Fundraising intern

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Naisa
 Virtual
Posted: March 21 2015
Company Location: Washington, DC
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

An educational non-profit organization, Naisa, seeks a Fundraising Intern who will assist Naisa's Fundraising Team responsible for developing and delivering on the overall philanthrophic strategy of the organization, develop and maintain a diverse fundraising portfolio, with funding streams including individuals, major gifts from corporations and trusts/foundations, and manage fundraising campaigns and events.

This is an opportunity in a quickly growing non-profit organization, providing responsibilities and valuable networking opportunities in a global setting. Our headquarters are located in downtown Washington, D.C. between the White House and the US Capitol, a thriving center for business, politics, and culture. We are looking for talented, self-motivated, and organized team-players, who are passionate about who we are and what we do.

Visit our website at www.naisaglobal.org and send your resume with a cover letter to info@naisaglobal.org

Start date: immediately
Location: Naisa headquarters or flexible (virtual)

Responsibilities

Fundraising Team is responsible for the following:
1. Developing strategies and setting goals to hit fundraising target
2. Finding people, organizations and corporations to donate money
3. Keeping in touch with existing donors and stakeholders
4. Budgeting incoming and outgoing money
5. Writing proposals that could attract money, including applications for grants
6. Preparing and giving presentations
7. Overseeing fundraising events and campaigns
8. Liaising with the rest of the team, in particular Directors of Marketing and Public Relation

Requirements

-The ideal candidate must have a Bachelor's degree
- Excellent interpersonal skills including ability to build relationships internally and externally
- High level personal contacts and connections with potential major and supporters (desirable)
-Excellent interpersonal skills
-Strong command of written and spoken English
- Budget forecasting and monitoring experience
-Relevant experience in fundraising and public affairs (desirable)

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