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Director of Advancement

Company: Special Olympics Virginia

Date posted: Dec 8, 2022

Job Title: Director of Advancement

Purpose: To plan, direct and manage the major gifts program of Special Olympics Virginia (SOVA) to include identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major donors and prospects.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop and manage a portfolio of at least 100 existing and potential major gift donors statewide.
  • Identify, research, and steward relationships with existing donors leading to leadership and major gift solicitations; qualify, cultivate, and solicit appropriate prospects.
  • Manage and create personalized, full cycle strategies around potential gifts of $10,000+ annually.
  • Collaborate with President, Development Staff and Board of Directors to identify, inform, cultivate, involve and solicit prospective individual donors statewide.
  • Motivate and support volunteer leadership for cultivation, solicitation and stewardship calls.
  • Develop and maintain a system to coordinate all aspects of the SOVA major gifts program (planning, strategizing, researching, budgeting, etc.).
  • Develop and maintain prospect/donor information in SOVA’s CRM, Salesforce. 
  • Maintain an in-depth knowledge of SOVA’s mission, priorities, impact and goals.
  • Prepare proposals, stewardship plans, and other correspondence for prospects and donors.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


  • Minimal level of relevant experience:  At least 3 years of experience in a position with similar responsibilities.
  • Excellent organizational, critical thinking, analytical, written and oral skills.
  • Ability to collaborate with multiple diverse groups of people.

This position is exempt. The salary range is  $70,000-$80,000.

If this opportunity to work for Special Olympics Virginia sounds interesting to you, please send cover letter and resume to


Development & Communications Coordinator

Company: All Saints Catholic School

Date posted: Nov 16, 2022

Job description - Development and Communications Coordinator

All Saints Catholic School in Richmond, VA is currently seeking enthusiastic and dynamic individual to help develop, implement, and coordinate a comprehensive annual giving program, including communication plans, appeals, and campaigns that utilize a variety of communication channels such as web, direct mail, email, and social media to reach all key constituent groups. This position is involved with coordinating programs and events designed to strategically identify and cultivate all constituencies in meaningful ways that transition into engaged volunteers and donors. The successful candidate must be an enthusiastic role model who is passionate about sharing the Catholic faith, capable of working collaboratively with colleagues, and demonstrate a commitment to advance the mission of the school.

• Build sustainable and positive professional relationships with constituents.
• Produce regular reports on fundraising progress for school leadership.
• Direct annual solicitation to support the overall school mission
• Accurately generate reports to support ongoing development activities including data segmentation, querying, importing and exporting information from the donor database.
• Coordinate annual fund solicitation strategies for prospects, participate in moves management processes and assist in identifying major gift prospects.
• Jointly manage parent and volunteer efforts related to All Saints Appeals, including volunteer identification, recruitment, training and/or stewardship.
• Oversee the acknowledgement, stewardship, and recognition of annual fund donors (including first time, consecutive, and leadership donors) in ways that facilitate donor retention.
• Partner in the creation and production of an Annual Report.
• Maintain up-to-date knowledge of industry best practices.
• Other duties as assigned by the principal.

Qualifications/Experience Required:
• Requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree.
• Experience with fundraising and annual giving programs
• Prefer experience equal to working in a Catholic and/or educational setting.
• Computer literate and technologically proficient.
• Highly organized and motivated.
• Effective Communicator.

Start Date: Immediate (12-month exempt position)
Salary: commensurate with experience (starting at $51,000)
Job Type: Full-time
To apply: Please send cover letter, resumé, Diocesan application (www.richmond, and references to Scott Meadows, Principal at or All Saints Catholic School / 3418 Noble Avenue / Richmond, VA 23222.

Resource Development Manager

Company: Richmond Metro Habitat for Humanity

Date posted: Nov 15, 2022

Job Title: Resource Development Manger

Division/Unit: Development

Location: Richmond Headquarters

FLSA Status: Exempt

Reports to: VP of Resource Development

Travel Required: Local

Position Type: Full time


Richmond Metro Habitat for Humanity is seeking a Resource Development Manager to support our evolving fundraising and development program, including our annual fund, build sponsorships, individual-donor activities, and construction gifts-in-kind. The right candidate will have the opportunity to advance their development knowledge in multiple areas of nonprofit fundraising. This individual should be organized, strategic, detail-oriented, energetic, self-motivated, flexible, and able to balance multiple assignments.  We are looking for someone who will take the initiative to learn new skills and problem solve, and understand and anticipate needs.

