AFPLI Career Opportunities

Position Title: Senior Advisor, Planned Giving

Position Level:  Senior

Salary Range:  $100,000 to $125,000

Posting Date:  May 23, 2023

Northwell Health is New York State’s largest health care provider and private employer, with 22 hospitals and more than 830 outpatient facilities and nearly 16,000 affiliated physicians. Northwell Health cares for over two million people annually in the New York metro area and beyond, thanks to philanthropic support from its communities.

Northwell’s more than 78,000 employees are working to change health care for the better:

Making breakthroughs in medicine at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research.

Training the next generation of medical professionals at the visionary Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell and the Hofstra Northwell School of Graduate Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies. 


1.    Manages planned gift prospects, from identification and cultivation to gift fulfillment and stewardship, to best meet individuals’ charitable giving goals.

2.    Collaborates with appropriate foundation staff on planning, implementing, and evaluating the foundation’s outreach strategies.

3.    Creates and maintains relationships with qualified, active prospects through professional advisors and prospective donor relationships to provide service throughout the various philanthropic phases to closure.

4.    Provides information regarding current and planned gifts; facilitates and prepares individually tailored proposals.

5.    Responds to and tracks gift planning inquiries, administering estates, bequests and life income gifts, and preparing reports as needed.

6.    Ensures that planned giving policies and marketing materials are relevant and legally compliant.

7.    Oversees planned gift administration and collaborates with the leadership to ensure timely and accurate receipt of complex estate gifts.

8.    Develops a plan for outreach and education; prepares and leads presentations and trainings.

9.    Performs related duties as required. All responsibilities noted here are considered essential functions of the job under the Americans with Disabilities Act.


Duties not mentioned here, but considered related are not essential functions.


·       Accountable

·       Trustworthy

·       Respectful

·       Teamwork  

·       Transparent

·       Professional

·       Passionate

·       Customer experience 



  • Bachelor’s Degree required, or equivalent combination of education and related experience.
  • 10+ years of relevant experience and 2+ years of leadership / management experience, required.
  • Preference for those who have worked at large health care or educational institutions. 


Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To be considered, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter including a statement of interest to

Please indicate the position to which you are applying in your cover letter and email subject line.

Nominations and confidential inquiries made to:

The Angeletti Group
365 South Street – Suite 100 Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 540-1400

Salary commensurate with experience.

Northwell Health Foundation is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

Organizational Website:

Position:  Senior Vice President of Development  

Salary Range:  $130,000 - $150,000

Posting Date:  May 11, 2023

Find more in your career at Family Residences and Essential Enterprises (FREE), currently serving over 4,000 people with ID/DD, mental illness & brain injury. We’re seeking dedicated people like you to join us!

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Senior Vice President, Fund Development serves as an integral member of the senior management team. Primarily, you will be responsible for the development of management strategies to meet priority goals and be a contributor to the development of the organizations strategic plan.

In addition, you will:

  • Plan, organize, direct and coordinate the strategic direction of your respective division and be an active participant in the strategic planning process of the agency.
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive written annual resource development plan with strategies for donors.
  • Broaden FREE’s fundraising by developing approaches such as planned giving, solicitation of bequests, and endowment program.
  • Build and maintain relationships with major donors of all types, develop strategies for solicitation, and solicit or coordinate the solicitation by other affiliate staff, board or volunteers, as appropriate.
  • Create and update collateral materials to support gift cultivation.
  • Develop and implement all aspects of direct donor mailings, appeal letters
  • Develop and manage annual operating and capital budgets.
  • Promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and commitment to quality.
  • Assures the proper and efficient oversight of a division, including oversight of the management, clinical and other key personnel.
  • Ensure highly productive relationships for the benefit of the organization.
  • Conduct initial, annual and ongoing performance evaluations as required.
  • Ensure that functions within the division conform to all regulations and applicable federal, state, local and agency requirements.
  • Adhere to OSHA regulations.

We’ll provide you with:

  • Outstanding Benefits
  • Paid vacation and sick time
  • Medical | Dental | Vision | Life Insurance
  • Retirement 401K
  • Wellness benefits with gym reimbursement
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • A positive, supportive environment
  • Opportunities for advancement & more!

