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Grant Researcher

Fund Development

KidSport Kitchener Waterloo Chapter

   About the Position

Impact Statement
Help kids get off the sidelines and into the game! KidSport KW is a committee of the KW Sports Council (a not-for-profit organization) that provides grants to low income children and youth so they can participate in their favourite local sport or dance activities.

Whether its basketball, soccer, gymnastics or ballet, when kids want to get involved in organized, instructional or competitive sports or dance, KidSport KW will make it happen – So ALL Kids Can Play!

The Grant Researcher is a key position and is responsible for identifying, researching, and applying for fundraising grants that KidSport is eligible to receive. The estimated time commitment is 1 to 2 hours per week. This position reports directly to the Management Committee and the Revenue Generation Coordinator. This role can be done remotely and the hours are flexible.

Position Qualifications

Ideal for: An Individual
Age: 18+

Training / Work Condtions

Training Details: The appropriate members of the KidSport KW Chapter will help familiarize the Grant Researcher with the organization and the role.
Working Conditions: work from home using personal computer and telephone. The Kidsport Chapter does not have a physical office. A KidSport email address will be provided for communicating with this role

Time Commitment

Duration: 1 year or more
1-2 hours per week.

Other Information
Area(s) of Interest: Children/Youth, Fund Development, Recreation/Sports
Skill(s): Written Communication, Verbal Communication, Fund Development, Computer Skills, Self-Motivation
Transportation: NONE Needed

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65 Hanson Avenue Kitchener, N2C 2H6

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