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Volunteer Grant Writer and Administrator

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  • 9 people are interested


The Volunteer Grant Writer and Administrator will work remotely as part of a friendly and easygoing team, performing a variety of tasks to write and submit letters and grant applications to raise funds for Tali’s Fund. This position will help us to provide direct support for families affected by childhood brain cancer and to support advancements in childhood brain cancer treatment.

* Participate in online team meetings
* Identify and screen grant funding opportunities
* Write and submit letters and grant applications
* Follow up with funding agencies and organizations and coordinate communication with the team as needed

● Some experience with grant writing and administration
● Communicate professionally and in a friendly manner
● Be motivated, dependable and flexible
● Be self-directed, willing to take initiative, and detail-oriented
● Be organized and able to balance multiple competing priorities and deadlines
● Computer skills
● Be willing to learn community service, grant writing strategizing/fundraising/marketing, networking, new programs, and charity fundraising platforms

This opportunity offers valuable experience in the following areas: funding applications through letters and grant writing, reporting, marketing, and community outreach service. The Volunteer Grant Writer and Administrator will gain valuable knowledge and skills in screening agencies and guidelines, laying out cases, crafting and submitting proposals to secure grants, working with a team, networking and relationship building, non-profit organizations, community outreach, and computer tasks (e.g., email, grant writing software and programs, etc.) and management.

Time Commitment:
4 to 8 hours per week with flexibility. Hours needed may vary depending on application deadlines.

Contact Information
Kim Doron
Tel. (416) 254-0131
Email: kim@talisfund.org

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About Tali's Fund


PMB #410, 10-8707 Dufferin Street, Thornhill, Ontario L4J 0A2, CA

Mission Statement

Supporting research targeting safe, effective treatments for children with rare brain cancers and assisting affected families. Collaborating globally to promote awareness of research, resources, and treatments related to childhood brain cancers.


Tali’s Fund was established in loving memory of Tal Esther Doron, who died at age 4 after a brave struggle with ATRT, a rare and aggressive brain tumour. Tali touched the lives of so many in her 4 short years, and she continues to be a source of inspiration. Brain tumours are the 2nd most common type of cancer in children, and the leading cause of cancer related death in children and youth under age 20. Rare cancers contribute disproportionately to childhood cancer related death and disability, with high death rates and high risk of toxic treatment effects. Tali’s Fund supports researchers who are working to move us closer to the day when children suffering from rare brain cancers can receive safe and effective treatments. Studying rare brain tumours can also provide valuable insights for more common types of childhood brain tumours as well as other cancers in both children and adults. Since 2008, Tali’s Fund has facilitated great strides. Funds have been directed to a research team at SickKids hospital in Toronto, mobilizing the largest global collaborative study of ATRTs involving over 40 countries, which is currently ongoing. Tali’s Fund also helps support an international online registry for rare brain tumours, & collaborates with other organizations to promote awareness of resources related to childhood brain cancers. While our work was inspired by devastating circumstances, it is our mission to help ensure that fewer families will have to live through such trauma.


Children & Youth
Crisis Support
Health & Medicine
Children & Youth, Crisis Support, Health & Medicine


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Public Relations
  • Customer Acquisition
  • Administrative Support
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach




  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • 4 to 8 hours per week with flexibility. Hours needed may vary depending on application deadlines.

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