Development and Fundraising Coordinator VISTA


About the organization

ThrivAlaska works to eliminate poverty by serving as an early childhood services hub to over 2,000 children, families, and child care providers in order to build a stronger community, starting with the youngest citizens. The VISTA will leverage resources to increase the financial sustainability of ThrivAlaska.


The VISTA will develop sustainable systems for ThrivAlaska’s anti-poverty programs. Activities will include: 1. Develop an annual fundraising calendar schedule of events 2. Develop an annual marketing calendar of events 3. Help organize and conduct fundraising activities 4. Assist with grant writing to build financial capacity for anti-poverty programs 5. Help recruit volunteers to boost volunteer pool 6. Development of marketing materials and outreach events to reach people experiencing poverty 7. Design marketing initiatives for ThrivAlaska’s anti-poverty programs 8. Create website and social media content that markets ThrivAlaska’s anti-poverty programs 9. Engage local media to inform the public about ThrivAlaska’s anti-poverty programs 10. Promote outreach events through marketing material distribution, speaking engagements, radio/television/newspaper interviews and advertisements as appropriate


Education: some college

Minimum age: 18

Ability to integrate into the Fairbanks community and excitement to fight poverty through local nonprofit work!



Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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