16 people are interested
ORGANIZATION: Art Against Racism
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16 people are interested
We are looking for individuals with fundraising experience to assist the founder in growing a new arts non-profit. Fundraiser volunteers will help with a variety of tasks including approaching individuals to secure funds, and organizing, planning, and overseeing campaigns/events to raise money and other kinds of donations for an organization. Fundraiser volunteers will ensure that campaigns are effective by researching potential donors and examining records of those who have given in the past .
Be responsible for the following:
- Research prospective donors
- Create a strong fundraising message that appeals to potential donors
- Identify and contact potential donors
- Use online platforms to raise donations
- Organize campaigns or events to solicit donations
- Maintain records of donor information
- Evaluate the success of previous fundraising events
- Train volunteers in fundraising procedures and practices
- Ensure that all legal reporting requirements are satisfied
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Art Against Racism
208 Laurel Circle, PRINCETON, NJ 08540, US
Art Against Racism’s goal is to make racial equity and justice real and lasting for Black and brown people around the world by connecting people to civic action through the power of art.
Art Against Racism was formulated as a non-profit in June 2020, following the killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The prior year Art Against Racism was a Princeton-area art exhibition that connected topical art to programs about civic action and accountability.
The art exhibition brought together community organizations, artists and activists to raise issues of racial equity and justice through the arts and related programming. Organizational partners include McCarter Theatre, Morven Museum. The Arts Council of Princeton, the Princeton YWCA,, Not In Our Town Princeton (NIOT) the Bayard Rustin Center, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton, the Princeton United Methodist Church and the First Baptist Church of Princeton. Art was exhibited in several venues throughout the Princeton-area for 10 days. Programming included a poetry slam, children's art program, a talk on reparations and an ecumenical breakfast between predominantly white and predominantly BIPOC congregations.
Art Against Racism is presently running an international virtual exhibition entitled Memorial. Monument. Movement. It features Black Lives Matter-inspired art and work focused on issues of equality and justice.
We have multiple goals towards fulfilling our mission. Our short term goals are focused on growth in the following areas: fundraising; programming; social media and publicity; and organizational development and structure.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
June 8, 2023
- Must be at least 16