Grant Making/Fundraising Officer (Part-Time)

Grant Making/Fundraising Officer (Part-Time)

22 Mar 2024

Position Announcement: Grant Making/Fundraising Officer (Part-Time)

Organization Overview:

The Afghanistan LGBTIQ+ Organization (ALO) is a distinguished non-profit entity dedicated to the promotion of the rights and welfare of LGBTIQ+ individuals within Afghanistan. Our organization is deeply committed to establishing a culture of safety, inclusivity, and support, striving to create a society where all individuals can thrive irrespective of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Position Title: Grant-Making/Fundraising Officer

Employment Type: Part-Time, Contractual

Duration: 9 Months

Location: Remote

Deadline: April 15th, 2024

Compensation: $625 per month (equivalent to 14,300 Czech Koruna)

Role Summary:

The Afghanistan LGBTIQ+ Organization is in pursuit of a highly motivated and experienced grant-making/Fundraising Officer to enrich our team. This essential role entails a remote, part-time commitment over a period of nine months.

The selected candidate will be instrumental in securing the financial sustainability of our initiatives through the identification of grant opportunities, the drafting of compelling grant proposals, and the execution of innovative fundraising strategies.

Core Responsibilities:

1. Conduct thorough research to identify potential grant opportunities that align with our organization's mission and objectives.

2. Craft and submit persuasive grant proposals to secure funding from various sources.

3. Formulate and implement strategic fundraising initiatives aimed at enhancing our financial resources.

4. Foster and maintain robust relationships with donors, stakeholders, and partners to ensure ongoing support.

5. Diligently monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of fundraising activities, providing regular reports on outcomes and insights for improvement.


1. A proven track record with at least two years of relevant experience in grant writing and fundraising activities, preferably within the realm of LGBTIQ+ advocacy or other human rights-oriented organizations.

2. A Bachelor's degree in a field pertinent to the role, such as Non-Profit Management, Communication, Social Sciences, or a related discipline.

3. Exceptional proficiency in written and verbal communication in English, with the ability to articulate ideas clearly and persuasively.

4. An understanding of LGBTIQ+ issues and the socio-political landscape of Afghanistan will be considered an advantageous asset.

Application Process:

We invite interested professionals who meet the above criteria to join our cause by applying for this position. Please forward your curriculum vitae (CV) and a thoughtful cover letter elucidating your interest and suitability for the role to our designated email address ([email protected]). Kindly be advised that we will only reach out to candidates who have been shortlisted for further discussion.

This opportunity represents not just a role, but a mission to make a tangible difference in the lives of LGBTIQ+ individuals in Afghanistan. We look forward to welcoming a new member to our team who shares our passion and commitment to this cause.

Help Afghan LGBTQ people get out of hell