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Executive Director
Mother Mentors of Whidbey Island
Do you enjoy working with families with young children? Mother Mentors Whidbey Island is hiring a part-time Executive Director to oversee and guide the efforts of this island-wide not-for-profit organization supporting and strengthening local families through

In Home Mentoring Support Services
Play and Learn Programming
Support Circles and Peer led Parent Support Groups

The Director has overall responsibility for carrying out the mission and values of the organization through direction and leadership in planning, service delivery, program development and oversight, evaluation, fundraising and financial management, public relations and advocacy. Successful candidates will have a background in Family Support, Social Work, Early Childhood Education or similar, as well as proficiency with social media applications, database management, grant writing and budgeting. Strong written and oral communication skills required. Experience in a leadership role in a community-based organization and volunteer management highly desired.

This job is part-time 25 hours per week, Salary range DOE. Benefits allowance. Flexible work schedule.

To apply or request a full job description, send a cover letter and resume to This position starts in May-June of 2022.

Mother Mentors Whidbey Island does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, political belief, age, national origin, language, sexual orientation, familial status, income, height, weight or disability.
Veteran Couch
Central Washington Disability Resources
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Community Health Worker Supervisor
SNAP is seeking a qualified individual for a Community Health Worker Supervisor position to work in SNAP’s Essential Connections Core. This position is full time and open to all qualified individuals.

Interested applicants must submit a completed SNAP application, cover letter and resume.

Closes May 9, 2022 at 4pm

Starting salary for this position is $19.48-$21.91 per hour DOE

Full salary range is $19.48- $31.18 per hour

Benefits include medical, dental, life, LTD, PTO and 403(b)

SNAP values diversity in its work force and is committed to Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. Please send an email to to request any accommodations necessary to apply for this position

Position Summary: This position will be responsible for training, supervision, and supporting the day-to-day functions of a team of Community Health Workers (CHW). This supervisor will oversee implementation, management, adjustment, and evaluation of all CHW-related work and CHW-related grants.
Loan and Data Processor
SNAP is seeking a qualified individual for a Loan and Data Processor

Salary range is $18.04 - $20.29 per hour DOE

Full range is $18.04 - $28.87

Benefits include medical, dental, life, PTO and retirement.

Position Summary: Responsible for providing support for loan processing, closing, securitization and collections for business and mortgage lending functions, including data input and data integrity control for CRM data input (Birdseye) across all departments.

Job Requirements and More on SNAP's website.
SNAP is seeking qualified individuals for two Community Health Worker II positions to work in SNAP’s Essential Connections Core. These positions are full time and open to all qualified individuals.

Starting salary for this position is $18.04-$20.29 per hour DOE

Full salary range is $18.04- $28.87

Benefits include medical, dental, life, LTD, PTO and 403(b)

Position Summary: This Community Health Worker II position will be focused on providing culturally appropriate health education and information, conducting outreach, building relationships with referral sources, coordinating care and helping clients navigate the health and social determinants of health systems.
Volunteer Coordinator
SNAP is seeking a qualified individual for a Volunteer Coordinator position. This is a full time position working 37.5 hours per week.

Interested applicants must submit a completed SNAP application, cover letter and resume.

Salary Range
$19.48 - $21.91 Hourly
Open until filled

Benefits include medical, dental, life, LTD, PTO and 403(b)

Position Summary: This is a working manager position which oversees all aspects of SNAPs volunteer driver program, Neighbors on the Go. Manager will recruit, support, train and supervise a volunteer core of approximately 40 individuals. Responsible for matching volunteers with needs as they arise. Work in partnership with Coordinator to recruit, conduct outreach and promote program throughout the community.
Marketing Manager
Washington Trails Association
WTA is looking for a seasoned marketing professional to bring new expertise to our successful communications team. We are looking for someone who excels at developing strategies and content that will motivate people to engage more deeply with WTA’s mission to inspire hikers to explore and protect trails. This person will play an important role in helping set and execute our community engagement and marketing strategies across our digital platforms, as well as aligning and enhancing our communications across the organization.
Donor Relations Manager
This colleague's main responsibility will be to manage and further develop a dynamic mid-level donor strategy. The Donor Relations Manager will authentically, innovatively, creatively, and persistently cultivate, solicit and steward mid-level donors to support the PEPS mission, and manage and strategically advance the comprehensive PEPS Annual Giving Program.
Development Manager
This colleague's main responsibility will be to cultivate and steward donors through events and community engagement. The Development Manager will plan and execute the PEPS signature Benefit Event, strategically orchestrate and grow virtual and in-person gatherings and events to engage with the PEPS community, and develop a corporate giving strategy, including sponsor solicitation and relationship management, that is in line with PEPS values.
Director of Annual Giving
Pacific Lutheran University

At Pacific Lutheran University, we believe that education can change the world, and we currently have an outstanding open position as the Director of Annual Giving.

