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SOUTHLAKE REGIONAL HEALTH CENTRE FOUNDATION - Vice President, Campaign

Posted On: June 24, 2024

Closing On: July 26, 2024

Location: Newmarket, ON

Employment Type: fulltime

Level: management

Salary Range: $140,000 - $170,000

Website: https://kciphilanthropy.com/kci-talent/

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Vice President, Campaign 

THE OPPORTUNITY

Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation is seeking an exceptional fundraising leader as our Vice President, Campaign as we embark on the largest campaign in our history.

Building upon the success of several recently completed spotlight campaigns for Men’s Health, Mental Health, the Maternal Child Program, and Cancer Care, Southlake is now focused on preparing for and executing a transformational effort to meet the exponential demand for care in support of our rapidly growing communities.  Bolstered by the vision of our new Southlake CEO, Dr. Paul Woods, Southlake is establishing a multi-site health system with the ambitious re-development of the current site and creating new, state-of-the-art healthcare facilities in the region as we reimagine healthcare for our expansive catchment that serves, though our regional programs, over 1.5 million people across many very special communities.

This is a once-in-a-career opportunity for the successful candidate recruited to this newly created leadership position to work collaboratively with both the Foundation’s President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Development Officer (CDO), in partnership with the Hospital, to provide expert leadership and support to the entire Foundation team of volunteers and staff to achieve transformational growth throughout this historic and comprehensive fundraising campaign.

Responsible for strategic and functional leadership to the Foundation’s campaign design; development and operations; and managing a portfolio of high-impact donors, the VP, Campaign, will lead the strategy and coordinate implementation to bring the organization through the various phases of the comprehensive Campaign.

At Southlake, we believe that fundraising is a team sport and the VP, Campaign will lead in concert with Foundation and Hospital leadership; act as the primary resource for senior volunteers; and serve as the day-to-day operational lead for the Foundation team, with the support of an evolving Campaign staff.  As an integral member of the Leadership Team and working collaboratively and cross-functionally across the Foundation, the VP will develop and drive campaign activities, schedules, timelines, and processes engendering a sense of excitement, optimism, and confidence toward achieving the Campaign’s goals.

Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the VP, Campaign will demonstrate deep knowledge of and commitment to Southlake’s mission, clinical priorities, the communities we serve, and the impact of philanthropy in advancing healthcare. The new VP will be a champion of Southlake’s commitment to delivering leading-edge care, close to home, our ambitious new Campaign, and the role of transformative philanthropy to reimagine the future of healthcare.

 

ABOUT SOUTHLAKE REGIONAL HEALTH CENTRE FOUNDATION

Since the inception of Southlake Foundation in 1980, more than $234 million has been raised in support of Southlake Regional Health Centre. Working with members of our communities, volunteers, our Southlake Family and our dedicated donors, Southlake Foundation will continue to support the most urgent needs of our hospital, including things like life-saving medical equipment, infrastructure upgrades and expansions, patient programs and staff education, all for the goal of providing leading-edge care for patients and families, close to home. For more information visit: www.southlakefoundation.ca.

Our Shared Purpose:  We build healthy communities, and shape the future of healthcare, through outstanding care, innovative partnerships and amazing people.

OUR MISSION:

We inspire investment in Southlake’s future.

From ground-breaking procedures and innovative uses of technology to a commitment to the best in patient care, the future of Southlake is bright, and you can be part of it.

OUR VISION:

We are the leader in transformative philanthropy and are the most trusted and highest-priority charity in our catchment.

At Southlake Foundation, we fundraise with one goal in mind: supporting our leading-edge hospital and the communities it serves. As our community grows and changes, our hospital and Foundation fundraising goals grow too — always looking forward to ensuring that we are optimally serving our current and future patients. Our donors are our partners. Through their transformative philanthropy, we empower Southlake to reimagine healthcare.

THE VALUES THAT DRIVE US

Our Shared Values with Southlake Regional Health Centre-

Power of Many – We cultivate partnerships for positive change.

What This Means to Us: By encouraging each other’s unique expertise, we value the diverse perspectives across our team and the Southlake community to make a positive impact.

Serve with Purpose – We are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others.

What This Means to Us: Together, we are aligned to our vision and to build the path to arrive at our shared goals.

Every Voice Matters – We value all perspectives, listen respectfully, and take action.

What This Means to Us: We work collaboratively, with integrity, acceptance, and open-mindedness, always presuming goodwill, as we build supportive and honest relationships.

Courage to Think Differently – We embrace creativity, diversity, and innovation in all we do.

What This Means to Us: As a learning organization, we build trust, embrace the open sharing of new ideas, and value individual and collective contributions, courage, and inclusivity.

