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Development and Communications Associate
Center for Urban Community Services | CUCS
CUCS is seeking a Development and Communications Associate for its Development and Communications Department. This position plays an important role in CUCS’s efforts to develop and grow relationships with institutional and individual donors. In collaboration with the Director of Development and Communications and the Associate Director of Development, the position will help develop and implement strategies to increase donations from individuals and institutional donors, expand fundraising events, and develop new revenue streams for CUCS.

Manager, Corporate & Community Development
The Morgan Adams Foundation
The ideal candidate must have proven success in fundraising and/or sales and relationship management. Exceptional organizational and written and verbal communication skills are necessary for this position, as is the ability to multitask, meet deadlines and achieve results in a team environment.

This individual will identify new opportunities to grow portfolio engagement across all fundraising channels to increase revenue, including corporate partnerships, special events and individual giving. A successful candidate will manage and steward a portfolio of corporate and individual relationships and work as a team player to drive growth that achieves our mission and revenue goals.

Responsible for both new business development and the stewardship and growth of an active, current portfolio of partnerships which provide funding for our mission (including sponsorship, retail campaigns, corporate employee volunteerism and corporate giving campaigns, and other partnerships)
Develop and execute unique, engaging fundraising strategies to raise $250,000 – $500,000 annually from corporate and community partners
Work to enthusiastically grow additional avenues of revenue
Oversee stewardship activities; ensure a high-touch response rate and a high level of customer service to sponsors and community partners
Creatively originate, research, pursue and secure appropriate new partnership opportunities
Develop revenue projections and provide financial analysis on all partnerships
Serve as a member of the development team, influencing and driving relationships and best practices to accomplish financial goals
Work with high-level volunteers to cultivate new resources and partnerships
Demonstrate integrity, collaboration and stewardship
Represent the Foundation at corporate partner and community networking events and host outreach events.
Donor Development
Lighthouse Family Retreat
The Donor Development position for Lighthouse Family Retreat reports directly to the Director of Development. The Donor Officer role is highly relational and focuses on building financial partnerships with individuals, businesses, and foundations to help Lighthouse strengthen every family living through Childhood Cancer. This position assists with the management of fundraising events, coordinates all silent auction committees, coordinates event logistics, fundraisers by others as well as execute and manage the Donor Care Plan (database administration pertaining to “Thank You’s”, receipts, supporter reconciliation and scheduling touch points).

Donor Relations Manager
Novo Ministries
Looking for a passionate, organized, and relational individual to work closely with our Founder in growing our donor base and cultivating connections and relationships that will benefit the children our mission serves.

Current annual income is just over $1 million with donor base of approximately 300.

Role would include relational touches like calls, emails, meetings, leading small events, as well as mentorship from experienced development professional and NPO founder.

Salary consistent with experience.

Excellent work-life balance and intense growth-trajectory offered. Must have a heart to serve the mission and work well with others. Faith-based (super passionate about having an authentic relationship with Jesus!) and in a developing metropolis - Oklahoma City!
Graphic Design internship
The Alliance
Current Opening: Graphic Design Internship
The National Office is looking for a qualified graphic design student, preferably in his/her junior or senior year of college-level course work.

How long will the internship last?

Our internship dates are flexible and typically last 6-8 weeks. If you’re interested in a shorter or longer internship, let us know. We can work with you to meet your needs!

What does a design internship look like?

We are here to help you grow in your design skills and enhance your education in graphic design. This is a great opportunity to learn from talented creatives in a professional environment. You will interact daily with a diverse, cohesive, fun-loving team of designers, video producers, writers, Web and social media professionals, and funding staff that will help you build your resume, complete internship requirements for your school, and take your design skills to the next level! Learning will include:

Design composition/aesthetics, print-buying, creative team collaboration, client interaction, and file preparation
Portfolio review by in-house design team
Visits to print vendors and design studios

What kind of projects will I be working on?

Our design team works with a diversity of internal clients, including International Ministries, U.S. Church Ministries, Alliance Youth, C&MA Kids, Alliance Women, Donor Relations, Alliance Benefits, Events Office, and more! You will have the opportunity to serve alongside a wide variety of ministries with projects that include:

Logo & branding development
Photo shoots & brainstorming sessions
Missions awareness campaigns
Alliance Life Magazine design support
Web and Video design support
Special design projects for the President’s office
Church fundraising campaigns
Donor appeals & direct-mail
Advertisements, posters, brochures, cards

Can I apply if I’m not from Colorado Springs?

