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Director, Field Resource Development
Full job description can be found at link.


Integrate DEI principles in all field-facing fund development programs and initiatives.
Based on existing organizational health indicators, track and collect innovative fundraising strategies in order to scale and deploy best practices across the Alliance.
Create, review and implement new and existing fund development strategies for building enhanced financial sustainability in our field organizations.
Oversee field-facing fund development programs, leading to increases in fundraising, awareness and support of NAMI’s mission.
Recruit and screen NAMI field organizations to become part of the NAMIWalks program and/or other programs/initiatives offered by the Field Resource Development team.
Work with the Strategic Alliances and Development team to leverage unrestricted revenue-generating opportunities throughout the field, maximizing collaboration among the various parts of the Alliance.
Lead and develop a high-performing remote team.
Leverage opportunities in the fundraising industry for NAMI in the professional Peer-to-Peer Fundraising space.
Manager, DIY, Field Resource Development
Full job description can be found at link.


Integrate DEI principles into the NAMI Do-It-Your Way program and other field-facing fund development programs and initiatives.
Manage and grow a portfolio of DIY fundraisers in partnership with NAMI field organizations.
Provide logistical, fundraising, and strategic support to NAMI field leaders who are part of the DIY and future fundraising programs.
Implement tools and strategies to recruit Youth participants.
Coach NAMI field leaders to help them stay on track and communicate with DIY participants and fundraisers.
Help manage the fundraising platform for NAMI Do-It-Your Way including, but not limited to, website management and reporting.
Create and update tools and resources for NAMI Do-It-Your-Way.
Provide support to Senior Managers on all Field Resource Development trainings (webinars, in-person, group and one-on-one) to help field leaders perform their duties most effectively.
Communicate regularly with field leaders via phone, email and Zoom
Contribute content to social media, weekly e-newsletters, website and/or collateral materials as needed.
Provide technical assistance and administrative support (e.g., managing priorities, timelines, tasks, due dates, and deliverables) to assist with day-to-day operations of the Field Resource Development team.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Manager, NAMIWalks, Field Resource Development
Full description can be found at link.


Integrate DEI principles into the NAMIWalks program and other field-facing fund development programs and initiatives.
Create and update tools and resources for the NAMIWalks program.
Coach Walk Managers and other Walk Leaders; help them stay on track and follow bestpractices to ensure program growth.
Manage special projects, as assigned (e.g., managing vendor relationships, coordinating National Teams programs, managing resource library, etc.).
Implement tools and strategies to recruit more Youth participants to the NAMIWalks program.
Provide support to Senior Managers on all FRD trainings (webinars, in-person, group and one-on-one) to help field leaders perform their duties most effectively.
Communicate regularly with field leaders via phone, email and Zoom.
Contribute content to social media, weekly e-newsletters, website and/or collateral materials as needed.
Provide technical assistance and administrative support (e.g., managing priorities, timelines, tasks, due dates and deliverables) to assist with day-to-day operations of the FRD team.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Coordinator, RUN FOR AUTISM
Organization for Autism Research
This is a hybrid position located in Arlington, VA.

The Organization for Autism Research (OAR) is seeking a Coordinator for its highly successful RUN FOR AUTISM program. This is a recruiting and fundraising position that demands a confident, outgoing person with organizational ability, an entrepreneurial flair, strong personal communication, telephone, and technology/social media skills. OAR is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to autism research. You can read about OAR and its mission at, The RUN FOR AUTISM program is OAR’s signature fundraising and awareness event.

Position - The person we’re looking for must be a self-starter and goal-oriented. The main responsibilities include recruiting runners, assisting and tracking fundraising, planning race weekend logistics and activities, developing and implementing marketing strategies, and keeping track of inventory, all while exploring new and innovative ways to expand the variety and reach of the program.

