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AIM is diversifying its fundraising program toward increasing revenue from individual and major donors and foundations.
AIM is hiring a Director of Development to manage a capital campaign and to design and build a sustainable fundraising program with a principal emphasis on individual and Major donors, primarily for a capital campaign to complete the financing of the AIM’s new Center for Food and Agriculture (CFA). The Campaign will include a mix of major gifts, corporate and foundation giving, planned giving, and special events. The successful candidate will work closely with the CEO, Campaign Chair, and Board of Directors to develop fundraising goals and strategies.
The Director is a member of the AIM Leadership Team ensuring the organization is successful in the pursuit of its mission and will contribute to the development of AIM’s Strategic Plan. The Director is an individual who values diversity at all levels and is committed to fostering an environment in which community members and co-workers from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, and personal experiences are welcomed and can thrive.
Reporting to the Director of Philanthropy, the Associate Director, Individual Giving (PCLC) serves as a key team member and is actively responsible for the management of the Parks Conservancy Leaders Circle (unrestricted gifts of $1,000+) annual fund campaigns and supports additional restricted campaigns as needed. The Associate Director is a strategic thought-partner to the Director helping to grow the unrestricted major giving portfolio. The Director provides excellent support and customer service to major donors ensuring ongoing growth through consistent and effective outreach to donors through personal connections, events, and renewal and acquisition efforts. The Director staffs and leads the Leaders Circle volunteer fundraising committee and manages the major donor acquisition and renewal programs, the major donor benefit and stewardship programs; and provides financial and data reports on the Leaders Circle, Trails Forever, Presidio Tunnel Tops Campaign, and the People and Parks Forever Fund.
This position is located at Park Headquarters at 201 Fort Mason. Work is performed in an office setting, including a mix of telework and on-site. The Conservancy currently requires a minimum of 4 full days per month onsite; the Development and Membership Branch is committed to two onsite days per week. Due to the nature of this role, more on-site days may be required.
This position is located at Park Headquarters at 201 Fort Mason. Work is performed in an office setting, including a mix of telework and on-site. The Conservancy currently requires a minimum of 4 full days per month onsite. The Development and Membership Branch is committed to two onsite days per week. Due to the nature of this role, more on-site days may be required.
Reporting to the Director of Development & Community Affairs, this role will work closely with the CEO and Chief Program Officer to strategically develop funding partnerships to support and scale Ceres’ impact. This position supervises a Grant Coordinator.
Are you ready to lead a dynamic team and drive transformative change as the Chief Development and External Affairs Officer at the Sacramento LGBT Community Center? This isn’t just a job; it’s an opportunity to shape the future of a vibrant and impactful organization dedicated to the LGBTQ+ community.