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Grant Writer
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The students of today, including the marginalized, under-served and underprivileged will be the workforce and leaders of tomorrow. ReDefiners World Languages has made it our mission to develop this next generation of global citizens. Our mission is clear however, we need you to help identify and apply for the funds to support our endeavors. Help us create a future that your children and grandchildren can thrive in, with mutual respect, empathy, and inter-cultural understanding. While we are passionate, equipped and ready to serve, the reality is it takes funds to operate - to purchase necessary supplies and resources, compensate staff with livable wages and keep the lights on... We owe it to humanity to leave this world better than when we entered it. We invest in educational initiatives that build proficiency in more than one language, promote awareness of the inter-connectivity of society and inspire action. Will you? We invite you to bring your passion, skills and experience to our team as a long-term volunteer. Your help will make a lasting impact on the lives of the people we serve, the people we employ and the people they encounter in their everyday lives. Below, you will find a list of responsibilities that we have identified as necessary in this role: Responsibilities: • Research qualitative and quantitative data to support program initiatives • Research relevant funding opportunities • Write grant applications to support ongoing and proposed programs You will make a major impact through a growing organization; YOU matter to us. To apply, see: https://www.redefinerswl.org/volunteer-registration
Raising the Roof on Ho'omana: Roof Repair Fundraising
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United States
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We are in the process of trying to reopen our store after severe flooding March 2020. We just put down a deposit to get our electrical panel repaired and are now working to raise funds to get our roof repaired so all of our new electrical isn't damaged from rains. We do have a contractors estimate for complete repairs of our building, but hope to at least get enough to get the roof done. We are hoping to get open by 10/31/2020 to be able to start generating revenue to re open our programs by 2021. We could use some help fundraising for this, OR,...if you know a roofer willing to help us out, that would be Amazing! Once we get our electrical power fixed, we'll also be looking for help cleaning, painting and getting donations organized - I'll post under another project for that. mahalo
Law Fellow (Remote)
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United States
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Law Fellows will primarily support Accountability Counsel’s collaboration with communities around the world in filing complaints and the development of resource materials for communities and advocates. Law Fellows will work on legal research assignments and fact memos, and may participate in meetings with community members, international institutions, and NGO colleagues as opportunities arise. Applicants are requested to have relevant work experience and/or an academic background in at least some of the areas in which we work: international law; development and economics; public policy; and environmental and human rights. Applicants are required to have excellent communication, research, writing, and critical thinking skills. Positions are unpaid, but we will be happy to work with your institution to arrange academic credit (please disregard listed pricing of $10). We accept applications from current law students and recent law graduates (within one year of graduation). Please note that law student applicants are expected to have finished at least their 1L year. Please apply externally through our website here https://www.accountabilitycounsel.org/work-with-us/student-opportunities/sf-law-fellow/
CASA Advocate
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United States
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During this coronavirus pandemic, children and youth are more at risk of abuse and neglect due to the increased isolation and pressures on families. Experts predict an increase in children entering foster care, particularly once youth start to return to the classroom. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children notes an increase from 2 million to 4.2 million reports of online exploitation from March to April 2020, and there has been a rise in the number of minors contacting the National Sexual Assault Hotline to report abuse. San Francisco will need to be ready to support these youth entering foster care, and San Francisco CASA is recruiting volunteers to help. San Francisco Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) transforms the lives of abused and neglected foster youth by providing one consistent, caring volunteer advocate, trained to address each child’s needs in the court and the community. For a child who has experienced trauma and instability, you can be that one consistent and caring adult, who advocates for their needs, and champions their rights in court. Becoming a CASA is likely to be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life, full of surprises, challenges, and self-discovery. Stand up for foster youth and serve a youth one-on-one! Sign up for an upcoming virtual info session to learn more about our program: https://www.sfcasa.org/volunteer *Please note that you must be in the Bay Area to participate as you are required to attend court hearings.