We require:

  • Advanced degree in related field or an equivalent combination of training and professional experience.
  • A minimum of five years of professional senior management experience in the field of fund development and/or planned giving.
  • Familiarity with government and local legislative entities required to sufficiently operate the division.
  • Strong verbal and communication skills.
  • Strong project management and organizational skills.
  • Ability to formulate and sustain positive working relationships with colleagues.

For immediate consideration, email a resume to 

Want to learn more about us?

Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE) founded in 1977 and headquartered in Old Bethpage, benefits and proudly supports more than 4,000 individuals with intellectual/ developmental disabilities, mental illness and traumatic brain injury. It is the mission of FREE to help individuals of all abilities realize their full potential. FREE provides a diverse array of supports and services including: housing, recovery services, transition to work, employment, day, community and family services, respite, crisis services, education and after-school support, primary and specialty health care and advocacy.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.


Position Title: Gift Planning Coordinator

Position Level:  Mid

Salary Range:  $58,000 - $63,000

Posting Date:  May 10, 2023

Reporting to the Director of Gift Planning, the Coordinator is responsible for providing administrative support to the Director of Gift Planning. This position requires attention to detail, excellent communication skills, and the ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously.

The successful candidate will work closely with the Director and donors to facilitate the process of making planned gifts to the organization and will also be responsible for stewardship activities that maintain and enhance relationships with existing donors. In addition, the Gift Planning Coordinator will analyze the response to salon events and track the success of these initiatives.

Bachelor’s degree
2-3 years of Development, Planned Giving, Donor Relations/Stewardship, Digital Marketing, Project Management, or other related experience.

Application Instructions:

Organizational Website

Position Title:  Major Gifts Officer

Location:  Smithtown, NY

Team:  Development

Reports to:  Director of Development, MG and PG

Salary Range:  $75,000 - $80,000

Posting Date:  May 8, 2023

Under the supervision of the Director of Development, the Major Gifts Officer (MGO), will engage and be responsible for all aspects of the donor development cycle, including donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgement, and stewardship. The MGO must be flexible to work weekends and evenings consistent with a front-line fundraising role.  As a member of the Development Team, the MGO is expected to assist with the execution of the annual development plan to support meeting the annual organizational budget.


  • Manage a portfolio of 100-125 major gift prospects/donors across the United States.  Identify, research, cultivate, solicit, and steward for major gifts.
  • Develop successful strategies to increase donor engagement, revenue growth, and community awareness with the Director of Development and Chief Growth Officer.
  • Create custom cultivation strategies for each person in the assigned portfolio based on the donor’s history of giving and the organization’s knowledge of that donor’s potential.
  • Provide stewardship of donors who have already announced a commitment to a major gift
  • Maintain meticulous records of donor interactions, inputting information into the CRM database.
  • Secure appropriate project information, including budgets, and create offers, proposals, and solicitations that will be used to secure major gifts.
  • Plan and execute Major Donor Cultivation events as appropriate.
  • Work in a team environment to represent GDF/AVD and its mission.
  • Attend events and meetings on behalf of GDF/AVD.
  • Perform other donor activities, as required.
  • Always be aware of safety rules and procedures.  Ensure that the functions of this job are done in the safest possible manner and encourage co-workers to do likewise.




  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college (preferably in Fundraising, Nonprofit Management, Communications, Marketing or other related field).
  • Knowledge of planned giving techniques and vehicles.
  • 3 + years of demonstrated history of securing major gifts
  • Strong computer skills needed to utilize research tools and implement donor cultivation plans. Experience working with CRM databases necessary.
  • Superior communication skills (oral, written, and listening).
  • Adhere to the highest ethical standards, the MGO position is highly sensitive and requires impeccable personal and professional integrity and discretion.
  • Up to 20% travel.



Physical Demands:

               The employee is required to:

    • Stand, walk, push, pull, reach overhead and bend to the floor.
    • Drive and/or travel.
    • Lift 25 pounds and exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally.


Visual Acuity:

Near acuity and accommodation are required for ability to see and read text and copy of written materials for publishing and to read computer screen.


Hearing Ability:

Ability to interact with staff and public in an informal or formal way during events or public speaking.


