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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 !

A grant writer volunteer is an individual who helps a non-profit organization or a community group in researching, writing, and submitting grant proposals to secure funding from various sources.

  1. Researching funding opportunities: A grant writer volunteer should be able to research potential funding sources and match them with the organization's needs and goals. This requires an ability to scan various online platforms, databases, and other resources to identify grant opportunities that align with the organization's mission.

  2. Developing grant proposals: A grant writer volunteer must be able to create compelling grant proposals that convey the organization's purpose, goals, and the impact they intend to create. They should be skilled in crafting clear, concise, and persuasive narratives that engage potential funders and highlight the organization's unique value.

  3. Collaborating with the organization's team: The volunteer grant writer must work with the non-profit team or community group to gather information, assess needs, and ensure that the grant proposal accurately reflects the organization's priorities and objectives. The writer should be able to work with people from diverse backgrounds and collaborate effectively.

  4. Ensuring compliance: The grant writer volunteer should be familiar with the regulations and requirements governing grant writing and submission. They must ensure that the grant proposal complies with all regulations, such as eligibility criteria, deadlines, and other requirements.

  5. Tracking progress and reporting: The grant writer volunteer should be able to track the progress of submitted grant proposals and report on their success or failure. This includes monitoring deadlines and grant award amounts and keeping the organization informed of the application status.

  6. Continuously improving the organization's grant-writing process: The grant writer volunteer should be proactive in continuously improving the organization's grant-writing process. This may include researching best practices, identifying areas for improvement, and developing new strategies for securing funding.

Overall, the grant writer volunteer should have strong research and writing skills, be able to work collaboratively with a team, and have a passion for the organization's mission. They should be detail-oriented, able to meet deadlines, and committed to excellence in all aspects of their work.

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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


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