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The Bay Area is vibrant with nonprofit organizations. It’s also a competitive market, especially for professionals with the qualities and skills to successfully raise resources. The AFP Golden Gate Job Board is an excellent source for matching organizational needs with people who can take fundraising to a new level.


Job listings are posted in order of date received and remain for 30 days. Please allow up to 48 business hours after submission for your job posting to be reviewed and published on our website.

The fee to post a job:

  • $115 for active AFP members
  • $250 for General Community
     
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4 days ago | Fundraising | East Bay
Position Summary:

Reporting to the Vice President of Philanthropy, the Director of Philanthropy has primary responsibility for planning and executing the identification, engagement, and direct solicitation of prospects and donors capable of making gifts of $100,000 or more to John Muir Health. This position plays an essential role in developing and maintaining a robust pipeline of donors, engaging key donor relations, and increasing overall fundraising revenue. Responsibilities include managing a portfolio of highly rated donors and potential donors and associated administrative tasks and performance metrics, execution of direct solicitation of donors including proposal writing and drafting gift agreements, assuring proper recognition for donors’ gifts, and ongoing engagement and stewardship of individual supporters to sustain meaningful relationships. Additional leadership responsibilities include strategic engagement with health system leadership, physicians, service line leaders, volunteers, grateful patients, and key community stakeholders. The Director of Philanthropy will be an external representative of the Foundation at community events and meetings to ensure that the community is aware of John Muir Health’s fundraising priorities, programs, and services.
1 week ago | Fundraising | Remote
Conservation International protects nature for the benefit of humanity. Through science, policy, fieldwork, and finance, we spotlight and secure the most important places in nature for the climate, biodiversity, and for people. With offices in 30 countries and projects in more than 100 countries, Conservation International partners with governments, companies, civil society, Indigenous peoples, and local communities to help people and nature thrive together.
1 week ago | Development, | Fundraising | East Bay
The O’Dowd development team secures philanthropic resources that propel the work of our faculty, establish access, equity, and belonging for our students, and empower O’Dowd to realize its fullest potential, securing the school into the future.

Bishop O’Dowd High School seeks a Director of Leadership and Planned Giving to qualify, further cultivate, and manage donors to support the strategic fundraising growth of the school. The ultimate focus of this position will be to manage long-term leadership and legacy giving programs for O’Dowd to best maximize the generosity and potential philanthropic donor impact over the course of the next 3+ years, especially as O’Dowd gears up for a coming capital campaign. This individual will be responsible for refining and building a program to qualify, identify, cultivate, and ultimately solicit and steward donors and prospects. Reporting directly to the Chief Development Officer this individual will help the school to realize its fullest potential in its pursuit to advance the mission of the school.
1 week ago | Development | San Francisco
The Chief Development Officer will forge new relationships to build Family House’s financial resources, visibility and impact. In addition, they will be responsible for the design and implementation of a comprehensive fund development plan for creating a diverse revenue stream from key external alliances, including individual, corporate, foundation and other philanthropic support.

They will be primarily responsible for the expansion and diversification of Family House’s donor base/pipeline, securing funding for annual operations, capital improvements and the Fund for the Future Campaign. They will work closely with the board development committee, and support board members as they continue their fundraising efforts.

It is expected that the amount raised by Family House will increase in future years as the Chief Development Officer systematically and effectively strengthens the organization’s sustainable fundraising capacity.
2 weeks ago | Fundraising | San Francisco
About The Glide Foundation:
GLIDE is a nationally recognized center for social justice, dedicated to fighting systemic injustices, creating pathways out of poverty and crisis, and transforming lives. Through its integrated comprehensive services, advocacy initiatives, and inclusive community, GLIDE empowers individuals, families, and children to achieve stability and to thrive. GLIDE is on the forefront of addressing some of society’s most pressing issues, including poverty, housing and homelessness, and racial and social justice. GLIDE’s mission is to create a radically inclusive, just, and loving community mobilized to alleviate suffering and break the cycles of poverty and marginalization.

