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Who We Are

The CARDBoard Project is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization whose main objective is to bridge the digital gap within the underserved communities of South Dallas. For many, access to technology is greatly limited. This limitation actively hinders education, healthcare, and overall economic growth within underserved communities affected by digital division. CARDBoard Project aims to address this pertinent issue on many levels. Between providing access to essential technology, active community projects aimed to eradicate "digital deserts", working with individuals 1:1 to connect our guests to empowering opportunities and resources, we consistently progress our cause.

Who We’re Seeking
Grant Writer

Background: We are creating teams of grant writers to work together on applying for grants. We have had success in going after and receiving grants from organizations such as the United Way, State Fair of Texas, and several other organizations. As we seek to grow and help serve more individuals, we are now creating a more systematic approach to applying for and receiving grants.

We have created an on-boarding process to help you learn the fundamentals of grant writing. After learning the fundamentals of grant writing, you will join the grant writing teams and work on different aspect of grant writing. This experience will help you grow and learn as you also help grow an organization to help meet the needs of more people.

We do require a commitment of no less than 5 hours a week so that you can go in-depth enough. 10+ hours a week would be preferable. The goal is that after six months you will become skilled and knowledgeable in applying for grants and be able to shepherd a grant from start to completion.

* Go through the onboarding process to learn about grant writing.
* Meet weekly with the grant writing team.
* Work with other team members on grant writing.
* Specific duties may include grant research, calling grantors, grant writing, grant editing, grant process managing, and grant team lead along with other duties based upon your skillset and preferences.

* Writing Communication Ability.
* Coordinating with others.
* Ability to learn new processes and new skills
* Ability to use Microsoft Teams (or ability to learn new cloud-based software)
* Attention to details while keeping the overall picture in mind.
* Grant writing experiences not needed, though such experience is helpful.
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2711 S. Ervay St., Dallas, TX 75215, US

Mission Statement

We connect the digitally disconnected to opportunities, services, and access to self-sufficiency.


The CARDBoard Project is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization whose main objective is to bridge the digital gap within the under-served communities within the DFW area.

Technology is an essential to all means of living, for many this essential is grossly limited. These limitations actively hinder education, healthcare, and overall economic growth. Here we address this pertinent issue on many levels.

Between providing physical access to essential technology, active projects working to eradicate "desert" Wi-Fi zones, working with individuals one on one to connect guests to empowering opportunities and resources, we consistently progress our cause.


Education & Literacy
Homeless & Housing
Education & Literacy, Homeless & Housing


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Reporting & Dashboards
  • Adult Education
  • Reading / Writing




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 10 hours a week

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