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Donor Outreach Volunteer

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ORGANIZATION: Community Literature Initiative

  • 3 people are interested

As a volunteer in our donor relations team, your purpose is to play a vital role in nurturing and strengthening the bonds between our organization and our generous donors. By engaging with our supporters, expressing gratitude, and implementing creative strategies to attract new members, you'll help us build a thriving community of individuals who share our passion for our cause.

This role is perfect for you if...

  • You've got a knack for making people feel appreciated and valued, and you're eager to spread positivity through heartfelt thank-you calls to our generous donors.
  • You're the type of person who loves connecting with others and building relationships
  • You want the opportunity to unleash your creativity by crafting engaging posts to attract new members to our cause, all while expanding your digital marketing skills.
  • You've been described as a natural organizer with a keen eye for detail. You'll have the opportunity to enter membership information into our database, ensuring that everything runs smoothly behind the scenes while mastering your data management skills.
  • You’re someone who loves rallying people together for a good cause? You'll be coordinating exciting phone drives to engage with our supporters and recruit new donors, all while sharpening your leadership skills and making a positive impact on our community.
  • You fancy yourself as a bit of a sleuth, always on the hunt for new opportunities. You'll be generating leads through Facebook to be contacted daily, uncovering potential supporters and learning the ins and outs of effective donor outreach strategies along the way.
What you’ll do:
  • Enter Membership Information into Database
  • Call Donors and Express Gratitude
  • Invite Donors to Special Events
  • Social Media Marketing for New Membership
  • Help coordinate Phone Drives
  • Recruitment Strategies to Reach 1,000 Donors Over Three Years
  • Generate Facebook Leads to Be Contacted Weekly
  • Gain valuable experience in nonprofit fundraising and donor relations.
  • Make a meaningful contribution to our organization's mission and goals.
  • Develop and enhance your communication, marketing, and organizational skills.
  • Join a supportive and collaborative team dedicated to making a difference.
  • Flexible scheduling options to accommodate your availability and commitments.


email your resume to hr@communitylit.org

2 Shifts

  • morning / 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM
  • 01:00 PM to 05:00 PM
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About Community Literature Initiative


2702 W. Florence Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90047, US

Mission Statement

Create an accessible, inclusive, and encouraging space for writers, poets, and artists alike.


The Community Literature Initiative is a Los Angeles based nonprofit organization focused on teaching writers in the city how to create poetry and fiction of a publishable quality. The CLI course is a 10-month (September to June) training program to refine works-in-progress into finalized manuscripts ready for publication. At the conclusion of the 10-month program, all participants are guaranteed a first-book publishing contract with one of our partnering Los Angeles Small Presses. At the conclusion of our program, all students emerge knowledgeable published authors! In addition to offering these courses, CLI staff & students teach free creative writing courses in local high schools.


Arts & Culture
Education & Literacy
Arts & Culture, Community, Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.
This opportunity has 2 shifts


2702 W Florence AveLos Angeles, CA 90043



  • Data Entry
  • Market Research / Analysis
  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Community Outreach
  • People Skills




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Up to 20 hours

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