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Director of Advancement

Company: The Science Museum of Virginia Foundation
Date posted: March 17, 2023

The Science Museum of Virginia Foundation seeks a full time Director of Advancement.

The Director of Advancement manages financial growth and sustainability through contributed revenue programs.  Works with Foundation board, staff and Museum leadership team to ensure the Foundation achieves fundraising goals to support the Museum.   Successful candidate must have a proven track record of leading multi-million-dollar non-profit capital campaigns and an ability to target, connect, and develop corporate and individual giving prospects across the greater Richmond community.  Minimum ten years experience in development field required.


  • Lays out development plan and revenue goals for Annual Fund, sponsorship, grant solicitation, planned giving, major gifts and provides direction and support on execution of these plans. 
  • Manages the major gifts program
  • Manages the planned giving program
  • Manages the institutional giving, reporting, crediting (grants/sponsorships from corporations, foundations, government competitive grant sources)
  • Manages the Premier Partner Program
  • Manages individual giving program (annual fund)
  • Prospect research
  • Database and development systems management
  • Community liaison on philanthropic opportunities and issues
  • Engages with Foundation and Museum leadership on strategic planning to achieve institutional and philanthropic goals
  • Manages portfolio of select prospects



  • Bachelor’s degree required. 
  • Senior level professional fundraising experience.
  • Comprehensive understanding of capital campaign processes and history of success in major gift and planned gift fundraising. 
  • Understanding of cultural institution mission and ability to articulate a compelling case for support in both written and oral communications. 
  • Ability to target, connect, and develop corporate and individual giving prospects across the greater Richmond community. 
  • Experience with strategic and development planning and management. 
  • Analytical, organizational and problem solving skills with ability to multi-task while being also highly detail-oriented and accurate. 
  • Strong working ability in all computer skills related to word processing, accounting, and data analysis with essential knowledge of Microsoft Office and Raiser’s Edge. 
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, commitment to mission, flexibility and dependability, driven and a self-starter.   


Reports to:  Executive Director

The Science Museum of Virginia Foundation is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.  Annual salary $155,000-$175,000.  To be considered please submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample to  No calls, please.

Director, Donor Relations

Company: Eastern Virginia Medical School
Date posted: March 12, 2023

Director, Donor Relations

Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) in Norfolk, VA is an academic health center dedicated to achieving excellence in medical and health professions education, research and patient care. We strive to improve the health of our community and to be recognized as a national center of intellectual and clinical strength in medicine. As one of the nation’s only academic medical centers founded and funded by its local community, EVMS serves as an integral community partner to industry organizations, academic institutions, health-care entities and area municipalities, while also being a primary economic driver and health-care workforce developer for the Hampton Roads region. For more than 40 years, EVMS has translated research and discovery into better patient care, and served as a catalyst for the region’s medical renaissance. Today, along with educating physicians, we offer health professions programs designed to meet emerging health-care needs, as well as the demands of an ever-expanding health-care job market that affect lives around the block—and around the world.


The Opportunity:  The Director of Donor Relations is an integral member of the Donor Relations team and the EVMS Development office.  The Director is responsible for designing, implementing and coordinating an institution-wide, comprehensive stewardship program that appropriately and consistently promotes interaction with and recognition of donors at all levels.  This position’s role is to sustain positive and mutually-rewarding relations between EVMS and its donors; partner with development directors to determine the best strategies for effective stewardship of donors; maintain ongoing and active networking with internal and external constituencies; coordinate recognition events for major gift donors and coordinate various activities for the EVMS’s giving donor societies and manage the donor social media and electronic communication platforms. The position will provide new strategies to continually expand and ultimately lead to a culture of engagement and participation for donors and will work closely with campus partners such as medical education, school of health professions, student affairs, admissions and academic departments to build significant pathways for donor participation, as well as collaborate and work in conjunction with development and alumni staff.



Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree and 8 years of experience in fundraising, public relations, communications or related field. Must have experience in progressively more responsible management positions within relevant field.  The successful candidate will: 

  • Thorough understanding of a development operation in a complex environment.
  • Excellent organizational and follow-through skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and see projects through to a timely completion. Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage staff.
  • Commitment to providing excellent customer service.
  • Experience in developing and implementing strategies for achieving operating goals.
  • Experience in budget planning and oversight.
  • Solid knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
  • Experience with complex database required.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills, as well as problem-solving, research and analytical skills.
  • Must be willing to travel and must have a driver's license. Occasional weekend and evening work will be required.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


 MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  Direct and indirect reports include Assistant Director of Donor Relations and Gift Compliance Officer.

The salary range is $83,000/yr. - $93,000/yr.

Full details about the position, requirements, and applying for this position can be found by searching for Director of Donor Relations at this link:


EVMS is EOE/including disability and veterans, and Drug and Tobacco Free workplace.

Director of Major Giving - Central Virginia

Company: Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Date posted: March 12, 2023

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation seeks a Director of Major Giving – Central Virginia in the Development Department to be based at our Virginia office located in Richmond, VA.


Established in 1966, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) is the largest regional nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to saving the Chesapeake Bay, its rivers and streams, and the wildlife that call it home through education, advocacy, litigation, and restoration. Since 2010, CBF has engaged in a focused effort to defend and implement the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint, a binding federal and state collaborative agreement aimed at reducing pollution to the science-based, legally-affirmed levels established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Blueprint is expected to be fully implemented by 2025. If the states and the federal government achieve Blueprint goals, the Bay will finally—after decades of failed efforts—be removed from the Clean Water Act’s impaired waters list. Successfully implementing the Blueprint depends on a well-informed, engaged, active, and diverse constituency of members, advocates, and volunteers who speak up and take action to save the Bay.

CBF has a staff of approximately 210 employees working in offices in Annapolis, Maryland; Richmond and Virginia Beach, Virginia; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and Washington, D.C. as well as 15 field education program locations. Our staff and volunteer corps work throughout the region educating students and adults, advocating for clean water policies, restoring waterways, and litigating when necessary. 

CBF's headquarters office in Annapolis, Maryland is the Philip Merrill Environmental Center, the world’s first U.S. Green Build Council’s LEED platinum building. In 2014, CBF opened the Brock Environmental Center—one of the world’s most energy efficient, environmentally smart buildings—in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

CBF has an annual budget of approximately $30 million and is supported by over 300,000 members and e-subscribers. For more information on CBF, please visit



The mission of Development is to provide financial resources for CBF to meet its long-term vision of saving the Bay. It establishes and implements strategies to motivate donors to contribute to the organization’s programs and projects through two primary areas of activity: development and membership.


Seek private funding support for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s (CBF) annual operating needs and campaign initiatives by focusing on the donor base in central Virginia with an emphasis on donors able to make major gift commitments of $25,000 and above. Function as a collaborative member of the Development department and the Major Gift team. This position will be based out of CBF’s Richmond, VA office.

Essential functions include:

1. Seek private funding support for annual operating needs and campaign initiatives.

  • Manage a portfolio of donors and prospects capable of making major gift commitments of $25,000.
  • Work with the Research & Prospect Management (RPM) team to ensure ongoing development of the Virginia portfolio. This includes an emphasis on conducting discovery visits and calls to qualify potential donors and determine capacity and inclination to give.
  • Work with the Associate Director of Planned Giving to manage and engage planned giving prospects and donors, ensuring blended solicitations wherever possible.
  • Lead the strategy to cultivate and solicit foundation donors and prospects in the region, preparing proposals, reports, and all other grant requirements.
  • Develop, solicit, and steward key corporate partners at the major giving level and identify sponsorship opportunities for CBF events.
  • Meet annually defined portfolio goals for visits, discovery work, and other key metrics.
  • Act as a source of knowledge related to CBF programs and the organization’s impact on the Chesapeake Bay. Identify suitable matches between CBF programs and a donor’s interests and funding objectives.
  • Engage donors and prospects in events and field activities as part of the cultivation and stewardship process.
  • Follow established procedures and policies related to capturing opportunities, donor engagement, and other data in the CRM.
  • Travel as necessary throughout the region, identifying and prioritizing key areas of support and prospective donors.
  • Serve as an effective and recognized representative of CBF in Virginia.  

