Fundraising Management Grad Students Portfolio Show
Date: Tues. 22 April
Time: 3-6 pm view without students present
6-9 pm with students present
Place: The Spoke Club 600 King St West Toronto
View the online show at http://thespecshow.com/#tags_cats=.fundraisers
No RSVP required.
Please download the full posting here:
Philanthropy Officer, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, April 2014
Creating a better world for children by inspiring philanthropy. BC Children’s Hospital Foundation (BCCHF) works with thousands of individual and corporate donors to advance child health by funding research, leadership recruitment, education and equipment and capital projects at three Vancouver-based facilities – BC Children’s Hospital, Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, and Child & Family Research Institute.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Philanthropy Officer, Major Gifts will be part of a team working under the general direction of the Director of Philanthropy and is responsible for implementing fundraising activities relating to major gift initiatives in order to sustain and deepen prospective and current donors’ commitment to the hospital’s highest priorities.
- Donor Development: Actively manage a portfolio of 100 – 125 major gift prospects and donors. The Philanthropy Officer will plan and participate in the implementation of individual strategies for these prospects. This includes working collaboratively with other members of the Philanthropy team to coordinate strategies with assigned prospects, preparing tailored and personalized proposals, and actively participating in and occasionally taking the lead with cultivation events.
- Stewardship: Within their overall portfolio, maintain a stewardship portfolio, ensuring that donors receive personalized correspondence, reports and updates in a timely and professional manner.
- Record Keeping: Maintain and properly record information about prospects and donors utilizing centralized electronic filing system and database; report and monitor activity associated with his/her portfolio; produce briefing notes, solicitation plans and call reports to ensure that donor histories are part of the institution’s memory.
- Relationship Management: Develop and maintain relationships with physicians, researchers and hospital staff; involve the appropriate colleagues across the hospital to coordinate and execute strategies.
- Volunteer Management: Actively seek to identify volunteers for the major gift program, develops and implements recruitment strategies and once recruited, provide ongoing professional support to volunteers.
- Philanthropy Advocate: Serves as an ambassador for the Foundation both within the hospital and larger community, consistently and convincingly demonstrating the role and importance of philanthropic support in advancing pediatric healthcare and research at BC Children’s Hospital.
This position requires an incumbent possessing a post-secondary degree or diploma, plus a minimum of 5 years’ experience in donor development, with a proven track record of securing gifts of $25,000 or more. The incumbent must also possess:
- Exceptional interpersonal skills and professional presence necessary to interact with donors, senior volunteers, senior hospital staff and other stakeholders;
- A demonstrated ability to identify and implement major gift strategic planning and solicitation strategies in support of funding priorities;
- Excellent problem solving skills, business acumen, strategic aptitude and sound judgment;
- Sound knowledge of the market place and donor base;
- Exceptional and proven oral and written communication skills;
- Ability to efficiently organize and manage a diverse range of assignments while meeting multiple deadlines, along with thorough attention to all details and consistent with follow through;
- Resourcefulness and independence, while remaining comfortable working within the framework of a collaborative, team-oriented environment;
- Sound computer skills and experience with Raiser’s Edge and Microsoft Office applications applied to the preparation of proposals, reports and presentations;
- Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information appropriately and with discretion;
- A flexible schedule with allows for multiple after-hours events and meetings;
- CFRE designation is an asset;
- Fluency in Mandarin is an asset.
HOW TO APPLY
In addition to a nine-day fortnight and a commitment to professional development, we offer a dynamic team environment and a comprehensive compensation package including benefits.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply online at www.bcchf.ca/careersby 5:00 PM, Monday, April 28, 2014.
We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Please download the full position prospectus here: Major Gifts Officer, Havergal College
Overview of Position
The Major Gifts Officer plays a key role in the development of Havergal’s major gift program. She/He provides support for the Principal, Executive Director, Advancement & Community Relations (A&CR), and for members of the Leadership Council of Havergal’s Board of Governors. The Major Gifts Officer is continually engaged in tasks related to donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
- Manages all aspects of the planning and implementation of Havergal’s major gift program including: volunteer management; identification and assignment of prospects; major gift cultivation and solicitations; proposal, gift agreement and briefing document writing; recognition and stewardship; gift negotiation and reporting.
- With the ED, manages the recruitment of influential volunteers for the school’s Leadership Council and other committees, and ensures that they are appropriately trained and supported.
- With the Annual Giving Officer, monitors the maintenance of gift and pledge records, letters of thanks and reporting to key stakeholders.
- Participates as a member of the A&CR team and performs all other duties as assigned.
- The Major Gifts Officer will understand and perform his/her duties in accordance with the mission and values of Havergal College and work in a manner that will enhance the activities of the whole A&CR team. The Major Gifts Officer will serve on a number of internal and volunteer committees and will handle all information ethically, accurately and confidentially.
Qualified and interested candidates should forward applications by May 2nd, 2014 to:
Gérard Consulting – Fundraising Talent Management
Phil Gérard, President
Associate Director of Development, University of Toronto
Senior Area Manager, Peel Region, Heart and Stroke Foundation
Senior Area Manager, Toronto, Heart and Stroke Foundation
Development Officer, Corporate Partnerships, Evergreen
Senior Development Officer, York University
Planned Giving Officer, North York General Foundation
Download the full position prospectus here: Donor Services Coordinator, Resource Development, Rick Hansen Foundation
The Rick Hansen Foundation (RHF) is a Canadian-based not-for-profit organization that unifies numerous organizations and leaders to work in partnership towards positive change for a healthy and inclusive world, with a key focus of improving the lives of those with spinal cord injuries.
The Resource Development team is seeking a dynamic individual with previous gift processing experience for a charitable organization, who possesses strong communication skills, excellent attention to detail and is highly driven in assisting volunteer fundraisers meet their goals.
Reporting to the Director, Community Giving, the Donor Services Coordinator works closely with the entire Resource Development team – Donor Services; Government; Major Gifts; Corporate; Community Giving – as well as with the Finance Department and the Office of Rick Hansen. This position will provide support related to donor information or database accuracy, conducting all the data entry and processing for donations received through email and online. The responsibilities and tasks of the position are weighted approximately as follows: 75% gift processing, donor services, online platform and small special projects; 10% data record management; and 15% in volunteer fundraiser support.
More specifically, the Donor Services Coordinator will:
- Manage all donor communications through mail, email and phone, as well as manage the foundation’s online donations/fundraising/events platform;
- Ensure all donor requests and questions are answered swiftly and effectively with solutions per best practices outlined in the Imagine Canada Standards Program;
- Support volunteer fundraisers in partnership with the Director, Community Giving;
- Implement and manage gift processing for the foundation;
- Conduct data entry utilizing Raiser’s Edge and other databases such as Salesforce;
- Work with the Finance Department for bank deposits and shared data reporting, as well as to ensure accuracy with fund designation, gift coding and appeal codes;
- Work with the Resource Development team, Finance team and the Database Manager to ensure the foundation is following CRA guidelines;
- Work with the Database Manager to ensure overall accuracy with data entry;
- Provide updates on gifts received, special donor requests and volunteer fundraisers;
- Process donations, tax receipts, and thank you letters in an accurate and timely manner;
- Maintain all donor records regularly; and
- Perform related duties in keeping with the purpose and accountabilities of the position as required.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested and qualified candidates can forward their resumes via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting competition #2014-06. While we thank all applicants for their interest, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. For more information on the Rick Hansen Foundation, please visit our website at www.rickhansen.com
An equivalent combination of education, experience and skills/behaviors will be considered.