The candidate should have some previous paid or volunteer fundraising experience, or the equivalent sales or customer service experience. Nonprofit experience is a plus.  This individual must be committed to Habitat’s mission.

This position is responsible to support the development and implementation of a comprehensive, strategic, integrated effort to build Richmond Metro Habitat for Humanity’s fundraising program and our base of donors.  The Resource Development Manager will coordinate a year-round acquisition, cultivation and stewardship program for our annual fund, corporate build sponsors, and construction gifts-in-kind.  The person in this role will oversee and manage all aspects of the daily operations of these programs, including meeting financial goals within our development program.


  • Cultivate and solicit annual fund donors, build sponsors, and construction gifts-in-kind, engaging the VP of Resource Development, the CEO, and other Habitat co-workers, as required.
  • Develop and execute a three to five-year plan for doubling our annual campaign and build sponsorships to meet our vision of expanding affordable homeownership availability in the Richmond area.
  • Implement on-going personal/written/phone contact with donors/potential donors.
  • Coordinate with the Director of Communications, the Director of Community Engagement, the Database Coordinator, the Grants & Stewardship Manager and other staff, as necessary, for events, collateral pieces, production timelines and anticipated staff roles in various projects.
  • Staff lead for a selection of donor-related special events. In coordination with the Director of Community Engagement, implement an annual recognition event for key donors and volunteers.
  • Produce weekly status reports.
  • Oversee and report monthly status of annual fund progress, build sponsorships, and construction gifts-in-kind for staff, the Resource Development Committee and the Board.
  • Attend bi-weekly development planning meetings and monthly Resource Development Committee meetings.
  • Assist in preparing our Annual Report in collaboration with the Director of Communications, VP of Resource Development, Chief Operating Officer and CEO.
  • Act as liaison with groups who raise funds for Richmond Habitat and donate gifts-in-kind, staying informed on activities.
  • Act as a spokesperson for the organization as needed to bring in funding, gifts-in-kind, volunteers, etc.
  • Other duties as required and assigned/approved by VP of Resource Development.


  • Belief in Habitat for Humanity’s global mission, principles and structure.
  • Ability to take initiative, plan, prioritize, organize and handle multiple tasks meeting strict deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate with integrity and authority.
  • Ability to use discretion when dealing with sensitive or confidential matters.
  • Superior problem resolution and analytical skills.
  • Strong organizational and verbal communication skills, and keen attention to detail. Strong writing skills are a plus.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.


  • Fundraising or equivalent volunteer/work experience, including a record of successful fundraising and/or sales; a minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience required.
  • 1 or more years of experience in a non-profit fundraising setting preferred.
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office® products, specifically Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.

The salary range will be between $50,000 and $55,000.  Candidates are asked to send their resume and cover letter to  The position will be open until filled and we will start reviewing applications on 11/16.

Development and Events Coordinator

Company: The Doorways

Date posted: Nov 14, 2022

Established in 1984, The Doorways provides lodging and support to patients and families who travel to Richmond for critical medical needs. Those who enter our doors find a healing, emotionally supportive environment in a place where community generosity and compassionate care come together.

The Doorways seeks a highly motivated, collaborative team player to join our awesome Advancement team! The Development and Events Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Annual Giving and the entire Advancement Team to meet The Doorways’ dynamic fundraising and programmatic goals. The Development and Events Coordinator is a key member of the Advancement Team, with a concentration in successfully coordinating development operations, special and programmatic events, and donor stewardship initiatives.

You will be eligible for our comprehensive benefits package, which includes health insurance with Anthem, of which 100% of the premium is paid by The Doorways for you as an employee. Dental insurance through Mutual of Omaha is provided and is 100% paid for as well by The Doorways. You will also receive benefits including fully paid life, AD&D and short- and long-term disability coverage through Mutual of Omaha.

You will be eligible for holiday pay and accrued paid time off which includes vacation, sick, and personal leave as outlined in The Doorways’ Personnel Policies. You will also be eligible to participate in the 401(k) plan. The Doorways matches your contribution equal to the sum of 100% of the first 3% percent of salary, and 50% percent of the next two percent of salary, up to a maximum of 4%.

