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We’re Hiring!

Groundswell Fund is the largest funder of the U.S. Reproductive Justice (RJ) movement. For more than a decade, we have enabled foundations and individual donors to increase the impact of their giving by offering a different kind of philanthropic model.

Different in Who We Are

We’re a program staff of women of color and gender non-conforming people of color who come directly out of community and labor organizing and have a combined 70 years of grassroots organizing and civic engagement experience within communities of color; a board comprised of grassroots leaders shaping strategy alongside a few funders and donors.

Different in Who We Support

We support women of color (WOC), low income women, and transgender people who are organizing at the grassroots.

Different in How We Support the Field

We support the field not just through grants, but through capacity building support focused on boosting grassroots power, and funder organizing that lifts up our grantees with a larger audience of funders and donors who can move resources to their work, whether or not these resources come through our doors; and moving at least 80 percent of the dollars that come in our doors back out to the field.

 

Current Open Positions

Capacity Building Trainer

Groundswell Fund is seeking a full-time trainer for development and implementation of curriculum for our capacity building programs, which include the Grassroots Organizing Institute (GOI) and the Integrated Voter Engagement (IVE) Program.

The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to develop training curriculum and workshops for grassroots organizations. They will be committed to getting results in a fast-paced environment and able to handle a heavy workload during program implementation. This position requires travel. Please click here for more information.

Director of Communications

The Communications Director is responsible for amplifying Groundswell’s brand and message to maximize its ability to fulfill its core purpose: increasing resources to effective grassroots power building work led by women of color, low income women and transgender people. This includes responsibility for the design and execution of an effective communications strategy, fostering strong alignment and integration of that strategy throughout the organization, fast and high quality writing, supporting key staff to serve as effective public spokespeople, and ensuring the impeccable quality and timely production of all externally facing materials. Please click here for more information.

Executive Assistant

The Executive Assistant is the dedicated support staff to the Executive Director(s) of the C-3 and C-4 and also supports the Executive Team of the C-3. They are responsible for performing a number of administrative duties including managing the schedules of the two ED’s, handling logistics for all board meetings, and being the initial point-of-contact for many key individuals outside of the organization, including funders and allies. Please click here for more information.


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