As a PLU employee, you’ll join a learning community committed to doing, investigating, teaching, creating and serving. You’ll join a workplace committed to building and supporting diverse, equitable and inclusive teams, and to helping its members thrive. And you’ll get to leverage your fundraising and communication knowledge, interpersonal skills, and data-driven insights to help transform the world for the better through education.

Plus, it’s an exciting and dynamic time to join the University Relations team. We’re reimagining how to catalyze connections that drive collective community impact — and we’re looking for the right person to lead the (re)envisioning of broad-based, community-centered and impact-driven donor engagement. If you’re that person, apply today!

Recognizing that diversity is intrinsic to the vitality of learning, resilience and growth, we welcome team members from historically underrepresented and minoritized groups, and others who would bring broadly diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds in educational, research or other work activities.

More details can be found in the job posting.

Registered Nurse
Circles Of Caring Adult Day Health
We are currently searching for a RN to work approximately 24 - 30 hours per week. Days and times can be discussed during the application process, but the current RN works Monday - Thursday, 9am - 3pm.

Circles of Caring Adult Day Health is a unique day program that provides a safe, caring, and nurturing atmosphere for adults and elders. We make it possible for adults living with dementia and chronic illness to be successful, safe, and surrounded by family and friends.

Duties include:
Assesses, develops a plan of care, treats, and evaluates participants of Adult Day Health as directed by the participant’s physician. Maintains/improves the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of frail and vulnerable adults.

Must be a Registered Nurse with valid credentials in the state of Washington.
Grant writer
Seeking a part-time grant writer for an established nonprofit specializing in autism research and education.
Link: None
Finance Director
Children's Alliance
Children’s Alliance seeks a Finance Director to lead the full range of fiscal management responsibilities, from bookkeeping and financial reporting to key stakeholders to budget development, regulatory compliance, cash management, and strategic planning. The best candidate for this position will bring a demonstrated commitment to racial justice, an orientation to detail balanced with an inclination to strategic thinking, and expertise in nonprofit finance and accounting.
Launch Success Coach King County
At Treehouse, we envision a world where every child who has experienced foster care has the opportunities and support they need to pursue their dreams and launch successfully into adulthood. Our team of staff who embody and deliver the heart and care of our work is our secret sauce.
We seek to hire passionate individuals who understand the power of young people, celebrate diverse voices and challenge themselves to do better for youth in foster care. We are committed to providing opportunities for staff to learn, grow and stay with the organization during an exciting time as we expand our services statewide.
Job Functions:
Build natural relationships, honoring and affirming other cultures and beliefs, you are someone who is respectful of autonomy, and can coach/mentor LS participants in life skills such as problem-solving, self-advocacy, growing an academic mindset, handling emotions, and setting and accomplishing goals
Commit to taking action to increase racial equity. You seek to deepen your own understanding of being anti-racist and engage in candid conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.
Listen and ask thoughtful questions to support participants in identifying what they themselves want and need to build their future.
Has strong interpersonal skills with an ability to communicate successfully through multiple media channels.
Find and connect people to resources in their community such as educational/vocational training, job attainment and retention, housing, and life stability.
Maintain good records of your work with clients, including case notes, consent forms, and participants support team contact information and has an interest or skills in reviewing data.
Collaborate and invite other members of Treehouse, the community, volunteers, participant’s caregivers, and social workers to collectively support the goals and needs of the participant.
Provide skillful and respectful support to young adults based on autonomy and choice.
Nutrition Education Demonstration
Thurston County Food Bank
This part time permanent position is responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day management of the Thurston County Food Bank’s nutrition education activities on site and as required. Supervises volunteer staff, develops menus and outreach materials as needed. Works with program service group members to coordinate activities. Primary responsibilities include: recruitment, training, and retention of volunteer staff, activities include cooking demos and the coordination of the Fresh First Program, compiles demographic and other information as needed for planning and funding sources, complies monthly reports as required. 20 hours per week. Benefit Eligible after 90 day probationary period.

