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.
The Hillsborough Schools Foundation (HSF) seeks an Annual Giving/Donor Engagement Associate. As one of the first nonprofit public school foundations in the country, HSF raises over $3.5 million annually through parent and community annual giving campaigns, fundraising events, and corporate partnerships.
Are you an Administrative Professional who would like to work for an organization that helps rescue, adopt and love the most vulnerable animals in our county? Come join our Development & Planned Giving team at the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA!
The Community Engagement Officer acts as the primary point of contact for a variety of funders, donors and stakeholders. This full-time position will manage both key development and relationship building initiatives including mission tours, stewardship programs, fundraising events as well as a portion of the agency’s grant writing and grants management activities.
The Development Associate is responsible for supporting the activities of the Development Team, with a revenue goal of approximately $3M. By ensuring all development administrative functions are complete, this role is responsible for: the management of Vista Center’s donor and communications database, gift entry, the donor acknowledgement process, campaign and strategic reporting, and collaborative initiatives with other departments, and communications for the organization.
Ravenswood Family Health Center’s (RFHC) Health Program Planner/Grant Writer will be responsible for developing, planning, writing, and packaging grant applications and grant reports for a variety of health care programs, strengthening resources and funding for RFHC’s health care programs, and increasing awareness about the organization and its work among patients, partners, and funders.
The Grants Manager is responsible for institutional fundraising for EPAK. Institutional funders: public foundations, community-based funders, private, corporate foundations, family foundations, major individual donors.
BroderickHaight Consulting is pleased to partner with Oasis For Girls in the recruitment of a dynamic, rising, youth empowerment and social justice leader as the new Executive Director to continue 20 years of successfully partnering with young women of color from under-resourced neighborhoods in San Francisco. The Executive Director will drive the growth and strength of our programs by building effective partnerships with key stakeholders; Support a diversified fundraising effort including individual and corporate donors, government and foundation support; Lead the staff, board, volunteers, community and supporters in raising revenues to sustain and current annual operations ($600K). Oasis’ next leader will be an individual of the highest integrity, a seasoned manager who is enthusiastic to fundraise, and a compelling advocate and representative of Oasis and its mission.
The Development Assistant supports the Development Department to implement all fundraising activities. The Development Assistant works closely with all members of the Development team and acts as a development ambassador to other departments.
Fuse Theatre is currently accepting inquiries from community members interested in joining our Board of Directors. Fuse is a nonprofit (501c3) organization that focuses on theatre for social justice and is in the third year of programming. Much of our work is for youth and families. Our goal is to work with and in communities through the art of theatre-making. We take pride in making theatre accessible for all audiences. We are a project based company that pays all of our artists. Our board members have a strong desire to support the powerful experiences that theatre gives the communities and the importance of making theatre. Specifically we are interested in recruiting new members who have background in fundraising/development and/or legal advising.
In this role, you will be responsible for stewarding a portfolio of current and prospective major donors and deepening their engagement with Second Harvest Food Bank. Your relationship building skills and comfort with soliciting large gifts will lead you to meet and exceed annual revenue targets to help the Development team achieve the overall fundraising goal.
Under the leadership of the Director of Development, the Development Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring the administrative operations of the department related to the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individual, foundation, corporate prospects and donors, and special events. This role will also take the lead on the continued development and organizing special events, liaising with program staff on Club events, relationships with program staff, and administrating grants.
The Foundation seeks a Development Director who is poised to make a meaningful impact on the trajectory of the Foundation and student success at SMCCCD. Reporting to Foundation’s Executive Director, the Foundation Development Director is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and implementing contributed income programs, including major gifts, annual giving, planned giving, special events, and faculty and staff giving for the benefit of scholarships and special programs at the SMCCCD’s three colleges (Skyline College, Cañada College, and College of San Mateo).
The Donor Relations Coordinator is the cornerstone of our excellent donor stewardship and an important member of a successful Advancement Team. The position is responsible for maintaining a clean and effective donor database, processing donations, and ensuring donors receive the highest level of stewardship possible, including as appropriate through phone and email contact. The position also supports the Advancement Team with events, writing projects, team initiatives, and support for the Vice President of Advancement, as needed. The ideal candidate will have strong analytic, writing, and communication skills. The position requires a results-oriented team player, and the ability to think on one’s feet.
The Development Associate is responsible for providing general support for all fund development activities. This is a temporary position working 15-18 hours a week. Flexibility in schedule provided. The selected candidate will start working in December 2018 and will need to commit to this job until May 15, 2019.
We are looking for a dynamic and compassionate Data and Evaluation Coordinator. The purpose of the Data and Evaluation Coordinator is to continuously strengthen the quality and impact of Peninsula Family Service's services by promoting the use of data and research in decision-making at all levels of the organization. As a Data and Evaluation Coordinator, you will be driving this mission within the agency's various programs in the core areas of early learning, services for older adults and financial empowerment.
The Executive Director is accountable to the Board of Directors. He or she implements policies established by the Board of Directors; establishes and executes major goals and objectives for the organization; and provides leadership, direction and guidance of the organization’s activities. He or she is responsible for the oversight of all programs and has the overall responsibility for budget and financial management; staffing; program development and implementation; and fundraising from private foundations, public agencies and individual donors. The successful candidate will be a leader, administrator and fundraiser, and will have a passion to provide community-based services to those who are disenfranchised and in greatest need.
Under supervision of the Director of Grants & Communications, the Grants Development Specialist will be responsible for researching, developing, writing, and coordinating funding proposals for foundations, corporations, and government agencies (city, county, state, and federal). The Grants Development Specialist also will manage a portfolio of awarded grants, including stewardship and reporting. In this role, you will work in close coordination with the marketing/communications team and the individual giving team to advance the mission of Caminar.
Develop, maintain, and strengthen StarVista’s sources of revenue by supporting efforts of Director of Development & Marketing, Individual Giving Manager, and Grants Manager through hands-on fundraising efforts. Development Associate will participate in fundraising activities in all functional areas including grantwriting, individual giving, donor relations, direct mail, and special events.
Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA opened its doors in 1950 and serves the San Mateo County community with the following services: animal adoptions, lost and found, animal control, cruelty investigation, community outreach/education, wildlife rehabilitation, spay/neuter, pet loss support groups, and our Hope Program that helps the neediest shelter animals with medical and/or behavioral problems. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic, motivated, self-sufficient candidate who has great attention to detail, strong leadership and donor relation skills with a passion for driving success for a nonprofit organization. The qualified Development Manager will be responsible for annual fund programs, grant writing, budgeting, and donor relations.