Fundraising Jobs

Senior Major Gifts Officer

The American Farm School and Perrotis College, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, seeks a Senior Major Gifts Officer, a development professional with a solid perspective on major gift fundraising; comprehensive understanding and experience in donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship processes and strategies; and a proven track record raising five, six, and seven-figure gifts.

The Major Gifts Officer will secure major and leadership gifts for the School and will manage an individual portfolio of major donors and major gift prospects. The position requires well-honed strategic thinking and donor management skills to develop and implement specific donor-by-donor plans to move prospective donors from prospects to major gifts. Exceptional verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills are required. The MGO will grow the donor base, assure current donors remain engaged, and develop a high-trust, long-term relationship with each. The position reports to the Vice President, Institutional Advancement.

Mid-Atlantic/Northeast Regional Director

NPH USA supports Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH, Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters”), which is fully supporting more than 3,100 boys and girls in Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru. An additional 3,100 community children receive scholarships, meals, health care and other support. More than 140,000 services were provided through community outreach programs in 2017.

Partner

The Wildflower Foundation is looking for a driven person with an entrepreneurial spirit who shares our commitment to equity, innovation, wholeness, and Montessori education to spread the first seeds and begin the growth of a cluster of Wildflower schools in Indianapolis and in Indiana more broadly.

Vice President of Communications and Development

Reporting directly to the Vancouver Biennale’s CEO, the Vice President of Communications and Development is an important decision-maker, leader, and networker in the Vancouver Biennale organization. Long-term organizational sustainability is at the core of what the Vice President of Communications and Development does, from finding operational efficiencies to achieving sizable fundraising goals. Being keenly aware of the long-term financial health of the organization, the Vice President of Communications and Development possesses demonstrated fundraising experience and actively nurtures relationships with business and government leaders, benefactors, and sponsors to seek the necessary funds to support current and future initiatives of the Biennale. At every opportunity the Vice President of Communications and Development expands and strengthens the Biennale’s local and international reputation by facilitating and developing partnerships, collaborations, and support for artists and projects.

As an important decision-maker and leader in the Vancouver Biennale organization, the Vice President of Communications and Development ensures that all projects and programs align with the Biennale’s vision, mission, and strategic objectives and demonstrates the leadership skills, business acumen, and operational discipline required to deliver those projects and programs on time, on budget, and with a high standard of excellence.

Major Gifts Officer -Brevard Music Center, Festival and Summer Institute

Brevard Music Center, Festival and Summer Institute seeks applicants for the position of Major Gifts Officer.

Development & Communications Associate

Jericho Project is seeking a Development/Communications Associate who will support the
work of the Development and Communications Department. He/She will have an important
role in agency fundraising and communications activities. Reporting to the
Development/Communications Manager, the Development/Communications Associate will
be responsible for providing administrative support to a busy and high-energy Development
Department.

The job duties will focus primarily on the management of fundraising operations for the
organization, which will include grant writing, supporting the preparation of grant
proposals/reports, donor database management, donor correspondence and compliance and
prospect research.

Walk Manager

The Manager, Walk to End Alzheimer’s identifies, cultivates & manages volunteer relationships within the community that directly increase resources for the mission of the Alzheimer’s Association through the signature event of the Alzheimer’s Association, Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Measurable outcomes of this position are achieving designated financial and participant goals through team and individual fundraising, corporate solicitation and community partnerships as well as increasing Walk-brand visibility in the community.

Manager of Institutional Giving

The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./New York) – a leading service and advocacy organization for New York City’s more than 400 nonprofit theatres – seeks a motivated, detail-oriented Development professional to join the organization as its Manager of Institutional Giving. This position reports to the Director of Development and will play a critical role in shaping and leading A.R.T./New York as we enter an exciting phase of our organizational development.

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