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ORGANIZATION: Children's Therapy Center

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Role Summary:

As a Funder Research Volunteer, you will play an important role in ensuring the future of vital services that CTC provides to children and families throughout South King and Pierce counties. By conducting online research, you will help the Community Engagement team maintain an updated and accurate informational tool used for grant proposals and donor stewardship. This is an excellent opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge about the giving priorities and application processes of funders.


  • Conduct online research for 100 prospective funders (foundation, corporations, and governmental agencies) using a variety of online resources
  • Verify, update and add missing information under each category for listed funders
  • Accurately enter data of researched funders into template and maintain the established organization of the spreadsheet

Time Commitment:

  • 1-2 hours weekly for approximately 3 months or until project is complete
  • Attend a monthly virtual check-in meeting (approximately 20 minutes)


  • Remote/Virtual

Qualifications/Desired Skills:

  • Strong communication, interpersonal and organization skills
  • Demonstrate basic skills in excel, and using common search engines
  • Be comfortable working independently and virtually
  • An interest in non- profit sector, grant writing, or fundraising/donor development
  • Enjoy working with individuals from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  • Embrace and be in alignment with CTC’s mission, equity practices, and values
  • Work in accordance with CTC’s policies and procedures

Minimum requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years\\ old
  • Participate in orientation and training related to the volunteer role/assignment
  • Consent and agree to CTC and volunteer program policies, procedures and practices


  • Improve wellness-  Volunteering can help you gain confidence by giving you the chance to try something new and build a real sense of achievement.
  • Meet people, build relationships and increase social skills . Volunteering can help you meet different kinds of people and make new friends. Join other volunteers and staff at organization or community events/happenings.
  • Feel a sense of belonging in your community. Volunteering can help you feel part of something outside your friends and family. Become a valued member and partner of a diverse, talented and caring team.
  • Learn new skills, gain experience and valuable knowledge. Volunteering can help you learn new skills, gain experience alongside field experts and skilled staff and exposure to careers paths in the non-profit sector.
  • Take on a challenge and gain confidence . Through volunteering you can challenge yourself to try something different, achieve personal goals, practice using your skills, discover hidden talents.
  • Have fun and make an impact in your community!  Volunteers help make a difference in the lives of children and families.

Reports to:

  • Volunteer Manager
  • Grants Manager

This is an unpaid, volunteer position

Children’s Therapy Center seeks to reflect the diversity of our communities. We believe every employee, volunteer and guest/visitor has the right to be free from unlawful discrimination. Consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws, Children’s Therapy Center provides all employees, volunteers and applicants with equal opportunity in all aspects of the relationship

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About Children's Therapy Center


10811 Kent Kangley Rd., Kent, WA 98031, US

Mission Statement

At Children’s Therapy Center, we are on a mission to maximize the potential of children with special needs. We provide individualized, family-centered therapy including early intervention services, early childhood special education, physical, occupational and speech therapy. In partnership with parents and caregivers, we celebrate where each child is today and work toward who they can become.


In 1979, three therapists passionately devoted to serving children with special needs came together to form Children’s Therapy Center. What started as a small program based in the waiting room of a doctor’s office has grown to become the most comprehensive nonprofit pediatric therapy center in Washington, serving over 3,000 children every year.

From the beginning, our goal has been to provide quality therapeutic services designed to empower children with special needs and their families. Our founders - Sue Hudson, Nancy Hylton and Gay Lloyd Pinder - created a program of quality, individualized physical, occupational, and speech therapy, with a strong emphasis on parent involvement.

Our goal is to help every child achieve maximum independence so they can experience the same opportunities and quality of life as other children. Our approach has always been family-focused. It is ultimately through the efforts of parents and other caregivers that a child is able to reach their full potential.


Children & Youth
People with Disabilities
Children & Youth, Community, People with Disabilities


Fri Sep 30, 2022 - Sun Dec 18, 2022


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Administrative Support
  • Data Entry
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Resource Development / Management
  • Internet Research




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1-2 hours weekly for 2-3 months

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