Fundraising Jobs

Development Database Manager

The Database Manager manages the National Women’s Law Center’s donor database, which is central to the development team’s management of relationships with its donors and prospective donors.

Development Fundraising Assistant

The Washington Institute for Near East Policy is a nonpartisan think tank focused on advancing a balanced and realistic understanding of American interests in the Middle East. We are currently looking for a full-time Development Assistant to assist our Northeast Regional Director based in New York City. The development assistant will provide administrative support to the Northeast Regional Director, including: booking travel, completing expense reports, draft correspondences, prepare background information on prospective donors or current trustees, and other administrative duties as needed. Identify and conduct research on prospective donors as well as outreach and follow-up, including mailing prospect kits and scheduling meetings. Support donor relations through direct and indirect means (phone calls, emails, mailings, etc.). Utilize fundraising database Raiser’s Edge to maintain NY regional database – including data entry, running reports and queries, tracking event attendance, maintaining donor records, plus other duties. You will have BA/BS in development, communications, business or related field, minimum of 1-2 years of fundraising experience, strong administrative support skills, experience with Raiser’s Edge, CVENT helpful, but not required. Interest in the mission of The Institute and the Middle East region. If you have nonprofit development experience in fundraising, please submit your resume, cover letter and salary requirements for consideration at this link: EOE

Grant and Content Writer

MHP Salud, a national non-profit agency conducting health education and outreach in underserved Latino communities, is currently seeking a motivated, energetic, organized, and focused Grant and Content Writer.

Development Director

Be Part of a Pivotal Moment in History.

The next Development Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota will be a nonprofit development professional who is looking for a meaningful opportunity in a proven and vibrant organization that makes profound differences in the lives of individuals. Our mission is timely, our staff is committed to protecting civil liberties, and we are poised to succeed, with a growing community of more than 30,000 donors and members.
Working closely with the Executive Director, the Development Director will lead, plan, and execute our major-gifts program and other fundraising initiatives. The Development Director will supervise our development staff and support the boards of the ACLU of Minnesota and the ACLU of Minnesota Foundation.

Director of Development

The Director of Development is a new position at SFI and will be responsible for planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating all of SFI’s fundraising needs, related to environmental education, community engagement, and conservation. The Director will work closely with the President and CEO, the VP for Education and Community Engagement, the Chief Conservation Officer, the PLT team, and the communications team in all development and fundraising endeavors.

Director of Corporate Stewardship

The Director of Corporate Stewardship reports to the Vice President of Development and will lead and manage the corporate stewardship team, comprised of three relationship managers, that oversees a portfolio of nearly $9 million.

Vice President, Education and Community Engagement

The VP for Education and Community Engagement is responsible for visioning and implementing the strategic direction for SFI’s Education and Community Engagement pillar across the US and Canada. The VP will work closely with the President and CEO, the Senior Director of Education Programs (who oversees the PLT program), the Director of Education and Indigenous Relations (who focuses on Canada), the Development Director, the Chief Conservation Officer, the Senior Manager of Community Engagement, and the communications team.

Education/Experience Requirements:

Master’s in Business Administration or related degree and at least 10 years of leadership experience
Experience related to developing business models and marketing plans
Experience managing a dynamic network of strategic partners
Expertise in developing and administering strategic plans and budgets
Experience working effectively with senior leadership, board, staff members, and volunteers

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