2. Engage and lead CBF program staff, volunteers, and trustees in the development process.

  • Work closely with Development and Virginia Office leadership and staff to develop overall fundraising plans for the region while designing strategies for specific donors that may include engagement with field programs, educational experiences, and access to the Virginia Executive Director to engage top donors and prospects.
  • Staff and facilitate the Virginia Advisory Council, a volunteer group committed to supporting the CBF mission and work in the region. The Council will meet twice annually.
  • Support colleagues in CBF’s other regional offices (Hampton Roads, Washington, DC, Maryland, and Pennsylvania) to cultivate and steward donors.
  • Work with volunteers in the region to identify prospective donors in their networks that ultimately help develop and expand the footprint of support for CBF in Virginia.

3. Help to develop CBF’s membership and overall base of support throughout the watershed region.

  • Facilitate outreach events in central Virginia working with appropriate Development staff. Events are to educate and cultivate prospects and steward members and donors.
  • Promote local CBF activities and accomplishments to donors and prospects to strengthen the CBF brand.
  • Develop an understanding of local and state environmental concerns and be able to articulate CBF’s position and statement of need.

4. Develop and monitor program expense budget, ensuring proper coding and timely submission of expenses.

5. Other duties as assigned.



  • Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years fundraising experience required.
  • Experience managing a portfolio of high-net-worth individuals, including prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
  • Demonstrated success securing five- and six-figure gifts.
  • Proficiency using MS Office products and Salesforce or an equivalent CRM database.
  • Position requires travel mainly in central Virginia to include the areas of Richmond, Charlottesville, Fredericksburg, and the Northern Neck with travel to Northern Virginia when necessary. Position will require occasional trips to CBF’s headquarters in Annapolis, MD as well as periodic overnight travel.
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skill required.
  • Ability to work as a collaborative and supportive member of a fundraising team.
  • Time management skills needed to handle multiple, concurrent projects.
  • Experience with volunteer structures such as advisory councils, campaign committees, or the equivalent.
  • Experience working with donors on planned giving opportunities.
  • Experience in a mission driven, environmental advocacy and educational organization is desirable.

Salary Range:  $82,000 - $92,000

To apply, please send resume and cover letter through job posting on CBF website. This position will be open until filled. 

CBF offers a comprehensive benefits package to include: 20 vacation days, 10 sick days, 2 floating holidays, health, vision, dental, life insurance, and a 403(b) retirement plan with matching contribution. 



Just as biodiversity is the key to a thriving ecosystem, human diversity is the key to saving the Bay. Success depends on people from widely diverse backgrounds, cultures, ethnicities, identities, and races taking collective action. Clean water, clean air, and a safe environment are rights we all share. 

To increase diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation will:

  • Recruit and retain a staff, board, and membership that reflect the diversity of people living within the Chesapeake Bay region;
  • Strengthen and broaden the diversity of our partnerships;
  • Celebrate and value the diversity of staff; and
  • Fight to ensure that everyone has equal access to clean water, clean air, and a safe environment.

CBF is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Resource Development Specialist

Company: Virginia Housing Alliance
Date posted: March 12, 2023


Virginia Housing Alliance

205 N Robinson St, Richmond, VA 23220




Resource Development Specialist – Full time Exempt


The Resource Development Specialist is responsible for developing, implementing,  and maintaining the Virginia Housing Alliance (VHA)’s first ever fundraising  program. This fund-raising effort will include individuals, corporations, corporate  sponsors, and foundations. In addition, this position will assist with grant writing  and a communications effort to advance VHA’s mission to keep all stakeholders  informed of housing and homelessness policy issues. 


