Social Impact Project for Fundraising Experteer to Support non-profit in Kenya


How This Works

In the MovingWorlds Institute Global Fellowship, you will learn how to advance your for-good career while getting hands on experience on projects like this one.

Project Description and Impact

As the staff of Flone Initiative, we normally joke that "we run on blood, food, and passion." We could use a little more money to improve and scale our award-winning interventions.

Flone’s current funding consists of donor funding, membership fees, and project-based grants from a handful of donors. This places the organization at risk due to limited financial stability. We have to rethink our fundraising strategy and use better grant management and donor relations tools. 

You can view a TED talk about our work here: https://www.ted.com/talks/naomi_mwaura_a_feminist_reimagining_of_kenya_s_public_transport

 

Learning Opportunity

By participating in the MovingWorlds Institute, you will first learn social impact frameworks and human-centered design before putting your existing skills and new knowledge to action.In addition, this organization will expose you to new things, like:

  • Get insight and hands-on experience on fundraising, grant management, partnerships and non-profit management;
  • Learn how to help a non-profit grow;
  • Work with a small, multi-cultural and passionate team.

Living Stipend

Depending on experteer availability: We offer a daily stipend of $26 or a monthly stipend of $800

Additional Benefits

Flone Initiative invites you to participate in providing and improving livelihoods and safe commuter spaces for Kenyan women and girls.

Virtual

This project accepts virtual experteers.

About the Hosting Organization

Flone Initiative is a Non-profit working on Non-Profit.

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