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Director of Development - Baltimore Outreach Servicees

Director of Development

Baltimore Outreach Services

Baltimore Outreach Services, Inc. (BOS) is looking for an experienced Director of Development to manage a comprehensive development program comprised of individuals, foundations, corporations and special events. The Director of Development reports directly to the Executive Director and works with Board, staff and volunteers to accomplish BOS’s fundraising objectives.   

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Development Manager - The Arc Baltimore

Development Manager

The Arc Baltimore

This position will play a key role in the administration of the grants program to further develop reliable funding from a broader group of private and corporate foundations for a wider range of programs within the organization. In addition, individual giving will be a focus within two primary groups – workplace donors and family members served by the agency. The duties and responsibilities are split between Grants Administration and Individual Giving.

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Majors Gifts Officer - US Lacrosse

Majors Gifts Officer

US Lacrosse

General Description:
The Major Gifts Officer (MGO) is directly responsible for the strategic oversight of relationships with a defined number of Major Donor prospects (with a capacity to give in excess of $1,000 annually), with a goal of inspiring new levels of engagement, commitment and philanthropic support. The MGO is responsible for managing a portfolio of major gift donors and prospective donors. 

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Marketing Events Specialist - Maryland SPCA

Marketing Events Specialist

Maryland SPCA

Position Summary:
The Maryland SPCA (MDSPCA) hosts a wide variety of events as part of its marketing efforts to support the organization’s growth. The Marketing Events Specialist holds the responsibility for proactively planning and executing these events across each of the three MDSCPA business units – Education, Veterinary Services, and Humane Care. The goals of these events are to generate increased brand awareness, program participation, and ultimately drive financial support. Events of various sizes and budgets are held throughout the year to achieve specific objectives, including: fundraising and donor cultivation; community education, advocacy and outreach; as well as animal adoptions. This position serves as a critical liaison between the Development department and all other MDSPCA departments in creating, coordinating, and delivering high quality, client-focused, and uniquely Maryland SPCA event experiences. Responsibilities span the full spectrum of event management, such as developing event marketing strategies; developing and tracking budgets; identifying the role(s) of staff and volunteers to support each event; managing and nurturing vendor and corporate sponsor relationships; selecting venues; and overseeing event registration and communications with internal and external stakeholders. Success will be measured by the outcomes of each event, event quality, cost efficiencies, and collaboration. The Marketing Events Specialist will report to the Director of Development.

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Director of Advancement - Mercy High School

Director of Advancement

Mercy High School

Founded in 1960 by the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy High School Baltimore provides a rigorous education rooted in Catholic, Mercy values that prepares graduates for leadership in college, in the workplace, and in the community. True to its mission, the school projects a bold vision to create “an environment where young women form habits of lifelong inquiry, critical thinking and courageous action in a global society,” Mercy continues to be a leader in the education of young women. Since its founding, Mercy has produced nearly 8,000 Mercy alumnae whose educational experience included robust service opportunities, faith formation, and competitive athletics.

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Annual Giving Manager - LifeBridge Health

Annual Giving Manager

LifeBridge Health

 

1.  POSITION  SUMMARY:
Responsible for developing and Implementing a comprehensive annual giving program to build a pipeline of donors and a strategy that Increases the number of Individuals and organizations engaged with LifeBridge Health and Its affiliate entities. 

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Alumnae Engagement Manager - Mercy High School

Alumnae Engagement Manager

Mercy High School

Overview:
Mercy High School is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic Alumnae Engagement Manager who will be responsible for developing and managing meaningful engagement opportunities designed to enhance alumnae relationships among graduates and between alumnae and the school. The Alumnae Engagement Manager will support Mercy’s strategic priorities through sustainable and effective alumnae programs. The Alumnae Engagement Manager will be able to represent Mercy High School in the broader community and to articulate the values of the Sisters of Mercy as expressed in the mission of Mercy High School. A successful candidate has the potential to become Mercy’s next Director of Alumnae Engagement. This is a full-time, twelve-month professional position.

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Executive Director - JDRF

Executive Director

JDRF

The Executive Director of the Maryland Chapter is responsible for creating an atmosphere for the volunteers and staff to succeed in meeting the objectives of JDRF’s mission. He or she will accomplish this through leadership, management and growth of the chapter including annual budget development, planning, implementation and evaluation of all operations and events in conjunction with the Regional Director and chapter Board of Directors.

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Director of Development - Pressley Ridge

Director of Development

Pressley Ridge

Position Summary:
The Director of Development reports to the Senior Director of Development (Pittsburgh), with direction from Maryland leadership, and is responsible for planning, managing, and directing fundraising activities in Maryland and Delaware. S/he is responsible for day-to-day planning and management of grant writing, corporate giving/sponsorships, major gifts, special events, and annual fund campaigns conducted on behalf of Pressley Ridge.

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Donor Engagement Manager - Hospice of the Chesapeake

Donor Engagement Manager

Hospice of the Chesapeake

The Donor Engagement Manager is responsible for securing mid to major level contributions to support the programs of Hospice of the Chesapeake (HOC).  This involves the identification and qualification of potential donors and the cultivation and solicitation of qualified prospects and the stewardship of new and past donors.  As a member of the philanthropy team, the Donor Engagement Manager fully participates in the conceptualization, design and communication of the mid and major gifts program and the case for support.  S/he is evaluated according to metrics for prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. 

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Director of Development - Blue Water Baltimore

Director of Development

Blue Water Baltimore

The Director of Development is a position key to the overall strategic growth and sustainability of Blue Water Baltimore. The Director is a senior-level position, responsible for planning and implementing fund raising activities that cultivate major funding sources and developing new fundraising opportunities. The Director of Development reports to the Executive Director, manages the Development Manager, and works in partnership with the Board of Directors’ Development and Executive Committees and senior members of Blue Water Baltimore’s staff.

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Major Gifts Officer - Ladew Topiary Gardens

Major Gifts Officer

Ladew Topiary Gardens

Ladew Topiary Gardens (Ladew), located in Monkton, Maryland, encompasses 22 acres of gardens, an historic manor house, a mile-long nature walk and one of the first native butterfly houses in the region. Ladew welcomes close to 50,000 visitors and members annually for tours as well as a variety of programing. Featured in national magazines for its “creativity” and “playfulness,” Ladew has been recognized as “the most outstanding topiary garden in America” by the Garden Club of America. Highly skilled gardeners, professional staff and dedicated volunteers maintain and promote this natural treasure as a significant cultural, educational and historical resource for the community.

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