Robert Kurzban Joins Garces Foundation as Grants Coordinator

Robert Kurzban Joins Garces Foundation as Grants Coordinator

Robert Kurzban
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February 27, 2020 – Community-based non-profit organization, the Garces Foundation, welcomes Robert Kurzban to their staff! Kurzban joins the team as the Grants Coordinator.

Published Author and Freelance writer, Robert Kurzban is well equipped with the communication skills to help the Garces Foundation secure funding.  He is backed by extensive experience in grant writing for non-profits. Kurzban has developed grant proposals for numerous charities and non-profit organizations over the years, including:  Art Sphere, Inspire Philadelphia, Project S.A.V.E. and PhilaSoup.

A revered researcher, writer and editor, Robert Kurzban’s diverse range of experience has solidified his reputation as a dynamic content writer.  Outside of his grant writing, he has contributed to major publications and respected journals, such as The New York Times and The Washington Post.  His portfolio is polished with over 10,000 Google Scholar citations regarding social science research and discussion. Kurzban’s research-backed books, Why Everyone (Else) Is a Hypocrite and The Hidden Agenda of the Political Mind:  How Self-Interest Shapes Our Opinions and Why We Won’t Admit It (co-authored by Jason Weeden) have gained the author great acclaim in the social science community.  Robert Kurzban is also the Founder & CEO of RE: Writers.

Founded by Jose Garces and Dr. Beatriz Garces, the Garces Foundation is a community-based non-profit organization dedicated to assisting underserved immigrant communities.  Rooted in a perspective to think local and give local, the Garces Foundation is committed to providing the local immigrant population with improved access to resources.  The non-profit’s programs largely facilitate assistance in the areas of healthcare, education and citizenship procedures.

The Garces Foundation’s Think Local, Give Local event is scheduled for March 27, 2020.  To learn more about this event, as well as Robert Kurzban’s involvement with the organization, be sure to visit the official website of the Garces Foundation.

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