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Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is transforming the way America’s injured veterans are empowered, employed, and engaged in their communities. WWP works with warriors and their families to create paths toward success as they transition back into civilian life. The Chief Development Officer (CDO) will provide oversite for the entirety of this national fundraising program and serve as the catalyst for designing and executing fundraising strategies. As the primary fundraising ambassador for WWP, the CDO will need to be highly visible and capable of providing oversite for a large and complex development enterprise consisting of multiple revenue channels.
With campuses in Miami, Florida, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and a University Center in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, Albizu University is an educational institution whose accredited study and research programs are founded, both in theory and in practice, on the multicultural heritages of Puerto Rico and South Florida. The Director of Development is a newly created leadership position. The President is interested in a development professional who will embrace the culture of Albizu. The Director of Development position will be charged with creating a distinguished Development program that advances awareness, financial support, alumni participation, and an overall culture of philanthropy.
Rady Children’s Hospital Foundation
Director of Annual Giving & Direct Response
San Diego, California
The Director of Annual Giving & Direct Response is responsible for creating, executing and managing multichannel direct response strategies, focusing on acquisition, retention and upgrading of donors in alignment with priorities identified by the supervisor. The Director is also responsible for analyzing giving data and developing, implementing and measuring strategies to elevate donor giving and grow the pipeline of lead annual giving, major and gift planning prospects.
The Associate Director of Philanthropy will manage key members of the Philanthropy Department. The Associate Director with manage a portfolio of Foundation relationships, with the goal of identifying new Foundation giving opportunities and growing current agency Foundation relationships towards higher solicitation asks. This position will work closely with the Director of Philanthropic Operations to ensure all fundraising related special events meet or exceed revenue goals. The Associate Director will work collaboratively with members of the Programs Department and Marketing and Communications team to ensure that funders are invited to stewardship events and fundraising initiatives are communicated to the community.
The Philanthropy Officer, Major Gifts position is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gifts from individuals for Promises2Kids educational initiative, Partners in Education, as well as other organizational funding priorities. The Philanthropy Officer will maximize gift revenue from current donors while engaging new prospective constituents and is a key contributor to the major gift budget and annual agency growth. The Philanthropy Officer interacts regularly with the Director of Philanthropic Operations, Development Team, Programs Team, and agency key stakeholders in performing the position’s principal duties.
The Associate Vice President of University Advancement partners with the Vice President to provide strategic leadership, direction and management for University Advancement and the St. Cloud State University Foundation. The Associate Vice President leads and provides direction to the Major Gifts team, the Director of Annual Giving, the Director of Prospect Research and the Foundation’s Scholarship Administrator. In addition to their leadership the Associate Vice President personally manages a major gift portfolio and is responsible for generating gift revenue.
Rady Children’s Hospital Foundation
Director of Philanthropy, Corporate & Community Fundraiser
San Diego, California
The Corporate and Community Fundraiser is responsible for developing relationships with a core group of prospective organizations, corporations and community advocates in and around San Diego. The Director of Philanthropy for Corporate and Community engagement will manage a portfolio and work with leadership to expand corporate and community fundraising efforts-all designed to grow philanthropic support and maintain a sustainable revenue stream that will help fund ongoing institutional needs.
The Director of Philanthropy will work with leadership to execute fundraising strategies in support of organizational priorities designed to improve pediatric healthcare in San Diego and beyond. Through effective moves management the Director will manage a portfolio of donors whose interest may span a variety of therapeutic disciplines. The Director of Philanthropy will be team-oriented and collaborative while serving as part of a high functioning team. This is a frontline fundraising position with a focus on cultivating relationships and securing philanthropic support.
The Associate Director of Philanthropy will work with leadership to execute fundraising strategies in support of organizational priorities designed to improve pediatric healthcare in San Diego and beyond. Through effective moves management the Associate Director will manage a portfolio of donors whose interest may span a variety of therapeutic disciplines. The Associate Director will be team-oriented and collaborative while serving as part of a high functioning team. This is a frontline fundraising position with a focus on cultivating relationships and securing philanthropic support.
The Senior Director is responsible for creating, coordinating and executing major fundraising programs for the Memorial Hermann Foundation. S/he will provide leadership and direction while working collaboratively with Foundation and System staff, physicians and donors to advance philanthropic support for the Memorial Hermann Health System. The Senior Director, Major Gifts will manage a significant portfolio of high capacity donors and donor prospects and will be responsible for planning, directing and soliciting both planned and major gifts to support Memorial Hermann’s funding priorities.
The Senior Director will manage a significant portfolio of high-capacity donors and donor prospects and will be responsible for planning, directing and soliciting both planned and major gifts to support Memorial Hermann’s funding priorities. As the Foundation’s primary gift officer for planned giving, the Senior Director will have management responsibilities to create, coordinate and execute a deferred giving program recognized as thorough, accessible and donor centric.