As GLIDE enters its seventh decade as an iconic San Francisco asset, with a charismatic new leader who boasts both vast professional experience and a proximate personal story, the organization is poised to fulfill its legacy of hope, healing, and unconditional love.

Position Summary:
The Director of Major Gifts will join an established fundraising team with new leadership and be a lead strategist and fundraiser for major individual contributors, with a focus on donors ranging from $10K to >$1M. The Director will engage in all elements of the donor lifecycle—annual sustaining gifts, major contributions, and planned gifts—and empowered (in collaboration with the CAO) to design and lead a team of major gift fundraisers to support this work. To be successful in this role, an individual needs to be high-energy collaborative and entrepreneurial, a steady leader who is able to pivot between being an individual contributor and a supportive manager committed to the success of the larger team and its every member.
2 weeks ago | Development, | Fundraising | Outside of Bay Area
The Parkinson's Foundation (PF) makes life better for people with Parkinson’s disease by improving care and advancing research toward a cure. In everything we do, we build on the energy, experience, and passion of our global Parkinson's community.

The Development Manager is responsible for implementing the mission through fundraising events and corporate, donor, and volunteer development.  This person in this role will grow signature events while deepening stakeholder engagement with the Foundation and cultivate partnerships that promote growth and awareness within the community.
2 weeks ago | Finance | San Francisco
La Cocina is looking for a Director of Finance and Operations. In this role, you will collaborate with the Executive Director and the Deputy Director of Impact to lead the strategy and operations of La Cocina, as well as provide support and guidance to La Cocina’s Board of Directors. In this role, your responsibilities will include the organizations Accounting and Finance, People and Culture and general operational systems that the organization relies on to do the work that we do: Incubate talented food entrepreneurs to formalize their business. As a senior leader on the team, you will be a change agent, driving process and systems improvements to increase efficiency, best practices and automation as the organization evolves, while building relationships with your team and across the organization.
2 weeks ago | Finance | San Francisco
La Cocina is looking for a Director of Finance and Operations. In this role, you will collaborate with the Executive Director and the Deputy Director of Impact to lead the strategy and operations of La Cocina, as well as provide support and guidance to La Cocina’s Board of Directors. In this role, your responsibilities will include the organizations Accounting and Finance, People and Culture and general operational systems that the organization relies on to do the work that we do: Incubate talented food entrepreneurs to formalize their business. As a senior leader on the team, you will be a change agent, driving process and systems improvements to increase efficiency, best practices and automation as the organization evolves, while building relationships with your team and across the organization.
2 weeks ago | Development, | Fundraising | San Francisco
KEXP is an independent radio station and music discovery nonprofit based in Seattle. In March of 2024, KEXP launched a broadcast in the Bay Area, via 92.7 FM. This represents a deep investment in KEXP’s brand of human-centered music curation and a belief that music has the power to transform lives and connect people across all boundaries. To support this Bay Area expansion, KEXP is hiring three positions in philanthropic giving and sales efforts in the region.

Position Summary: The Advancement Coordinator provides administrative support and project coordination to the newly formed KEXP Bay Area fundraising team and other KEXP Bay Area team members. This position is responsible for ensuring that the team has the necessary information and tools and is well-positioned for success in its execution of building relationships with, soliciting gifts from, and stewarding donors and clients in the Bay Area. This position will also be responsible for coordinating engagement, stewardship and cultivation events as necessary, requiring both independent and collaborative work with teams in Seattle.
3 weeks ago | Development, | Fundraising | Remote
Are you experienced with development & fundraising? Are you a strategic, systematic, people-person interested in culture change and transformative experiences?

Wilderness Torah is hiring a Development Manager to propel its fundraising to new heights. Join an inclusive, highly collaborative team in building organizational capacity to deepen impact around the world.

As a critical member of Wilderness Torah, this person will manage the overall planning, tracking, and success of the organization’s development efforts, which includes securing funds through grants, individuals, events, and other fundraising initiatives.

This half-time position will become full-time in 2025, as it evolves within Wilderness Torah’s innovative shared leadership model.