Under the direction of the VHA Executive Director, the Resource Development  Specialist will have (but not be limited to) the following responsibilities:


       Create, implement, and monitor a donor management system; process and  acknowledge gifts; ensure donor contact and recognition information is  accurate; and maintain mailing and email lists.

       Support Executive Director’s fundraising efforts, including preparation for  meetings and tracking moves management process for major donors.

       Support fundraising activities of VHA board members through prospect  research, creating meeting briefs, sending reminders, and tracking moves  management of prospects.

       Develop an annual fund mail and email calendar and draft appeal letters and  emails.

       Create year-round stewardship plan for donors and event sponsors. Research major donor and foundation prospects.

       Draft foundation and sponsorship applications.


       Manage the development, distribution, and maintenance print and  electronic communications and VHA branding materials, including email  alerts, newsletters, brochures, displays, swag, and the website. 

       Coordinate webpage and social media maintenance to ensure that new and  consistent information is posted regularly. 

       Work with the Executive Director and VHA staff to craft messaging around housing and homelessness policy issues. 

Other Responsibilities

       Provide reports and updates the Executive Director and VHA Board of  Directors as requested. 

       Represent the organization at various local, state, and national events.

       Perform other related duties or special projects as assigned by the Executive  Director.

       Travel throughout Virginia as required as well as some limited national travel,  not to exceed 25% annually.

       Supervise Interns when applicable. 


       Experience with launching or leading fund development initiatives for non profit organizations.

       A Bachelor’s Degree (preferred), or any equivalent combination of training  and experience that demonstrates the candidate’s professionalism and  applicable knowledge, skills, and abilities for the position. 

       Experience with coordinating fund development initiatives for non-profit  organizations.

       Strong written and interpersonal skills, and an ability to communicate with a  variety of audiences. 

       Ability to build and maintain collaborative relationships. 

       Excellent organizational and time management skills to manage multiple  project projects simultaneously. 

       Ability to continuously think of creative ways to advance the organization’s  mission, and goals related to communications, membership, and resource  development.

       Strong Computer skills (Microsoft Office, Google Apps, List management  software, etc.). 

       Ability to take initiative to pursue goals and work with a high degree of  autonomy. 

       Attention to detail with a high degree of accuracy. 

       Ability to provide exceptional customer service to people from a variety of  backgrounds.

       Position requires statewide and occasional out of state travel no more than  25%.

       Grant writing and graphic design experience preferred. 


This position will report directly to the Executive Director.


$50,000 - $60,000, negotiable depending on experience.


Hybrid work environment. Position is required to be in the office 2 days per week.


VHA is proud to offer a benefits package that includes: 

       90% Employer paid Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance

       All Federally recognized Holidays off

       Flexible work environment

       Generous paid vacation time off

       Paid sick leave 

       Employer paid Short Term Disability 

       SIMPLE IRA plan, with an annual contribution made by VHA on behalf of the  employee at 2% of the employee’s salary. 

       VHA employees are encouraged to participate in and have ongoing  opportunities for personal and professional development and are actively  encouraged to value and maintain work life balance.


Please send a cover letter and resume to


VHA does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices because of race  (including hair texture, protective hairstyles or hair type), color, religion, sex, pregnancy  (including childbirth and related medical conditions or accommodations including  lactation), national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status,  genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or  local law.

Grants and Foundations Coordinator

Company: Richmond Symphony
Date posted: Feb 16, 2023

Position Summary

Is your heart in the nonprofit world? Are you passionate about the arts? Do you enjoy a vibrant, fast-paced environment? Bring your energy and enthusiasm to the Richmond Symphony in the role of the Grants and Foundations Coordinator. You will help change lives through the power of music by being responsible for the Richmond Symphony’s foundation and government funder relationships. This includes preparing grant applications and reports, prospect researching for new funders, stewardship of institutional constituents and assisting the Advancement team and organization to reach its annual fund goal. 