Volunteering ::: Registering EU
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We are looking to register our non profit in the US and need help doing all the paper work and registration there. This volunteering job includes: 1. Identifying requirements to register (documents and accepted equivalents for our jurisdiction) ***Minimum number of members, which state is preferable to register thinking of location and potential donations, other relevant info. 2. Identifying costs and duration 3. Identifying tax requirements to register before the Tax Authority 4. Identifying tax obligations 5. Providing us with the information on these matters: i. Do we have to register federally? What would that entail (documents, cost, etc.? ii. What are the declarations? annually only? fees? iii. Would be need to register our name there? What would it entail to register our name in English? iv. Would we get a similar status such as 501(c)(3) exempt organizations status? Fundraising Requirements? Federal and State? v. Are there Registered agents that provide probono work for nonprofits at least the first year? List of registered agents with good reference that costs 100-300 annually? vi. Any other relevant information *We are looking for *setting up shop* in the US and we need to get organized. Your job will help amazingly. The second stage, after the incorporation, is to research employment requirements for EU citizens and non us citizens (remote work). We want to have one person present to receive and coordinate donations and/or create a self service system. You can work on this research as well. >>Non paid position
Volunteering ::: Registering in the US
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Dominican Republic
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We are looking to register our non profit in the US and need help doing all the paper work and registration there. This volunteering job includes: 1. Identifying requirements to register (documents and accepted equivalents for our jurisdiction) ***Minimum number of members, which state is preferable to register thinking of location and potential donations, other relevant info. 2. Identifying costs and duration 3. Identifying tax requirements to register before the IRS 4. Identifying tax obligations 5. Providing us with the information on these matters: i. Do we have to register federally? What would that entail (documents, cost, etc.? ii. What are the declarations? annually only? fees? iii. Would be need to register our name there? What would it entail to register our name in English? iv. Would we get the 501(c)(3) exempt organizations status? Fundraising Requirements? Federal and State? v. Are there Registered agents that provide probono work for nonprofits at least the first year? List of registered agents with good reference that costs 100-300 annually? vi. Any other relevant information *We are looking for *setting up shop* in the US and we need to get organized. Your job will help amazingly. The second stage, after the incorporation, is to research employment requirements for US citizens and non us citizens (remote work). We want to have one person present to receive and coordinate donations and/or create a self service system. You can work on this research as well. >>Non paid position
Professional Financial Review / Audit
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United States
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The Fenwick Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity, is seeking the volunteer services of a qualified professional CPA to perform a Financial Review/Financial Audit of its Financial Statements. Individual must be qualified / licensed to perform financial audits in the Commonwealth of Virginia. We are a small non-profit organization, but as we expand our service area, several states where we are considering performing services ask for professionally compiled or reviewed financial statements. We do not have the in-house talent to perform these professional reviews
Think Dignity Board Member - Operations and Finance Committee
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Think Dignity is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire, empower, and organize the community to advance basic dignity for those living on the streets. We embrace a vision in which dignity is a human right, everyone is valued, and each has a safe place to lay her head. Since 2006, Think Dignity has led social justice campaigns and provided cutting-edge services such as a transitional storage center, youth legal representation, 24/7 bathrooms, and mobile showers. Think Dignity is now recruiting members for its Board of Directors (“Board”) and Board committees to support the organization as it grows and adapts to meet the challenges of COVID-19. Our board is deeply passionate about Think Dignity’s mission and vision. In addition to standard governance roles and responsibilities, board members serve as community leaders and actively fundraise and network to advance basic dignity. Serving on the Board is an excellent opportunity for community leaders, activists, seasoned professionals, budding entrepreneurs, and anyone else looking to make a read and lasting impact on the lives of others. Board membership is a rewarding experience, which allows you to give back to the community, showcase your leadership skills, and network with others passionate about our city and its diverse communities. Position Title: Think Dignity Board Member - Operations & Finance Committee Description Think Dignity’s Operations & Finance Committee supports the organization in the areas of finance, accounting, human resources, and information technology. Duties Committee membership is a one-year term with the option to renew. A committee position is an excellent way to volunteer and decide whether a Board position is a good fit. The Committee meets bi-monthly (by phone or zoom for foreseeable future) and is responsible for: - Finance and Accounting - IT and HR - Internal Controls - Governance and Compliance - Financial Statements - Develops Procedures for Administrative Management Think Dignity is an Equal-Opportunity Employer Think Dignity supports the principle that all persons are entitled to equal opportunity and does not discriminate on any basis prohibited by law. Think Dignity is committed to identifying and implementing positive, aggressive, and persistent measures to assure equal opportunity in the recruitment, hiring, and promotion of staff in light of ongoing economic injustices suffered by many people because of their sex, race, color, religion, pregnancy, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Think Dignity is a federal 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and California public benefit corporation.
