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**About Us:**
The Wright Cause Urban Youth Conservation (TWCUYC) is a charitable organization established in 2022 committed to empowering underserved youth and building a future where every young person has access to the support and resources they need to realize their full potential.

**Role Description:**
As a Grant Writer at TWCUYC, you will be a vital part of our team, responsible for securing funding through grant applications. Your ability to craft compelling proposals will directly impact our ability to provide essential services to underserved youth. This role is crucial in supporting and expanding our programs.

**Key Responsibilities:**
- Research grant opportunities from various foundations, government agencies, and organizations.
- Write, edit, and submit grant proposals, ensuring they align with the requirements and goals of potential funders.
- Collaborate with TWCUYC program managers to gather information and data for grant applications.
- Develop budgets and financial information as required by grant applications.
- Maintain a calendar of grant deadlines and ensure timely submissions.
- Monitor the progress of grant applications and communicate with funders as needed.
- Track and report on the status and outcomes of submitted grant applications.
- Stay informed about current trends and best practices in grant writing.
- Assist in developing grant-related materials, such as reports and progress updates.
- Ensure compliance with grant reporting and documentation requirements.

**Qualifications and Qualities:**
- Exceptional writing and editing skills.
- Research abilities to identify relevant grant opportunities.
- Strong organizational and project management skills.
- Attention to detail in crafting accurate and persuasive proposals.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Familiarity with nonprofit and grant management best practices.
- Knowledge of budget development and financial reporting.
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
- Passion for our mission and values.

**Benefits to You:**
- Gain experience in grant writing and nonprofit development.
- Contribute to a meaningful cause that empowers youth and fosters personal growth.
- Develop skills in research, proposal writing, and project management.
- Work with a dedicated team of volunteers and staff.
- Make a lasting impact on the community and the lives of underserved youth.
- Recognition for your role in securing vital funding for TWCUYC's mission.

**What You Can Expect:**
- Access to resources and support to excel in your role.
- Collaboration with a dedicated team to achieve our mission.
- Opportunities to network with other professionals in the nonprofit sector.
- A fulfilling and rewarding experience helping underserved youth by securing necessary funding.

**Time Commitment:**
This is a flexible volunteer position. Depending on the grant application deadlines and availability, you can expect to dedicate an estimated 10-20 hours per month.

Join us as a Grant Writer at TWCUYC and play a critical role in securing the funding necessary to empower underserved youth and create a positive impact in the community. Your grant writing skills will be invaluable in helping us achieve our mission.


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539 W COMMERCE ST STE 2241, DALLAS, TX 75208, US

Mission Statement

The Wright Cause Urban Youth Conservation is driven by empowering underserved, under-resourced, and opportunity youth. We are committed to providing comprehensive programming and support services that cater to youth's unique needs, aspirations, and challenges. Our mission is to nurture resilience, inspire personal growth, and cultivate a future where every young individual has the tools, opportunities, and support to realize their full potential.


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Children & Youth
Children & Youth, Community, LGBTQ+


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  • People 55+


  • This is a flexible volunteer position. Depending on the grant application deadlines and availability, you can expect to dedicate an estimated 10-20 hours per month.

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