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Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care
30 Winter Street, 2nd Floor
Posted: September 13 2016
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DescriptionCancer affects an entire family, not just the patient. Meeting families' overwhelming needs for accommodations, understanding, support and hope along with providing the opportunity for them to share time and experiences together embody the essence of The Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care.
The Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care was launched in 1995 by the Neely family after the passing of their parents Marlene and Michael Neely from cancer. This experience created the inspiration to help others living with cancer. With the dream of honoring their beloved parents and the hope of helping others, The Cam Neely Foundation was created to help cancer patients and their families during treatments. As millions of Americans will be diagnosed this year with some form of cancer, an understandable sense of urgency propels the Foundation's mission.
Located in Boston, Massachusetts, The Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care is a support driven 501(c)3 non-profit organization who, through initiatives and programs sustained by donations, provide comfort, support and hope to cancer patients and their families.
Since its inception, the Foundation has raised nearly $30 million net from donations of all sizes, impacted thousands of families and continue to dedicate ourselves to designing, funding, and completing projects with immediate and tangible results.
Responsibilities1. Supports the general administrative duties of a non-profit office.
a. Social media management including, but not limited to, developing new ideas to engage followers as well as maintaining sites.
b. Photocopying and file management.
c. Processes incoming mail including sorting, copying and distributing.
d. Assisting with administrative and clerical work assigned by management.
e. Answering phones.
f. Ordering and organizing supplies.
g. Donor and sponsor research and outreach.
2. Accomplishes development responsibilities.
a. Donor and sponsor research and outreach.
b. Entering donations into Abila Fundraising 50 and preparing thank you letters.
3. Assists with major events as needed.
a. Outreach to secure items for auctions and raffles.
b. Provides support to Director and Coordinator for major events including the 22nd Annual Comics Come Home and the grand opening of The Neely House.
Requirements1. Must have good organizational skills to keep on top of tasks in a fast-paced environment.
2. Needs to be able to prioritize.
3. Must understand importance of confidentiality for all donor, sponsor, contact and employee information.
4. Familiarity with Microsoft Office including Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook.
5. Excellent communication skills and a commitment to work in a team environment; must be able to interact with the public in a professional manor.
6. Flexibility to shift attention on a moment’s notice to a new request and gain clarity about its priority in relationship to the entire workload.
7. The internship is unpaid and therefore students are required to receive college credit for the internship.