The Coordinator will work hand in hand with the Director and will participate as part of the RUN FOR AUTISM staff team at major events and activities. The duties include but are not limited to:
- Representing OAR at the pre-race Health & Fitness Runners’ Expos in Washington DC, Chicago, and possibly more.
- Being part of the RUN FOR AUTISM staff support team for in-person race weekend activities for the Marine Corps Marathon (Washington DC), Chicago Marathon, NYC Marathon, and possibly more.
- Planning and executing the annual Active for Autism 5K & Kids Dash in Northern Virginia.
- Execute the 2023 RUN FOR AUTISM plan/goals
- Examine ways to expand and improve the RUN FOR AUTISM program,

The Coordinator will immediately become part of a dynamic leadership and management team. At race weekend events they will represent all of OAR, and be the “go-to” person for not only runners’ questions, but information about the entire organization.
Director of Donor Engagement
National Breast Cancer Foundation
Would love for you to join our team!

The Director of Donor Engagement is responsible for leading the donor engagement team to sustain and grow NBCF's annual individual and recurring giving efforts by implementing major gifts strategies and best
practices. This position is responsible for driving the identification, cultivation, and solicitation with a priority on stewarding the relationships of individual and, particularly, high net worth prospects, foundations and donors, to meet annual revenue targets each year.
Charity Relationship Manager / BDM
Passionate about digital fundraising and building strong relationships? Come work for a leading global platform and have fun while working with amazing charities and partners.
Senior Sales Executive

Established relationships/contacts in target sales markets (Hospital Foundations, Charities & Philanthropy).

3+ years of SaaS sales experience.
Experience with Salesforce is an asset.
Strong communication skills.
Technology Director
Firefly Partners
Firefly Partners is seeking a mission-driven Inclusive Technical Director to come work with our internal project managers, digital strategists, designers, and other developers on the services teams to develop web-based solutions for our clients. Your passion should be finding the right technical solution for our clients that is centered in accessible and inclusive digital environments.

The Inclusive Technical Director has a proven track record of working with clients to identify the best tech architecture but also has deep understanding and can build custom solutions using third-party APIs and other tools and platforms This person will work with members of the Firefly team to create and maintain processes and resources, such as documentation or code repositories, that help to establish consistency and efficiencies in Firefly’s IT and development processes. This person proactively maintains a knowledge of WCAG web development best practices and owns the establishment and maintenance of Firefly’s coding standards and development processes.

If interested, read more and apply here!
Special Events Manager - Cycle for the Cause
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
The Special Events Manager - Cycle for the Cause is primarily responsible for Cycle for the Cause (C4C), The Center’s annual HIV/AIDS 3-day bike ride from Boston to New York. Specifically, the recruitment, engagement and training for all C4C participants, including providing the highest degree of cycling and fundraising training and inspiration, as well as the production and management of all hotel and event programming. This role will work collaboratively with other fundraising staff on all aspects of C4C and with departments across The Center, including communications and marketing and programs. They will also assist with the execution of select special events, in tandem with the Director of Special Events, that comprise The Center’s overall fundraising program.
Development Director, California
Senior Director of Walk
Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area Chapter
The Senior Director for Walk to End Alzheimer’s will play a key leadership role in achieving budgetary goals as part of the Alzheimer’s Association strategic plan. Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the signature fundraising event of the Alzheimer’s Association. As a member and leader of the comprehensive development team, the Sr. Walk Director will have primary responsibility for all (seven) Walk to End Alzheimer’s events in the chapter area driving revenue. The Sr. Walk Director will lead a team of four Walk staff. The Sr. Walk Director will lead the team in driving revenue generation through strategic relationship development and campaign operations. Key areas to ensure success include leading the Walk team to recruit, train and manage high-level volunteer planning committees to lead Walks in their respective communities in addition to cultivation, development, and retention of existing and new corporate partnerships.

It is preferred the position is located in the Greater Washington, D.C. area.

Walk Manager
Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area Chapter
Walk to End Alzheimer’s® ranks as the second-largest peer-to-peer fundraising event in the United States and continues to set the pace as one of the fastest-growing walk events in the country.

As Manager, Walk to End Alzheimer’s, you will be responsible for driving the success of a large walk event.
Leading a team of dynamic volunteer leaders, you will use your proven sales and relationship management skills to achieve revenue goals through positive engagement with corporate and community volunteer leaders. As a recognized and enthusiastic community mobilizer and networker, you will exponentially increase brand awareness as you cultivate relationships with key C-suite corporate and community partners.

