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Director of Philanthropy & Event Manager
Audubon of Kansas
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Grants Manager
Faith in Public Life
This position is responsible for managing Faith in Public Life/Faith in Public Life Action’s grants including: proposal and report writing, systems-based grant tracking, foundation relationship management, and identifying and evaluating new foundation funding opportunities. (More details on website!)
Director of Research (remote within continental U.S.)
Funders for LGBTQ Issues
The Director of Research serves a crucial leadership role in implementing Funders for LGBTQ Issues' new strategic plan with respect to our research, tracking, and reporting work to support LGBTQ communities through philanthropic action. Please see the link for the full job description, and instructions on how to apply!
Vice president for development
National Women’s Law Center
Lead fundraising for gender justice legal, policy, narrative change nonprofit!
Grants Manager
Faith in Public Life
This position is responsible for managing Faith in Public Life/Faith in Public Life Action’s grants including: proposal and report writing, systems-based grant tracking, foundation relationship management, and identifying and evaluating new foundation funding opportunities.
Director of Communications
if, A Foundation for Radical Possibility
if, A Foundation for Radical Possibility (if) envisions Black people and people of the global majority living powerfully, abundantly, and beautifully in healthy, self-determined communities free of social, economic, and ideological violence. 

if achieves this vision by centering the leadership and expertise of Black people and people of the global majority in the Washington, D.C. region who live at the sharpest intersection of systems of oppression, in particular race, class, and gender identity. 

if is an evolution of the Consumer Health Foundation, a private foundation that has provided more than $27 million in grants to nonprofits in the Washington, D.C. region. In 2021, the foundation rebranded alongside the launch of a new strategic plan focused on racial justice, grounded in the belief that eliminating health inequities cannot be achieved without it. 

Position Overview:

The Director of Communications will create a strategic communications plan that substantively raises if’s visibility among foundations, supporters, and nonprofits that share if’s commitment to centering the leadership and power of Black people and people of the global majority. The Director will also lead the organization’s work on narrative change as if works to shift narratives about anti-Black racism and its ill impacts on society and create new narratives that center the voices of people who live at the sharpest intersection of systems of oppression such as race, class, and gender identity.

The Director will drive an adept, inventive, and mission-aligned communication strategy encompassing media relations, thought leadership, social, and online tactics that build awareness of community member and grantee partner stories, the foundation’s theory of change, and its programmatic work. 
Associate Director
The Getty Foundation
As a member of the Getty Foundation’s leadership team and reporting to the Director of the Foundation, the Associate Director will be responsible for overseeing and enhancing as needed, an effective local, national, and international grantmaking strategy for the organization. The successful candidate will be someone experienced in philanthropy who fosters teamwork, cultivates a culture of service, and can align policies and organizational systems to accomplish the programmatic mission of the Foundation.

The Foundation is working to expand into additional areas of interest, including sustainability and the arts, expanded partnerships, and new approaches to grantmaking. In partnership with the Director, the Associate Director will develop and deliver a strategy for this new era of grantmaking and provide leadership and guidance to the program staff. The Associate Director will also be responsible for establishing evaluation and learning processes to assess the impact of the Getty Foundation’s grant initiatives and will contribute to Getty-wide strategic priorities, working with staff across the institution. To be successful, the Associate Director must be flexible and change-oriented, building on the Foundation’s past while embracing its future, and capable of conveying a compelling vision for new initiatives and directions that is fully embraced by staff, grantees, and other constituents.
Finance and Operations Manager
Faith in Public Life

Work closely with FPL/A’s external accounting team to ensure that the organization(s) are implementing best fiduciary stewardship practices for all financial processes.
In consultation with FPL/A’s external accounting team, ensure timely bill payments and invoice processing
Track all contracting/consulting relationships, providing template contracts and ensuring contracts are signed for all vendor relationships and W9’s are provided
Ensure expense reports are submitted within one month of expense occurrence, for all organizational credit cards as well as staff submissions
Maintain and ensure validity of all organization registrations including but not limited to: business licenses, entity registration, charitable solicitation registration, etc.
Manage organizational credit card accounts, collecting receipts, coding, and submitting expense reports, in coordination with external accounting vendor, Marcum.
Manage all bills that come through the administrative account and submit them for payment. This includes but is not limited to: benefits, property rent, legal counsel, etc.