Essential Functions

  • Research and write grant applications with a revenue goal of at least $600,000 per year
  • Manage the tracking of existing grants and reporting through the organization’s donor database
  • Seek additional grant opportunities as appropriate
  • Prepare renewal grants as applicable with local, regional and national government agencies and private foundations
  • Edit draft applications for accuracy and completeness in accordance with grant requirements
  • Work collaboratively with Advancement and other departmental staff to implement funding strategies
  • Maintain regular communications across the Symphony’s departments to collect data, project details and stories for application and reporting needs
  • Cultivate giving opportunities with local associations such as rotary clubs, Kiwanis chapters, etc
  • Prepare and submit reports on time as required by funders
  • Develop and manage an annual communication plan for local, state and national elected officials
  • Organize volunteer opportunities for solicitations and cultivation processes, e.g. envelope stuffing, phone banking, etc.
  •  Participate in and provide staff support as appropriate to select Board committees including, but not limited to the Government Advocacy and Development committees, as well as RS team meetings
  • Maintain a visible presence at concerts and cultivation events
  • Support the Advancement team with special events and other fundraising activities

Minimum Qualifications

  •  Regular attendance and punctuality
  • Organizational fit for the Richmond Symphony culture. Exhibits the Symphony values of passion, inclusion, welcoming, innovation, and quality.
  • One year of grant writing experience (preferably with an arts organization)
  • Excellent software skills in Google and Microsoft Office applications
  • Exhibit keen interest in serving an artistic organization. A passion and/or prior knowledge with classical music is preferred. Nonprofit work experienced preferred
  • Experience working with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) databases (Bloomerang and eTix preferred)
  • Successfully pass a background check
  • Legally eligible to work in the country in which the position is located

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Knowledge of Greater Richmond and Virginia government and foundation funders desirable
  • Proven track record of effective time management
  • Strong personal organization skills
  • Ability to successfully multi-task and meet simultaneous deadlines
  • Compelling, concise and excellent writing skills
  • Demonstrates a commitment to the principles of teamwork, collaborative creation, and shared responsibility
  • Must be able to act with discretion in handling confidential conversations, correspondence and individual records
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Proactive in identifying issues and problem solving with the Advancement team and/or Advancement & Patron Communications department
  • Ability to relate to a diverse group of constituents – fellow staff, musicians, donors, Board members, audiences and community members, etc.

Working Conditions and Environment

  • Combination of in-person and remote work, with at least 60% of total work time required in-person (24 hours or 3 days)
  • Dedicated work space within the Richmond Symphony offices
  • Computer and other office equipment provided
  • Presence and participation at evening and/or weekend concerts, events and other activities will be expected

Benefits and Salary

  • Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, telemedicine and vision benefits, flexible spending or health savings accounts, disability insurance, company holidays, sick and vacation time off, free parking and a 403(b) plan 
  • Annual salary of $32,000 - $36,000 

How to Apply

  • Applications will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled
  • Applicants must submit a resume, cover letter and two professional references
  • Applicants will be asked to respond to a written prompt during the interview process
  • Any offer of employment is contingent upon a background check
  • Submit materials to 

Development Director

Company: Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia (HOME)
Date posted: Feb 15, 2023

Job Title: Development Director

Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia (HOME) is a civil rights fair housing organization with a mission to ensure equal access to housing for all people. We exist to address housing-related systemic inequities that perpetuate segregation, concentrations of poverty, and wealth inequality. HOME enacts its mission through fair housing enforcement and advocacy, housing research and policy, and housing counseling and education.

HOME is focused on employee engagement and committed to a healthy, diverse, and inclusive work environment. We offer a competitive benefits package including free healthcare, vision, dental, and a flexible work environment with telecommuting option.

Job Summary

HOME is looking for a development professional to continue to build our friend-raising and fund- raising activities. As a civil rights fair housing organization, we are looking for a mission-focused development director to help recruit new supporters to join the Fair Housing Movement and engage or reengage with existing supporters who have sustained us for our fifty-year history.

