Grants Coordinator

Part-Time Remote Position

About ASAP

The Armed Services Arts Partnership (ASAP) is the largest community arts organization serving the military community in the US. ASAP fosters creative communities where veterans, service members, military family members, and caregivers thrive through the arts. Our free, immersive classes include stand-up comedy, storytelling, improv, creative writing, acting, drawing, and more. Research demonstrates ASAP participants experience significant, lasting improvements in resilience, belonging, self-esteem, and integration of self. 


ASAP chapters are currently located in Washington, DC; Hampton Roads, VA; San Diego, CA; and Indianapolis, IN — and we are expanding nationally. We’ve reached 2,500 unique veterans in eight years, and our alumni have performed for an estimated 250,000+ audience members, including shows at the Warner Theater, Gotham Comedy Club, and at The White House. We have been featured by CNN, ABC, NBC, PBS, NPR, The Washington Post, POLITICO, and Forbes. 


About this Role

Work directly with ASAP’s Executive Director to coordinate and manage the nonprofit grant funding process from start (grant prospecting) to finish (grant reporting). 

ASAP has a successful grant funding history and grant funding provides crucial support for our mission. The Grants Coordinator is a part-time position and oversees the coordination of all grant proposals and grant reports for ASAP. Once a grant is awarded, the Grants Coordinator will be responsible for working with the Executive Director and Operations Manager to appropriately spend the funds as well as draft and submit reports per funder guidelines. The Grants Coordinator will be responsible for tracking and updating grants spreadsheets and keeping the organization apprised of upcoming deadlines and opportunities.


Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop a strong understanding of ASAP’s mission, history, strengths, and long-term goals in order to communicate effectively in proposals and reports. 
  • Research, identify, and cultivate prospective grantors.
  • Prepare grant proposals, determining overall concept, specifying outputs and outcomes, gathering internal data, drafting content, and responding to feedback.
  • Maintain quality by using and updating templates; following proposal-writing standards including readability, consistency, and tone; maintaining proposal support databases.
  • After a grant is received and funds are deployed, communicate outputs and outcomes to the grantor through high-quality written reports. 


Compensation & Work Schedule

  • Compensation of $20-28 per hour
  • Benefits: Flexible schedule, family-friendly culture, and a $500 annual professional development stipend.
  • Anticipated time: 10-20 hours per week 


How to Apply 


Ready to join the team? Please email the following application materials along with any questions to

  • Resume
  • Statement of Interest of no more than 300 words explaining why you’re a good fit.
  • Writing Sample (1000 words or less)

We will not consider candidates without a statement of interest. We are hiring for this position immediately and will reach out to qualified candidates on a rolling basis. It is recommended you submit your materials as soon as you can.