Our job at Generocity.org is to keep a tab on Greater Philadelphia’s expansive (and ever growing) social impact sector.
Whether we’re talking to community leaders who are working hard in their neighborhoods, or companies innovating how they engage in philanthropy and community outreach, the idea is to paint a full picture of what social impact looks like in this city.
We need help to keep tabs on everything that is happening in the social impact ecosystem and are looking for freelance journalists to help us do this.
We are looking for journalists with at least one year of experience writing and reporting with at least three samples of published work, and we’re especially looking for those who have a special interest and/or expertise in nonprofits, social enterprise, community development, philanthropy or government agencies focused on social services.
We are looking for writers to focus on the following issue-areas: sustainability, education, urban revitalization, food access, and social justice. These are some of the issues Generocity.org has chosen to focus on in the coming year, given their impact and the innovative work happening around them.
Interested writers can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a brief introduction about your background and sample articles in your email.
—The Generocity.org Team
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