- Job posted on: 7th May 2021
- Applications close:
We’re looking for a Fundraising Officer who can volunteer remotely (from home) for 3 months. Join the Australian Volunteers Program to contribute to sustainable development across Indonesia.
Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan (YPK) Bali is a not-for-profit organisation that was founded in 2001. YPK Bali aims to fill a critical gap in the community for people with disabilities who have extremely limited access to rehabilitation and education and healthcare services. YPK Bali now provides integrated support for people with disabilities who are unable to access formal health care facilities as well as providing access to quality education. Since its inception, YPK has helped more than 57,000 people across Bali. Today, YPK is well regarded by the public as a centre of excellence for therapy and rehabilitation. YPK Bali has been forced to limit its rehabilitation centre services for more than one year as an infection control response to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In response to this, YPK Bali has transitioned its service model into a remote online system. This new model allows YPK to continue providing support to 201 active clients in the rehabilitation unit, 96 students in the education unit, and 40 disabled people in the Mobile Clinic unit. During these challenging times, YPK Bali has identified the need to maximise the online fundraising platforms and YPK's Social Media to secure funds for future program continuity. However, due to a lack of skills and knowledge in English and creative writing, YPK Bali has found it challenging to tap these new online fundraising strategies. Thus, they believe that support from an Australian Volunteer will help YPK Bali to increase its staff's capacity to conduct online fundraising to support the future development of YPK Bali.
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