Join Us!

The Kiran Anjali Project is actively recruiting for the following position:

Marketing and Development Assistant

The Marketing and Development Assistant reports to the Executive Director

  • This is a half-time (20 hours per week) position.
  • Salary is $23,000-$25,000 plus benefits
  • Benefits include a partial health insurance stipend, 5 hours per month of paid time off, 10 paid holidays and a flexible work schedule

Submit a cover letter and resume to by December 1, 2022

Job Responsibilities

Communications and Marketing

  • Create social media strategy and content including graphics and captions
  • Update website on a regular basis
  • Manage and expand social media platforms, engage with followers, and field questions
  • Respond to external inquiries
  • Coordinate newsletters
  • Maintain Mailchimp mailing list and send out bulk emails
  • Work with ED to create annual report
  • Maintain Guidestar and other charity ratings


  • Enter data into database (Little Green Light); pull reports as requested
  • Ensure thank you notes are sent in a timely manner
  • Participate in event planning and execution
  • Attend events and help with pre and post tasks
  • Send student updates to $500+ donors
  • Develop sponsorship materials


  • Organize and streamline record and file keeping (in Microsoft Teams)
  • Check mail, route to appropriate person and log checks
  • Other duties as required

Required Qualifications

  • Previous work/volunteer experience in social media marketing, administration, or similar role
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and Teams, Mail Chimp, Canva and CRM software (preferably Little Green Light)
  • Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Detail-oriented
  • Commitment to the Kiran Anjali Project’s mission
  • Ability to adapt and make changes as the organization evolves
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Consistency in meeting deadlines
  • Graphic design experience

Kiran Anjali Project’s (KAP’s) mission is to uplift underserved girls in India from poverty to independence
through education. We raise funds in the US to provide scholarship money to our partner organizations
so girls can attend school. Our partners educate and support students from preschool through university
and help them obtain employment once they have finished school.

KAP was founded in 2009 by Linda Floyd and Cheryl Hoye. While living in India, they volunteered with a
girls’ school and upon their return to the US they decided to form an organization to support education
for low-income girls in India. Thus, the Kiran Anjali Project (named for their daughters) was born.
KAP currently partners with four projects in India: Carnation Center, a pre-school and after school
program; Baale Mane, a residential facility for low-income girls; Shalini Fellowship Program, a five-year
program that provides scholarships and academic and emotional support for girls starting in 10th grade;
and Kriti, an educational program that provides education for low-income girls.

This is an exciting time for KAP. In August 2022, we hired an interim executive director to help in
developing the infrastructure to support hiring paid staff. With the board no longer responsible for the
day-to-day administration of the organization, this frees them up to spend more time on fundraising

The annual budget for 2023 will be about $450,000. In addition to the Executive Director, we are also
hiring a half-time Marketing and Fundraising Assistant in Seattle and already have a full time Program
Manager who lives in India. In October, we voted in five new board members with a wealth of skills to
help raise funds and guide our growth.