Work Environment:

Employee is exposed to office, kennel, and residence environment, that includes animal hair and dander as well as cleaning and antibacterial cleaning solutions.


To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to: and include “Major Gifts Officer” in the subject line.


Position Title: Senior Director of Development, Stony Brook Medicine

Position Level: Senior

Salary Range: $137,000 - $177,000

Posting Date:  April 26, 2023

Stony Brook University is counted among the best public universities in the country, a center of academic excellence, and an internationally recognized research institution. Stony Brook Medicine integrates and elevates all of Stony Brook University’s health-related initiatives and serves as a world-class medical institution.
The Senior Director of Development will lead fundraising efforts for one or more departments at Stony Brook Medicine. The successful candidate will work closely with the AVP of Medicine Advancement to match potential donors with strategic philanthropic priorities. They must be self-directed, able to work both independently and as a member of multiple teams within a highly complex academic or medical university environment. The ideal candidate will have experience managing numerous priorities and a broad portfolio of donor/client relationships and excellent written and verbal communication skills. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of planned giving vehicles and techniques.
Required Qualifications (as evidenced by an attached resume):
Bachelor's degree (foreign equivalent or higher). Six (6) years of full-time fundraising experience in higher education, a complex healthcare system, or a large non-profit. Proven record of success in cultivating, soliciting, and closing major level ($100,000+) gifts from individual donors. Experience with Raiser’s Edge or comparable donor relationship applications. Management experience.
Preferred Qualifications:
Master's degree (foreign equivalent or higher). Additional years (7+) of fundraising experience in higher education, a complex healthcare system, or a large non-profit. Experience managing volunteers or an advisory board. Experience developing a new donor constituency.
Application Instructions:
Organizational Website:

POSITION TITLE: Director of Major Gifts
DEPARTMENT: Office of Development and Alumni Affairs
SALARY: $85,000
POSTING DATE:  April 24, 2023
Reporting to the Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs, the Director for Major Gifts will be responsible for managing their own portfolio of prospects with clearly defined goals. Additionally, the Director will serve as a liaison to at least one of the University’s schools and colleges, working with the dean and an advisory board to grow fundraising and volunteerism.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Develops and manages a portfolio of parent prospects to raise major gifts to benefit the University.
• Creates, implements, and oversees a comprehensive and systematic major giving program to identify, cultivate, and solicit donors and prospects.
• Works collaboratively with colleagues in Alumni Affairs and Development including with University partners, donor relations, Trusts, Estate and Gift Planning.
• Corresponds and visits with prospects, donors, and their advisors.  
• Develops and implements projects/programs aimed at bringing new major donor prospects into the pipeline and through giving cycle; including, but not limited to high level cultivation programs and events.
• Bachelor’s degree required.
• Minimum of five (5) years of progressive fundraising experience, preferably in higher education.
• Demonstrated track record of major gift solicitations and volunteer management.
• Demonstrated ability to cultivate, solicit, and prospect stewardship.
• Possess knowledge of fundraising principles.
• Effective interpersonal and organizational skills and strong writing ability.
• Ability to work with diverse constituencies with professionalism and diplomacy.
• Adept at managing multiple projects under time sensitive deadlines.
• Ability to travel and work early mornings, evenings, and weekends as needed.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel.

Position Title:  Director for Major Gifts and Scholarship Stewardship
Department: Office for Development and Alumni Affairs
Salary Range: $95,000 - $105,000
Posting Date:  April 24, 2023
Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs, Hofstra University is seeking a Director of Major Gifts and Scholarship Stewardship who will serve as a member of the Development and Alumni Affairs team. The Director should be a seasoned professional in major gift fundraising and constituent relations. The Director will be assigned to manage a portfolio of donors and prospects and is expected to meet annual fundraising and face-to-face visit goals. The Director will support all University priorities at the intersection of a donor’s funding interests. The Director will manage volunteers as part of a leadership advisory board, in accordance with a Dean and/or other University leadership. Additionally, the Director will develop and implement strategies that strengthen donor connections and foster long-term relationships with scholarship donors and prospects to generate lasting and impactful support for the University.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Overall administration of stewardship communication, including personal cultivation and preparation of gift agreements, correspondence, and reports. 
• The Director works independently and collaboratively with major gift officers and the Special Events team; manages the stewardship of scholarship funds in partnership with Financial Aid and Financial Affairs to ensure donor intent is followed; and serves as liaison to donors and scholarship recipients.
• Make a set number of annual individual face to face visits with donors and/or prospective donors.
• Make a set number of annual solicitation requests with increasing levels.
• Bachelor’s degree required.
• Minimum of three to five years of experience in constituent relations or development, preferably in a university setting or non-profit organization.
• The Director must have demonstrated knowledge of fundraising principles, effective interpersonal and organizational skills, and ability to work with diverse constituencies with professionalism and diplomacy and be adept in managing multiple projects under demanding deadlines.
• Ability to travel and work early mornings, evenings, and weekends as needed.
• Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel.