Presentation Skills, Nutrition, Health Promotion and Maintenance, Training Management, Listening, Quality Management, Energy Level, Teaching, Tracking Budget Expenses, Food Research, Written Communication
Donor Engagement Associate
Encompass is a private non-profit serving the Snoqualmie Valley and Issaquah communities for over 55 years. Our mission is to partner with families to build healthy foundations for children, and we believe what happens early in life matters. We offer high quality, leading edge early childhood educational and therapeutic services to all children in our communities.
This position reports to the Director of Development and focuses on securing philanthropic support from individual donors who are passionate about early childhood development. The Donor Engagement Associate is responsible for developing strategies for donor engagement, solicitation, and stewardship and for securing philanthropic support from some of the organization’s
top donors through personal solicitation.
Prevention Specialist
Washington Trafficking Prevention
Compensation: $20-$25/hour - 40 hours per week
Location: Traveling within Pierce and Thurston Counties remote flexibility
Start Date: June 20, 2022
Deadline to Apply: June 1, 2022
Schedule: Monday-Friday with flexible hours requiring evening and morning presentations to accommodate the needs of schools and community members attending.

WTP’s prevention programming aims to empower young people, caregivers, community members, and professionals with the tools to prevent exploitation. The Pierce Prevention Specialist is a skilled professional that is able to take initiative, while maintaining a spirit of collaboration.
***Prevention Specialist Responsibilities and Duties:
-Plan, coordinate, and deliver prevention education both virtually and in person: community members, professionals who serve young people, educators, parents and caregivers, young people in middle and high schools
-Conduct strategic outreach
-Update and create presentations, handouts, resource packets, etc.
-Track, analyze, and report program effectiveness to the Executive Director.
***Required Experience and Skills
-1-2 years of experience facilitating programs for adults and young people across diverse populations on virtual meeting platforms and in-person.
-Proficiency with Google Suite including: Google Sheets, Google Slides, and other presentation software.
-Possesses ability to work collaboratively/develop partnerships with survivors, partners, and peers.
-Produce high-quality work that is thoughtful, well written, proofread, and organized.
-Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously with a flexible schedule that requires morning and evening program facilitation.
Interim Executive Director
Contact Tiara Porter at NeoVision Services for more info
Social services community nonprofit in south King County has an immediate need for an interim E.D. Salary & benefits; remote work a possibility. Cultural competence with African-American community is a must, as is experience with govt contracts.
Development Director
Look, Listen and Learn TV

Look Listen and Learn (LL+L) is a nonprofit media organization that creates programming that inspires and advances early learning. We feature the brilliance of Black, Indigenous children, families, and educators of color for everyone to experience. The content is anchored in research about what works best to promote school readiness, success, racial and radical joy.

Look, Listen, and Learn (LL+L) seeks a skilled and passionate Development Director who is enthusiastic about building fundraising programs and teams. An ideal candidate views this role from a servant leadership perspective, teaching and bringing other leaders along as a critical part of the practice. LL+L is committed to approaching fundraising from a community-centric lens and bringing racial equity into all partnerships and conversations.

Look, Listen, and Learn has been steadily growing private and public philanthropic revenue since beginning a formal fundraising program in 2019. This new, full-time Development Director will lead the growth of the fundraising efforts as LL+L seeks to scale its work and team to achieve set organizational strategic goals. The Development Director reports directly to the Executive Producer and works closely with the LL+L Board of Directors. This position is responsible for building development strategy and overall direction and management of the fundraising program, including annual fund, major and planned giving, institutional and government support, and special events. The Director of Development is supported by and manages external contractors working on institutional giving and special events.

Communications Manager
Look, Listen and Learn TV
Look Listen and Learn (LL+L) is a nonprofit media organization that creates programming that inspires and advances early learning. We feature the brilliance of Black, Indigenous children, families, and educators of color for everyone to experience. The content is anchored in research about what works best to promote school readiness, success, racial and radical joy.

