Emily’s Power for a Cure was developed in 2006 with the goal of raising funds and awareness to fight Neuroblastoma, while helping families who are actively fighting this disease. EPFAC is now recruiting an energetic part-time Volunteer and Event Coordinator to coordinate our fundraising efforts for the Foundation.
Essential Duties include:
- Maintain a database of current volunteers and recruit additional volunteers
- Plan and facilitate meetings for volunteers and coordinate volunteer activity.
- Respond to questions and calls concerning volunteer opportunities with EPFAC
- Represent EPFAC and promote programs through outreach activities and networking
- Assists in preparing for volunteer committee meetings as needed.
- Importing all new donations and donor information.
- Generating thank you letters in a timely manner.
- Preparing mailing lists for annual and special or targeted mailing appeals.
- Assist Board in researching prospective donors and setting appointments to meet prospective donors.
- Facilitate meetings with community groups to discuss possible activities and sponsoring for EPFAC
- Assist in planning and implementing the Pink Bandana Ball, the signature fundraising event for the Foundation
- Coordinates event collateral, including programs, invitations, event newsletter, etc.
- Creates and maintains documents, including mailing lists, for correspondence, reports, notices, agendas, newsletters, etc.
- Calls prospective event attendees and encourages attendance.
- Enters event/donor/fundraiser data and generates event/donor/fundraiser reports.
- Supports auction item procurement, collection, and tracking.
- Calls and solicits prospective event sponsors and auction item donors.
- Performs reconciliation of event sponsorships, ads and individual sales.
- Conduct media interviews with local TV and radio stations when necessary Makes presentations to small groups of current or prospective event attendees and sponsors
- Coordinates annual participation in the Music City Marathon through Pink it to the Limit!
- Coordinates other special activities or projects including Cartwheels for a Cure
- Two years of related work experience, including volunteer coordination and event planning
- Strong organization and coordination skills
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work independently
- Good decision making skills
- Knowledge of community
- Strong presentation skills
- Knowledge and proficiency in using computer applications, including standard Windows applications.
- Valid driver’s license and vehicle required
- Ability to work 15-20 hours per week; some weekends and evenings included
Interested candidates should send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline- July 31.2012