Position Title: Executive Director

Position Level: Senior

Salary: $100,000 - $120,000

Posting Date:  April 19, 2023

At Bethany House we support women, and women with children, experiencing homelessness, through transition to stability. We begin by providing shelter, and meeting the basic needs of our guests, in a welcoming and safe, home-like setting. We offer programs which provide a continuum of care that starts with emergency shelter, moves into transitional housing, and culminates in permanent housing and greater self-sufficiency. Ultimately, we strive for our guests and their children to experience a sense of self-worth and belonging in response to their experience with our dedicated staff and volunteers. Bethany House is built on a foundation of community support and partnerships, that include government agencies, faith-based organizations, non- profit service providers, colleges and universities as well as corporate sponsors and foundations.

Job Summary:

The Executor Director (ED) of Bethany House is responsible for continued progress toward achieving Bethany House’s mission while maintaining its core values and dedication to homeless women, their children and the myriad of issues that impact housing insecurity on Long Island. The ED is responsible for overseeing all day-to day operations; implementation of Board policies; advising the Board regarding strategic direction and organizational development; fundraising; budget management; adherence to licensure and certification requirements; financial planning and program development and evaluation. Additionally, the ED is the principal public face for the organization and represents Bethany House in multiple local, state and national venues. The ED should also have a passion for social work, working directly with people and solving together with a team for issues at hand on an ongoing basis.  The ED should be motivated by the rewarding work Bethany House has done, and will continue to do in the future; there is opportunity for growth, and expansion with demonstrated hunger and passion for additional opportunities.


·        Masters’ Degree in Social Work or Business Administration or equivalent

·        Demonstrated knowledge of and/or experience with residential services and homeless women and children, and associated resources related to homelessness and poverty on Long Island

·        Executive leadership experience in a human services agency

·        Organizational skills, including demonstrated attention to detail

·        Ability to understand and analyze financial data

·        Ability to maintain effectiveness in diverse environments and with varying tasks, responsibilities, or people

·        Excellent oral and written communication skills

·        Ability to provide vision for Bethany House

·        Demonstrated experience in fundraising, and grantsmanship

·        Demonstrated computer skills.



Board Administration and Support Responsibilities

·        Works for and within Board-developed parameters for ED Delegation as stated in Board Policy Manual

·        Maintains and oversees all records for the organization, including overseeing database maintenance, resident records, timely billing of DSS, statistics, etc.

·        Oversees the tracking of organizational funds and provides financial reports to the Board on a regular basis, and as requested. These will include an annual end-of-year financial report

·        Works with the Board [and specifically with the Secretary-Treasurer and the Budget Committee] to establish an annual budget for Bethany and all required materials for the annual fiscal audit.

·        Oversees insurance needs of the agency

·        Serves as staff support to the Board of Directors

·        Sits on all Board Committees of the Corporation (PDC, QIC, DCC, GGRC, FEC, FC).

·        Provides leadership in facilitating ideas, programs and activities to allow for Bethany to live into its mission, further its goals and provide impactful services to the women and children who receive services on a daily basis

·        Directs multi-year planning process in order to accomplish strategic goals

·        Other administrative duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.


