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Executive Director of Advancement - USA East Province of the Society of Jesus

Executive Director of Advancement

USA East Province of the Society of Jesus

The USA East Province of the Society of Jesus is one of four Provinces of the Society of Jesus in the United States and one part of the worldwide body of Jesuits. The Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) is a Roman Catholic order of priests and brothers founded in 1540 by the soldier-turned-priest, Saint Ignatius Loyola. In the vision of their founder, they seek to “Find God in All Things” and commit themselves to the “Greater Glory of God.” With close to 17,000 priests and brothers worldwide, the USA East Province is the largest province in the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States, comprising 580 Jesuits, 10 colleges and universities, 30 middle and high schools, 18 parishes, 4 retreat centers, and 2 international schools.

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Marketing & Communications Coordinator - Arts for the Aging

Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Arts for the Aging

This position is ideal for an individual interested in building a career in marketing and communications, and who wants to help a growing mid-size nonprofit build and cultivate new marketing and communications infrastructure, systems, and standard operating procedures. We seek a coordinator with passion for supporting Arts for the Aging’s culture of collaboration, compassion, and innovation; values of community outreach, participatory engagement, and respect; and dedication to aligning programs, practices, and communications accordingly. The full description is posted on our website here: https://artsfortheaging.org/about-us/#opportunities. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Send your cover letter, including what makes you a good fit for this role, and your resume to [email protected] Attention/Subject: marketing and communications coordinator search. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone inquiries or snail mail applications, please. COMPENSATION/BENEFITS: Salary range: $42,000 - $47,000 commensurate with experience. Benefits: Vacation, sick/personal leave, health insurance plan, matching retirement plan (SIMPLE IRA), professional development (coaching, membership fees, education workshops), business travel reimbursement.

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Senior Development Writer - Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Senior Development Writer

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

The Senior Development Writer is responsible for crafting powerful, persuasive materials that connect CBF donors and prospects to the organization's mission. The Writer will produce a suite of compelling proposals, reports, letters, and other materials which aid CBF’s donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. The Writer will tailor CBF's organization-wide messages for a donor audience, and ensure the quality, accuracy, and timeliness of CBF's donor communications.

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Endowment Development Manager - The Associated

Endowment Development Manager

The Associated

The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore, is seeking an Endowment Development Manager to join our team. The Endowment Development Manager will work collaboratively with the Planned Giving Team to cultivate and solicit endowment gifts for The Associated and participating agencies and partners, including communications with and recognition of legacy donors, and prospects for LIFE & LEGACY* PLUS. In addition, this position will coordinate professional and lay training in endowment development, and communicate its benefits to affiliated agencies, donors, and prospects coordinating with marketing campaigns.  The Endowment Development Manager will monitor development goals and progress, in conjunction with Supervisor, to guide development efforts and related communications to Boards, Affiliates, donors, professional advisors and prospects. 

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Campaign and Development Coordinator - St. Ignatius Loyola Academy

Campaign and Development Coordinator

St. Ignatius Loyola Academy

The Campaign and Development Coordinator is responsible for administering and managing all parts of a campaign for capital and programmatic priorities. The incumbent will report to the Chief Advancement Officer and work in close collaboration with other members of the Advancement Office, fundraising counsel, Campaign Steering Committee and volunteers to ensure all aspects of the campaign are moving forward, data is captured accurately, and individualized strategies are created for identified campaign prospects.

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Development Manager, Corporate & Civic Giving - The Arc Central Chesapeake Region

Development Manager, Corporate & Civic Giving

The Arc Central Chesapeake Region

The Development Officer, Corporate & Civic Giving will partner with the Vice President of Development to create strategies and implement activities to identify, cultivate, and solicit gifts from existing and potential donors through annual gifts, significant gifts, and planned gifts. They will maintain a portfolio of 100-125 constituents and provide custom cultivation for each donor.

