Use your fundraising savvy to help endangered wildlife

Are you a fundraising guru? Interested in volunteering with an Indonesian non-profit working in conservation? We need you.

Come help us save endangered animals - like this macaque which we are caring for at our wildlife rescue center in Bali

FNPF is looking for a long term volunteer with solid fundraising expertise – preferably in the nonprofit sector. We need someone who can give us eight hours a week, and also be available to lead regular special fundraising projects.

In return will give you an awesome feel good factor.

We are looking for someone who can commit to help us for one year. As well, we need someone with great English-language skills, for although we are Indonesian-based most of our donors and supporters are from English-speaking countries.

Ideally you will be based in Bali, close to Ubud – where we have our head office – or be willing to regularly visit. We have desk space where you can work from.

However, we are open to the possibility of taking on a long term fundraising volunteer based overseas – if they were an exceptional candidate. You would need to be available for weekly Skype catch ups.

While this an unpaid position, you will be rewarded with the knowledge you are helping us to save Indonesia’s precious endangered wildlife, its forests and supporting local communities. The position will also look great on your CV, and is an excellent way to get experience in the conservation/environmental sector.

Interested? Drop us an email at with your CV and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position, your availability, and why you are the best candidate. Applications close on 28 February.

We work to protect wildlife and its habitat, at the same time as supporting local communities. Our projects have been recognized by global organisations such as the United Nations Development Programme and the Whitley Fund for Nature.

We receive no government funding and rely on the support of volunteers and donors to carry out our work.

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