Yes! If you do not have family or friends to stay with, we will work with you to help find temporary hou
Video internship
The Alliance
Current Opening: Video Internship
The Video Intern is under the direction of the Video Managing Producer and will apply and increase his/her skills in audio/video recording and editing, while utilizing Adobe Premiere Pro. This is an onsite, unpaid internship located at the National Office of the C&MA in Colorado Springs. The timeframe for this internship is flexible and will be determined during the interview process.


Experience with audio/video recording
Requires skills in data management
Demonstration of excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to work cooperatively with various internal and external customers
Ability to provide a link to a sample of your video production work as shown on your resume
How long will the internship last?

Our internship dates are flexible and typically last 6-8 weeks. If you’re interested in a shorter or longer internship, let us know. We can work with you to meet your needs!

Can I apply if I’m not from Colorado Springs?

Yes! If you do not have family or friends to stay with, we will work with you to help find temporary housing and transportation.

Is this a paid internship?

This is not a paid internship, but if accepted, you will be approved to raise support.

We strive to provide you with valuable learning experiences and we will work with your educational institution to fulfill requirements for credits, if this is an option through your school.

What have past interns said about their internships?

Click here to read an article from former intern, Ellie.

Qualified applicants must complete an Envision Internship Application. Your application will be sent to the Envision office. You may e-mail the Envision office at for additional information.
Donor Development and communication
Helping Haitian Angels
We are looking for a donor development director for our small nonprofit.

Account Manager and Fellows
Whole Whale
We're hiring for two digital marketing roles: an account manager with 2-5 years of experience and an entry level digital marketing fellow. Send great candidates my way!
Administrative Assistant II, Annual Giving
San Diego Humane Society
San Diego Humane Society is hiring a Full-Time Regular Administrative Assistant II to support the Annual Giving team within our Philanthropy Department!

SUMMARY: San Diego Humane Society offers the San Diego region a wide range of programs and services that strengthen the human-animal bond, from wildlife rescue to adoption services to the prevention of cruelty and neglect. Philanthropy is foundational to our ability to serve the people and animals of San Diego County, and the Administrative Assistant plays an important role in supporting the annual giving team programs. Under the supervision of the Senior Director of Annual Giving, the Administrative Assistant supports the fundraising efforts of the Annual Giving Team through a variety of administrative duties and tasks as outlined in the linked description.
Director of Grants and Foundation Relations
Craig Hospital Foundation
The Director of Grants and Foundation Relations is responsible for leading the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of existing and potential grant opportunities as well as directing the strategy for all relationships with Foundation funder. This position is also responsible for supporting Foundation team members on individual, Foundation, and corporate donor proposals and reports $25,000+. The Director will foster a thorough understanding among individuals, families and care providers regarding the role of philanthropy in sustaining and enhancing hospital services and programs. This individual works in close collaboration with the Foundation staff, hospital leads, and key outside contacts to direct the preparation of complex and varied grants, and develops and implements systems and procedures to ensure successful grant-seeking efforts. Specifically, the Director will track and ensure all named funds are being utilized to the donors intent through the approval of WebInvoicing requests and management of stewardship reports to donors. The Director will foster positive and mutually rewarding relations between the hospital and donors, prospects and community leaders to achieve long-term support.
Director of Business Development & Communications
Roadtrip Nation
The Director of Development is expected to drive fundraising and new business efforts for Roadtrip Nation, in partnership with Senior Director, Business Development; successfully securing funds from foundations, individuals, corporations and government. This individual has direct responsibility to execute business development efforts by developing partnership concepts and proposals, researching new leads for business development and guiding all aspects of new relationships management for Roadtrip Nation. This role’s ultimate objective is to create economically driven, mission-aligned relationships that drive both impact, revenue and scale for Roadtrip Nation.

Roadtrip Nation is a part media, part career development organization (501(c)(3)) that empowers individuals to identify their interests and discover career pathways aligned with their unique ambitions and skills. Since its inception in 2001, Roadtrip Nation has become a movement that helps millions of career seekers of all ages find their next steps through both media and education platforms. Centered around thematic roadtrips that put students in a green RV to travel the country and interview a diverse group of leaders from all different occupations, Roadtrip Nation asks the most important of questions: how did you find your road in life?
Foundation Relations Manager
Conservation International
Conservation International (Cl) seeks an experienced and passionate fundraiser to join our Foundation Relations (FR) team. This position will be on the front lines of Cl's efforts to raise the support needed to combat climate change and protect the planet we all rely upon. Successful candidates will be committed to this mission: building upon a strong foundation of science, partnership, and field demonstration, Cl empowers societies to responsibly and sustainably care for nature, our global biodiversity, for the well-being of humanity.
The Manager, Foundation Relations is responsible for raising funds from professional foundations, both in the
U.S. and abroad. To be successful, this dynamic individual will join a high-performing team that constantly pursues increased and deeper partnerships in support of Cl's mission. The Manager will build a strong pipeline of accounts, ensuring regular and effective "touches" with prospects and donors. They will also manage, and in some cases lead, fundraising efforts, including developing strategy, ensuring proper stewardship, identifying new prospects, and providing writing and editing support on proposals, reports, and other correspondence. Finally, this entrepreneurially minded team member will contribute broadly to the work of Cl's Development Division, which strives to bring more and more private philanthropy to the aid of Cl's mission.
Senior Manager, Institutional Giving
The Marine Mammal Center
The vision of the Development & Communications team is to build relationships and encourage philanthropic contributions to advance ocean and marine mammal conservation. We develop long-term affinity and engagement with The Marine Mammal Center among a diverse set of individuals and organizations to inspire them to take action to ensure marine mammals and the ocean, upon which all life depends, thrive.

