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Director, Foundation & Corporate Support

Job Summary: Reporting to the Chief Development and Communications Officer, the Director of Foundation and Corporate Support determines funding strategies, develops funder relationships and submits funding requests with a major focus on private, corporate, and family foundations. The Director supervises the Coordinator of Foundations and Corporations, who has grant-writing as a primary responsibility. The Director works closely with program leads to create, refine, and submit LOIs, proposals, and reports.

Communications Officer

The Communications team is seeking a Communications Officer for a challenging and versatile role within the corporate communications group to support MJFF media relations, storytelling, internal communications and brand management.

Executive Director

Maryland Family Network (MFN) is seeking a strategic and visionary leader to serve as the next Executive Director.


Ethos Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will be responsible for providing vision, leadership, and direction for the organization’s thriving programs, services, and activities.

Leadership Giving Manager

For the last sixteen years, re:power has been a trusted leader in political training around campaigning and capacity building, and we’re excited to keep that momentum going. We’re proud of our 100,000 alumni across the country who have gone on to run for office, lead in their communities, and step up as movement leaders.
In 2018, we went through a comprehensive organizational transformation, from Wellstone Action to re:power. Our new name and brand is our answer to what we view as a need in the movement: an expansion of what justice looks like for our people through a framework of inclusive politics. We’re offering a different narrative of who is a leader, who participates in politics, and what outcomes we are fighting for. Inclusive politics is a framework that makes space and creates structures for the leadership, needs, and victories of who we have identified as our communities: primarily people of color, and specifically, women of color and nonbinary folks. It means that those lived experiences, perspectives, and ideas are represented in our government and power structures.
Our Mission
We are a team of organizers, strategists, and technologists dedicated to building transformative political power. We partner with individuals, organizations, and coalitions across the country through facilitation, coaching, and skills training to uncover leaders within communities and create radical change. In addition to our public trainings, we also deliver customized training opportunities in the following areas: managing elections, building movements, and movement technology.

Grants Accountant

The Grants Accountant reports to the Director of Finance and oversees and conducts the accounting and finance functions associated with grants and revenue. You are highly organized, a critical thinker and detail-oriented. You have excellent communication skills and the ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced growing organization. You are proactive in improving processes and procedures, and eager to build your strategic, finance and accounting skills. The key focus of your role at REDF is to provide fiscal stewardship over REDFs grants and donations.

Director of Communications

The Director of Communications is responsible for wide variety of duties related to developing strategies and goals for their organization’s communication and public relations efforts.

Executive Director

Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB), the regional source of emergency food for the center of the State of Michigan, is looking for the right person to lead our organization into the future. As Executive Director, this person will report to and support the Board of Directors and be responsible for the overall management and direction of the organization, leading a seasoned team of professionals to make certain that no one will go hungry in Ingham, Eaton, Clinton, Shiawassee, Gratiot, Isabella or Clare Counties under our watch. The Executive Director of Greater Lansing Food Bank serves as spokesperson and chief fund raiser for the organization, representing not only GLFB, but more importantly, the people we serve across our region.

The right candidate for this position will be a natural leader who understands the importance of community partnerships and collaboration. He / She will have excellent organizational skills and capabilities; a good business and management mind; will ideally know the community; is a strategic thinker, planner, motivator and problem solver; is a strong and confident communicator with the highest of ethical standards; is ready to step forth and play a primary role in the fundraising of the organization; will have high energy and expectations for success; have a proven track record; and be the person who understands that there is nothing more basic to success than having access to nutritious food.


The position of President is an exciting opportunity for a strong advocate and coalition-builder who wants to achieve national impact towards health, equity and education for our nation’s diverse schoolchildren.

Executive Director

CT Can is seeking an Executive Director excited to help create the leading science-based Cannabis Innovation and Research Center in Connecticut.

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