ARMMAN, Institutional Fundraising Specialist

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About the portfolio organization

ARMMAN is a non-profit organization that leverages technology to create scalable solutions empowering mothers and enabling healthy children. We are committed to improving the wellbeing of pregnant women, mothers and children in the first five years of their life. Our focus addressing systemic gaps to deliver better health outcomes for mothers and children through improved access to information and services along with capacity building of frontline healthcare workers.

About the Fellowship role

The Fellow will support the Resource Mobilization team to identify leads and funding opportunities across institutional donors (including multilateral foundations, family offices and High Net-worth Individuals), build a pipeline, develop funding proposals and engage with donors.
Location: Mumbai, India
Employment: Full-time, one-year Fellowship
Starting Date: asap


Key responsibilities

  • Develop strategies and set goals to hit fundraising targets
  • Contribute to a healthy institutional funding pipeline by leading on research and identification of potential new funding opportunities and streams
  • Develop funding proposals and write applications for grants and awards
  • Engage with donors via regular reporting, calls, meetings etc.


This position requires a person with excellent planning, time management and organizational abilities:
  • Ability to thrive in a dynamic environment and work effectively as part of a small close-knit team
  • Ability to work independently, yet communicate and coordinate clearly and regularly with multiple internal teams as well as stakeholders
  • Highly self-motivated, with a proactive nature to seek out new opportunities
  • Excellent written, verbal, and telephonic communication skills, including ability to draft comprehensive proposals/ applications and reports
  • Detail-oriented with entrepreneurial approach to solving problems
  • Bachelors Degree in PR, Fundraising, Social Work or any relevant field. Master’s degree preferred
  • 5-6 years experience in fundraising, corporate social responsibility, non-profit or foundation development preferred
Must Haves
  • Must have necessary permit to work in India

About the LGT Impact Fellowship

As part of LGT Venture Philanthropy's and Lightrock's strategic efforts to scale positive impact, the LGT Impact Fellowship was established to provide additional know-how and capacity to portfolio organizations and companies. Each year a limited number of professionals are nominated to work full-time for one year with the organizations and companies supported by LGT Venture Philanthropy and Lightrock in Latin America, Africa and India as per the above job description.

How to apply

Submit your application via the "Apply" button. Please note that we only accept online applications and that multiple applications are not allowed. However, you are invited to mention additional preferences in your application.
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