LL+L will hire an enthusiastic, self-reliant, efficient, trustworthy, and accountable Communications Manager. They will execute effective promotional strategies, assist with campaign development and analyze effective marketing avenues to reach the target audience. They will also handle many elements of media relations as well as establish the LL+L brand and maintain the brand's image. This position will work closely with other key staff and play an important role in building and engaging our community through electronic and social media. This position is virtual.

General Info:
-Contract position: 30 hrs. per week
-This position is a flexible, independent contractor, grant-funded position
-Local candidates only, applicants residing outside of King, Pierce, or Snohomish counties will not be considered
-COVID-19 Precautions: Remote interview process, virtual meetings
-Compensation: $30/hour
-Position begins: Immediately

Digital Media Intern
Look, Listen and Learn TV
Look Listen and Learn (LL+L) is a nonprofit media organization that creates programming that inspires and advances early learning. We feature the brilliance of Black, Indigenous children, families, and educators of color for everyone to experience. The content is anchored in research about what works best to promote school readiness, success, racial and radical joy.

Position Summary
LL+L is looking for an enthusiastic intern interested in playing an important role in supporting LL+L’s mission by telling our story through our various social media platforms. We seek an organized, self-directed worker who will collaborate in the planning, creation, and evaluation of social media content and engage LL+L’s community in a creative and consistent way. The ideal candidate must also be self-reliant, efficient, trustworthy and self-accountable to overall work plan and deliverables.

Position Information
-Contract position: Flexible, 10-15 hours per week, and works remotely
-Internship Duration: 6 months (with possible extension based on overall performance)
-Local candidates only, applicants residing outside of King, Pierce, or Snohomish counties will not be considered
-COVID-19 Precautions: Remote interview process, virtual meetings
-Compensation: $500 per month
-Position begins: Immediately

Manager of Multifamily Housing & Community Facilities Division
Washington State Housing Finance Commission
The Multifamily Housing and Community Facilities Division is responsible for developing, applying and implementing policy and program recommendations for the administration of five statewide financing programs: Multifamily Housing, Non-profit Housing, Non-profit Facility, Beginning Farmer and Rancher, and Sustainable Energy. These programs issue bonds, allocate tax credits, or administer loans for over 50 projects annually, involving owners, developers, and underwriters around the nation for projects located across the state.
Coordinator, Children's Programs & Events
Samena Swim & Rec Club
Looking for a strong coordinator to oversee the daily activities of our before- and afterschool care and summer day camp. Will also manage details and logistics for rentals and club-wide events. We work hard but have fun! See the link for more details. I'm happy to chat with conference attendees if you want to know more.
Executive Director
Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County
Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, a heart-centered, well-regarded, financially sound community-based nonprofit based in beautiful Port Angeles, WA, is recruiting its next Executive Director. VHOCC provides free palliative and hospice end-of-life care to those in need. They support the patients and those who love them through these personal and meaningful transitions.

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity or have referrals, please get in touch with me, at or 206.718.5122.

To see the comprehensive position profile, here is a link:

Director of Global Supply Chain
The Max Foundation
The Max Foundation is seeking a forward-thinking, innovative, strategic, and mission-driven Director of Global Supply Chain. The Max Foundation (Max) believes in a world where all people can access high-impact medicines, where geography is not destiny, and everyone can strive for health with dignity and hope. Max's mission is to increase global access to treatment, care, and support for people living with cancer. Max creates access channels to innovative cancer medicines for people in low and middle-income countries (LMIC) where no other means of access exist. If you'd like to learn more about this opportunity or have referrals, please contact me at or 206.718.5122.
Grant Writer
Look, Listen, and Learn TV
Help fund the frontlines of racial justice, radical joy and early learning by joining the team of Look, Listen and Learn TV (LL+L). As the only Black woman-led children’s television show in the Northwest, LL+L’s mission is to to advance early learning in children of color through media and television. LL+L is proud to offer an opportunity for an experienced grant writer with a deep equity lens and a passion for supporting grassroots BIPOC organizations.

We are expanding government and foundation funding for our early learning, public TV and streaming program. Our ideal candidate has superb communication and organizational skills, a personal and professional anti-racist lens and an clear understanding of the funding landscape in King County and beyond. They should be self-reliant, efficient, trustworthy and accountable to their work plan and deliverables to help build sustainable and consistent grant funding. This position works from home with regular in-person check-in meetings with the Development Director and Executive Producer.

