Fundraising ManagerEahSan Rafael, CAWorking with Data and Fund Development Associate, oversees data queries/reports for appeals, events, campaigns, mailings, newsletter, emails, and other communications. This includes new property groundbreakings and grand openings, fundraising galas/luncheons, housing advocacy events, community engagement events, and donor cultivation events. Full-timeFundraising AssociateMethodist Children's Home SocietyRedford, MIUnder the Chief Advancement Officer (CAO), the Development Officer supports all activities within the Development Department, primarily focused on fundraising, donor relations, fundraising activities, community engagement and networking, volunteer strategies, special events and third party events, all in an effort to help Methodist Children’s Home Society (MCHS) achieve optimal fund development operations and positioning of the organization.
You will have the opportunity to work with some of American's elite and experienced fundraisers and in return, we will help you unlock your hidden potential!
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Director of Events And DevelopmentMove UnitedPortsmouth, NHManage data input, export, and organization of Adaptive Sports Partners' fundraising and event databases Coordinate, train, and supervise volunteers that support fundraisingevents Work to cultivate and sustain strong donor relationships across giving sectors Creating, planning, and managing fundraising campaigns such as Annual Giving Campaigns, a Planned Giving Program, Giving Tuesday, and others as needed.Community Engagement & Administrative AssociateKevin Guest HouseBuffalo, NYSpecial Event Assistance: support coordination of the annual fundraisingevents with direction from Development Director with a focus on financial reporting and volunteer engagement. Working alongside the House Manager to support daily guest services, office & house operation needs along with supporting the Events & Marketing Associate with community fundraisingevents & marketing outreach initiatives.Director of Gift Development (Development Leader)Indiana UniversityRichmond, INDepartment Specific Responsibilities Works with the Vice Chancellor for External Affairs and Chancellor to sustain and grow fundraising programs, which include annual funds, major gifts, planned to give, capital giving, alumni gifts, special events (galas, benefit concerts, receptions, anniversary celebrations) and corporate and foundation relations. $70,000 a yearAssociate Director of EventsHuman Rights CampaignWashington, DCServe, when necessary, in the capacity of public speaker for HRC. Travel to various fundraisingevents around the country as necessary. The Associate Director of Events is a regular, full-time position who reports directly to the Director of Events and is covered by the collective bargaining unit agreement between HRC and the Service Employees International Union. $150 - $200 Full-time
Being punctual at work may not be something you’ve given much thought to, but it’s the foundation for building a successful career. All of your technical or job-specific skills will be in vain if your peers and superiors can’t trust you to show up on time and do the work. In fact, Simon Sinek once famously said that
Special Events Manager / Red Kettle CoordinatorThe Salvation ArmyWauwatosa, WICreates strategies to generate interest in events and tracks progress to assure achieving the event goals (ticket sales, sponsorships, sales) Produces regular reports outlining progress for the supervisor, Milwaukee County Commander and Milwaukee County Advisory Board. Full-timeEvents ManagerHarvard UniversityCambridge, MAReporting to the Director of Events, the events manager is responsible for managing the Harvard Radcliffe Institute's (HRI) portfolio of external relations/development-driven events, including Advisory Council Meetings, Radcliffe on the Road, donor events, and alumni events for the purpose of cultivating, stewarding, and engaging current and potential donors. $125 - $150Manager Strategic Philanthropy & EventsCommonSpirit HealthSan Francisco, CAResponsible for managing a portfolio of projects that include major fundraisingevents, speakers' series, tours, site visits, and donor salons to support cultivation and stewardship of significant transformational donors to CommonSpirit.Foundation Community Development ManagerMHMR of Tarrant CountyFort Worth, TXDefined Experience: Development, Fundraising, Grant Writing, Event Planning. Support marketing strategies, grants, and community relations activities including but not limited to special event planning (i.e., fundraisingevents, campaigns, and community events/outreach programs.
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Development AssociateHeartland AllianceChicago, ILThe Development Associate’s responsibilities fall into three primary areas: 1) support individual giving, including donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, and acknowledgment; 2) provide logistical support for NIJC’s fundraising and cultivation events; and 3) assist with seeking and managing grants from corporate, foundation, and government sources.
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