Philanthropy Coordinator - Oak Crest Senior Living

Philanthropy Coordinator

Oak Crest Senior Living

We are hiring a Philanthropy Coordinator to join our team who will be responsible for the management of donor records and the development of positive relationships between residents and staff. Compensation: Commensurate with experience starting at $27.00 hourly. How you will make an impact: Managing and processing all gifts, including receiving, depositing, tracking, and acknowledgment letters. Executing fundraising initiatives to include generating request letters, the input of data, acknowledgment of donations, and organization of events. Tracking and coordination of donor engagement activities and event participation. Maintain an accurate database that assists with donor research, calls, and meetings. Providing support for meetings; coordinating venue, room setup, refreshments, and materials. Preparing statistical and special reports as requested. What we offer: Competitive benefits packages including medical, dental, vision, and PTO401k for all employees 18 and over. Company contribution up to 3% once eligible. Education assistance, certification reimbursement, and student loan refinancing partnership programs are available. Onsite medical centers, providing wellness visits and sick care for all employees over 18 years of age. A "career for life" approach to professional and personal development for our greatest asset; our employees. Free onsite parking at all of our communities and corporate offices. A culture of diversity and inclusion, which builds on our values, vision, and mission. Gated community with 24/7 security. What you will need: High School diploma or GED required; Bachelor’s degree preferred. Minimum 1-year experience of demonstrated success in fundraising. Minimum of 1-year experience in special events planning. Experience working with the senior population preferred. Ability to demonstrate discretion, good judgment, and respect for others.

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Baltimore Market Foundation President - Bon Secours Mercy Health

Baltimore Market Foundation President

Bon Secours Mercy Health

The Market President works in collaboration with local market executive and clinical leaders, foundation functional leadership, the BSMH and local market foundation board of directors, donors and other key stakeholders. As local market president, this leader provides long-range strategic leadership and day to day administration of the local market foundation and is responsible for planning, organizing and directing diverse and comprehensive fundraising campaigns reaching all sectors of the community, pursuing fundraising strategies such as planned giving, major gifts, grants, and special events which will enhance the long-term financial health of the foundation and the advancement of BSMH and the local market, recognition and stewardship of major donors, and coordinating the distribution of foundation funds through internal and external fund distributions, and other means, to advance the Mission of BSMH. The president sets annual targets as part of the BSMH Foundation’s strategic plan and annual KPIs. This individual is part of the Foundation Leadership Team and collaborates with the appropriate group leader, the other market presidents, and system functional vice presidents.

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Annual Giving Manager - Jesuit Volunteer Corps

Annual Giving Manager

Jesuit Volunteer Corps

Reporting to the Director of Development, this position is a professional fundraising position that coordinates with the Senior Manager of Communications, FJV Engagement Manager, and Director of Development to develop and execute the annual solicitation strategy in alignment with JVC’s strategic priorities. The Annual Giving program includes direct mail and digital campaigns, peer to peer donor acquisition, and creation of a legacy society.

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Institutional Giving Manager - Public Justice Center

Institutional Giving Manager

Public Justice Center

The Public Justice Center seeks an Institutional Giving Manager – a new position on our development and communications team – to build on our already successful strategies to cultivate relationships with and secure funding from foundations, government agencies, law firms, and other corporations. This position will be a key part of growing the PJC’s investment in long-term, sustained legal advocacy to change systems, laws, and policies that harm people of color and people with low incomes. This is an excellent opportunity for a strategic relationship builder and outstanding writer who wants to make a significant impact on social justice and racial equity in Maryland and nationally. https://www.publicjustice.org/en/institutional-giving-manager/.

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Major & Planned Giving Officer - Mount Saint Joseph High School

Major & Planned Giving Officer

Mount Saint Joseph High School

Mount Saint Joseph High School (MSJ) is an all-boys Catholic high school in Baltimore focusing on college-prep curriculum in the Xaverian tradition. MSJ is seeking an experienced Major and Planned Giving Officer. The Major and Planned Giving Officer assists in planning and implementing activities to meet the long-term goal of building MSJ’s endowment through planned gifts, as well as raising current support for operations, Capital Campaign, and other special initiatives. The Major and Planned Giving Officer coordinates meetings with donors and prospects to cultivate, solicit, and steward major and planned gifts, working as part of a collaborative team across the Advancement Department. This position reports to the Executive Director of Development and works closely with the President’s office.

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Development Director - Student Support Network

Development Director

Student Support Network

The Student Support Network, is seeking a Development Director to implement external relations and fund development strategies to enable its work of supporting students in need through Network partner schools within the Baltimore County Public School system. Applicants should have at least five years experience in a development role, preferably in a “small shop” environment managing a wide variety of activities. We are seeking existing knowledge of annual giving practices and implementation, grant writing and reporting, prospect/relationship management, mid-level gift solicitation and stewardship, and fundraising event strategy.

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