Position Information
-Contract position: Up to 35 hrs. per month
-This position is a flexible, independent contractor, grant-funded position
-Local candidates only, applicants residing outside of King, Pierce, or Snohomish counties will not be considered
-COVID-19 Precautions: Remote interview process, virtual meetings
-Compensation: $75/hour
-Position begins: Immediately
-Position open until filled

HR Manager
The Sophia Way
● The HR Manager is experienced in the field of HR and is comfortable being the sole human resources practitioner for a staff of 35-55 employees.
● Manages several functions in the human resources department such as employment, compensation, benefits, training, and employee relations.
● The HR Manager has a deep understanding and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
● The HR Manager is the first point of contact with potential and current employees and is responsible for ensuring interactions are helpful, positive and authentic.
● The HR Manager is comfortable working odd hours when needed, and in shelter as well as a traditional office setting.
● The HR Manager is a leader in accountability and has the ability to “manage up” when needed.

Social Services Manager
African Community Housing and Development
The Social Services Manager will work closely with the Housing & Social Services Director, the EPRAP Manager, and the Associate Director to manage ACHD’s social services programs. This includes supervising and supporting case managers, designing and executing programs, reporting to funders, and managing program budgets and staffing needs.
Housing and Social Services Director
African Community Housing and Development
The Housing & Social Services Director will serve as a key member of the leadership team at ACHD. They will oversee all aspects of the Housing, Social Services, and Economic Development Departments, including all housing, basic needs, and eviction prevention programs. This position will steward relationships with key stakeholders, manage program staffing and budgets, and ensure high-quality, culturally-responsive case management for the African Diaspora community.
Development Manager
Program for Early Parent Support
The Development Manager is responsible for cultivation and stewardship of donors through events and community engagement. They will plan and execute the PEPS signature Benefit Event and strategically orchestrate and grow virtual and in-person gatherings and events to engage with the PEPS community. They will develop a corporate giving strategy, including sponsor solicitation and relationship management, that is in line with PEPS values. They will build long term relationships to support the PEPS mission and goals. The Development Manager fosters a culture of philanthropy, applies the Community Centric Fundraising Principles to the PEPS development work, and is an enthusiastic ambassador to donors, sponsors, partners, and the community.
Donor Relations Manager
Program for Early Parent Support
The Donor Relations Manager is responsible for managing and strategically expanding the PEPS Annual Giving Program. They will manage and grow a dynamic mid-level donor strategy and cultivate, solicit, and steward mid-level individual donors to support the PEPS mission. The Donor Relations Manager fosters a culture of philanthropy, applies the Community-Centric Fundraising Principles to PEPS fundraising campaigns and development work, and is an enthusiastic ambassador to donors and the community.
Administrative Associate – Special Projects
Nonprofit Association of Washington
The Administrative Associate – Special Projects supports the efficient and smooth day-to-day operations of Nonprofit Association of Washington (NAWA) and staffs a changing array of special projects across the organization. Primary duties of this position are providing internal administrative support, answering external information requests, filling in during staff vacancies, and managing special projects that improve the organization’s effectiveness. The position requires a person with broad skills and the ability to adapt and perform a wide variety of responsibilities. Full job description & apply at:
Operations & Finance Coordinator
Nonprofit Association of Washington
The Operations & Finance Coordinator supports the efficient and smooth day-to-day operations of Nonprofit Association of Washington (NAWA). Primary duties of this position are managing financial information in partnership with the Deputy Director of Operations, providing assistance with human resources, and general operations support. The Operations & Finance Coordinator is a member of the Operations Team and works collaboratively with all staff to support the mission of Nonprofit Association of Washington and represent its values when interacting with the public. Full job description & apply at:
Resource Development Assistant Thurston County
Thurston County Volunteer Legal Services
TCVLS has received a grant from PacMtn Workforce Development Council to hire a full time Resource Development Assistant for a year. This position will help me and Ryan (our Pro Bono Program Manager) better communicate the importance of civil legal aid in our community. This will give TCVLS additional capacity and will also provide employment in a learning environment for a Thurston County resident who is interested in marketing, volunteer recruitment and development --- core functions of a non-profit organization.

Due to the requirement of the grant, the successful candidate is a resident of Thurston County and is currently unemployed or underemployed.