The Development Director is responsible for overseeing all private development activities and assisting with some competitive public grant opportunities. In partnership with the Executive Director, this position will be responsible for identifying and stewarding financial gifts that power our systems-change mission of ensuring equal access to housing for all people.

The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to HOME’s mission and be engaging, highly organized, and have the experience and ability to be proactive and resourceful in advancing HOME’s development efforts.

Duties and Responsibilities 

The Development Director is responsible for securing the funds and resources necessary to fulfill our mission and, in partnership with the Executive Director, increasing HOME’s network of supporters, friends, and donors. The duties will include:

  1.     Develop and execute a fundraising plan, including the development and updating of case of support prospectives for home’s different programs. The fundraising plan will include support from individual donors, the Board, foundations, and corporations.
  2.  Develop new individual and institutional giving prospects.
  3. In concert with the senior leadership team, lead efforts to foster an organization-wide culture of philanthropy.
  4. Work with colleagues across all departments to develop impact narratives of our work and to customize solicitations that highlight our successes.
  5.  Plan and execute development related events and projects. Work with colleagues to develop and coordinate outreach and educational events and exhibits.
  6. Staff the Board Resources and Development Committee independently.
  7. Work with programmatic leadership to identify and prepare grant proposals that strengthen current work and develop areas of strategic priority.
  8. Plan an effective communication plan for donors and works with Executive Director and Director of Communications to prepare and distribute appeal letters, newsletters, and updates on HOME’s successes.
  9. Manage the donor database and utilizes it as a tool to plan for development activities, ensures that timely entry of donations is made into the system and that timely acknowledgement occurs.
  10. Organize and maintain a logical, systematic, and readily accessible filing system.
  11. Respond to opportunities to advance HOME’s mission and perform other duties as assigned and prioritized by HOME’s leadership.


HOME values staff with different educational and professional backgrounds. An ideal candidate will have the following attributes:

·        Demonstrated commitment to civil rights and racial equity.

·        Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to connect and build relationships with others.

·        Five years of fundraising experience, including experience in making individual requests and grant writing.  Equivalent experience may be submitted for years of experience.

·        Highly engaging, with a customer service mindset and collaborative working style.

·        Highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to manage multiple priorities.

·        Excellent communication, writing and editing skills, including ability to produce and edit documents and organize materials effectively.

·        Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, SharePoint, and Teams.

·        Proficiency in managing a fundraising donor database (HOME uses eTapestry).

·        The candidate must be able to work effectively with diverse people of varying abilities, and to work efficiently, both independently and as a team member.

 In addition, all employees of HOME are expected to meet these general qualifications:

 ·        Strong commitment to social justice

·        Excellent oral and written communication skills

·        The ability to communicate complex issues, data, and concepts clearly

·        The ability to function effectively within high performance, cross divisional work teams

·        The ability to coordinate key activities across programs

·        Willingness to participate in fund development activities, effectively manage key constituent relationships, and provide the necessary client data and information to HOME

·        The ability to act independently and proactively

·        The ability to adapt to changing circumstances

·        Exercise sound judgment and diplomacy

·        The ability to manage multiple projects

·        The ability to maintain a high degree of professionalism, confidentiality, and substantial contact with the public

To Apply

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to and include Development Director in the subject line. HOME is an equal opportunity employer with an accessible workplace.


HOME requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. Candidates must present acceptable proof of vaccination by the date of hire as a condition of employment.

Job Posting will close Friday, March 3, 2023 at 5:00 pm.

Hiring Salary Range: $65,000 - $80,000.  Salary will be commensurate with experience. After the first year, there will a review of the salary based on performance.

HOME is an equal opportunity employer with an accessible workplace and does not discriminate based on race, color, sex, age, religion, creed, disability, national origin, gender identity, political or union affiliation, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, source of income or other non- bona-fide job requirements.