A six-month review in will provide the opportunity to discuss expectations and accomplishments to date and will include an evaluation of progress against goals with reviews annually thereafter.

Key responsibilities:

Development Operations (70%)

  • Serve as the database manager responsible for the internal processes and systems that support The Doorways’ fundraising efforts. This includes maintaining the Raiser’s Edge NXT database, integrating other lists and databases into RE and keeping all donor records up-to-date and accurate.
  • Coordinate with finance office to ensure all fundraising totals and funds are accurate.
  • Manage the donor acknowledgement process producing timely and accurate acknowledgements for all donations, volunteers and event supporters.
  • Serve as primary for data input including – new constituents, organizational information, event data, address and contact updates and more.
  • Assist in the development and production of lists and reports in support of the Advancement Team
  • Provide lunch coverage for front desk two shifts per week

Event Administration (30%)

  • Manages all aspects of special events including event logistics, vendors, event committees and volunteers, auction solicitation, ticket sales, promotions, and budgets to host fun and successful events.
  • Plans and implements events according to the overall events calendar and goals for all internal and external events.
  • In collaboration with the Director of Annual Giving, works on securing event sponsors and participation and/or donation from individuals, corporations, civic groups, etc.
  • Updates the donor database to reflect interactions with donors, participants, and volunteers, including communications sent and received, meetings, volunteer, Conducts analysis and creates tracking reports.
  • Organizational liaison to support all third-party events
  • Participate in activities related to Young Professional Council
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualities of a successful candidate:

  • Highly motivated, detail-oriented self‐starter with ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects.
  • Experience with Raiser’s Edge and Greater Giving event software strongly preferred.
  • Strong organizational, critical thinking, and analytical skills to organize and coordinate a varied workload.
  • Experience in event planning and management including record of generating revenue from events.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
  • Must be able to work collaboratively with entire team and organizational supporters and volunteers.
  • Ability to pivot, be flexible, and manage shifting priorities and assignments as needed.
  • Must be able to accomplish projects independently.
  • Availability to work some evenings and weekends as needed.


  • Degree from four-year accredited
  • 1-2 years’ professional experience in a role focused on operations, database management, or event management.
  • Other: While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to sit for extended periods and may be required to stand for an extended The employee must occasionally lift and/or move items weighing up to 25 pounds. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position. Noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.


Starting Salary: $45,000.00 + Full Benefits. Salary will be commensurate with experience and industry best practices.

Benefits: This position is eligible for full benefits including fully paid Health and Dental Insurance; Paid Time Off; Retirement Savings Plan with matching. Free on-site parking.

How to Apply: To apply please email cover letter with salary requirements and resume to with Special Events and Fundraising Manager in the subject line.

Executive Director (ED)

Company: Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital Foundation

Date posted: Nov 14, 2022

Job Title: Executive Director (ED)

Reports to: President/CEO, Board of Directors

Salaried Exempt Position 1.0 FTE (40hrs/week)

Starting Compensation: $90,000 to $100,000, commensurate with experience

Office Location: Norfolk, VA

Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital Foundation is seeking a dynamic, experienced development professional to lead the efforts of the Foundation and support its mission.


The Executive Director is responsible for leading a comprehensive fund-raising program in support of the Foundation's mission and goals which includes annual giving, major giving, planned giving, grants, fund-raising events, as well as a capital campaign for endowment. The Executive Director will oversee all these areas and work to ensure the Foundation is successful in its efforts as well as strive to build a greater understanding and support for both the Hospital's and the Foundation's mission, vision, and goals in the region. The Executive Director is a director and member of the management team of Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital.