Coordinator of Administrative Services
Salary: $84,276 to $99,144 annually
Principal Responsibilities: • Directs and manages internal administrative policy through the use and maintenance of the Office Procedures Manual. • Plans, designs, and directs the agency’s business continuity program. Reviews revisions and testing procedures of on-going agency Business Resumption Plan. Implements revision schedules. Coordinates, schedules, and assesses annual staff preparedness trainings required by the Business Resumption Plan. • Directs and manages all aspects of personal services contracts for the Commission. Creates and maintains “master” Request for Proposals and Contracts. Works with each division to develop a Request for Proposals (RFPs), distributes/posts RFPs, works with divisions to interview and select the successful contractor. Works with the divisions to create a statement of work and official contract. Logs and tracks all contracts. Reviews all contracts to ensure compliance, performance, and budgetary considerations. Assures that all contract project managers at the Commission meet multiple training requirements by DES contracting in both contracting and procurement. Manages numerous agency-wide contracts simultaneously. Directs and monitors the activities of contracted vendors. • Manages daily operations including purchasing, procurement, equipment maintenance, liaison to building management, and office security. Through supervision and oversight of the Purchasing/ Facilities Officer, assures excellent internal customer service and provides appropriate and optimum use of the organization’s resources. • In coordination with the Deputy Director, reviews and negotiates terms of office space lease and analyzes available Seattle commercial space in desired locations for Commission offices. • Recruits, hires, develops, coaches, and supervises designated
professional procurement and supply specialist. • Supports effective communications throughout the organization.
Manager of Multifamily Housing & Community Facilities Division
Salary: $95,196 to $118,200
Oversee Business Process improvements and workflow for the federal tax credit program • Administers federal, state, regional and local codes, policies, and procedures including Section 42 and 142 of the IRS Code • Washington State Tax Credit Program’s Qualified Allocation Plan, Policies and Rules (WAC 26201-130 and WAC 262-03-040) • Works with Commission’s legal counsel in development, application and interpretation of program policies, Section 42 and 142 IRS Code and other Treasury rules and regulations • Coordinates modifications to contracts and other legal documents as well as procurement of service contracts within division • Supervise the development/financial analysts in their administration of division programs and individual tax credit projects • Supervise administrative staff, determine priorities, and allocate resources for the Multi-Family and Community Facilities Division. • Coordinate with all other Divisions within the Commission on issues dealing with specific tax credit transactions, areas of policy interface, and cooperative program development. • Assist the Director of Multifamily Housing and Community Facilities in preparing and implementing the annual work plan and budget. • Represent the Commission with other public and private agencies and organizations, the media and with the public at large. Market Commission programs through meetings with individuals and presentations before groups of all sizes. • Provide guidance, and oversight and management of Commission MOU’s for the division’s Program Related Investment programs, including energy, manufactured housing, Capital Plus, and other programs as appropriate and oversee business process improvements for these programs.
Executive Director
Columbia Choirs of Metropolitan Seattle
Chief administrator and key spokesperson for a growing choral organization bringing quality music to the Eastside community.
Child and Family Therapist
Family Solutions
Provide individual, family, and group therapy for children and families in both outpatient and school-based settings.
Development Coordinator
Wallingford Community Senior Center
This Development Coordinator (DO) will spend approximately ¾ of their time on Fund Development and ¼ of their time on Communications.
Offering an opportunity to help develop strong, vibrant and effective fundraising and outreach initiatives for the organization. The DO will partner with the Executive Director on establishing strategy and executing WCSC’s fundraising and outreach efforts.
• Work with the ED to create and implement a multi-year development plan
• Work with the ED to develop a major donor program.
• Work with donors to increase their support
• Lead planning and execution of an annual fundraising event
• Plan and execute fundraising appeals through multi-media approaches, including GiveBig, direct mail, email, social media, etc.
• Manage all aspects of donor communications, including story development
• Manage effective donor database (Bloomerang) keeping records up-to-date, run reports as needed and print thank you letters.
• Work with WCSC staff to create a weekly eNewsletter via MailChimp.
• Create a quarterly printed newsletter
• Help develop a Communications/Marketing Plan to increase visibility of the organization and increase membership and donors.
• Assist the Communications & Outreach Committee.
• Work with word staff to update the website and social medium platforms.
• At least 3 years of experience in a related field.
• Prefer some experience in fundraising
• Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to explain complex information clearly and concisely.
• Experience using a database to track and report on donors and campaigns.
• Experience in marketing and design.
This is a full-time, exempt position, with a salary range of $50,000 - $55,000 per year, depending on qualifications and experience. Please send a cover letter and resume.
Manager, Corporate and Foundation Relations in our Seattle office.
Make-A-Wish Alaska/Washington
Using their skills, experience and enthusiasm, this position will lead the corporate and foundation strategies for our chapter. Their immediate priorities will include developing a grant application calendar and pipeline, while building relationships with an existing portfolio of corporate and foundation partners. They will dive in quickly to understand what corporate and foundation partners fit our mission and eagerly reach out to potential partners and develop grant applications.

