Fundraising Jobs

Director of Development for the College of Nursing and the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Key member of the University of Toledo Foundation Advancement Team responsible for fundraising and building alumni engagement.

Director of Development for the College of Business and Innovation

Develop and execute a comprehensive major gift fundraising plan to maximize charitable support for The University of Toledo College of Business and Innovation.

Director of Development and Community Relations

Reporting to the CEO, the position is responsible for strategic overall direction and management of the Development and Community Outreach division. The is includes providing director level guidance for development/fundraising, special events and community outreach, marketing and public relations, volunteer programs and humane education. Responsibilities include directing division activities and providing leadership to promote Larimer Humane Society in the communities we serve and to ensure a broad base of funding resources. Ensures the division’s work is completed in alignment with the Organization’s mission, vision and strategic goals. Responsible for division planning and budgeting, staff management and development and more.

Seeking Grants & Communications Manager

In 2014, The Nobel Peace Prize went to Malala Yousafzai, who was only 17 at the time, for her tireless advocacy to ensure that girls have the opportunity to be educated. It is the goal of Global Village Project (GVP) to make this educational vision for changing the world a reality for young women who have survived the war-torn journey from their countries to Atlanta, Georgia.

Almost 10 years’ ago, GVP launched an innovative high school preparatory program for refugee teenage girls with interrupted schooling. The school’s mission is to develop a strong educational foundation for each student within a caring community, using a strengths-based approach and intensive instruction in English language, literacy, academic subjects and the arts. Located in Decatur, Georgia, the school’s full day academic program serves 40-50 students, ages 11 – 19. With more than 70% of Georgia’s limited English learners dropping out of school, we are proud to see that 96% of GVP alumni who complete the three-year program are successfully moving through high school and college.
The Grants & Communications Manager is responsible for fundraising through the management of the grants program, fundraising communications and public relations. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Grants & Communications Manager will be an active participant in strategic decision-making.

Development Manager

More in Common is looking for a Development Manager who wishes to use his/her skills in fundraising to advance our mission to build communities and societies that are stronger, more united and more resilient to the increasing threats of polarisation and social division. The Development Manager will be building on the momentum of More in Common’s successful first year of fundraising. S/he will report to the CEO/COO and will be responsible for implementing our global fundraising strategy .

Grants Officer

The Grants Officer is an essential member of a dynamic Institutional Giving team that manages all foundation and government support for all three agencies. The ideal candidate will have a clear and demonstrated passion for communicating the work of the agencies through their writing, participating in the program development process, and promoting social justice.

Executive Director

The National Fitness Foundation is seeking a dynamic, innovative leader to serve as its next Executive Director (ED). Building on its unique positioning between the public and private sectors, the new ED will have an unprecedented opportunity to map the future for the only congressionally chartered nonprofit organization focused on health & fitness. Notably, the new ED will work closely with the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition to support the robust development and implementation of a national strategy to expand and encourage youth sports participation, and to promote the overall physical fitness, health, and nutrition of American youth. Competitive candidates must have a proven track record of nonprofit revenue generation, respected public, private and nonprofit relationships, and experience with program design, implementation and evaluation.

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