Heart of Compassion 501(c)(3) provides many services as part of its mission to demonstrating love-both spiritually and physically-through the distribution of life essentials for the total person. We distribute to 100 organizations such as food banks, shelters, veterans, seniors, city and school programs throughout the Southern California area. We do this by providing fresh fruits, vegetables and other nutritional foods, also when available furniture and clothing to the less fortunate. In 2011-2012 Heart of Compassion 501(c)(3) provided $33.3 million dollars of food and merchandise all at no cost.
Vision : The Nonprofit Development Volunteer will help the team create a strategic marketing and branding plan, plan for development of the social enterprise, business analysis and fundraising ventures. Implementation of these plans will also be conducted. This is a chance for a student or postgraduate to enhance their professional portfolio to show strategic consulting and development experience in the nonprofit sector.
Applicants will receive a letter of recommendation and portfolio for the work they contribute during their volunteering.
Role and Responsibilities
• Creating procedures and job descriptions for programming
• Organizational development for the social enterprise
• Project management
• Public Relations – Book interviews, get press releases and media coverage
• Creating a Marketing and Branding Plan
• Implementing a strong following and social media presence that displays our Brand.
• Organize fundraising events and programming
• Look for beneficial partnerships with other companies, people, and products/services
• Evaluate in-flow of funding and create illustrative presentations for solutions to increase
• Continue to innovate the systems to be more efficient and less reliant on human interaction and error
Application must have the following items to be considered as a applicant:
• Persuasive Cover Letter as to why we should hire you and your interest to fight hunger, feed hope and empower the urban poor.
3 Professional References
Tags: hunger, poverty, education, at-risk youth, mentoring