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Major Gift Officer 3 - The University of Maryland School of Medicine

Major Gift Officer 3

The University of Maryland School of Medicine

The University of Maryland Baltimore Office of Philanthropy has an exciting opportunity for a Major Gift Officer 3 (MGO3). The MGO3 will be responsible for in-depth knowledge of campus wide community-focused giving opportunities in schools, centers, and offered by the institution as a whole for the purpose of collaborating across schools and units as well as advocating community-based philanthropy to individual, corporate, and foundation donors. While focusing on funds and programs whose beneficiaries are the citizens of Baltimore City, the MGO3 may partner with philanthropy officers across the units to solicit funds for priority programs and initiatives.

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Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships - Baltimore County Public Library

Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships

Baltimore County Public Library

Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, develops and implements a fundraising strategy for Baltimore County Public Library. Plans, directs and oversees fund raising activities and philanthropic growth for the Library through the Philanthropy and Partnerships Department and with the Foundation for Baltimore County Public Library. Uses the library's Strategic Plan to establish fundraising goals that support Library programs, services, and capital initiatives. Cultivates relationships with current and potential donors, and strategic community partners.

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Major Gifts Officer - U.S. Dream Academy, Inc.

Major Gifts Officer

U.S. Dream Academy, Inc.

The Major Gifts Officer for the U.S. Dream Academy (Dream) will design, develop and implement our major gift program. Responsible for managing and cultivating existing relationships and identifying new prospects to help our donors accomplish their philanthropic goals and ambitions through a relationship with Dream. This role reports directly to the Chief Strategy Officer/Executive Vice President and will work closely with the CEO, the Development Committee of the Board, and the 25th Anniversary Campaign Committee.

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Development Manager - Ronald McDonald House Charities Maryland

Development Manager

Ronald McDonald House Charities Maryland

The Development Manager is an integral part of the RMH team and works in collaboration with the Vice President and Director of Annual Giving. The purpose of this role is to build donor relationships and increase fundraising opportunities. Responsibilities focus on supporting cultivation of new donors, developing and managing donor engagement processes and procedures, and planning and managing donor events. This position requires proactive customer service skills alongside a deep understanding, or capacity to learn, the mission of RMH and the impact the organization has on the family members and the ability to articulate the importance of the RMH mission to donors while building and maintaining strong relationships.

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Executive Director, Southern MD - American Red Cross

Executive Director - Southern MD

American Red Cross

Are you ready to make a difference?

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Major Gifts Officer - Anne Arundel Community College

Major Gifts Officer

Anne Arundel Community College

This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic organization positioned for growth. The Major Gifts Officer will be essential in advancing the major gift program at the AACC Foundation and establishing new partner and community relationships to support college initiatives. Our mission at the AACC Foundation is to expand private philanthropy and cultivate partnerships to enhance AACC’s ability to support students and initiatives that strengthen our community. We believe every motivated, hard-working student should have the opportunity to attend college and improve their life through education. Charitable contributions provide scholarships for our students and help support Anne Arundel Community College programs. The Major Gifts Officer is a front-line fundraiser, directly responsible for the identification, cultivation, direct solicitation and stewardship of major donors, driving the effort to secure gifts at the $5,000+ level with a focus on individuals and family foundations. This position will help to develop and implement strategies for qualifying major gift prospects, cultivating donors and maximizing gifts. In addition, this position will work to build and maintain relationships with industry and community members that will support college initiatives.

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Development Manager - Safe Shores

Development Manager

Safe Shores

The Development Manager is responsible for Safe Shores’ fundraising campaigns, donor stewardship and acquisition, events and drives. This role executes a multi-medium fundraising strategy, including face-to-face and virtual donor visits, phone calls and letters, mass email and mailed appeals, seasonal donation drives, public presentations, and both small and larger scale events. The Development Manager’s responsibilities are both detail and timeline oriented as well as require customer service demeanor to build successful and lasting donor relationships. This position is a mandated reporter for child abuse and neglect under District of Columbia Statute §4-1321.02. 

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Director of the Women's Leadership Institute of Baltimore - Notre Dame of Maryland University

Director of the Women's Leadership Institute of Baltimore

Notre Dame of Maryland University

Notre Dame of Maryland University is seeking to hire a Director for our Women's Leadership Institute of Baltimore that will report directly to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement & University Communications. Through innovative and responsive programming, the Director of the Women’s Leadership Institute of Baltimore (WLIB) at Notre Dame of Maryland University will provide enriching opportunities and programming for the greater Baltimore community and beyond, while serving as an engaging resource for students, faculty, staff, alumnae and alumni of NDMU.  The mission of WLIB is founded upon recognizing and celebrating the accomplishments of outstanding women, while curating workshops for leadership development, convening discussion on issues of gender equity. The Director of WLIB will research, create and actively implement programming pertinent to the advancement of women and meant to promote dialogue, and inspire action, social justice, and gender inclusivity.

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Development Writer - Health Care for the Homeless

Development Writer

Health Care for the Homeless

This position is a member of a creative and collaborative Communications Department. The Development Writer is responsible for generating high quality content aligned with department strategies and agency goals. This position works in close collaboration with the Development Department to produce private grant proposals and reports, multi-channel appeals, major gifts communications as well as website content, events communications and articles.

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Development Manager - American Association of Physics Teachers

Development Manager

American Association of Physics Teachers

The part-time AAPT Development Manager will join the AAPT at an exciting time as the association scales its fundraising program. The position will help the CEO by identifying fundraising opportunities, developing relationships with potential donors within and beyond AAPT members, and managing an annual development plan which includes fundraising appeals and communications. The ideal AAPT Development Manager will be highly motivated, professional, organized, and possess curiosity and a willingness to learn. In addition, the Development Manager must exhibit alignment with AAPT’s mission and demonstrate an exceptional drive to further AAPT’s existing fundraising efforts and help strategize and deliver new ones focused on individual donors. Qualifications: A minimum of three years of fundraising, sales, or marketing experience. Exceptional communication and relationship-building skills. Ability to lead and motivate colleagues and volunteers. Strong attention to detail. High level of credibility and integrity. Comfortable working in a small office environment; hands-on work style and approach. Self-starter, proactive, and persistent as well as able to assume initiative and flexible and resourceful. Adept at managing tasks, planning events, and balancing priorities. Strong, demonstrated skills in verbal and written communications, interpersonal relationship building, public speaking, and negotiation. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in communications, business, public relations, or a related field. Certificate in Fundraising, Diploma in Fundraising, or similar qualification. Competence in Microsoft Office suite and donor management systems. Experience writing press releases and/or fundraising letters.

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