PFLAG Charlotte Chapter Coordinator Role

The PFLAG Charlotte Chapter Coordinator provides programming and administrative support integral to the ongoing operations of PFLAG Charlotte. The position reports to the Executive Director. 20 hours/week with occasional evenings and weekends.


3800 Monroe Road Charlotte 28205

Organizational Overview

Serving the Charlotte area since 1987, PFLAG Charlotte strengthens families, empowers allies, and elevates LGBTQ+ communities through peer support, education, and advocacy.  We are a local chapter of PFLAG National, the first and largest organization for LGBTQ+ people, their parents, families, and allies.

Peer Support

  • Monthly peer support group meetings for parents, caregivers, family members, community members and allies
  • Workshops for Parents & Caregivers of LGBTQ+ individuals
  • One-to-one and online peer support options
  • Monthly Meetings & More parent/caregiver newsletter

Education and Advocacy

  • Educational workshops for the workplace, healthcare spaces, schools, faith communities, and social service organizations
  • PFLAG Charlotte blog and online newsletter, The Ally
  • Community outreach through tabling events, panel discussions, performance talkbacks and more.

Responsibilities of the Role include, but are not limited to, the following:

Chapter Administration and Support

  • Respond to support requests from chapter email and phone inquiries
  • Coordinate in-person and virtual peer support group meetings, including promotion, registration, and follow up communication
  • Provide programming and administrative support for virtual and in-person educational workshops
  • Organize and maintain MS 365 SharePoint and Teams (chapter technology platform)
  • Track services rendered
  • Maintain Chapter Hub membership data base, annual events calendar, and resource lists

Program & Event planning

  • Provide administrative support for fundraising events, including PFLAG Charlotte’s major fundraiser, Pride & Purpose
  • Coordinate Family Connections events
  • Organize PFLAG Charlotte participation in Charlotte Pride Weekend (booth and parade)

, Communications and Operations

  • Coordinate with Social Media Team as needed
  • Maintain distribution lists
  • Write Monthly Meetings & More Updates
  • Support publication of The Ally

Donor Database Management

  • Maintain donor database
  • Develop and generate monthly reports
  • Send donor acknowledgement letters

Pay: Approximately $20/hour, commensurate with experience

Minimum Qualifications and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree or HS diploma with equivalent experience
  • Demonstrated organizational and event planning skills
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and writing skills
  • Strong computer experience with a variety of programs, including MS365, Mailchimp, Little Green Light (or similar Customer Relationship Manager System), Zoom, PowerPoint, Excel, and Canva.

Desirable Skills

  • Self Starter – organized, efficient, forward thinking
  • Ability to work independently on a variety of tasks
  • Knowledge of and experience with chapter-based, grassroots, membership organizations and/or extensive volunteer networks
  • Collegial working style

To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to by Monday, June 20th, 2022.