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MBIC Fundraising Volunteer Opportunity

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ORGANIZATION: Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse

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Join our mission at MBIC Clubhouse as a Fundraising Volunteer and play a critical role in securing the resources necessary to support our diverse and vibrant community. MBIC serves a wide range of individuals, including those recovering from brain injuries, living with cognitive declines such as Alzheimer's or autism, and facing various physical disabilities. Beyond cognitive and physical support, we extend our services to meet the basic needs of our members, providing food, toiletries, case management, and more. Our goal is to ensure no individual goes without the essentials, regardless of their financial situation.

The Importance of This Role

Our organization is a lifeline for many who have limited to no resources. As a contracted provider for the State of Illinois, we face delays in remittance, creating gaps between our funding and our operational needs. The individuals we serve rely on us not just for rehabilitation and social engagement but also for their basic day-to-day needs and empowerment through education and community outings. This role is not just about fundraising; it’s about bridging the gap between need and support, ensuring our members can thrive.

Volunteer Responsibilities

As a Fundraising Volunteer, you will:

  • Utilize your networking skills to tap into various groups, including corporations, workplaces, schools, and churches, to raise funds and in-kind donations.
  • Be creative and self-directed in organizing fundraising activities, whether on a grassroots or corporate level, to support the multifaceted needs of our Clubhouse.
  • Spread awareness about MBIC's mission and the critical support we provide to our community, engaging potential donors and sponsors in our cause.
  • Assist in identifying and securing resources that can help cover everything from program costs to basic necessities for our members.

Who We Are Looking For

Ideal candidates are:

  • Passionate about making a tangible difference in the lives of individuals with diverse needs.
  • Experienced in fundraising, networking, and community engagement, capable of leveraging their connections for a noble cause.
  • Creative and innovative in developing fundraising strategies and events.
  • Self-directed and motivated, with the ability to initiate and lead projects to success.

Why Volunteer With Us?

Your involvement will directly impact the lives of many, providing not just the rehabilitation and social support they need but also ensuring they have access to basic necessities. Volunteering with MBIC Clubhouse offers the opportunity to make a significant difference in your community, meet inspiring individuals, and be part of a team dedicated to improving lives.

Join Us in Making a Difference

If you're driven by compassion and have a knack for fundraising and networking, your contribution can help bridge the gap for those in need. Your efforts will allow us to continue providing comprehensive support to our members, enriching their lives beyond measure.

To express interest or learn more about becoming a Fundraising Volunteer at MBIC Clubhouse, please reach out to Tammiko at tammiko@mbiclubhouse.org . Together, we can ensure that our members have the support they need to live fulfilling, independent lives.

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About Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse

Location:

1021 W. Adams, Suite 200, Chicago, IL 60607, US

Mission Statement

Mission Statement: To provide life long rehabilitative services and support to those affected by brain injury or stroke.

Description

The Clubhouse is a unique place where individuals can come to relearn skills through the work of the day. We like to think of the Clubhouse as our home away from home and the folks here are like family. For many the Clubhouse is the next step in transitioning from a patient back into the real world.

CAUSE AREAS

Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
Seniors
Health & Medicine, People with Disabilities, Seniors

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1021 West Adams StreetSuite 200Chicago, IL 60607

SKILLS

  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Community Outreach
  • Networking
  • Relationship Building
  • Business Development

GOOD FOR

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REQUIREMENTS

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