With explicit goals to lead a strong internal grant strategy and to grow both foundation/grant and corporate revenue, this position will also manage a full-time senior coordinator of corporate engagement, focused on workplace giving and cause-related marketing revenue from local corporate partners.

The right candidate brings a mix of relevant/transferrable fundraising skills and experience (at least five years, full-time), as well as a proven track record of successfully managing a portfolio, building relationships with stakeholders, applying for grants and growing revenue. A college degree is preferred but may be replaced with equivalent experience. The right candidate for this position is confident but curious, creative but detail-oriented, keen but flexible, courageous but empathetic. They thrive among colleagues but embrace the need to work independently, and they enjoy collaborative accountability. They contribute positively to a healthy, thriving, high-performing team, and they are committed to bringing the joy of wishes to children with critical illness.

Both the title/level of this position, as well as the pay, are flexible for the right candidate. Additionally, there may be flexibility around location, if able to travel into the Seattle area when required.
Director of Development
The Mockingbird Society
Lead a great team and collaborate across the whole organization to eliminate youth homelessness and transform the foster care system.
Mobilization Manager
Children's Alliance
The Mobilization Manager is responsible for coordinating with Children’s Alliance staff to broaden and deepen our statewide network of parents, youth, and community leaders who advocate to address racism and the other forms of injustice that hold back Washington’s kids from the futures they deserve.

The Mobilization Manager is a member of the policy staff, and reports to the Deputy Director. This new position will be charged with leading efforts to activate Children’s Alliance member power for racial justice in state and federal policymaking. As a new staff position, the Mobilization Manager’s key metrics of success include: the growth of Children’s Alliance 6,000-person membership base, deeper relationships with highly active members, and greater willingness of our members to take anti-racist action.

Policy and Data Manager
Children's Alliance
The Policy & Data Manager is responsible for analyzing data, monitoring the policy landscape, and recommending positions on a broad array of policy issues related to child well-being. They work to understand, analyze, create, and respond to policy opportunities for Washington’s 1.6 million kids, with a special focus on children and families in communities of color. This work is focused on ensuring Children’s Alliance policy advocacy on a wide array of state legislative and budget items that are instrumental to racial justice in child and family well-being.

The position is a member of the policy staff, and reports to the Deputy Director. Key metrics of success in this position will include the effective building of expertise in a range of policy areas, and the expansion of Children’s Alliance’s policy advocacy to embrace more areas of child and family well-being than our current foci of early learning and health care access.

Books for Kids Coordinator
South Sound Reading Foundation
We are looking for an individual passionate about literacy to:
-coordinate events and programming with community partners
-Drive our book van to various locations through Gray's Harbor, Mason, and Thurston counties
-Distribute literacy resources, books, and materials
-Collect book donations
-Work with volunteers
-Complete necessary data entry

This is a part time job, offering 20-30 hours/week. Please follow the link for more information!
Development Director
South Sound Reading Foundation
The Development Director is responsible for procuring agency and event sponsors, cultivating donors, playing a key role in planning agency fundraising events, and overseeing the agency’s long term marketing strategy.
Key responsibilities include:
• Successfully cultivate and steward existing donors
• Identify and steward prospective donors
• Collaborate with event team to administer our signature fundraising events
• Create solicitation materials for fundraising purposes • Track donors with our donor database
• Acknowledge major donors through public and private recognition
• Help secure grant funding, including prospecting, writing, tracking, and reporting
• Track and report on progress to E.D. and the board
• Influence marketing strategies to support development goals

Follow link for more information!
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