The Senior Manager, Institutional Giving is an essential member of the Development & Communications team who supports the overall strategy and tactics of the Institutional Giving team and actively contributes to the team’s success. The primary responsibilities of this position will be building and nurturing a pipeline of institutional supporters, to ensure new and dynamic partnerships that not only ensure revenue but also the Center’s impact.

This position contributes to the Institutional Giving team’s objectives and key results through activities including but not limited to prospecting and outreach, stewardship, proposal and report development, and moving prospective donors through strategic and planned actions that result in philanthropic and other meaningful partnerships for the Center. This position will be responsible for launching and implementing newly created corporate giving strategies, managing the stewardship and acknowledgement calendar and activities, and overseeing the Center’s substantial in-kind giving program.

The ideal candidate has a proven track record of securing and managing a diverse range of corporate and foundation gifts, that includes those well into the six figures. Top candidates will be strong and positive communicators with a commitment to excellent customer service and a passion and talent for inspiring and connecting people and organizations. This full-time, exempt position reports to the Director, Institutional Giving.
Philanthrophy Officer 1
Christian Appalachian Project
Manages a portfolio of major donors. 125 donors, prospects, and a small number of corporations and foundations. Is responsible for fulfillment of all annual activity outcomes, database upkeep, donor stewardship, and required reporting. Emphasis on gifts of $5,000 or greater.

Participates actively in team-related activities, follows through on assigned tasks, and creates synergy. Active in company activities and major donor events. Reflects an “all-in” attitude and behaviors.

Significant travel is required.
Institutional Giving Manager
Civicorps believes that education and workforce development are fundamental components of social change. Both are powerful levers to creating greater equity and opportunity in the Bay Area. Located in West Oakland, Civicorps is a dynamic non-profit that includes a charter school and two social enterprises. Civicorps’ mission is to re-engage young adults, age 18-26, to earn a high-school diploma, gain job skills, pursue college, and embark on family sustaining careers.

Through our unique mix of personalized academics, paid job training, trauma-informed support services, and pathways to college and careers, Civicorps helps resilient youth overcome barriers, cultivate their talents, and unleash their potential.

The Institutional Giving Manager will be part of a dynamic Development & Communications team and will help Civicorps grow its programs by writing foundation and corporate LOIs, grant proposals and reports, as well as government grant proposals. In addition, they will conduct funder research, create budgets and expenditure reports, and conduct all acknowledgements and grant tracking. They will also interviews students and assist with communications writing.
Executive Director
Children’s Coalition for Northeast Louisiana
The Children’s Coalition for Northeast Louisiana is seeking
a visionary Executive Director with a “builder” mindset to lead the organization and strengthen the organizational culture after recent, rapid growth. The ideal Executive Director will bring an entrepreneurial mindset that anticipates and responds to community needs and builds coalitions toward serving the region’s most pressing issues. They will align staff, programs and the community to ensure programs are funded and sustainable.
Working with the board and staff, the Executive Director ensures the mission is vibrant, and develops and implements vision, goals, and plans that align with the mission. The Children’s Coalition seeks a leader who will continue to grow funded partnerships and programs that expand essential services across the region so that children and families can have access to the resources they need to thrive.
Reporting to the Board of Directors and leading 10 direct reports, the Executive Director will bring a combination of executive presence and warmth, demonstrated by the ability to create and maintain highly productive relationships with board members, funders, donors, community partners, and the youth and parents served in the program. The new leader will have experience in an array of funding streams and bring skills in working with community, governmental and civic leaders.
Performance will be benchmarked and evaluated by progress
in the accomplishment of the primary Performance Expectations outlined below. The ED will be expected to refine the programs that are in place while keeping a keen eye on sustainable growth and the future funding mix. Areas with metrics noted below
are a priority, and the others will be determined in collaboration with the new Executive Director by the 90-day mark.
Digital Campaign Specialist
The Alliance
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