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Research & Writing Grant Writer

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ORGANIZATION: Idealist.org

Recruiting Organization: Poppy Life Care Foundation

Position: Research & Writing Grant Proposals

Poppy Life Care is approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization in the United States. We are endorsed by GuideStar which specializes in the reporting of U.S. non-profit companies. We have many opportunities to make an impact, grow your network and business portfolio while building a non-profit and working in an agile startup environment.

We hope you will consider us in your search!

Our Mission:

Poppy Life Care is a United States non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is determined to educate and empower children and their parents living with children’s health issues related to spectrum disorders, development disorders, ADHD, anxiety and depression. Our goal is to facilitate awareness and education while building innovative care programs, which we hope to accomplish alongside our local communities, its businesses and people. We believe in helping each other as part of an ecosystem of local business, healthcare groups, academic institutions and professionals alike.

"Empowering the Next Generation"

Our Why:

Not only are we passionate about what we do, but WHY we do it, which is to help children and their families that are struggling with spectrum disorders, ADHD, anxiety, depression and more. We want to do our part in changing their quality of life for the better.

We believe that we can make a real impact on children's health by implementing unique care programs that include an interdisciplinary approach to education, treatment and therapies. We also believe that care, education, and support for children and their families should be easily accessible.

We are very passionate about what we are doing and looking for people that want to help make a positive impact in our communities!

More About the Company:

At Poppy Life Care we care about people and strive to create environments that empower people and ideas.

We are paving the way to education and care programs and looking for candidates that want to join us in making a difference! Candidates should excel in fast paced environments, express a willingness to learn, be passionate about what they do and ideally have a strong background in education, business, non-profits, or startups. We are rapidly growing and have unique opportunities available.

Check us out at www.poppylifecare.org!

Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, one or more of the following projects that support PLCF efforts:

-Researching applicable grants through grants.gov and compile a list of grant opportunities, work with the Executive Director and board members to identify the most viable options.

-With the support of the Executive Director - preparation of proposals and grant applications, and performance of responsible professional administrative work in researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities in the areas of Young and Children, Mental Health, Children's Health, Autism Relief, ADHD, Community Development, Education, Healthcare Services, Medical/Research, and more.

-Identify other resources and fundraising opportunities.

-Create grant proposal templates. Ability to work independently, excellent writing and computer skills.


Educational Requirements:

Nonprofit grant writers may have a bachelor's degree in communications, English, professional writing or a similar major. Outstanding grammar and research skills are essential for grant writers. Nonprofit grant writers need skills to meet tight deadlines, and they have to be able to do extensive research. They also need to have excellent grammar skills, and the ability to familiarize themselves with an organization's goals and needs.

Time Commitment Minimum:

Flexible, 2 - 5 hours per week with 1 hour required weekly meeting via phone. Meetings may be scheduled during normal business hours (Monday - Friday between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.). 3 month commitment required.

Benefits Available to Volunteer:

Although this is an unpaid volunteering opportunity that does not lead to employment or includes employee benefits, this opportunity offers:

  • Learn about startup environments and how to get a fundraising and grant writing strategy ramped up
  • Provide significant strategic and funding contributions toward the development of program activities
  • Fulfill college or university volunteer requirements
  • Build your resume with unique startup experience and grant writing or funding strategies

PLUS have fun learning - there is so much opportunity!

****** MUST LIVE IN THE U.S. TO APPLY ******

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Fee Amount: None

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Children & Youth
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Children & Youth, Crisis Support, Health & Medicine

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