Fundraising Jobs

Database & Prospect Research Analyst

Founded in 1965 under the sponsorship of the Congregation of Holy Cross, Moreau Catholic emphasizes college-preparatory excellence in all programs. The school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA). Moreau Catholic is a 1:1 laptop school focused on effectively integrating 21st century teaching and learning strategies. With 950 students, the co-educational student body reflects the rich ethnic and cultural diversity of the Bay Area.

Executive Director

We’ve been welcoming kids and families to our center on Monroe Street since 1997. We see 5,500 students each year for art and music lessons and have a $500,000 annual budget. We have a thriving infant and toddler music curriculum and a traveling community outreach program. Our families, students, faculty and staff have created a wonderful, creative community.

Under the direction of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for the overall management and evolution of the Monroe Street Arts Center (MSAC). The Executive Director is responsible for supervising staff and maintaining a positive, organizational culture. Overseeing stewardship of the organization’s financial assets while ensuring compliance with Board directives and applicable grantor, federal and state requirements, is also a priority.

Donor Engagement Officer

The Donor Engagement Officer helps grow the pipeline of Annual Fund members of The President’s Circle, identifies new donors, and manages a portfolio of major and planned donors. The Donor Engagement Officer is responsible for identifying and qualifying donors for The President’s Circle as well as developing and implementing individual strategies for major donors to meet the fundraising goals of the organization. The primary objective of the Donor Engagement Officer is to help ensure a sustainable base of supporters and to create long-term relationships built on an understanding of the donor’s interests, passions and values; and alignment with the organization’s strategic objectives.

Executive Director

The Executive Director is the key management leader of International House of Rhode Island, whose mission is “to promote friendship, connection, learning, and global understanding by bringing people together from around the world for cross-cultural exchange.” This unique 56-year-old independent, membership, nonprofit organization, housed in an 1898 historic building designed by Edward I. Nickerson, offers hospitality, warmth, and critical social and educational interaction to international visitors to the State of Rhode Island. Described by one of our volunteer teachers as “an oasis of sanity and friendship,” the organization works closely with graduate students and post-docs, and their partners, from nearby Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design and local community members who wish to improve their English language skills and who seek opportunities for social interaction. We are searching for an empathetic and compassionate Director particularly well-versed in fundraising opportunities, arts/humanities cultural programming, English for Speakers of Other Languages, volunteer management, and the ability to expand community outreach and marketing, along with strong commitment to our mission. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Director of Donor Development

Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc., seeks a full-time Director of Donor Development to lead our ongoing fundraising and related operational needs. Reporting to the Executive Director, this professional must have an established background in coordinating nonprofit donation strategies and staff/volunteer leadership.

The Director of Donor Development will work with the Executive Director, Executive Office staff and members of the Executive Board of Directors to plan, execute, and analyze large-scale fundraising activities and grant applications that meet the fraternity’s mission and vision. This position is located at the Fraternity Executive Office in the Iowa City suburb of North Liberty residing some 10 minutes from Iowa City & 20 minutes from Cedar Rapids. The salary range is $37,000 – $40,000 with a comprehensive benefits package. Future salary will be dependent on performance.

The Director of Donor Development will be the lead on planning and implementing donor campaigns and major giving campaigns. This individual will also develop and oversee our annual fundraising program, which may have national, regional, and local components.

The Director of Donor Development will have a positive relationship with donors, staff, and volunteers. In addition, this person will be the primary grant writer for the Fraternity and be responsible for locating, researching, and applying for grants to support Sigma Lambda Beta at the national, regional, and local level. Working closely with the leadership of the Fraternity, this position will create and operationalize a strategic vision for ensuring that donors are recognized and appropriately recognized so that they remain engaged with the Fraternity in ways that make them feel the impact of their gift.

Executive Director – Shepherd’s Table

Shepherd’s Table seeks a dynamic and compassionate Executive Director to lead and shape this 36-year-old organization which profoundly affects the lives of people experiencing homelessness through meals, social services, clothing and medical support.

Grant and Budget Analyst

The Policing Project seeks a Grant and Budget Analyst to maintain our various grants, assist with financial planning, work with the University’s administrative departments to meet reporting obligations, and oversee various finance and operations-related tasks. Experience working with complicated spreadsheets and multiple financial systems is required. Experience interfacing with senior level staff in an academic or government setting is preferred.

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