Technology and Systems

Serve as the liaison between FPL’s external IT vendor, Marcum, and all staff

In collaboration with Marcum IT, identify and execute opportunities to enhance FPL’s security, storage, data, and overall IT practices, in line with industry best practices

Serve as the main point of contact for FPL staff on all software-related concerns:

Document all IT policies as they are created, and disseminate them to staff and leadership

Collaborate with internal departments on resource management, documenting processes, and maintaining records and trends in resource management
Lead Community Organizer
African Communities Together
African Communities Together (ACT) seeks an experienced and dynamic grassroots organizer to lead our immigration campaigns. The Lead Community Organizer will drive ACT’s base-building and leadership development among African immigrants impacted by federal immigration policies and play a lead role in ACT’s national immigration policy campaigns. The successful candidate will have extensive experience in organizing immigrant and BIPOC communities.

Key Responsibilities include:

Lead efforts to expand and enhance ACT’s existing membership base among African immigrants with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) membership base, ensuring that TPS and DED beneficiaries are centered in ACT’s advocacy and organizing efforts.
Organize meetings, workshops, and other events that provide opportunities for members to connect, share their experiences, and work collectively on issues of common concern.
Work closely with ACT chapters in DC/MD/VA, NY, and PA to strengthen membership, build leadership capacity, and support local and national advocacy efforts.

Community Organizing:

In collaboration with the National Policy Director, engage and mobilize ACT’s membership base on immigration issues, through targeted grassroots campaigns and outreach. Lead a broad range of activities to build community power, such as community meetings, rallies, direct actions, and civic engagement activities.
Leadership Development:

Identity, recruit, and train member leaders, building a robust leadership pipeline within the organization.
Provide ongoing training and support to leadership committee members, helping them develop the skills and knowledge needed to lead effective organizing and mobilization campaigns.
Coalition Building and External Relations:

Build and maintain strong relationships with partner organizations, coalitions, elected officials, and other key stakeholders.
Represent ACT at public events, coalition meetings, and in the media.
Portfolio Manager, Fiscal Sponsorship
NEO Philanthrop
Reporting to the Co-Directors, the Portfolio Manager will be a seasoned member of a team working with a portfolio of diverse projects within the FiscalSponsorship Program, comprised of approximately 50 projects. In the context of the team, the Portfolio Manager receives support, manages a complex portfolio, and experiences moderate room for growth within the team. The ideal candidate is an organized, reliable, and detail oriented problem-solver with excellent judgment and significant prior experience in the nonprofit sector. They enjoy building relationships, adapting their working style to collaborate effectively with others, and bringing humor and compassion to their work. They thrive in a perpetual learning environment. They may have prior experience with a fiscal sponsorship practice and/or donor advised funds.

This position works closely with our Legal, Finance, Operations, and Human Resources staff to ensure the highest quality service to our fiscally sponsored projects and their donors. The ideal person will have a basic understanding of nonprofit operations, including finance, grants administration, legal compliance, and human resources. Experience with 501(c)(3) permissible lobbying and/or differentiating between 501(C)(3) and 501(c)(4) work would be a plus. This person has worked in a fast-paced environment, with responsibility for multiple time-sensitive deliverables. They are able to deliver exceptional customer service and set appropriate boundaries when faced with challenging demands. They work efficiently, independently, and proactively suggest process improvements.
Managing Director
Maria Fund
Uniting as a people without borders, Boricuas on the island and in the U.S. are coming together to support and sustain transformative change for Puerto Rico. Join us! We are looking for a strategic and collaborative leader to be our Managing Director.

¡Ven a darle vida a nuestra misión! The Managing Director will serve as a critical leader of the María Fund, working in close partnership with our Executive Director to give life to our evolving strategic vision by operationalizing it throughout all parts of the organization.

