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Wildlife Response, Inc. is a distinctive 501c3 volunteer organization devoted solely to the care of orphaned, injured, and displaced native wildlife. We are dedicated to increasing awareness of wildlife rehabilitation to the public. Our organization depends primarily upon the private donations for its programs and services.  

The Wildlife Response and Rehabilitation Center will be a centrally located facility where citizens, animal control officers and other agencies can drop off wildlife. In addition, the Center will provide a redistribution center for animals to be triaged, and then sent to permitted-based wildlife rehabilitators for care. The Center is expected to open in 2018.

Fund Development Volunteer

 

Location Hampton Roads, VA
Great For 55+, Groups (any size)
Date Ongoing
Description

The Fund Development Volunteer will be responsible for seeking new opportunities to promote Wildlife Response, Inc (WRI)to the greater community. Other duties will include administrative tasks, and assisting the Executive

Director and Board members as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Attend Fund Development Committee meetings
-Create written Fund Development Committee reports for -Board Meetings
-Assisting with recruiting and developing Fund -Development Committee members
-Encourage Board participation in Fund Development activities
-Coordinate Fund Development activities to achieve yearly goals
-Providing oversight of the Fund Development Plan and assisting in any needs to accomplish goals
-Creating, reviewing and updating Fund Development plan with Board approval
-Seeking new fund development opportunities and putting a process in place to take advantage of those opportunities
-Grant writing
-Assist Director of Fund Development and/or Board -Members and Executive Director as needed 

Skills

Fundraising: Volunteers should be creative, able to think "out of the box", and outgoing. Should have the ability to work independently and as part of a team. They should have good organization and time management skills and feel comfortable working with and communicating with diverse groups of people. Prior or current interest in fund development is helpful, but not required!

 

Training

Upcoming events

WRRC Volunteer Day
11-25-2017 9:00 am
Category:  Volunteer Events
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