Your success at recruiting, coaching, and empowering volunteers will ensure strong volunteer committee retention and succession planning that sets your event up for success for years to come. As an ambitious fundraiser in the peer-to-peer space, you will coach and inspire your volunteers, teams, and participants to set fundraising goals that propel your event to one of the most successful in the country.

Associate Director, Illinois
Arthritis Foundation
Associate Directors (AD) are responsible for partnering closely with their Executive Directors (ED) and community volunteer leaders to support and execute an annual plan of work that addresses the unique needs of the arthritis community in their assigned market(s) including revenue generation, special event fundraising, mission outreach and awareness activities. AD’s recruit, develop and manage event committees and volunteers to achieve goals from the annual plan.

Partners with EDs and volunteers to build empowered communities to directly deliver and expand outreach and increase awareness of Foundation’s programs and services.
Supports ED and volunteers, ensuring sound plans are established for revenue generation, special event fundraising, mission outreach and awareness.
Directly implement and execute annual plan which includes planning events, raising funds, soliciting sponsors and coordinating outreach.
Recruit the “right” volunteers for local committee roles while also growing a diverse and engaged volunteer pipeline that fosters volunteer recruitment, recognition, training, and leadership development.
Cultivates, stewards and advances relationships with corporate partners, healthcare providers and other key constituents within the market.
Actively participates in building a culture of philanthropy by building dynamic, impactful volunteer committees. Key contributor to the development of a high-performing market; creates an environment of ownership, excellence and tenacity where volunteers and staff are committed to achieve market goals.

Associate Director, Jingle Bell Run/Walk to Cure Arthritis
Arthritis Foundation
The Associate Director - Jingle Bell Run/Walk to Cure Arthritis, will implement, coordinate and manage assigned Jingle Bell Run and/or Walk to Cure Arthritis fundraising events within the assigned Region to attain and exceed financial goals. The Associate Director will also solicit, train and empower an effective volunteer base of community leaders to take the lead in meeting financial goals. This position acts as liaison between the Arthritis Foundation, its volunteers, and the local community. The Associate Director reports to the Executive Director in the assigned markets. The Associate Director recruits, trains, and manages volunteers, and develops/maintains relationships with business leaders, corporate worksites, community organizations, Health Care Providers and others in the communities assigned for the purposes of raising funds to support the mission of the Arthritis Foundation.

Business Systems Manager
Arthritis Foundation
Works collaboratively with Arthritis Foundation departments to develop project plans, monitor budgets, as well as provide project management and implementation for various SaaS business systems projects. Maintain, troubleshoot, monitor, and optimize mission-critical business systems. This role will have administrative, IT team lead of these systems. The successful Business Systems Manager is a flexible, self-starter who can effectively manage multiple tasks to completion, work independently, implement SaaS platforms to vendor specifications, ensure adequate documentation, maintenance, modification, license renewal, and decommissioning of SaaS/cloud-based system platforms.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES (Principal responsibilities or job duties)

Analyze business need or problem and implement solutions to resolve the problem or improve processes
Identify and correct underutilization of platform resources
Resolve trouble tickets for Business IT and Donor systems in a timely manner, escalate when necessary to the appropriate team or vendor
Meet regularly with business unit teams to address support and systems function inquires
Manage daily/weekly/monthly tasks related to systems application support activities for Donor Reporting
Administer and manage user roles and permissions for proper access to donor systems
Create formal documentation for systems processes
Collaborate with vendors and other IT personnel to facilitate timely problem resolution or system implementations
Utilize expertise to streamline processes to enhance system efficiencies
Provide support, incident management, and communications for systems service/support requests
Ensure consistent online messaging and brand compliance on a given platform
Ensure the collection and transfer of key data from business systems to databases
Manager, Volunteer Engagement
Arthritis Foundation
The Manager, Volunteer Engagement is responsible for providing resources, tools and support to volunteers and their staff partners. With overall responsibility for the management of the volunteer portal as a primary tool in the recruitment and onboarding of volunteers, the manager will mobilize and activate volunteers in support of the mission of the Foundation. The Manager will provide information and support to volunteers and their staff partners based on nationwide strategies and priorities. The Manager will also help develop and implement new programs related to recruitment, retention, training and recognition of volunteers and will provide feedback for process improvements based on input from volunteers and staff.
Associate Director, San Diego
Arthritis Foundation
Associate Directors (AD) are responsible for partnering closely with their Executive Directors (ED) and community volunteer leaders to support and execute an annual plan of work that addresses the unique needs of the arthritis community in their assigned market(s) including revenue generation, special event fundraising, mission outreach and awareness activities. AD’s recruit, develop and manage event committees and volunteers to achieve goals from the annual plan. The Associate Director will split time between San Diego and Orange County Markets and will be based in San Diego.

