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Rancho Santa Fe Foundation The Grants Manager is responsible for developing and overseeing the grantmaking functions of Rancho Santa Fe Foundation. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and working closely with the Grants and Projects Committee (GPC), this position will develop, inform, and implement the Foundation’s grantmaking strategy, lead the Foundation’s discretionary grantmaking activities, and develop and implement the Foundation’s evaluation and learning efforts.
Rancho Santa Fe Foundation The Staff Accountant is a part-time position responsible for performing the essential accounting activities necessary to maintain the fiscal integrity of the Foundation. Reporting to and collaborating closely with the Controller, this position is responsible for entering contributions and grants into the Foundation’s accounting system, processing accounts payable, performing monthly reconciliations, assisting the Controller to prepare monthly financial reports, and providing support for the annual audit.
Sr. Major Director of Major Gifts
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Executive Assistant/Office Manager
Boys to Men Mentoring The Executive Assistant/Office Manager’s primary responsibility is managing day-to-day functions for the organization, serving as the liaison and first point of contact for all incoming inquiries and the general public, and supporting the organization’s human resources. Will provide administrative support for the Executive Director.
Senior Director Direct Response/Annual Giving
Greater Chicago Food Depository Reporting to the Chief Philanthropy Officer, the Senior Director Direct Response /Annual Giving is responsible for driving the overall strategic direction, management, and growth of the Food Depository’s Direct Response and Annual Giving Programs. Leading efforts within Direct Response, Monthly Giving, Special Campaigns, Tribute/Memorial, Workplace and Mid-Level Giving. This position is responsible for an annual revenue goal of $27 million out of the $44 million overall Individual Giving goal. This individual will support and advance key equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts in our overall fundraising. The Senior Director of Direct Response/Annual Giving serves as a member of Development Leadership, the Cross Department Leadership team, and other cross-departmental project teams as needed.
Greater Chicago Food Depository The Grants Manager position is on the Corporations, Foundations and Organizations (CFO) team. This person will supervise one full-time Grant Writer and primarily focus on writing narratives for corporate, foundation, organization and select government grants. The individual will collaborate with team members across the organization to maintain updated knowledge of the Food Depository’s current programs and emerging work. A successful candidate will be familiar with Chicago’s philanthropic landscape and possess strong relationship building, project management and strategic thinking skills.
Key Responsibilities and Essential Functions
Leads the process for complete submissions (grant proposals, reports and other pieces of writing for corporate, foundation and organization partners), in adherence with deadlines, including narratives, budgets, communication/recognition and other materials as requested by the donor, under the direction of CFO leadership Coordinates grant calendar of approximately 200-250 annual deadlines, including grant proposals, reports, and other documents and correspondence in accordance with donors’ guidelines and criteria Prepares compelling, competitive narratives for corporate, foundation, organization and select government grant applications with program and accounting staff Strategically engages members of Community Impact, MAVEN, Youth Programs, Veterans and Older Adult Programs, Benefits Outreach, AmeriCorps, Finance, IT, Food Resources, Meal Production, and Workforce Development teams to develop and strengthen relationship management strategies for donors (ensure grant requirements are being met, acquire information to craft into narratives for donors, provide regular updates and track performance progress) Attends webinars and information sessions about upcoming opportunities as appropriate, and report out on opportunity to appropriate team members
Director of Philanthropy
Women's Resource Center PAY RANGE: $100,045 - $125,056 JOB DESCRIPTION: The Director of Philanthropy will provide strategic direction and leadership for all aspects of the fundraising and marketing program at WRC, including campaigns, individual giving, corporate and foundation giving, government grants, special events and external marketing and communications. The Director of Philanthropy will be entrusted to grow new and existing funding streams, thereby diversifying the organization’s revenue base. The position designs and implements strategies to provide resource development oversight and growth through a written fundraising plan. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Lead, develop and execute fundraising strategies, including individual giving, corporate giving, special events, foundation, nonprofit and government grants. • Oversee the external marketing and communications efforts including direct mail, digital fundraising, website, and social media platforms. • Integrate development and marketing/communications strategies to maximize WRC’s brand exposure and fundraising opportunities. • Build and maintain portfolio of major gift donors. • Build a strong corporate foundation giving pipeline. • Recruit new monthly donors and cultivate relationships with current monthly donors. • Working with the CEO, conduct tours of WRC to help showcase our programs to future and current donors. • In conjunction with the CEO, establish and implement a comprehensive fundraising plan with clear success metrics. • Establish policies, systems, and procedures, with a special emphasis on professionalism and ethical standards, for soliciting, acknowledging, tracking and reporting gifts. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor’s degree; CFRE Credential preferred. • 5+ years proven track record of securing $100,000+ gifts from individuals, corporations and foundations.
Please send a copy of your cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
WA Therapy Fund Foundation The development director is responsible for the organization’s fundraising efforts and works to build & maintain relationships, securing philanthropic support that helps to help execute themission statement,and guides the therapy fund foundation to achieve its charitable goals
*This position is 98% work from home.