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The LP is currently seeking a Development Intern! The Development Intern will provide major support with logistics for fundraising campaigns; engagement and stewardship of our community of LP supporters; assistance with grant writing, and more. The Development Intern will get hands-on experience in a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the intersection of art, community, and social justice. Ideal candidates will be interested in assisting with the nourishment of creative community leaders through fundraising, special events, engagement, and administrative operations.

  • Application Deadline: July 24, 2020
  • Start Date: August 18, 2020
  • Duration: 18 weeks at 14 working hours/week
  • Salary: $15/hr + modest utilities stipend
  • Location: Remote
  • To Apply: Send a resume and cover letter as a single PDF to

Board Call

Do you believe in the transformative power of art and community to create change? Are you a committed individual who values centering the voices, cultures, imaginations, knowledge, and leadership of people of color (POC)?  If so, we invite you to explore the possibility of LP board service!

In addition to the standard responsibilities of a board member, such as governance, strategic planning, and resource generation, The LP’s board members are active strategists and ambassadors for the organization. They are committed to leveraging their skills, resources, and networks to effectively execute The LP mission and expand our impact. Through this opportunity, board members can be part of a meaningful collective team effort; make a positive difference in the lives and communities of New Yorkers, join an extended network of diverse, passionate artists, neighbors, and colleagues; and expand personal knowledge and expertise in cultural, social justice, and nonprofit fields. Board members make The LP a significant personal priority and help strengthen our financial and community base. 

We currently have limited openings. We welcome all backgrounds, skills, and experiences, with a special interest in the following:

  • Community Development / Equitable Urban Development
  • Community Health & Wellness
  • Community Organizing / Movement Building
  • Finance, Investments & Business Development
  • Marketing & Public Relations
  • Strategic Partnerships

As an organization committed to fostering diversity of all kinds, we welcome and encourage interested parties of all racial, ethnic, and gender identities/expressions; parties identifying as LGBTQIA+, disabled, im/migrants, parents, Gen Z to Baby Boomers, and others who bring a rich variety of perspectives.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete the Board Interest Form below.

For any additional information or questions, please contact Deputy Director Ayesha Williams at


The Laundromat Project is seeking volunteers looking for fun ways to make art accessible in New York City. We offer a wide range of opportunities, from helping at special events to aiding teaching artists at art workshops and assisting staff in The LP office. Benefits of working with us include:

  • Networking and socializing with other talented volunteers
  • Helping to promote public art and art education
  • Learning new art techniques and making art projects
  • Fostering creative expression among program participants
  • Building a sense of community in New York City neighborhoods
To sign up for volunteer opportunities with The LP, fill out the brief application form below. Please understand that submitting an application for volunteering does not guarantee a position. We are only able to contact those candidates whose skills and background best fit the needs of the volunteer opportunities. Once your application has been processed, we will contact you should a position become available.

Questions? Email us at


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