Digital Advertising Manager
Streetlight Digital
Streetlight Digital is seeking a Digital Advertising Manager to work closely with Direct Response and Peer-to-Peer Strategists to propel forward the success of fundraising programs at some of the most prestigious nonprofit organizations in this country. The Manager will engage with the team to plan and execute a range of digital fundraising, advertising, and operational activities as well as to provide analytical and reporting support that is critical to the team’s success.

Your work will impact the missions that support kids with cancer, veterans, individuals with life-threatening and life-altering diseases and so many more.


Manage, review, and perform daily account responsibilities associated with Google AdWords, Yahoo, Bing, Facebook and other social platforms for a variety of clients.
Maintain and monitor keyword bids, account daily and monthly budget caps, impression share, quality score and other important account metrics.
Provide creative copy and design suggestions for social advertising campaigns.
Provide recommendations and execute strategies for keyword opportunities, campaign structuring, targeting, display network, and other facets of paid search in accordance with client goals.
Provide oversight and manage new paid search campaigns, ad groups, and accounts, and aid in the creation of paid search marketing initiatives.
Provide oversight, manage, and be able to generate weekly and monthly client reporting for all major metrics, goals tracking, revenue tracking, and other paid search initiatives.
Monitor and administer web analytics dashboards, reports and key reporting tools, and point out key areas of importance in accordance with client goals.
Communicate to team and management on project development, timelines, and results to meet client goals.
Passion for SEM, paid social, brand and nonprofit marketing.

Please visit our website for full details!

Peer-to-Peer Communications Strategist
Streetlight Digital
Provide strategic guidance to clients to develop and drive a proactive cross-channel communications strategy to promote client’s mission and fundraising efforts
Develop and maintain positive and professional relationships with clients and colleagues
Manage day-to-day content development, support website development, consult on advertising strategies and use data and industry best practices to recommend ways to optimize campaigns for success towards identified acquisition and fundraising goals
Actively use P2P fundraising platforms especially for, but not limited to, developing email campaigns; creating, testing and validating audiences; testing; sending; tracking and assessing emails
Initiate assessment of and recommend changes to email communications and website strategies based on results, benchmarking, and adoption of emerging communication platforms
Identify KPIs and metrics that support assessment and progress towards goals and objectives; provide regular and ad hoc reporting with insights and recommendations
Stays abreast of industry developments to maintain the professional competence, knowledge, and skills necessary for the satisfactory performance of all assigned responsibilities including: changes in regulations, technology, and best practices


Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Journalism, Communications or Marketing
Minimum 5 years of experience in a communications & fundraising role
Excellent writer able to draft nuanced communications on a variety of topics
Experience working on a peer-to-peer fundraising program, which may include Walk, Endurance, DIY and/or youth programs
Builds on strategic and innovative thoughts/ideas

Development Manger, DMV
Susan G. Komen
The Development Manager serves as a leader and member of a community-based fundraising team for Susan G. Komen. This position will play a key role in the implementation of a year-round fundraising program. The Development Manager will assist in reaching the local market revenue goals.

