TITLE: Development Intern REPORTS TO: Development Director BASED IN: Headquarters: New York, New York CLASSIFICATION: Part-time Intern START DATE: January, 2012 ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW: HealthRight International (formerly Doctors of the World-USA) is a global health and human rights organization working where health is diminished or endangered by violations of human rights and civil liberties. Reaching out to the most vulnerable and marginalized populations, HealthRight works with local partners to build sustainable access to health care for excluded populations. OUTLINE OF ROLE: HealthRight International is seeking a Development Intern to work closely with the Development Director researching prospective individual funding sources, and work with the development staff on other cultivation events as needed. HealthRight has a portfolio of major donors and is seeking to expand new prospects and cultivate existing contributors. Position requires a highly organized self-starter to provide support in researching additional funding sources and prospects, helping with cultivation events/receptions, and other general functions within the development department. Position entails administrative duties, including working with our donor data base Raisers Edge to generate and follow up on donor acknowledgement letters. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: * Help develop prospective individual/major donor funding sources * Help manage donor data base and assist with acknowledgement letters to donors. * Work with the development team on tasks for event planning, management, and follow-up * Other duties as assigned NOTE: The above listed duties constitute an outline of the core tasks and responsibilities associated with this position. These may be adjusted, modified, expanded or otherwise revised at any time as deemed necessary by the organization. In your application please include: CV and cover letter
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