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Director of Individual Giving
New Music USA
The Director of Individual Giving will be responsible for developing strategies which generate new income, particularly from individual donors. Working closely with the President, Trustees and our Development Manager, this postholder will contribute to institutional fundraising whilst strengthening and diversifying New Music USA’s relationship with individual donors through new approaches to cultivation, campaigns, communications and special events. They will also collaborate with program and communications staff to raise the visibility and awareness of New Music USA in a way that positively impacts fundraising, particularly during 2021 which is New Music USA’s 10th anniversary.

Key Responsibilities
• Develop new strategies which will increase income from individual donors
• Build on existing donor relationships whilst innovating to diversify our donor base
• Develop, plan and manage our annual appeal for support from individuals
• Develop a major gifts program
• Contribute to the advancement of our institutional fundraising and the strengthening of New Music USA’s networks of funders in NYC and nationally
• Oversee and develop Board Directors’ financial contributions to New Music USA and cultivate new donor Board members in collaboration with the President and Co-Chairs
• Work with the President to manage income and expense budgets for the development department
• Research + develop a portfolio of donor prospects
• Plan and manage benefit and cultivation events in collaboration with President and Communications Director.
• Supervise, and collaborate with, New Music USA’s Development Manager post which focuses on Institutional Giving
• Demonstrated knowledge of performing arts philanthropy, in New York City and beyond.
• Familiarity with donor tracking systems.
• Collaborative style.
Salary Band: $80k -$90k commensurate with qualifications and experience. Includes generous benefits package. The Director of Individual Giving will report directly to the President.

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Managing Director of Development, Boston
Educators for Excellence (E4E)
E4E has realized a number of critical achievements over the past several years, including rapid growth in staff, budget, and impact, and now stands poised to accelerate its progress over the coming five years. As we move forward, we will focus on deepening teacher engagement, developing the vision and tools for transformative teacher leadership, and bringing internal systems to the next level to ensure the organization has the infrastructure, resources, and support necessary to achieve our goals.

To support this work locally, our Boston team is hiring a Managing Director of Development (MDD). Reporting to the Executive Director-Boston, the MDD will lead local efforts to build and steward exceptional relationships with local funders (individual, corporate, and foundation). The MDD will work closely with the local Executive Director and the Vice President of Growth Strategy and Development on the National Development Team to design and execute a multi-year, ambitious fundraising strategy that ultimately allows the site to fully sustain operations with local support.

This leader must have a proven track record of results in fundraising, experience communicating and developing relationships with donors and colleagues, desire to work in a fast-paced environment, and a passion for maximizing E4E’s impact. Furthermore, the MDD will deeply understand the vital importance of partnership building and the connection between this work stream and our organization’s overall success.
Director of Development
Institute of Nonprofit Practice
As the Development Director, you will be charged with executing our fundraising strategy and
ensuring a high level of excellence on the overall systems management that will enable us to
meet our ambitious goals.
Reporting to the VP of Advancement, you will ensure success managing the critical
relationships we build with our partners and supporters by introducing standard
methodologies, systems, and relationship management practices that can accelerate our
fundraising. You will oversee the full life cycle of a portfolio of current relationships including
cultivation, solicitation, grant writing, and stewardship as well as have the opportunity to build
new relationships.
Additionally, you will provide support to the VP of Advancement in coaching regional
Executive Directors on identifying ways to increase their fundraising effectiveness, sharing
best practices, and exploring collaborative funding opportunities. You will work
collaboratively across the organization to develop tailored proposals that meet national and
regional goals.
Development Manager
About Fresh
About Fresh is looking for mission-driven operator to join our team as our Development Manager. This person will be responsible for building, managing and supporting About Fresh’s development operations. Our startup environment is an ideal fit for someone looking to learn and grow with the organization
Chief Development
Women's Lunch Place
The Chief Development Officer (CDO) at Women’s Lunch Place will provide high level strategic
leadership, execution, and operational management of the organization’s development program.
The CDO will be a strong partner to the Executive Director in attracting and retaining individual
donors. While the successful candidate’s primary focus will be on the generation of resources to
operate and grow the organization, they will also serve as a member of our Senior Leadership
team and participate in the leadership of the organization to advance our strategic plan. The
Board of Directors will support the CDO to build strategic Corporate, Foundation, Individual, and
Community relationships. The CDO is the primary staff liaison to the Board Development
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Chief Development Officer will maintain standard
methodologies and systems to accelerate our fundraising from high net worth individuals. The
CDO will build strategies to engage foundation and corporate partners and integrate new
platforms to reach funders committed to our mission. The CDO will oversee the planning and
execution of the Annual Fund, Events and In-Kind donations. A strategic and integrated
Communication and Marketing plan will be supervised by the CDO.
The Chief Development Officer will guide the work of team members and concurrently move the
Major Gifts strategy forward. Staff is adept at working collaboratively and remotely using
electronic shared tools. Donor meetings, Board meetings, Events, and other needs require
flexibility of work hours throughout the day and evening
Executive Director/CEO