The key fundraising program and focus of the Development Manager will be the MORE THAN PINK Walk/Race for the Cure: the signature events for Susan G. Komen.  This will include recruitment, retention and cultivation of corporate teams, top fundraisers, survivors / those living with metastatic disease, as well as executing the logistics of the event. This position will also be responsible for managing other revenue-generating activities for the market as decided but the market leadership.  
Lowvelo Event Manager
MUSC Hollings Cancer Center
Under the direction of the Director of the Hollings Cancer Center (HCC) and the HCC Director of Development, the HCC Lowvelo Manager oversees the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the fundraising and enterprise/community events for Lowvelo, the HCC annual fundraising bike ride. The Event Manager will work to ensure the event’s success and provide an exceptional experience for attendees, staff, and volunteers. This position will collaborate with the HCC Development and HCC Strategic Communications/Brand team to develop specific fundraising goals and annual budgets and to ensure integrated messaging and communication strategies.

* The successful candidate will interface with multiple partners to execute an annual bicycling event of 1000 riders with a budget in excess of $1M and robust philanthropic projections. 
* The position of HCC Lowvelo Manager is critical to the success of the overall development efforts of HCC.
* Responsibilities will include securing significant corporate sponsorship, managing a $1M + budget, recruiting, training and inspiring riders, staff and a large number of volunteers, managing senior leadership schedules to interface with corporate and community members and serving as the primary face of Lowvelo in the community and throughout the state.

Preferred Qualifications:
* 5 + years of related event or development experience; proven fundraising success with corporate partners in a nonprofit, corporate or foundation environment; demonstrated ability to independently develop relationships; ability to work with outside volunteers/donors to manage and support peer to peer fundraising efforts; execute multiple timelines, budgets and logistics; ability to motivate people in to action; knowledge of  marketing and administration of large scale sporting/fundraising events is a plus; experience with peer to peer fundraising software and campaigns; strong written and oral communication skills.
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Engagement Coordinator, Obliteride and Peer-to-Peer
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center is an independent, nonprofit organization providing adult cancer treatment and groundbreaking research focused on cancer and infectious diseases. Based in Seattle, Fred Hutch is the only National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center in Washington.

The Engagement Coordinator, Obliteride & Peer-to-Peer, is part of the Experience & Engagement team within the Philanthropy department and reports to the Engagement and Stewardship Manager, Obliteride. Our peer-to-peer programs, including Obliteride, aim to connect and empower participants and supporters who want to channel their passion and do something to raise funds to end cancer. The Engagement Coordinator is responsible for engaging and supporting current and prospective participants and donors across our peer-to-peer programs, including providing online, phone, and in-person support related to registration, fundraising, event logistics, and incentives, and supporting team members working with teams, donors, and sponsors. He/she/they will take initiative, carry out core responsibilities collaboratively, and work well within a complex organization. They will maintain professionalism, show flexibility, be customer service focused, bring strong attention to detail, handle multiple tasks and changing priorities, and remain composed under pressure of deadlines. The Coordinator will be able to effectively communicate the mission, values, and scope of the institution.

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Instagram Product Manager
We are looking for an amazing consultant for a three month contract to help us supercharge Instagram fundraising.

See job posting linked below for all details.
Programs Coordinator
Ulman Foundation
As the Program Coordinator you will help to recruit participants, plan and execute our portfolio of peer-to-peer fundraising experiences and events. This includes planning and marketing of events to interested parties, as well as recruiting, onboarding, supporting, and managing ongoing relationships with the fundraisers who participate in them. The portfolio of events and experiences this role supports may include our Key to Keys, Point to Point, or Mission to Vine multi-day experiences, our New York City Marathon, Baltimore Running Festival and Honolulu Marathon teams, as well as any Partnered Events, Do-It-Yourself Fundraisers, and other future events and experiences that may arise. In this role you will be responsible for working with the Events & Experiences team, the Marketing team, the Development team and others to ensure that our peer-to-peer experiences and events are filled, that the fundraisers successfully meet their fundraising goals, that they have a positive experience within the programs they are a part of, and that they are appropriately stewarded on an ongoing basis to ensure they continue to support and engage with the Ulman Foundation community and mission.
Manager, Field Development
Autism Speaks
At Autism Speaks, we remain steadfast in our commitment to being a trusted and caring resource for our community and constituents from the time of diagnosis through adult life.

