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Send the below info, and if interested, the nonprofit will select a time for a phone interview. You'll get a confirmation with everything you need to know.


You'll have a 30 minute call to discuss the scope and deliverables of the project directly with The Museum of Political Corruption, and for them to confirm you're a good fit.


Once accepted, you'll be able to get right to work. We will check in with you periodically to make sure you have everything you need.
The Museum of Political Corruption
6 - 9 weeks
Can be done remotely
Albany, New York
Grant writing/development
4 projects

Posted January 23
Member since 2016-08-26

Project Overview

The Museum of Political Corruption is a nonprofit organization committed to creating better government by educating and empowering the public. We are seeking the assistance of a grant writing/development volunteer to help us in our goal to fund an Executive Director position for our organization. The individual would work as part of a team to identify and apply for appropriate grants and other revenue sources.

Since it was chartered in 2015, The Museum of Political Corruption has received national and international attention, including NPR, New Yorker Magazine, USA Today, and the Associated Press. Through our many initiatives, we've had great success in engaging with the public, elected officials, and government experts as we seek to make government more ethical. Up until now, we have done this with an all-volunteer board. But we have now outgrown that model, and in order to fully realize our potential, we need to have staff who can work full-time. An Executive Director who can guide the organization's day-to-day operation and its future planning is the logical and powerful next step to our success. Your interest in helping us succeed in our mission to make government better through public education is greatly appreciated! We are a dynamic and creative group that comes from diverse backgrounds, and hope you will join us!

The Board of Trustees fully supports this initiative and you will have their assistance. We will follow up with funders and continue grants applications that are in process as we begin to advertise for the staff position. It is our hope that the starting date for the museum's new Executive Director would be January 1, 2024.


Nonprofit Overview

The Museum of Political Corruption, a nonpartisan, nonprofit institution, is committed to educating and empowering the public by providing a better understanding of political corruption and encouraging solutions that promote ethics reform and honest governance.


Grant writing