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Volunteer Fundraising Manager Needed

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LAXPaddle
Posting ID:
3816s1743
Location:
Los Angeles
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 fundraising   autism   volunteer 
Category:Nonprofit / Social Services
Listing Type:Job
Employment:Internship

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The Global Autism Project is seeking a Volunteer Fundraising Manager for its signature fundraising event, the Paddle for Autism Awareness, to coordinate site-specific event planning from now through August 24, 2010.

The Global Autism Project works with children with autism in developing countries. Every summer, in several cities across the country, children with autism kayak (many of them for the first time in their lives) with their friends and families!

This position is an exciting opportunity for motivated individual(s) to work with autistic children and to help make a difference in Los Angeles! This year’s events will take place in Boston, New York City, Chicago, San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Denver, Phoenix, Portland, OR and Seattle, WA.

Duties Include:

• Researching and locating local sponsors
• Recruiting key volunteers and solicitors for the event
• Contacting local vendors for auction donations
• Communicating consistently with city leader
• Assist City Leader in all fundraising activities

• Flexible hours – mostly work from home
• 5-7 hours per week

Qualified Candidates will:
• possess strong organizational and communication skills
• work well under pressure
• be able to multi-task
• enjoy working with people
• have fundraising experience (preferable)
• take initiative
• be a creative problem solver


To be considered for this position, please reply to this post.

About Our Project:
Founded in 2003, the Global Autism Project is a non-profit organization that works to bridge the global gap in the resources and understanding of autism. We address these needs by first establishing and utilizing any available resources and setting up partnerships to work with the local individuals currently providing services.

The fundamental belief that all children with Autism and their communities deserve effective resources guides our work, as well as the belief that education leads to understanding and acceptance of differences.

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