In this role, you will report to the Area Executive Director! You will quickly learn that her leadership values are passion, resilience and honesty.

PURPOSE: Raise funds for Autism Speaks by recruiting and managing volunteers, raising awareness, and implementing fundraising and mission-related events to achieve revenue goals.


Achieve the revenue goals for assigned fundraising events in Area.
Work with supervisor to establish and implement planning timelines, income goals, and expense budget and participant recruitment strategies.
Execute events in partnership with volunteer leadership, specifically managing committee recruitment and retention.
Achieve the assigned fundraising goals by implementing the strategies identified in the business plan, including sponsorship, corporate recruitment and retention and mission integration.
Support the local implementation of global campaigns of Autism Speaks sometimes in collaboration with Outreach Director for region.
Manage the day-to-day operations of assigned area events, including event logistics, data entry, acknowledgements, and materials management.
Manage and provide administrative support to volunteer committees.
Make presentations to businesses, organizations and community groups to secure sponsorship, recruit teams and committee volunteers and manage accounts on a year-round basis.
Integrate digital marketing initiatives, such as email campaigns, fundraising websites, as well as other forms of digital outreach.

Director, Corporate Engagement
Ulman Foundation
As the Ulman Foundation Director of Corporate Engagement you will be responsible for creating and executing strategies that engage corporate partners, both large and small, in our community and in supporting our mission. You will personally identify and manage a portfolio of prospects, relationships, and partnerships focused on involving business leaders and employees in volunteering, fundraising, event attendance and sponsorship, and philanthropy. You will serve as a member of the organization’s leadership team, and as a key partner to the rest of our Development, Events & Experiences, and Service & Care Delivery teams
Project Manager III /SR. PM
Zuri Group
Project Manager III serves as the central point of contact and management for client projects and internal initiatives.  The position interfaces with all areas and stakeholders of the project, including end users (including company executives), distributors, and vendors.  To succeed in this role, they must be able to blend technical competence with the ability to effectively manage several large high-priority projects concurrently under the general direction of the Program Manager. Our client projects move quickly and require technical system knowledge to effectively understand and control the project scope, gauge appropriate level of effort, and plan adequate quality assurance. This includes coordinating Zuri project resources (consultants, business analysts, developers, etc.) and the client team to deliver projects on time, on budget, and to meet client expectations. 

Job responsibilities often include elements outside of a typical project management role, and can extend into functional or technical consulting, business analysis, best practice use of fundraising technology, and QA. The successful project manager is energized by the diversity of the role and welcomes the opportunity to explore these areas.
Philanthropy Associate - Strategic Events
Northwestern Memorial Foundation
Full job description can be found at link.

The Philanthropy Associate performs a critical role on Northwestern Memorial Foundation’s (NMF) fundraising team. They are responsible for working with NMF managers, directors, vice presidents and other NMF team members to administer and coordinate activities and initiatives, completing projects as assigned.

NMF raises funds to support the health system’s strategic goals to deliver exceptional care and experience, advance and extend medical science and knowledge and enhance people, culture and resources through: (1) raising planned, principal and major gifts, (2) cultivating and stewarding donors, and (3) fostering a culture of philanthropy at NMHC.


Lead the strategy, fundraising, marketing, communication and execution for a portfolio of fundraising and/or donor relations events to support philanthropic priorities.
Cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of current and prospective corporate and individual donors.
Recruit, secure and manage event host and/or fundraising committee members including effectively communicating the roles and expectations, creating meeting agendas, securing meeting rooms, taking minutes, and sending post-meeting summaries.
Track and report event metrics, post-event analyses and key performance indicators.
Maintain event budgets in accordance with the strategic event team’s goals and objectives, while keeping the event fresh and exciting year after year.
Oversee event logistics in partnership with the Northwestern Memorial HealthCare events team. This includes event timeline, mailing list, vendor selection, décor, design, production of collateral and volunteer needs and recruitment.
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