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Dream Coordinator

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ORGANIZATION: Dream Factory of Brooklyn inc.

Dream Factory of Brooklyn
Creating Dreams for Critical and Chronic Children from ages 3-18 years of age !

Board of Directors Position reports to: President of the Dream Factory Brooklyn


The Dream Coordinator is responsible for fulfilling the chapter’s mission: to create life‐changing

Dreams for children with critical illnesses. Responsible for ensuring the quality of each Dream

experience through proper interview processes, management, planning, and oversight. The Dream Coordinator may be required to perform other job‐related tasks in addition to those specifically presented in this description.


  • Conduct pre-screening interviews of Dream applicants and their families.
  • Manage each Dream through the completion of the dream.
  • Raise resources for each individual Dream by obtaining in‐kind donations specific to the Dream.
  • Submit all required accounting reports for review and approval to the President of the Dream Factory Brooklyn.
  • Create Dream itineraries unique to each Dream.
  • Prepare a budget for each Dream.
  • Keep database Dream files current for each Dreamchild assigned.
  • Oversee the financial reconciliation and closing of all completed Dreams within the caseload.
  • Maintain sensitivity to and confidentiality of families being served by the chapter.
  • Identify and communicate to chapter leadership all potential opportunities and/or relationships that will increase the chapter’s ability to raise funds and grant Dreams.
  • Identify challenges and recommend solutions to senior leadership.
  • Participate in monthly Board meetings.
  • Attend chapter events as needed in support of the chapter’s mission.
  • Adhere to all National Office performance standards and chapter internal controls, policies, and procedures.


  • Must have licensure or certification in mental health counseling or equivalent.
  • Must have 1-3 years minimum experience working with children.
  • Must be a self-starter, able to work independently.

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About Dream Factory of Brooklyn inc.


NONE, Brooklyn, NY 11215, US

Mission Statement

The Dream Factory. . . . an all-volunteer, mission driven organization that makes dreams come true for critically and chronically ill children.


The Dream Factory was established as an all-volunteer wish-granting organization in 1980. In the past thirty plus years, it has grown into one of the nations largest wish-granting organizations with local chapters across the country and a national Headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky.

The Dream Factory is about children: critically and chronically ill children whose lives have been challenged in ways that the average person cannot comprehend.

The Dream Factory exists to bring some happiness into these lives. As a Dream Factory volunteer, you will interact with children and their families, with other volunteers, members of the medical community and social services agencies, and with donors, sponsors and other members of the community.


Children & Youth
Children & Youth


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Child Welfare
  • Mental Health
  • Children Medical Services
  • Administrative Support
  • Data Entry
  • Counseling / Mental Health




  • Background Check
  • 20hrs per month
  • Clinical Mental Health Counselor

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