statement

We remove barriers to book or memoir writing to enable personal or spiritual development and living a purposeful life.


Write-A-Book Foundation believes that expressive writing skill is a viable tool for people struggling with anxiety, PTSD and other mental health concerns. To that end, we will remove barriers to book writing to enable personal and spiritual development and living a purposeful life.


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