he NAMI Greater Boston Peer Support and Advocacy Network (PSAN): seeks a public policy associate
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United States
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www.namiboston.org/people-living-mental-illness/ is a peer-run organization helping people advance in their recovery from mental health and/or addictions. The public policy associate will help PSAN advocate for policies and laws which improve the quality of life for people with mental health and/or addictions. The associate will be be helping to organize existing advocates and recruit new advocates and teaching them how to do individual and systemic advocacy. We are always happy to talk to people about NAMI, the nation's largest grassroot advocacy organization. The associate will also analyze state and Federal legislation and report back to our staff and members. We will participate in various lobby days at the State House, preparing people to meet with legislators and in emailing, calling or writing public officials. We also will be partnering with allied organizations. You will be working closely with co-founder Howard D. Trachtman, BS, CPS, CPRP, COAPS a nationally recognized mental health advocate. NAMI PSAN also helps staff the Hope Center www.hoperlc.org and is a partner of the Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community www.metrobostonrlc.org Some work can be done outside of the office. To apply or if you have any questions, please contact Howard D. Trachtman, BS, CPS, CPRP, COAPS co-founder and President Emeritus. Email hdt@namigbcan.org home/office (781) 642-0368
Volunteer CFO for Non-profit News Outlet
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United States
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The Commoner is a non-profit, non-partisan news outlet dedicated to reflecting the opinions and concerns of the common people. The Commoner discusses political, economic, and social issues in a respectful and open-minded manner. We cover local, national, and international news. We produce conventional reporting as well as opinion pieces, discussion pieces, and educational resources for teachers and scholars. CFO RESPONSIBILITIES The CFO will volunteer up to 6 hours each week (flexible schedule) to help develop and execute Commoner's financial management strategy and contributes to the achievement of the organization's mission and sustainability. CFO has direct responsibility for accounting, finance, forecasting, strategic planning, contract negotiation, and fundraising. You would be expected to develop an operating budget for the growing news outlet. CFO would oversee the management and coordination of all fiscal reporting activities for the organization including organizational revenue/expense and balance sheet reports, reports to funding agencies, development and monitoring of corporate and contract/grant budgets. Remain current on changes within the legal, regulatory, economic, and technology environments, which may affect the financial and administrative operations of the organization. Interprets implications of changes in local, state, and federal regulations and legislation as they apply to areas of responsibility. PREFERED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES IPO or DPO experience Not-for-profit accounting per the U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, OMB Circulars A-133, A-110 and A-122, TANF program regulations and compliance requirements, and appropriate Code of Federal Regulations sections. General office software, particularly the G Suite Ability to: Foster and cultivate business opportunities and partnerships. Create and assess financial statements and budget documents. Recognize and be responsive to the needs of all clients of the organization, including funding organizations, the Board of Directors, local community advocates, participants, and employers. Supervise staff, including regular progress reviews and improvement plans. Communicate effectively in both written and verbal form.
ONG mission humanitaire
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Besoin d'un local avec équipements administratif et moyens roulants pour nos missions humanitaires.
