Program and Development Manager | Whistleblower and Source Protection Program

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Washington, DC

The Whistleblower and Source Protection Program (WHISPeR) at ExposeFacts is a non-profit program that provides critical legal support for whistleblowers and media sources in the national security and human rights arena. Our model encompasses affordable legal protection, public advocacy, investigative journalism, and the latest in encryption technology. By protecting whistleblowers, sources, and online activists, we facilitate robust investigative journalism, hold government to account, protect the freedoms of speech, privacy and the press, and foster the most critical component of democratic society: an informed citizenry.

Vice President: Institutional Advancement | Randolph College

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Lynchburg, VA

Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia, seeks an energetic, creative, and visionary leader for the position of vice president for institutional advancement. The dynamic individual chosen will serve as the chief advancement officer for the College and lead alumnae and alumni relations, corporate and foundation relations, and development activities, and have a close working relationship with the Office of College Relations. Reporting directly to the president, the vice president will provide vision and leadership to assist the president in attaining the College’s advancement and institutional goals. The vice president will be responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing all fundraising programs, including planned giving, annual giving, capital and major campaigns, scholarship, and faculty development funds. She or he will also support Randolph College through sound fiscal management of a growing endowment portfolio.

Annual / Alumni Giving Officer | Clackamas Community College

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Oregon City, OR

Design, direct, implement, and execute an annual fund campaign that addresses all elements of a 2-year community college including business appeals, corporate matching programs, event/sports related appeals, and alumni support. Coordinate and work with staff and volunteers to complete annual fund activities and goals. Assist in maintaining donor database. Participate in board meetings and special events as required.

Grant Writing and Fundraising Associate | Envision Kindness Inc.

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East Lyme, CT

A successful Associate would primarily focus on researching and writing grants. Working with the President, the Associate will primarily work remotely (home-based), telecommuting and using e-mail to communicate, but some travel may be necessary to attend important meetings or events. Hours are mostly flexible to the Associate’s schedule.

Leadership Annual Giving Officer | University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

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Ann Arbor, MI

Under the direction of the Sr. Director of Development, Medical Education & Alumni Relations and the Sr. Director of Annual Giving, the Leadership Annual Giving Officer, will play a critical role in the direct, front-line solicitation of leadership annual gifts ($1,000 – $25,000 or more when appropriate) to support various programs across UMHS. In this role the Leadership Annual Giving Officer will also identify and qualify major gift prospects. The Leadership Annual Giving Officer will work on several cross organization fundraising initiatives aimed at increasing the number of leadership annual donors, and revenue, to various UMHS programs.

Grant Writer | University of Chicago

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Chicago, IL

Responsible for ensuring the clarity, consistency, and effectiveness of all development and other public communications, in line with Museum and University best practices and priorities. The communications manager produces strong and effective copy in a wide range of formats, including grant applications; stewardship reports; the Museum’s annual report, Bulletin; direct-mail solicitations; press releases, blog-posts, and gift acknowledgments.

Communications and Program Manager | Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Cambridge, MA

Communications/outreach duties include generating content and coordinating the production and distribution of digital and print communications; strategizing, coordinating, and carrying out communication and outreach around J-WAFS’ events/activities; developing and maintaining contact database; drafting reports; supporting the generation of proposals and presentations; tracking and reporting all major outcomes; copyediting and formatting documents/presentations; coordinating contract work; and drafting letters to donors and working with Resource Development on regular donor communication.

Grant Writer: Law School | University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

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Minneapolis, MN

The Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal justice seeks a grant writer to assist in efforts to seek funding and support for its current and planned activities in criminal justice law and policy.

Nueva Fund and Alumni Relations Manager | The Nueva School

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Hillsborough, CA

The Nueva Fund and Alumni Relations Manager will report to the Director of Institutional Advancement and will be responsible for the strategic and tactical execution of the Advancement department’s goals. S/he will plan collaboratively with leadership to maximize potential impact and benefits in critical areas of fundraising, alumni relations, and donor stewardship and recognition. S/he will ensure that Nueva priorities, mission, and stewardship components are reflected in all work.

Director: Development, Annual Giving | Serving Seniors

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San Diego, CA

The Director of Development, Annual Giving’s primary responsibility is the strategic development, execution and management of a comprehensive annual giving program, including the coordination and oversight of supporting initiatives in the areas of development services and donor relations.