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You'll have a 30 minute call to discuss the scope and deliverables of the project directly with AllyU Organization NFP, and for them to confirm you're a good fit.



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AllyU Organization NFP
6 - 9 weeks
Can be done remotely
Highland Park, Illinois
Copy writing/editing
9 projects

Posted May 21
Member since 2018-02-09

Project Overview

We are seeking a grant writer to explore any opportunities that can move us into providing additional services. Knowledge in mental health grant writing is preferred. Successful experience in obtaining grants is a must.
We are a mental health nonprofit that provides services to people struggling with mental illness and life changes. During this time of crisis of COVID-19, our services we provide are critical. However, we have more to offer but lack the funds to deliver them to people. Your help in seeking grant opportunities can lessen the burden on our organization, yet benefit so many people in need. Please visit our website Free one year social level membership with code: GiftFromAllie to gain full perspective of our services.
Grants are new to us. Any guidance form an experienced writer would be greatly appreciated. We are a 501c3 providing mental health service to undeserved populations. We would love to chat with you if have the time to help us with this. Due to our lack of experience with grants, we need someone who has a long history and success of this type of work. We look forward to hearing from you.

Nonprofit Overview

Mission: AllyU promotes a safe resourceful online space for all individuals who wants to positively improve their mental health through support, education and volunteer.
In pursuit of our Mission, we strive to:
• Improve the community’s understanding of positive mental health and promote self-efficacy.
• Provide education and opportunities for individuals to identify and manage mental health and subsequently provide programs and an environment that supports recovery and improves resilience for these individuals.
• Encourage and support the duty of service through volunteering for the good of self, community and cause.
• Strengthen the outlet of the communities need for social resources.
Our Values
Our Values are the set of core beliefs that guide our actions and behavior.
• Strive to provide a safe and positive place to share, learn and support.
• Every person, regardless of their disability, race, ethnicity, gender, age, economic status, or sexual orientation, has the right and responsibilities to full potential in our community, the right to be treated with compassion, respect and dignity, free from stigma and prejudice. We value the dignity of those we serve and always treat them with respect and compassion
• Mental health is essential to personal well-being, and is fundamental to achieving a healthy, balanced, and productive life.
• Resources and education is essential to sustain and grow individually and collectively.
• The Golden Rule is our intent in all actions. Helping others is the way to help ourselves. Service to others is a duty and a privilege.


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