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Major Gifts Officer
Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank
Salary Minimum: $51,000
The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for generating opportunities for strategic matches between a donor’s philanthropic passions and securing critical funding for the Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank’s (FRFB) most pressing needs. The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding gifts of $5,000 and above from individuals and corporations.
Development Associate for Annual Giving Stewardship
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Salary Range: $39,000 - $43,000
Reporting to the Director of Annual Giving, the Development Associate for Annual Giving Stewardship will be responsible for stewarding annual giving donors, including alumni, parents, friends, faculty, staff, and students, to strengthen their philanthropic relationship with the University. Under the guidance of the director of annual giving, this position will create and execute strategies that aid in the retention of annual donors, communicate appreciation, and impact of support, and recognize key constituencies within annual giving societies. Stewardship activities may include, but are not limited to, email, direct mail pieces, donor newsletters, events, text messages, social media content, and videos. In addition, the Development Associate will be responsible for related administrative tasks including maintaining giveaway inventory and compiling donor reports.
This is a great opportunity to join a university on the rise with the impending conclusion of a $125 million comprehensive campaign and introduction of a new 10-year strategic plan. UNCW’s Division for University Advancement offers a fast-paced yet lighthearted working environment where work-life balance and teleworking flexibility are afforded, all while honoring our values of accountability, collaboration and efficiency.
Development Officer for Parent Giving
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Salary Range: $65,000 - $70,000
UNCW is recruiting for a frontline fundraiser who is eager to make a lasting impact on the lives of students by leveraging the power of parent involvement and philanthropy.
The Development Officer for Parent Giving will play a key role in enhancing UNCW’s culture of philanthropy by building and developing relationships with current parents, encouraging involvement, securing private support to enhance the student experience, and communicating impact. This role will personally solicit parents for leadership annual gifts ($25,000 to $1,000). In addition, the Development Officer for Parent Giving will design effective engagement opportunities, provide counsel to the annual giving team on solicitation strategies and messaging, and assist with the discovery and cultivation of major gift-rated parent prospects. This role will help strengthen the donor pipeline at UNCW and will report to the Associate Vice Chancellor for University Advancement.
This is a great opportunity to join a university on the rise with the impending conclusion of a $125 million comprehensive campaign and the introduction of a new 10-year strategic plan. UNCW’s Division for University Advancement offers a fast-paced yet lighthearted working environment where work-life balance and teleworking flexibility are afforded, all while honoring our values of accountability, collaboration, and efficiency.
Executive Director, Donor Experience
London, Ontario, Canada
Salary Range: $125,000 - $150,000
The Executive Director, Donor Experience will provide strategic direction and leadership for the development of recognition, stewardship, and engagement strategies for all donors to Western. The role will provide strategic and operational leadership to a dedicated team of donor relations professionals and will support and advance institutional objectives related to University Advancement.
The Executive Director will lead proactive cultivation and stewardship strategies in order to advance relationships and giving with Western’s most significant donors, in partnership with key relationship managers. Bringing a process and systems orientation, the successful candidate will play a key role in designing, implementing, managing, and evaluating all activities, programs, procedures and long-term goals across University Advancement to ensure a consistent and efficient experience for donors at all levels and to contribute to the growth of fundraising performance across the University.
Associate Director, Donor Relations
George Washington University
Foggy Bottom, Washington, D.C.
Salary Range: $70,199.42 - $96,453.53
The George Washington University Development and Alumni Relations (DAR) Division is seeking an Associate Director, Donor Relations. The Donor Relations team provides a comprehensive, donor-focused program that enriches a donor’s engagement with the university and motivates the involvement and investment of others.
DAR is responsible for leading the university’s alumni and fundraising efforts and seeks to promote a culture of philanthropy throughout the university community, including alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff, corporations and foundations, grateful patients, and other friends. Our goal is to advance GW’s mission of excellence in education, research, scholarship, and patient care.
This position manages stewardship reports, donor communications, and activities for donors at all levels. This position develops stewardship content for reports, reviews and edits drafts of donor correspondence, and drafts reports on the status of major initiatives for distribution to donor constituencies, including alumni, families, patients, and friends of the university. This role develops content for donor profiles, oversees video content creation, and stories of impact stemming from donor philanthropy. This position creates procedures to increase efficiency and assure the quality and consistency of stewardship deliverables. The Associate Director will primarily focus on financial aid stewardship and its related communications and protocols. Additional project management responsibilities may include organizing and overseeing stewardship events, including dedications, celebrations, and installation ceremonies.
Director of Donor Relations
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Salary Range: $70,000 - $91,000
Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Advancement, the Director of Donor Relations is responsible for strategic direction of a comprehensive donor stewardship program that supports fundraising across the division, with an emphasis on individual major and transformational gift donors. This will involve strategically designing and executing experiences and communications that maximize continued private support for MSU Denver, directly impacting student success and retention.
