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Nonprofit Remote Digest - Issue #430
In the aftermath of a disaster, fuel is a crucial, life-saving resource that enables first responders and aid workers to undertake search and rescue operations, provide emergency medical services and shelter, deliver food and water, heat camps, power equipment and ensure light source.
Fuel Relief Fund has partnered with the United Nations World Food Programme to provide essential fuel supply chain management support...
Fuel Relief Fund is the world’s only nonprofit organization focused exclusively on fuel provision in natural disasters and complex emergencies. Leveraging our fuel industry and humanitarian sector expertise, FRF manages emergency fuel supply chain in the direst of circumstances. We operate both as a first responder in the immediate aftermath of a disaster and as an expert advisor to governments and humanitarian aid agencies preparing for, or responding to, crisis-related fuel challenges.
FRF is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic grant writer to support our fundraising efforts. This would be a temporary, short-term contract (6-8 weeks) at first with the potential for longer-term employment should the initial contract prove successful. Given the current situation, this job will be conducted entirely remotely with regular video/phone calls.
Responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:
Researching and identifying prospective funding opportunities and sources; analyzing funding reference tools such as annual reports, foundation directories, and IRS 990’s; and following up on leads
Initiating relationships with new prospective funders/grant-making institutions and reaching out with questions/for additional information
Creating and maintaining a database and calendar of relevant foundations, corporations and government funding sources as well as solicitations (deadlines, requirements, etc.)
Assisting in the creation, collection and organization of documents for an FRF grant application package template and maintaining digital and hardcopy materials
Developing proposal and other request concepts and drafting inquiries, letters and proposals for funding
Candidates should have a minimum of 3 years of grant research and writing experience as well as experience in nonprofit fundraising
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to clearly articulate FRF's mission and objectives is essential
Some ability to develop and monitor budgets is preferred
Must be self-directed and organized and able to work independently with minimal oversight
Knowledge of, or experience with, humanitarian or emergency management organizations is a plus
We are looking for someone with a proven track record of success in obtaining grants and achieving financial goals. Please reference these achievements in your cv/cover letter package!
How to Apply
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Sarah Kruger at email@example.com.