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Weekly Newsletter Copywriter

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  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 7 people are interested

As a Volunteer Weekly Newsletter Copywriter at FOM, you will play a crucial role in promoting mental health awareness and providing valuable insights to our community (youth aged 6-36 years old that are dealing with dark thoughts and their negative effects). Your writing skills will help shape engaging and informative content that will be delivered to our audience through our weekly newsletters. This role is a vital component of our communication strategy and contributes directly to destigmatizing mental health issues and fostering a supportive community.


  1. Content Creation: Produce well-crafted, original, and compelling content for the organization's weekly newsletters. This includes articles, feature stories, event highlights, mental health tips, and relevant news updates related to mental health and our organization's initiatives.

  2. Collaboration: Work closely with the marketing and communications team, as well as subject matter experts within the organization, to gather information and insights that enhance the quality and accuracy of the newsletter content.

  3. Consistency and Timeliness: Meet weekly deadlines for content submission to ensure the timely release of the newsletter to our subscribers. Maintain a consistent and reliable presence to build trust with our readers.

  4. Tone and Messaging: Maintain a compassionate and empathetic tone in the newsletter content, ensuring that all messaging aligns with our organization's mission and values. Sensitively address mental health topics while offering supportive and informative content.

  5. Edit and Proofread: Review and edit your own work to ensure accuracy, clarity, and adherence to the organization's style guidelines. Ensure that all content is free from grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.

  6. Stay Informed: Stay up-to-date with current trends, developments, and research in mental health to produce informed and relevant content. Regularly attend workshops, webinars, or relevant events to enhance your knowledge.


  1. Passion for Mental Health: Possess a genuine interest in mental health issues, mental well-being, and promoting awareness to reduce stigma.

  2. Writing Skills: Strong writing and storytelling abilities with a flair for engaging and informative content creation. Previous experience in writing newsletters, blogs, or similar content is beneficial.

  3. Empathy and Sensitivity: Demonstrate a compassionate and sensitive approach to writing about mental health topics, understanding the impact of language on readers.

  4. Organizational Skills: Ability to manage time effectively, meet deadlines, and work independently with minimal supervision.

  5. Collaboration: Excellent teamwork and communication skills, as you will be working with a diverse team of professionals within the organization.

  6. Confidentiality: Respect the privacy and confidentiality of the individuals and information encountered during your work with the mental health organization.

  7. Familiarity with Mental Health: A basic understanding of mental health issues, common disorders, and available resources is preferred. Willingness to learn and stay informed is essential.

This volunteer role provides an excellent opportunity to use your writing talents to make a positive impact on mental health awareness and support. Join our team to contribute meaningfully to the cause of mental well-being and help create a more compassionate society.

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453 S Spring Street Ste 400, Los Angeles, CA 90013, US

Mission Statement

Welcome to Finesse Our Minds (FOM) we are a nonprofit addressing our young humans' global mental health challenges. Our goal: Shatter stigmas, provide resources, and empower young humans through community-building and peer support. We aim to equip young humans with the tools they need to recognize warning signs of struggle and take care of their mental health. United, we'll ensure no one faces their journey alone. Let's do this! How to Get Involved: Application Process: Complete our online application (https://forms.gle/pyu8vwd57CUFDHnh9). Applicants must be at least 13 years old or the legal age in their specific state, with guardian approval if under 18. All volunteers and interns must commit to a minimum of 6 months and undergo a background check.


  • Finesse Our Minds is a non-profit organization founded in May 2019 by a millennial, L.Finesse Humxn, who realized the importance of spreading awareness and preventing the negative effects of dark thoughts after surviving multiple suicide attempts.
  • It's natural for people to experience dark or negative thoughts from time to time - and we encourage owning our feelings! However, if these thoughts become persistent and intrusive, they can impact our mental health and well-being.
  • L.Finesse’s personal experience with dark thoughts has inspired the organization's mission to promote awareness and education on the reality of dark thoughts and their negative effects (such as mental health struggles and suicidal/self-harm tendencies) in young people worldwide and empower them to transform their lives through constant peer support and life-saving resources.
We encourage all volunteers to be proactive in spreading awareness. Share our mental health survey with five people you know and join our Discord server to provide free 24/7 peer support.

Join us at Finesse Our Minds and help us create a world where mental health support is accessible and stigma-free. Together, we can make a lasting impact.

Note: Please be aware that some of our roles may involve sensitive topics. We provide support to all individuals without discrimination and expect the same from our volunteers.

Ready to make a difference? Apply now [ https://forms.gle/pyu8vwd57CUFDHnh9 ] and start your journey with us today!


Children & Youth
Crisis Support
Children & Youth, Community, Crisis Support


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Reading / Writing
  • Copy Writing / Copy Editing
  • Critical Thinking
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building
  • Verbal / Written Communication


  • Group


  • Must be at least 14
  • Orientation or Training
  • At least 5 hours weekly for a period of 6 months.

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