Manager, Donor Engagement
University of Denver
Denver, CO (Hybrid)
Salary Range: $50,000 - $60,000
The Manager, Donor Engagement reports directly to the Director of Donor Relations & Stewardship and
is responsible for scholarship stewardship, donor engagement, student outreach, and stewardship events. This position will work across the Donor Relations & Stewardship team to actively engage and steward a wide variety of DU’s supporters, working closely with the Associate Director and other members of the team. This position will interact frequently with the Advancement Events team, as well as University staff most associated with scholarship awarding and scholarship student engagement. In addition, this position will oversee the ordering, inventory, and management of the donor relations and stewardship gifting closet.
Assistant/Associate Director of Development
UVA McIntire School of Commerce Foundation
Charlottesville, VA (Hybrid)
Salary Range: $75,000 - $85,000
The Assistant/Associate Director of Development (ADOD) works on behalf of the McIntire
School of Commerce. The McIntire School of Commerce Foundation is the fundraising and
financial nexus of private support for the School. As part of the McIntire Foundation and its
Advancement team, the ADOD will build and manage a portfolio of donors and prospects and
will identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors and prospects believed to be capable
of making leadership and major gifts in support of the School and its $250 million Inspire the
Next Century Campaign. To start, the ADOD will be focused on alumni, parents, and friends in
the Northern Virginia area, home to the largest concentration of McIntire alumni. Additional
territories will be assigned.
Assistant Director of Engagement
UVA McIntire School of Commerce Foundation
Charlottesville, VA (Hybrid)
Salary Range: $50,000-$60,000
The McIntire School of Commerce Foundation is actively seeking an Assistant Director of Engagement.
This position will support the School’s Advancement and Engagement team and manages several
important programs and initiatives, including serving as the primary liaison for the McIntire Young
Alumni Council (MYAC). Additionally, the Assistant Director serves as a member of the McIntire Events
team, responsible for assisting with the planning, management and execution of select events held on
and off Grounds. The Assistant Director also works closely with the School and University partners to
better engage alumni, parents, and friends of the School.
Program and Development Director
Advertising Research Foundation (ARF)
New York, NY (Hybrid)
Salary Range: $90,000 - $100,000
The Advertising Research Foundation (ARF) seeks a full-time Program Director for ARF WIDE - Workforce Initiative for Diversity & Excellence – to lead ongoing fundraising and strategic partnerships. ARF WIDE is a Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) Program that provides scholarship awards, training and professional development to students interested in pursuing careers in market, media and advertising research and data analytics.
Successful applicants will have demonstrated background in fundraising, coordinating nonprofit development strategies and inspiring volunteer leadership/engagement. Reporting to the Chief Growth Officer, the role involves executing ambitious fundraising initiatives, working closely with board members, ARF members, university partner representatives, like-minded organizations, and undergraduates.
Associate Director, Digital Fundraising
Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health
Palo Alto, CA (Hybrid) or Remote-eligible (U.S. only) for an exceptional candidate. For remote candidates: compensation will be based on geographic region.
Salary Range (for Palo Alto, CA): $105,000-$112,000
As the Associate Director of Digital Fundraising, you’ll lead a high-impact, best-in-class digital fundraising program that includes a dynamic blend of email solicitations, social media, crowdfunding, and influencer marketing.
Reporting to, and in collaboration with, the Senior Director, Annual Giving & Direct Marketing, you’ll apply your clear and compelling short-form writing skills, tech-savviness, and marketing expertise, to engage new and existing donors with Stanford Medicine Children’s Health fundraising priorities, including pediatric cancer, cardiology, maternal health, and neonatology.
This role will partner closely with colleagues in Annual Giving and Digital Communications who are focused on the design and deployment of digital fundraising initiatives.
National Director, Foundation Relations
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Salary Range: $115,000 - $160,000
This new, fully remote position will join PanCAN at an exciting new phase of growth and serve as an integral member of the Development team to help shape the foundation fundraising program. This seasoned professional will be central to advancing a robust foundation relations program as part of a long-range vision in support of PanCAN’s 2030 goals.
Reporting to the Vice President of Leadership Giving, the National Director is responsible for the organization’s efforts to maximize funding from foundations and proactively drive new areas of opportunity for foundation support.
The role will collaborate with mission partners, development colleagues, marketing, and PanCAN leaders to understand, synthesize, and articulate mission programs and initiatives to align funding needs with foundation priorities. The Director will be a relationship manager and grant writer for mission priorities, with a focus on funders with the capacity to make gifts of six-figures and above for both unrestricted and designated support. The role will serve as the primary relationship manager with a specific portfolio, as well as work in partnership with major gifts to support key family foundation relationships and solicitations. As such, the Director will have an individual fundraising goal and a collaborative fundraising goal.
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