The successful candidate will possess:

  • Transparent and high integrity leadership.
  • Five or more years senior nonprofit management experience.
  • Experience and skill in working with a Board of Directors.
  • High level strategic thinking and planning. Ability to envision and convey the organization’s strategic future to the staff, board, volunteers and donors.
  • Creative problem-solving skills
  • Ability to effectively communicate the organization’s mission to donors, volunteers and the overall community.
  • Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff.
  • A history of successfully generating new revenue streams and improving financial results.
  • Active fundraising experience. Excellent donor relations skills and understanding of the funding community as well as prior grant writing experience.
  • Previous success in establishing relationships with individuals and organizations of influence including funders, partner agencies and volunteers.
  • Solid organizational abilities, including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation.
  • Strong financial management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making and reporting.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong public speaking ability.
  • Strong work ethic with a high degree of energy and flexibility.
  • Demonstrated record of:
    • continuing involvement in professional activities;
    • collegial behavior;
    • working independently and as an effective team member; and
    • setting and meeting deadlines and goals

    A full job description can be found at    

    To apply, please send resume and cover letter to  

    Director, Resource Development

    Company: United Way of Central Virginia

    Date posted: Nov 9, 2022

    TITLE:  Director, Resource Development

    REPORTS TO:  President and Chief Executive Officer

    PURPOSE:  Director, Resource Development is charged to maximize the United Way of Central Virginia’s fundraising and development potential in order to enhance the caring power of Central Virginia and provide more resources to address critical human service needs. Special emphasis is placed on innovative strategies and improved donor services to achieve new annual campaign levels.



    • Reach or exceed the Annual Campaign goal.
    • Expand business/company campaigns by 10% annually.
    • Increase Leadership Giving and emphasize retiree component.
    • Identify additional sources of revenue.


    • Facilitate the planning, implementation and evaluation of United Way’s development strategies including the annual campaign, major gifts, planned giving and corporate sponsorships.
    • Serve as a member of the management team that works collaboratively to achieve organizational goals.
    • Provide direction and support to campaign chair, cabinet and volunteers for the annual campaign.
    • Collaborate with Marketing and Communications to create effective materials and events.
    • Develop and utilize an effective donor relations management system.
    • Work with Finance to effectively manage fundraising accounting system.
    • Identify and build partnerships that will leverage the United Way’s resources in the community.
    • Be an active leader in the Central Virginia region and position the United Way as a partner in creating effective long-term solutions to high priority social problems.
    • Assume responsibility for other projects as assigned by the President.


    • Proven record of accomplishment in leading/managing fundraising campaigns.
    • Demonstrates collaborative leadership skills, strong interpersonal skills and project management skills.
    • Advance degree in Non Profit Management, Public Administration or Business Administration is preferred or experience commensurate with job requirements.
    • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
    • Proficient in computer applications for managing and tracking fundraising resource development activities.

    The salary range is $50,000 - $65,000, based on experience

    Resumes should be sent to

    Director of Philanthropy

    Company: Goodwill Industries of the Valleys

    Date posted: Nov 9, 2022

    Position Title: Director of Philanthropy

    About the Org: Founded over ninety years ago, Goodwill Industries of the Valleys is committed to the vision of eliminating poverty through our mission of empowering individuals, strengthening families, and inspiring communities. Goodwill team members are at the heart of this mission. They are the very individuals we aim to empower, part of the families we want to strengthen, and members of the communities we want to inspire. Through a team-centered model, Goodwill is more connected to the areas we serve. Our team members are the ones who drive innovation, further the impact we make for those we serve, and define the very culture of our organization.

    What is a team-centered culture exactly? It’s a commitment to team member development, improved and efficient processes, and a dedication to providing the support needed to be successful. From our retail locations, to our production teams, support staff, and those on the front lines of our mission work, every role within the organization is vital. Collaboration on all levels, sets up both the individual and the organization for success. We would love to have YOU be a part of that success – apply today!

    Reports to: Zenith Barrett

    About the Role: The Director of Philanthropy will lead planning, cultivation, and development of Goodwill Industries of the Valleys strategic fundraising/development initiatives with a focus on major gifts and planned giving. The Director of Philanthropy identifies, cultivates, and stewards financial donors and prospects by developing relationships throughout the community that align with fundraising efforts that lead to a sustainable infrastructure and increased revenue that supports Goodwill’s goals.