The María Fund is a social justice intermediary. We raise, mobilize, and create resources; provide capacity building; promote leadership development; and amplify the narratives of an aligned ecosystem of social justice leaders, organizations and initiatives that are building community power in Puerto Rico. We are a connector, builder, and funder of our movement, with a deep commitment to creating space to think bigger and urgency to act effectively toward a larger vision: a Puerto Rico where we are free, interdependent, interconnected people. As a movement, we strive for a real democracy, one where public decisions represent the will of the people; a democracy that is sovereign, diverse, plural, and horizontal. A democracy that centers and makes possible an intersectional agenda of equity, inclusion and justice. We value centering love, healing, and joy on our path to collective liberation.

San Juan, Puerto Rico, $80K + benefits. Full position details + how to apply here:
Senior Director & Associate
Ktisis Capital
Ktisis, a progressive philanthropic consulting firm, is hiring for two roles - a Senior Director and Associate. See the link for more info!
North Star Fund
North Star Fund is a social justice fund that supports grassroots organizing led by communities of color building power in New York City and the Hudson Valley. We also organize people across race and class to give in support of social justice movements.

We were founded over 40 years ago by a group of New Yorkers who wanted to disrupt traditional philanthropic practices. They built the fund to be a collective giving community where donors support movements AND support a different way to practice philanthropy—specifically, by shifting power and resources into the hands of community organizers who make our grantmaking decisions. We began with a small handful of donors and today, we have over 1,400 donors who moved $15.3 million through our grant programs last year alone. North Star Fund supports emerging grassroots groups, and provides year-round programming to help organizers build and sustain their work.

This position is a full-time position at 32 hours per week. The Controller will report to the Finance and Operations Director and will regularly partner with other staff. North Star Fund staff is currently working from home and has not yet set a date for return to our physical office. The Controller will be expected to be available for meetings and events in the communities we serve (New York City and Hudson Valley) and therefore must reside within daily commutable distance from these locations (particularly New York City where we maintain a main office).

Please see the link for responsibilities, compensation and other details—and to apply!
Vice President of Operations
Liberation Ventures
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Vice President of Movement Building
Liberation Ventures
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Program Officer, Human Rights Program
Heising-Simons Foundation
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Program Associate, Environment
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
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Deputy Director Of Development
National Network of Abortion Funds
The Deputy Director of Development (DDD) will join the Executive team at NNAF as an important voice and contributor for the organization’s ongoing mission to best serve the funds in our network. The last several years have brought in a high volume of donations and grants to the organization, driven by the ongoing threat of dwindling access to abortion, and the DDD will be responsible for developing a strategy to engage, develop, and maintain those donors, sustaining NNAF in the long term.
Deputy Director of People and Culture
National Network of Abortion Funds
The incoming Deputy Director of People and Culture (DDPC) has the unique opportunity to join NNAF during a moment of strategic restructuring to meet the need of an ever changing movement at an organization that has experienced rapid growth over the last few years, serving as a partner and co-conspirator to our team, network, and board. This is the time to refine and reassess policies and procedures to lead us to the future we want.
Director of Development
Decolonizing Wealth Project
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Program Administrator, New Work Exploration
MacArthur Foundation
The MacArthur Foundation is beginning to explore new areas of work (the “what” of grantmaking); the New Work Exploration team is responsible for managing the process of researching, developing, and proposing potential new areas of grantmaking to Foundation leadership and the Board. It also identifies and amplifies innovative or enhanced modes of work (the “how” of grantmaking) for the Foundation.

The Program Administrator is an integral part of the New Work Exploration team, including active participation in meetings, seminars, site visits, etc. The Program Administrator works closely with the Project Management and Research Associate to ensure smooth operations and reports to the Managing Director, Discovery, Exploration, and Programs.

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Vice President for Equity and Justice
Northern California Grantmakers
The VP will lead the organization’s efforts to clarify further the implications of centering equity across programs, membership activities, and internal operations, guiding the institution to greater impact in alignment with its strategic vision.

Northern California Grantmakers (NCG) is a dynamic, growing membership organization that brings the philanthropic community together to shift resources, capital, and power back to historically marginalized communities leading transformative change.

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Senior Research Operations Manager
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
We are seeking a dynamic and outcome-oriented Research Program Manager to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing a portfolio of research programs, including managing relationships with stakeholders, ensuring the programs adhere to the highest standards, and ensuring timely and effective delivery of project outcomes.

The Redwood City, CA base pay range for this role is $163,000 - $245,000. New hires are typically hired into the lower portion of the range, enabling employee growth in the range over time. Actual placement in range is based on job-related skills and experience, as evaluated throughout the interview process. Pay ranges outside Redwood City are adjusted based on cost of labor in each respective geographical market. Your recruiter can share more about the specific pay range for your location during the hiring process.

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Sr. Director of Development
Faith in Public Life
This role is responsible for developing, managing and implementing a proactive fundraising strategy for the organization. See the position posting for more info.
Director, School Development and Success, Education
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
The work of CZI Education’s organization is aimed at ensuring that every student — not just a lucky few — can get an education that’s tailored to their individual needs and supports every aspect of their development. The Director, School Development and Success, Education will be part of the Product leadership team. The Product team’s culture is mission-driven, entrepreneurial, and committed to building transformative education products. We need your help to continue building on our mission as we introduce new products into the market.

The Redwood City, CA base pay range for this role is 225,000 - 338,000. New hires are typically hired into the lower portion of the range, enabling employee growth in the range over time. Actual placement in range is based on job-related skills and experience, as evaluated throughout the interview process. Pay ranges outside Redwood City are adjusted based on cost of labor in each respective geographical market. Your recruiter can share more about the specific pay range for your location during the hiring process.
Staff Product Designer, Education
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
We're looking for a mission-driven Staff Product Designer passionate about education and innovating to join the Education Design Team. The Education team has several work streams building ambitious 0 > 1 pilots to address needs of teachers and students as well as an effort to look ahead at emerging needs and technologies (i.e. AI). In this role you will have the opportunity to both be a multiplier to pilot teams and help identify which problems to solve next.
Vice President, Science Grant Programs
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
The CZI Science team is seeking a Vice President of Science Grant Programs (FUND) to oversee the funding programs at CZI. The position will report to the Head of Science and will be a key member of the senior science leadership at CZI, along with the Head of Science Technology, the Chief Technology Officer of the Biohub Network, and the Vice President of Science Operations. The Grants Program currently comprises a portfolio including Single-Cell Biology, Imaging, the Neurodegeneration Challenge Network, Open Science, and Science in Society. Learn more about our specific programs at:

The Redwood City, CA base pay range for this role is $382,000 - $611,000. New hires are typically hired into the lower portion of the range, enabling employee growth in the range over time. Actual placement in range is based on job-related skills and experience, as evaluated throughout the interview process. Pay ranges outside Redwood City are adjusted based on cost of labor in each respective geographical market. Your recruiter can share more about the specific pay range for your location during the hiring process.
Managing Director
Justice For Greenwood

Justice for Greenwood (JFG) is a nationally recognized Civil Rights, 501(c)(3) advocacy organization founded in April 2020 as an outgrowth of our founder and executive director’s 25+ years of work fighting for justice and reparations the founders of Greenwood and victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. The goals of our organization are to secure economic justice, racial justice, and reparations for those who built Greenwood and were impacted by the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and its continuing harm. Our current work focuses on public education, advocacy, direct services, and impact litigation.

Job Status:                  Full-time, Exempt
Reports To:                 Executive Director
Compensation:           Salary range for this position is $85,000 - $105,000.  Pay for this position is commensurate with experience and responsibilities.
Comprehensive Benefits includes:
* 100% employee medical, dental, vision insurance
* Retirement Savings Account (Simple IRA) with up to 3% match upon eligibility
* Up to 18 PTO days during first year of service
* Annual professional development budget for expenses ($1,000 of which $250 can roll over each year)
* 12 Paid Holidays including Juneteenth, as well as a winter holiday for the last week of the year

Justice for Greenwood is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or any other basis made unlawful by applicable federal, state, or local laws or regulations.

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