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Donor Engagement Manager - Maryland League of Conservation Voters

Donor Engagement Manager

Maryland League of Conservation Voters

Maryland LCV and Maryland LCV Education Fund are seeking an experienced fundraiser to join our staff as the Donor Engagement Manager to support a robust and growing development program. This position is a full-time professional position that requires a minimum of three years of direct fundraising experience of $1,000+ gift solicitations and donor stewardship. Candidates should have excellent interpersonal skills with the desire and ability to directly interact with donors; demonstrated knowledge of best practices to improve donor retention, acquisition and increase average gift amounts; and excellent verbal and written communication.This position reports to the Development Director and will be primarily responsible for managing and growing the mid-level giving program which is focused on raising funds from individual donors giving annually in the $1,000 - $10,000 range. The position will develop and manage a giving program of current donors and prospects via a multi-faceted approach to donor relationship-building that includes phone calls, meetings, events, direct mail, and digital engagement. The Donor Engagement Manager will participate in organizing and executing the donor giving cycle from identification to solicitation through stewardship, with specific attention to securing new gifts and upgrading donors to ensure successful supporter engagement and outcomes. This team member’s success will be critical to achieving the organizations’ $2+ million annual revenue budget and fundraising campaign goals. 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. To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements via email to [email protected] with Donor Engagement Manager in the subject line. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

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Grants Manager - The Arc Central Chesapeake Region

Grants Manager

The Arc Central Chesapeake Region

The Arc Central Chesapeake Region (The Arc) supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) to live, work, and connect with their community. As the Grants Manager, you will be responsible for researching, preparing, submitting, and managing grant proposals and reports for The Arc and its subsidiaries that meet funder guidelines and criteria. You will serve as the organization’s primary grant writer, manage funder relationships, submit compliance reports, and support special project initiatives. A deep understanding of grant processes is necessary as the Grants Manager will be responsible for providing strategic guidance on grant options and requirements for multiple large grants every year. The Grants Manager will maintain a library of grant support documents, a master calendar of grant meetings and due dates, and maintain and build strong relationships with current and future funders. The Grants Manager will monitor grant compliance and reporting, including outcome measurement and tracking grant budgets. Researching statistics, trends, and data for grant proposals and funder engagement are also key aspects of this role. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and five years of experience in nonprofit administration, grant writing or grants management, though a Master’s degree and previous experience managing federal grants is a plus. Candidates must have proven success in meeting or exceeding fundraising goals, and have strong administrative, writing, and editing skills. The annual salary is $90,000 per year and comes with a competitive benefits package. To apply, please visit our careers page at www.thearcccr.org/careers or send your resume directly to [email protected] The Arc Central Chesapeake Region (The Arc) is a dynamic regional organization providing person-centered supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live, work, and connect with their communities. We advocate for equity and access for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live self-determined lives and foster opportunities towards self-sufficiency. To learn more, visit www.thearcccr.org. The Arc highly encourages all employees to become fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and other communicable diseases. All new hires who have a COVID-19 vaccination card are encouraged to submit a copy to our People & Culture department.

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Development Manager - Preservation Maryland/The Campaign for Historic Trades

Development Manager

Preservation Maryland/The Campaign for Historic Trades

The Development Manager reports to the Vice President and will manage organizational fundraising efforts with a focus on our program, The Campaign for Historic Trades. This is a full-time professional position that requires a minimum of three years of experience. Candidates should have demonstrated practical experience in charitable non-profit fundraising and be adept at constituent relationship management systems. Experience working with Engage is preferred. Salary $56,000 – $65,000, annually. Compensation will be commensurate with education and experience.This position will assist with a broad range of activities in support of fundraising and development efforts focused on The Campaign for Historic Trades. Responsibilities include: drafting fundraising appeals to individual and corporate donors, prepare or oversee drafting of grant proposals to agencies and foundations, generate and prepare fundraising reports, prepare mailing lists for donor communications, such as appeals and event invitations, lead execution of organizational fundraising and stewardship events, meet with donors and prospective donors / funders, develops face-to-face cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies for donors, responsible for donor communication / correspondence including gift proposals, supports production and distribution of donor mailings, oversee special fundraising projects as identified in collaboration with the VP, develop and execute annual fundraising plans, including goals and benchmarks, research and identify prospective funders, build and maintain corporate partner / funder relationships, provide broad support for development efforts, and work collaboratively with Campaign for Historic Trades team on identified goals.

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