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Board Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation dedicated to providing skateboards & safety equipment to organizations that work with underprivileged and/or at-risk children and to organizations that work with special needs children.
The donations we make to organizations are made possible because of support from our generous partners, and monetary donations from individuals and corporations.
At its core, skateboarding is about getting outside, getting some exercise and having fun, but it can also teach kids many skills that can be applied in day-to-day life:
- Build self-confidence
- Adapt to a variety of environments
- Interact with others in a positive manner
- Learn to focus which can help in their academics
- Demonstrate that hard work and dedication create results
- Reap health benefits of outdoor physical activity
Board Rescue, a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization, Palo Alto, CA
Now entering our seventh exciting year, Board Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation dedicated to providing skateboards and safety equipment to organizations that work with underprivileged, at-risk and special needs youth who benefit from participating in a fun, safe outdoor sport that builds self-confidence, fosters friendly interaction with others and enhances focus on academics. In order to fulfill our mission, we rely on monetary contributions from generous corporations and individuals. Some new equipment is donated with the rest purchased from the monetary contributions we receive from generous donors. We review applicant organizations, select and make offers to donate to those organizations operating and located within the United States. Youth all over the country enjoy the benefits of skateboarding. We seek the right exciting individual who loves and understands our mission and desires to gain quality experience and potential future references in a non-paid grant writing position available immediately. An understanding and passion for the sport of skateboarding and/or deep desire to help youth is a plus. Ideal candidate would be located in the SF Bay Area.
Position Summary: Self-motivated professional writer able to dedicate two to four hours per week on managing all aspects of our grant program including grant writing development and delivery, research and communications support.
- Draft, edit, research, proofread grant communications including letters of interest, proposals, reports
- Work with program and finance staff to collect information prior to submission of proposals and reports
- Track current grantors to assure compliance with reporting requirements, reporting deadlines, priority updates, etc.
- Incorporate regular research for ongoing and future funding opportunities into weekly and monthly work plans
- Maintain relationships with funders and prospective funders
- Assist in coordinating meetings and site visits with funders
- Update database and tracking systems with pertinent information, correspondence and documents related to funders and prospects
- Assist in writing program collateral such as brochures, annual reports, newsletters and fundraising appeals
- 4-year college degree or enrolled in a university program
- Excellent communication skills, oral and written
- A minimum of 1-3 years of prior grant writing experience
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Participate in corporate-sponsored volunteer events
About Board Rescue:
Board Rescue is a 501(c)(3) public benefit, non-profit corporation dedicated to providing skateboards & safety equipment to organizations that work underprivileged and/or at-risk children and to organizations that work with special needs children.
How to Apply:
Please send resume and cover letter to Erik Takaoka - firstname.lastname@example.org
Please reference Grant Writer, first and last name in the subject line.
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