Nationally known brand. Easy to explain mission. Accessible and cute clients. Dedicated and gregarious Executive Director. Highly engaged and well-connected Board of Directors. This is the profile of the Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club.
We are seeking an experienced resource development officer to grow the young and feisty development program in support of creating caring, responsible, productive youth in San Mateo County. The Development Director will report to the Executive Director and collaborate with the ED and Board of Directors to build a sustainable individual giving program, leverage existing strong corporate volunteerism to increase corporate sponsorships, and deepen existing relationships with our substantial network of institutional philanthropic foundation partners.
Develop and execute Mid-Pen BGC’s annual fundraising and stewardship plans.
Develop and implement a Stewardship Plan for individuals, corporations, and foundations to 1) strengthen relationships and 2) increase financial support.
Create and execute a strategy for a large, sustained base of annual individual donors. Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with donors to develop major donors. Track contacts, proposals, reports and results for each prospective donor/corporation/foundation.
Plan and execute an overall fundraising program centered on an annual campaign and fund-raising events each year. Increased support yearly is important.
Manage Salesforce database with attention to data entry, solicitations, gift processing, and thank you letters.
Develop and execute a PR and marketing plan to build the reputation of the Mid Peninsula Boys and Girls Club as the not-for-profit of choice in all communities served by and surrounding our organization.
Increase brand exposure and awareness through traditional and online media
Monitor and increase web views per month
Manage development team of 2 (experienced Development Associate and quick learning Development Assistant).
BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience.
2 years of experience in full life-cycle non-profit resource development or sales.
Experience in developing relationships with existing and new donors and managing up, down and sideways.
Exposure to Salesforce or similar CRM system.
Experience in maintaining and growing a donor list, ensuring proactive donor communication, satisfaction, and retention.
Experience in educating new donors (individual, corporate, and philanthropic) on the non-profit community impact and the importance of our work.
A proven record of accomplishment of exceeding targets.
Demonstrated understanding of Salesforce CRM system and great attention to detail.
Independent self-starter, comfortable with ambiguity, and with the ability to thrive in a team environment.
Effective communication skills, including being easy to meet and interested in meeting others.
About The Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club
“The world needs more, caring, responsible, productive, citizens”: this is the transformational impact proposition we believe in at the Mid-Pen BGC. Since 1955, we have worked to create great futures for our community by equipping each member that joins our club with the skills and mindsets they will need to be academically successful, practice healthy lifestyles, and demonstrate good character and leadership. When school is out our five clubhouses in Daly City, Millbrae, and San Mateo are helping low-income youth ages 5-19 grow into their best selves. We do this through high-quality youth development programs after school and during school breaks. All of our programs feature the five elements of positive youth development: fun, safe supportive environment, supportive relationships with adults, opportunities and expectations, and recognition. Oh, and we like to have fun as a team.
We are excited about the prospect of working with you!
If interested, please send your resume to Evan at: email@example.com