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Kindah Foundation, Inc.
Posted: December 02 2014
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DescriptionKINDAH™ FOUNDATION, INC., IS A 501(C)(3) GLOBAL NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION AND COMMUNITY LEADER IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN AND GIRLS. WE ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT BREAKING EDUCATIONAL BARRIERS, AND ERADICATING CERVICAL AND OVARIAN CANCER, THROUGH EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH, AWARENESS, MENTORSHIP, HOLISTIC WELLNESS LIVING, SURVIVOR HEALING SUPPORT, AND ADVOCACY RESOURCE SERVICES. WE’RE A GLOBAL COMMUNITY THAT BELIEVES EVERY GIRL NO MATTER WHERE SHE RESIDE DESERVES ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION. IT IS OUR MISSION TO INSPIRE HOPE AND EMPOWER CHANGE. WE FIND OUR TRIBES AND BUILD COMMUNITIES OF ABUNDANCE BY CONNECTING LOCALLY TO BUILD GLOBALLY.
Fundraising Team Lead Intern are responsible for an organization's fundraising volunteer and for delivering their fundraising program. This could include developing corporate partnerships, coordinating direct mail campaigns, organizing fundraising events and appeals, and sourcing grant income from trusts, foundations and other statutory bodies.
Researching and approaching trusts, government agencies and other bodies that could potentially make grants to the organization
Writing and presenting proposals.
Managing the grant application process and ensuring that reporting is tracked and meets donors' expectations
Developing relationships with major donors, identifying new potential major donors and nurturing relationships
Attending relevant fundraising forums such as Fundraising online conference for those not local, conference in our office and other relevant bodies.
Management and financial tasks:
Preparing annual income and expenditure fundraising budgets for approval
Recording, monitoring and reporting financial progress
Administrative duties: updating databases, preparing reports, monitoring income and expenditure.
Recruiting and managing volunteers for a fundraising project.
Marketing and PR tasks:
Communicating with the public: online, via the media, through direct mail etc.
Liaising with copywriter, printer etc to produce fundraising promotional material.
RequirementsSkills and qualities
Communication skills: writing dynamic funding proposals and inspiring people to commit to the cause in question.
Interpersonal skills: you will be constantly interacting with people, persuading them of the value of your organisation.
Research skills and attention to detail: sourcing information and statistics, researching trends, assessing costs.
Creativity: idea generation is important as charities try to ‘piggy back’ on what the public has an interest in.
Resilience and flexibility: fundraising can be a tough job.