    • Collaborates with consultants to manage all aspects of fundraising strategies including, communication, budget management, marketing, and stewardship of partners.
    • Develop a sustainable infrastructure to enhance the capacity of the team and infrastructure to achieve goals.
    • Develops and executes a comprehensive, collaborative, fund development plan that leads to sustained investments from various stakeholders at the local, regional, state and national level.
    • Develops and build relationships with current and prospective donors and supporters.
    • Work collaboratively with the VP of Business & Community Engagement and other members of the Executive Leadership Team and Board of Directors to ensure positive and purposeful prospect and donor relations.
    • Participates in all aspects of the gift cycle including initiating contact with potential leadership and major gift donors; developing appropriate cultivation strategies; working with volunteers; moving potential donors in an appropriate and timely fashion toward solicitation and closure; maintaining stewardship contacts with donors adhering to the highest ethical standards.
    • Oversee stewardship process and manage a portfolio of donors and prospects with the capacity, interest to make major gifts.
    • Work closely and coordinate with marketing to assist with marketing collateral, communication that includes donor relations and materials including print, online and video.
    • Provides strong leadership, develops, and sets individual and team performance goals and manages/drives change. Hires, manages, trains and appraising performance, budget development and management.
    • Work closely and coordinate with marketing to assist with marketing collateral, communication that includes donor relations and materials including print, online and video.
    • Raise Goodwill’s profile and strengthen its reputation among donors, constituents, volunteers, organizational partners, other key stakeholders, and the general public.
    • Provide oversight and strategic direction for fundraising and relationship building events.
    • Monitor key fundraising trends and issues and communicate their implications to the VP of Business & Community Engagement and the Executive Leadership Team with suggested action.


    The ideal candidate will be an innovative and result-oriented leader with at least seven years of demonstrated experience with major giving, including oversight, major gift solicitations and campaigns, as well as board and donor development. They should have strong and engaging communication skills (both verbal and written) and familiarity in campaign planning. This position requires:

    • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) or equivalent from four-year college, business, communications, public relations, marketing or related field and a minimum of seven years
    • Minimum of seven years of experience of professional fundraising experience
    • Experience in setting strategy and serving as a thought partner to leadership.
    • Exceptional interpersonal, organizational, networking, facilitation, and management skills.
    • An ability to secure financial support from diverse sources.
    • The ability to interact professionally with dedicated Board and team members who have diverse professional skills and perspectives.
    • Strategic thinker and ability to think big picture with an innovative approach
    • Nimble, collaborative and self-starter
    • Mission-driven, focused, and
    • Strong leadership, management, and administrative skills.

      Benefits and Rewards

    • Competitive base pay ranging between $80,000-$85,000
    • Benefits that include paid time off (PTO), health insurance (medical/dental/vision/prescription), life insurance, 403(b) and 457(b) plans, short- and long-term disability, Employee Assistance Program.
    • Opportunity to work for one of the nation’s most well-known and well-respected organizations dedicated to enhancing the lives of those in our communities.


    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Also listed below are the physical demands that must be met by the team member and the work environment characteristics that the team member will encounter while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


    Bachelor's degree (B. A.) or equivalent from four-year college, business, communications, public relations, marketing or related field and a minimum of seven years of professional fundraising experiencing with a focus on major gifts fundraising, non-profit management, community relations or sales experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Demonstrated success meeting or exceeding fundraising outcomes. Strong leadership, management, and administrative skills.


    Ability to write non-routine reports and business correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from diverse groups, and the general public using tact, courtesy and cooperativeness.


    Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent.


    Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables, exercising judgment, initiative and ingenuity. Ability to exercise discretion while regularly managing confidential information.


    Proficiency in using Microsoft Office.  Proficiency in database management.  The team member must be team-oriented, with excellent interpersonal skills.  As part of the budgeting and accounting process, the team member must be able to evaluate the relative cost of a program compared to its benefits for the organization.  Excellent persuasive skills, with the ability to be calm under pressure.


    Valid Driver's License (Class C), car insurance and reliable automobile and safe driving record (as determined by the Agency's insurance carrier) required.

    Office Hours/Environment/Remote/Etc.: Hybrid

    Any EEO or Diversity Statement if applicable they want to share. Goodwill Industries of the Valleys is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.

    We value diversity — in backgrounds and in experiences. We need people from all backgrounds and life experiences to help us fulfill our vision to eliminate poverty. Diversity & Inclusion have always been key to our success. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and our employees are people with different strengths, experiences and backgrounds, who share a passion for improving people's lives. Diversity not only includes race and gender identity, but also age, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, religion and many other parts of one’s identity. All of our employee’s points of view are key to our success, and inclusion is everyone's responsibility.

    How to apply: