Development Associate/Database Manager - The Treatment and Learning Centers

Development Associate/Database Manager

The Treatment and Learning Centers

The Treatment and Learning Centers in Rockville is seeking to hire a full-time Development Associate. The Development Associate organizes and implements the fundraising activities of TLC with a primary focus on database management and event management. Join us if you would like to be a part of a fun, creative, and supportive team.

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Director of Philanthropy - Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland

Director of Philanthropy

Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland

Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland, a faith based, not for profit senior living organization is currently seeking a full time Director of Philanthropy. The primary purpose of this position is to develop fundraising strategies to increase funds raised for annual fund campaign, capital campaigns, major gifts, and planned gifts from residents, families, foundations, corporations, endowment and bequest gifts, and general operating support. Fundraising activities include annual campaigns, fundraising appeals, capital campaigns, special fundraising events and sponsorship solicitations, special projects funded through philanthropy, and other fundraising activities, as assigned. This is a Hybrid model position. QUALIFICATIONS:1.Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent years of fundraising and philanthropy experience. 2.Minimum of three to five years of professional fundraising experience for nonprofit organizations. 3.Ability to use discretion and maintain confidentiality with team members, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel, and the public.4.High level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations. 5.Ability to demonstrate poise, patience, tact, diplomacy, empathy, compassion, flexibility, and personal accountability.6.Excellent organizational skills and presentation skills. 7.Proficiency with the fundraising solicitation and sponsorship process, both oral and written.8.Database management skills and proficiency with Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.9.Experience with CRM, preferably Raiser’s Edge.

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Development Manager - Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund

Development Manager

Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund

The Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) and the Maryland LCV Education Fund, two environmental state-wide, nonpartisan, nonprofit organizations, are seeking a fundraiser to join our team as the Development Manager. The Development Manager plays an essential role in generating revenue for both organizations from individual and corporate donors giving up to $5,000 annually through membership, mid-level giving, and event sponsorship. The position will design and manage a giving program for current donors and prospects via a multi-faceted approach to donor relationship-building that includes emails, phone calls, meetings, events, and direct mail. The Development Manager will organize and execute the donor giving cycle from identification to solicitation through stewardship, with specific attention to upgrading current donors and securing new gifts of $1,000-$5,000. This team member’s fundraising success will be critical to achieving the organizations’ $2+ million annual revenue target. This position works in a collaborative environment and will provide fund development support services to the fundraising team, including database management, record keeping, prospect research, and event assistance. A successful candidate will be proactive, reliable, and a detail-oriented professional. They will have two or more years of fundraising experience in cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding donors. The ideal candidate will possess excellent interpersonal skills with the desire to interact directly with donors and the ability to build meaningful relationships. Maryland LCV & Maryland LCV Education Fund are Equal Opportunity Employers committed to a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace. We welcome applicants who self-identify with one or more historically marginalized populations or minority groups. Salary range: $60,000-$70,000. To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements via email to [email protected] with the Development Manager in the subject line. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

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Consultant - The Curtis Group


The Curtis Group

The Curtis Group is seeking an experienced consultant to join our team in the DC Metro region. The consultant position is a critical role in our firm, helping to guide and coach our clients toward fundraising success. The position works directly with the firm’s principals and associate consultants to oversee a client portfolio focused on major-gift program expansion, campaign management and capacity building. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Overseeing the development and execution of capacity building, planning study and campaign strategy in a multi-client portfolio. Ensuring all internal and client materials meet the highest standards and have been developed in a thoughtful and timely manner. Conducting thoughtful, confidential one-on-one interviews with major philanthropists. Developing individual cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies for donor prospect. Providing guidance and oversight of other team members assigned to the client team. Delivering formal presentations to clients, their boards and external audiences. Providing the highest quality client deliverables The successful candidate will work well on a team as well as independently within established guidelines, be an energetic, self-directed, flexible, organized, detail-oriented individual with the ability to manage multiple priorities and tasks at one time and meet frequent deadlines. It is imperative that he/she possess superior verbal and written communication skills, excellent presentation skills, be proficient in Microsoft Office, and hold a minimum of a BS/BA degree. The position requires 7+ years of development experience, preferably with major-gift and campaign management. After-hours meetings/events and travel are required. This is a remote position, with periodic travel to client sites. Starting salary range of $90,000-$115,000 with opportunity for bonus and advancement and a generous benefits package. E-mail cover letter and resume by Friday, March 15, 2024 to Victoria Dietz, Executive Vice President, The Curtis Group at [email protected]