Legal Program Coordinator
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United States
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Black Connect’s Small Business Legal Services Program ("SBLS") is a volunteer program that will serve the needs of the Black business community by providing access to free or low cost legal services. Services through SBLS will be available to individuals who hold membership in Black Connect in the Small Business/Entrepreneur category and who own and operate a business that is located within the United States. Qualified members will be able to request legal assistance on many business-related matters. We are seeking an attorney, JD, or law student to help coordinate the program. Your role will involve: Performing outreach to bar associations and attorney networks to recruit attorney Responding to inquiries Reviewing intake forms Verifying attorney credentials Matching members with attorneys Maintaining communication with members and attorneys Keeping accurate records
Grant Writer, Grants, Fundraising
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United States
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If you have success writing grants, share our passion, and are interested in giving back, we would love to have you on our team. Former foster youth, formerly incarcerated women, returning veterans, homeless women, recovering addicts, domestic violence victims. These are the populations we serve with our financial literacy programs. Our program is in demand and we are currently a passionate group of volunteers. To expand the program we need to hire staff. For that we need more than we can raise from our donor base. If you are interested in applying, please complete the application found at the link below. https://www.volunteermark.com/5050-leadership
Grant Writer & Sponsorship Coordinator
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United States
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The volunteer Grant Writer & Sponsorship Coordinator is responsible for contributing to the development of Dance for All Bodies through researching grants, writing grant applications, and sending sponsorship inquiry letters to organizations. This position is for you if you are interested in writing grants, leading crowdfunding campaigns, budgeting, remains persistent in the face of obstacles, and believe that dance should be made accessible to all regardless of ability, race, or income. We encourage individuals with disabilities to apply for this position. Location: We accept applications from all around the world as this position is remote! Job Description The three main duties of the funding coordinator is to help DfAB expand its impact by: Finding new grant opportunities as well as corporations to sponsor DfAB. Brainstorming other creative areas for us to generate revenue. Collaborating with DfAB organizers in writing grant applications and sponsorship letters. Essential Functions Keep record of grant applications that DfAB is eligible for, make timelines for applications. Find new potential funding and sponsorship opportunities for DfAB. Write sponsorship inquiry letters, grant applications and follow up with companies. Oversee grant application process, assisting with application drafts and collaborating with other team members when applicable. Collaborate with DfAB organizers and team members when writing letters of inquiry for grant applications. Find new avenues and services for DfAB to generate revenue to support our dance class programming. Keep track of financial, state, and local financial legal requirements to make sure we comply with all legislation. Design and oversee crowdfunding campaigns; keep track of donors and build relationships with them. Key Competitions/Skills Previous experience working for an arts, disability advocacy non-profit or other grassroots organization is highly preferred. Experience working with different fundraising methods (crowdfunding, grant applications, online/offline fundraising campaigns, etc.) Ability to find or initiate creative funding opportunities and search for potential corporate sponsors. Superior time management skills, ability to multi-task projects and multiple calendars. Must be committed to DfAB’s mission to change the face of dance through accessible dance classes. Disciplined in working independently and remotely; not afraid to ask questions or admit when you don’t know something. Self-motivated and shows stamina in the face of obstacles. Collaborative mindset ; eager to be part of a team and contribute. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Economics or Finance preferred. Work Environment While most work will be done remotely, we will still have weekly video calls to check-in. Expected Hours of Work While there is room for flexibility in regards to hours, you will be expected to commit 6-7 hours/week. You might be expected to commit more than that during the weeks where we run crowdfunding campaigns or grant applications are due. If you plan to travel or take a break, let us know in advance and we will make sure to share your responsibilities amongst the rest of the team. Preferred Education and Experience At DfAB we believe that experience comes in many different forms. We want to prioritize those who demonstrate a strong commitment to our mission and are therefore willing to commit a great amount of time, thought, and effort into this cause. If you have previous experience in writing grants, sponsorship letters or budgeting that is great! Please share any work you’ve previously done (ie sponsorship programs, grant applications) that you feel supports your application to this position. To Apply Send your resume and cover letter to info@danceforallbodies.org with “Grant Writer & Sponsorship Coordinator” in the subject heading. Cover Letter Why does making dance accessible to people with disabilities matter to you? Do you have previous experience working individually or remotely? If yes, please share an example. Tell us about a time when you led a funding campaign, applied for a grant or led a unique and creative funding opportunity for a project. What were some of the obstacles? How did you address them?
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