Fundraising Specialist

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Description

Free Drink Cards are the next generation in fund raising. We provide complete cash management and product fulfillment for the organization, allowing them to raise funds with minimal volunteer hours needed for program management. We manage all renewals, providing the organization with a recurring stream of income year after year from a single sale. We seek a few select interns to enroll nonprofit groups in our fundraising program, and to assist them in maximizing their donations/sales through creative promotions on social media and live events.

Marketers get paid based on cards sold by the nonprofit groups they enroll. This stream of income continues for as long as your groups continues to sell or renew cards, potentially providing income while you continue your education or even after joining the workforce in your chosen field.

For more information, go to http://MyFreeDrinkCard.com

Responsibilities

Seek out nonprofit organizations and introduce our concept and trademarked product to them. Answer questions and follow up for a decision. Mentor and coach participating groups in how to market the Free Drink Card to their supporters and in how to get their supporters to help sell even more cards via social media.. Seek out referrals to other nonprofit groups, and repeat the process.

Requirements

Must be well organized, have good phone and written communication skills, and be fearless about talking with strangers. Independent research skills are a must. Should have a strong understanding of social media. An existing network of contacts in the nonprofit or youth athletic community is plus. Prior experience at "hunter-type" sales will provide most of the skills needed, but we will train motivated hard-working students. Ability and discipline to self-manage your time towards long-term goals is essential.

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