Japan Multicultural Relief Fund

  • Oakland

About Us

The Japan Multicultural Relief Fund (JMRF), a U.S.-based grantmaking program, was jointly established by Japan Pacific Resource Network (JPRN) andEclipse Rising in March 2011 in the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. JMRF is dedicated to the empowerment and leadership by and for members of the vulnerable communities (Single Mothers, Children with Disabilities, LGBTQ, Chinese migrant workers, Filipinas, Koreans...etc) in the process of reconstruction in the disaster-struck region and transformation of Japan as a more inclusive and multicultural society. In order to continue supporting the grassroots efforts, we are currently looking for a grant search volunteer. We guarantee that this will be also a great opportunity for those who major in Ethnic Studies and Social Science to contribute to social change!

Grant Search Volunteer

Location:

Work from home

Responsibilities:

- Conduct research on nonprofit grantmakers

- Create a list of relevant grants

Qualification:

- Must have excellent communication skills

- Must be familiar with Microsoft word and excel

- Prior experience in grant research is preferred

If you are interested in the position, please fill out the volunteer application form (download here: http://www.jprn.org/support/Volunteerapplication.pdf) and indicate that you’re interested in “Grant search” position with your signature, and sent it to: info@jprn.org (as a scanned document) orJapan Pacific Resource Network (JPRN)

Tel:510-891-9045

Fax:510-891-9047

Add : Japan Pacific Resource Network

310 8th Street, Suite 305A, Oakland, CA 94607

JPRN website: http://www.jprn.org

JMRF website: http://relief.jprn.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jprnusa


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