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Volunteer Needed: Episcopal Peace Fellowship

Volunteer Needed: Episcopal Peace Fellowship

The Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) is recruiting an experienced volunteer that is deeply committed to the mission of EPF.

This person will play a significant role in leading the organization’s sustainability initiatives. The individual will collaborate with the EPF Sustainability Committee in the creation and implementation of institutional advancement strategies; including major gift procurement, fundraising, and grant submissions.   

Episcopalians and candidates with identifiable connections within The Episcopal Church will be given preferential consideration. 

Specific volunteer responsibilities will include working with the Executive Director and the EPF National Executive Council, as well as supporting leadership of national EPF Action Groups, and the EPF Palestine Israel Network (EPF-PIN).  Effective oral and written communication and presentation skills, grant writing and fulfillment, creative “out-of-the-box” thinking, planned giving and execution of annual campaigns are essential requirements for becoming an effective addition to our team. 

Please send letter of interest with reference to specific experience and accomplishments in development to EPF Executive Director Melanie Merkle Atha at


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