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Director of Community Engagement - Moveable Feast

Director of Community Engagement

Moveable Feast

The Director of Community Engagement will be responsible for cultivating a culture of philanthropy within the organization. The Director plans and implements a comprehensive fundraising program that includes major gifts, corporate and foundation giving, planned giving, and special events. The Director is an experienced team leader who is responsible for developing and supporting a four-person Community Engagement team to meet fundraising goals, host major fundraising events, communicate with stakeholders and engage volunteers. The position reports to the CEO.

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Director, Major Gifts and Gift Planning - Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland

Director, Major Gifts and Gift Planning

Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland

Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, a premiere provider of aging services, seeks a mission driven Major Gifts and Gift Planning Director for our rapidly growing organization. Responsibilities include managing a portfolio of new and potential major gift donors, and leading Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland’s gift planning efforts, by acting as the content expert on gift planning and strategies, including but not limited to bequests, qualified charitable distributions, stock donations, and donor advised funds. Also responsible for cultivating and stewarding a portfolio of 100 – 150 individual major donors ($5,000 plus), including thank you and recognition strategies to support donor retention, size of donations, and number of donors; overseeing and engaging a portfolio of current donors and new prospects; working with a campaign subcommittee; partnering with the Board of Directors, Executive Director and CEO, and the development team to meet annual fundraising goals, and annual milestones in a multi-year capital campaign.

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Manager, Individual Giving - Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland

Manager, Individual Giving

Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland

Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, a premiere provider of aging services, seeks a mission driven Individual Giving Manager for our rapidly growing organization. Responsibilities will include, managing the annual fund direct mail program, by writing appeals, segmenting donor lists, designing renewal and acquisition appeals, and formulating direct mail, acquisition, and digital strategies, while adhering to the annual calendar, and timeliness of solicitations; supporting the fundraising and development services team through individual giving; implementing a comprehensive donor stewardship strategy; supporting donor cultivation events and identifying new donors. This position also includes independently overseeing a portfolio of current mid-level donors, working through a moves management system.

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Special Events Coordinator - Ulman Foundation

Special Events Coordinator

Ulman Foundation

As the Special Events Coordinator, you will be responsible for working with the Chief Development Officer (CDO), Sr. Director of Development, Manager of Events and Experiences, and members of the Ulman Foundation Board of Directors and volunteers to assist with the execution of the organization’s revenue generation strategies with a specific emphasis on special events and corporate partnerships. In this role, you will help oversee the execution of the Blue Jeans and Bow Ties Ball with lead responsibility for the organization and management of the silent and live auctions at the event. You will also assist with key elements of the execution of the event. As a fundraising professional on the Development team, you will represent the organization at events and in the community. You will collaborate with the CDO and Sr. Director of Development to assist with our Development efforts and be a key partner to Ulman’s Events & Experiences, Marketing, and Service & Care Delivery teams. You will identify and manage a portfolio of prospects, relationships, and partnerships focused on involving business leaders and employees in volunteering, fundraising, event attendance, sponsorship, and overall philanthropic efforts. Specific responsibilities of this position include: Assist with Blue Jeans and Bow Ties Ball event execution and revenue generation; Manage and oversee a portfolio of lower-level corporate donors; Provide event and logistical support for a variety of peer-to-peer fundraising events. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected] with “Special Events Coordinator” as the subject line.

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Chief Development Officer - Hope for Henry

Chief Development Officer (Hybrid - Metropolitan DC)

Hope for Henry

Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with the Hope for Henry Foundation in the search for a Chief Development Officer. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and Founder, the Chief Development Officer will join a world class team that is a driving force for change in how hospitals and other healthcare providers care for children. The Chief Development Officer will guide the vision and strategy for Hope for Henry’s continued growth from 40 to over 100 hospitals and foster a culture of philanthropy within the organization that supports this critical work. The Chief Development Officer will bring an energetic passion for Hope for Henry’s mission and a track record of fundraising success to their role. The Chief Development Officer will provide strategic input on key organizational decisions, and partner with leaders from across the organization to ensure a continued path for evolution, growth, and impact.

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