Fundraising, Special Events, Social Media Associate

AFRMC | New York, NY, United States

Posted Date 1/11/2022

New York City based nonprofit seeks a part-time associate to help with all aspects of fundraising, development, special events (in person and virtual events), and social media and web site work. Graphic design and database experience are a plus. This is an in-person work position with a highly respected small, national nonprofit.


This position requires good computer and writing skills. It includes research on individuals and companies, as well as planning and executing a number of special fundraising events for 2022. Events include a golf outing for prostate cancer awareness in NY (and eventually also in South Florida), an August breast & ovarian cancer 5K run / walk in Central Park (and eventually a new similar event in Miami); and also major Fall 2022 NYC Gala. The associate will participate in all event planning aspects as well as daily nonprofit organization projects.


Part-time work dates are flexible, with starting dates immediately.  Position is for an NYC-based candidate. The attractive office space is located in SoHo in New York City. Its staff is small but the activity level is fast paced!



Associate will perform various development tasks such as outreach to work with individuals, companies and foundations. Interns will learn how to approach and help secure corporate and foundation sponsors, working on the preparation of event materials, selectively supporting aspects of event design (eg: proofing materials, pre-sale letters, program, etc.), connect with media and advertising agencies, write outreach letters, web articles,  email blasts, social media posts, and expand donor network outreach. In this role, the intern will gain general development and event planning experience.


The associate may make solicitation calls to corporations and donors to support the various events. They will also perform other duties as assigned, including database management and office function tasks. Special events fundraising experience is a plus.


Candidates must have excellent computer skills including experience in Microsoft Office, specifically Excel and Outlook. Must be email and internet savvy; social media skills a plus.


Skill set should include good interpersonal skills, ability to work independently, self-starter, writing and communication skills (on the phone and in person), detail-oriented and able to juggle multiple tasks simultaneously.


Please submit a resume, cover letter, two writing samples and work hours availability.

All resumes, cover letters, and additional documents should be sent to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

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Events Management | Fundraising/Grants/Giving | Social Media
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