RaisedBy.Us, a nonprofit helping high-growth employers set up and run employee giving and volunteering programs, is seeking a CEO / Executive Director. We have directed over $4 million to 1,300+ charities - with $1.4 million in 2019 alone - and facilitated tens of thousands of employee volunteering hours for hundreds of causes that need it most. Now we’re looking for an ambitious leader to use our initial traction, high-profile board, and now 37 top-tier clients as a platform to scale our charitable efforts exponentially.

The Vision for RaisedBy.Us

More than two-thirds of Americans feel it’s important to give back, but fewer than half give to charity in a given year. Moreover, 84% of millennials (who now comprise over 50% of the workforce) want their company to identify ways to get involved in their community, and 88% of millennials say their job is more fulfilling when they are provided opportunities to make a positive impact. Larger employers have teams of people to put together these opportunities for employees, but most high-growth companies lack the headspace otherwise needed to set up and run consistent and impactful employee giving and volunteering programs.

We’re here to help.

We are channeling all that goodwill, inspiring employees to give back to great causes through volunteering, donating, and community events. We partner with high-growth employers, giving us a distribution channel to thousands of employees who otherwise wouldn’t have the chance to give back through their workplaces. The result is the translation of workplace activations into lifelong giving and volunteering habits, changing how philanthropy is distributed and driving vast amounts of critical resources to the nonprofit sector.

We’ve started with -- now 37 -- companies in New York City. We’ll expand to San Francisco, Boston, and LA. Eventually we will be the organization that inspires giving back for millions of employees at thousands of high-growth companies across the country.
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Sr. Director, Digital Products
Peer Health Exchange (PHE)
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Peer Health Exchange (PHE) is a national non-profit organization that empowers young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions. We do this by training college students to teach a robust skills-based health curriculum in under-resourced high schools across the country. Since our founding in 2003, we have trained more than 8,500 college student volunteers to deliver effective health education to over 115,000 public high school students in Boston, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area, Stockton, and Washington, DC. In 2016, PHE launched a five-year strategic plan focused on growing our effective model while partnering with health and education systems, as well as communities to build a more integrated, sustainable model for health education. You will be joining an incredibly passionate, collaborative, and committed team working together towards our vision of advancing health equity.

Due to the impact of COVID-19, we are accelerating our plans to convert our in-person program into a virtual program. As the Senior Director, Digital Products, you will be responsible for strategizing, building, and implementing the program technology needs of the organization. Your work will support our shift to virtual programming, along with our efforts to grow and scale. You will report directly to the Chief Operating Officer.

This is a, full-time, salaried position located in any of our PHE offices: Boston, MA, Oakland, CA, New York, NY, Chicago, IL, or Los Angeles, CA.

This role will:
Set the strategic vision and annual plans to create virtual communities and scale PHE’s Impact through digitally delivered models
Collaborate across internal teams and external vendors
Lead day-to-day strategic program technology operations
Staff leadership and management
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