Program and Human Resource Management Responsibilities

• Oversees the Supervision of Staff 
• Supports direct care staff in day-to-day incident resolution when needed
• Creates a working environment that is collaborative and supportive in challenging situations while holding to a framework that protects the safety and health of guests and employees 
• Ensures that all employees perform at a professional level; provides staff development opportunities as needed
• Oversees employee compensation and benefits
• Administers operations and communications of the organization
• Acts as executive fiscal agent for the organization, managing and collaborating with the Director of Finance to ensure all required disclosures are completed in a timely and accurate manner  
• Advocates with Nassau County Department of Social Services and the NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) for sustainable rates of reimbursement and program design
• Fills staff positions approved by Board of Directors with the best possible candidates; oversees the termination of staff as appropriate 
• Oversees the engagement of all outside consultants and ensure those relationships are managed within a scope of work, budget, and purpose 

Public Relations and Fundraising Responsibilities

·        Directly engaged in marketing activities and events for Bethany House

·        Develops strong relationships with supporters, including individual donors, local community and religious organizations, government partners, local universities, local elected officials, and other agencies serving the homeless

·        Cultivates potential donors; expands fundraising capacity in annual, endowment, and capital campaign giving

·        Builds a positive fundraising culture within the Board and staff

·        Works to further awareness of Bethany House among potential patrons by implementing effective marketing efforts.

Working Conditions

·        Office is located in Baldwin; shelters are located in Roosevelt and Baldwin; field work primarily in Nassau County interfacing with government, donors, supporters; some business conducted via Zoom

·        Monday-Friday full-time position with some weekend or evening events; must be responsive to emergency emails and phone calls outside of standard business hours.


Please forward all resumes to



Position Title:  Executive Director

Position Level:  Senior

Salary:  $160,000 - $180,000

Posting Date: March 29, 2023

Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) was formed in 1990 by a group of residents concerned about the pace of real estate development and the increasing disengagement of residents and visitors from the Island’s natural resources. Community support has grown to attract and retain a fully engaged staff, board of trustees, board of advisors, and other volunteers who serve on several governing and event committees. The original founders continue to be involved as trustees and/or advisors and, together with staff, have committed to continuing their land conservation mission. ALT is accredited with the national Land Trust Accreditation Commission.

ALT serves three towns, Newport, Middletown, and Portsmouth, covering all of Aquidneck Island, approximately 25,000 acres. ALT works on a number of conservation projects to make local farming viable, improve health in the community, improve water quality, increase and improve wildlife habitat, educate the community on various environmental issues, and advocate for smart policy at the municipal and state levels.

As a trusted organization on Aquidneck Island and its only land trust, this is an important and exciting moment for ALT to lead the charge, building on its programming, skillset and reputation. The next Executive Director will play a crucial role in the successful execution of ALT’s Strategic Plan so that the natural environment and quality of life on Aquidneck Island is conserved and stewarded for future generations.

A strong candidate will have demonstrated success in all aspects of fundraising and donor cultivation. As the most front-facing leader, the Executive Director will be in strong partnership with the Director of Development and Board to foster a diverse donor community inclusive of all levels of stakeholders from members, longtime residents, new landowners and high wealth donors. The candidate should also be able to cultivate strong relationships with landowners and lead the negotiations to successfully close land conservation transactions. They should also have the capacity to find, structure, fundraise and close critical conservation parcels.

An ideal candidate will have the skillset and background to juggle multiple short and long term objectives. This includes creating the ability for ALT to influence land use policies, identify acquisition opportunities and build partnerships. A strong candidate will also succeed in building a productive, mission-driven staff, Board of Trustees, and culture. This also means fostering an organizational culture that is supportive, joyful, collaborative and committed to staff development.

The target base salary for this position is $160,000 - $180,000, in combination with a potential variable performance incentive bonus plan. Benefits include relocation assistance, a robust health care package, which includes medical and dental benefits, paid time off for vacation, family care, mental and physical health, religious holidays, civic duties, and bereavement, as well as the opportunity to participate in a retirement plan.

Aquidneck Land Trust is committed to building a diverse, equitable and inclusive culture and community. Candidates of color, bilingual and bicultural candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.


To apply, please submit a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at (click on the Apply button at the bottom of the page).


For more information about Aquidneck Land Trust, visit

Positing Title: Director of Development, Health Sciences

Position Level: Senior

Salary: $100,000 - $140,000

Posting Date: March 29, 2023

Stony Brook University is counted among the best public universities in the country, a center of academic excellence, and an internationally recognized research institution. Stony Brook Medicine integrates and elevates all of Stony Brook University’s health-related initiatives and serves as a world-class medical institution.


