Assist development team in seeking in-kind donations, write grant and/or sponsorship proposals, organize a frequent flier donation campaign, sell paper Make-A-Wish stars, or plan/organize an external event to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Assist with miscellaneous projects at the office, including phone calls, wish research, mailings, etc.
Speak at local community, school, business, or civic events increasing awareness and support for Make-A-Wish while educating audiences about the Make-A-Wish mission.
Plan, organize, and implement successful fundraising events by working on event committees, helping out on the event day, and/or participating in the event.
Meet wish families at the airport upon arrival and departure. Help new fliers navigate lines and security.
As a member of a wish team, wish granters meet with the family, help the wish child determine their one true wish and act as a liaison between Make-A-Wish staff and the wish family during the wish process. Wish granters must be a minimum of 21 years old. Attendance at an in-depth training session is required.
Our Wish Ambassador Program aims to further enhance our wish-granting mission. Ambassadors are former wish children who have been invited to share their story and their wish with a variety of audiences. Wish Ambassadors may be asked to appear in media photo shoots, represent the organization at corporate or community events, speak at public engagements and write about their own wish and life experiences.
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a Wish Ambassador or want to inquire about having an Ambassador speak at an upcoming function, please contact us at 802.864.9393 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Throughout the year we offer unpaid internships to provide opportunities for college students to receive academic credit and valuable work experience in the nonprofit field. Visit the Employment and Internships section of our website to learn about current internship openings.