Reporting to the Senior Director of Development, the Director of Development will play a key role in the fundraising efforts for Stony Brook Medicine. Working closely with Advancement and unit leadership they will design a comprehensive fundraising plan and strategy for selected areas. The Director of Development will meet with key prospects and individual donors, cultivate relationships with them, solicit them for gifts, and manage all faculty fundraising activities. While subject to change based on an individual development officer’s portfolio, the Director of Development will be required to meet clearly defined metrics annually.


Required Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree. Four (4) years of full-time fundraising experience in a higher education institution, a large non-profit, or complex healthcare system. Proven record of cultivating and successfully soliciting individual donors or institutions for major gifts. Experience managing numerous priorities and a portfolio of donor/client relationships. Contact management software experience.

Preferred Qualifications:
Master’s degree preferred (foreign equivalent or higher). An additional one (1) more year of full-time fundraising experience in a higher education institution, a large non-profit, or complex healthcare system (or sales or related experience). Fundraising campaign experience.

Application Instructions: Please apply on our website:

Organizational Website:


Position Title: Events and Digital Marketing Coordinator

Position Level: Mid

Salary: $45,000-$50,000

Posting Date: March 13, 2023

North Shore Child & Family Guidance is seeking a full-time Events and Digital Marketing Coordinator to join our team. The Guidance Center, Long Island’s leading children’s mental health agency, offers a generous benefits package including health insurance and paid vacation, all in a welcoming, friendly work environment.



  • Develop, plan and execute a minimum of 10 events annually - 5 major external events, including annual Gala, Golf Outing and Spring Luncheon and a variety of 5 smaller events including ribbon cuttings, children’s events and “friend-raisers.”
  • Research venues, caterers; vendors (florists, entertainment, photography) and analyze pricing to secure contracts.
  • Design invitations/graphics for agendas, programs, journals, sponsor signage and place orders accordingly.
  • Manage registration, RSVPs, seat assignments; solicitation and securing prizes; ordering plaques & awards.
  • Data tracking – live/silent auction prizes; raffle prizes, event attendance, event budget.
  • Solicit items for gift bags and prizes.
  • Assist with mailing lists and the fundraising database.
  • Set up and disassemble event space.
  • Liaise through email, phone or written correspondence with relevant parties as needed.
  • Maintain the organization’s digital platforms, social media accounts, and other digital marketing materials by drafting, updating, and posting content such as agency news items, publications, press interviews/articles, blogs and events.
  • Design social media posts, stories, reels, and videos
  • Devise and adhere to a social content calendar to coordinate and establish agency mission with relevant annual celebrations.
  • Data analytics – track DMs, public responses to posts, volume of followers, satisfaction ratings; compile and share data to help leadership strategize increasing engagement, strengthen service delivery, and increase community support and satisfaction.
  • Research and stay informed on upcoming content priorities and serve as a resource for social trends.
  • Seek opportunities to increase social media engagement and ensure that content distributed on appropriate platforms remains relevant and appropriate.
  • Support the management of the agency website.
  • Create program one pagers as needed to market trainings, speaking engagements and presentations.
  • Encourage adoption of social media as a marketing channel by the Board of Directors and staff through on-going training and education.
  • Oversee and monitor task assignments for social media interns.
  • Coordinate, participate and take minutes in an assortment of ad hoc or standard meetings with Board committees, event committees, staff, donors and foundations.
  • Coordinate with the Development team in a weekly meeting to review tasks and schedules.
  • Manage special assignments and additional duties as needed.



  • A Bachelor’s Degree in English, Marketing or Communications preferred with a minimum of two years’ experience in event planning, fundraising and donor stewardship.
  • Ability to handle multiple priorities at the same time in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Solid organizational, written, and follow-up skills; paying close attention to details.
  • Proficiency in a variety of IT systems, applications and software – (Donor Perfect; Microsoft Office Suite - specifically Word, Outlook, and Excel; Adobe InDesign, Canva, or other design software; Zoom, Survey Monkey
  • Commitment to quality and ability to function within a team setting.
  • Ability to work with a variety of different people.

Contact: Email resume to Lauren McGowan,