Always with Compassion – We treat everyone like friends and family.

What This Means to Us: We support and respect one another and all of our stakeholders, encouraging an atmosphere of compassion to facilitate positive collaboration.

  

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DEFEAT DUCHENNE CANADA - Director, Development

Posted On: June 13, 2024

Closing On: July 5, 2024

Location: Remote

Effective: August 2024

Employment Type: fulltime

Level: management

Salary Range: 75,000-80,000

Website: https://defeatduchenne.ca

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About Defeat Duchenne Canada:

Defeat Duchenne Canada is the country’s only national charity dedicated to ending Duchenne muscular dystrophy. We have provided leadership in research, advocacy and support since 1995 when John Davidson, our Founder and his son, Jesse, embarked on their epic journey to raise awareness and funds for Duchenne muscular dystrophy research. We will continue to fight, alongside families impacted by Duchenne, for improved treatments and equitable access for all, to ensure those affected can live long, active lives.

About Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy:

One in every 5,000 boys is born with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, the most common fatal form of muscular dystrophy. The disease is relentless. It slowly weakens the body’s muscles, deteriorating function of vital organs and ultimately – shortens life. Although some medical treatments have been developed to help slow progression that are in use in a number of countries worldwide, the options currently available in Canada are extremely limited and unfortunately, there is no cure.

 Role Overview:

Reporting to the CEO, the Director of Development provides strategic leadership to the overall fund development portfolio. In doing so, they will work collaboratively with all members of Defeat Duchenne Canada’s small staff team. The Director will leverage their experience leading a wide-range of fundraising streams including peer to peer/event-based fundraising, direct mail, tribute, individual, and corporate giving, major gifts and sponsorship. They will demonstrate skill in cultivating and stewarding donor relationships and providing meaningful recognition to build deep and lasting connections.

The Director, Development will work with the CEO to build a robust fund development strategy, with a strong focus on high return on investment activities. They will also build and provide leadership to an impactful Fund Development Volunteer Committee to increase capacity and support for this critical portfolio. The Director will bring a solid understanding of Raiser’s Edge in order to effectively manage donor relationships, maximize the software’s functionality and provide oversight and support to Defeat Duchenne Canada’s Database Administrator.

Direct Report(s):

You will co-manage the Administrator, Finance, Database and Support with the CEO, to ensure excellence in Raiser’s Edge record keeping, gift processing and reporting.

 Key Professional Responsibilities:

Provide strategic leadership to the following revenue streams:

·       Major and Individual giving (direct mail, general online donations, monthly, tribute)

·       Events (Walk to Defeat Duchenne, Duchenne Family & 3rd Party Fundraising)

·       Major gifts

·       Corporate philanthropic giving and corporate/Industry Sponsorship

·       Community partnerships

·       Grants (Foundations, Government and other)

·       Manage a portfolio of relationships; personally soliciting and closing gifts as well as prospecting, cultivating and stewarding donors to maintain and deepen engagement

·       Develop communication materials in collaboration with the Manager, Marketing and Communications. (i.e.: appeal letters, donor correspondence, Case for Support, etc.)

·       Provide statistical analysis of donor and fundraising activities

   

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BLAKELY INC. - Strategist (Fundraising Agency)

Posted On: June 11, 2024

Closing On: June 30, 2024

Location: Remote

Employment Type: fulltime

Level: beginner

Salary Range: $75,000 - $85,000

Website: https://blakelyfundraising.com/

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STRATEGIST (Fundraising Agency)

WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU!

Are you a direct response marketer who loves to dig into the numbers? Are you passionate about applying insights to help non-profit organizations develop their programs, through optimizing current programs and supporting growth strategies? If so, then this position may be for you!

The Strategist is a key member of our Strategy and Planning team, working together with a Sr Strategist to translate client objectives alongside insights and trends into actionable, audience led, go-to-market strategies and plans.

MUST HAVES

·       Knowledge of direct response marketing including an understanding of market trends and metrics

·       Minimum 3 years of proven experience in direct fundraising, with a focus on integrated campaigns including Direct Mail, Digital Media and Email.

·       Strong understanding of data and metrics

·       A demonstrated ability to apply data and metrics to drive program strategy

·       Solid team player with a strong client service focus

·       Strong computer software ability in MS Outlook, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Teams and Adobe Acrobat

·       Ability to take initiative and work independently, while still collaborating and being a team player

·       Detail-oriented with superior organizational skills

·       Proactive problem solver, with positive outlook

·       Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

·       Excellent verbal and written communication skills

·       Clear editing and strong proofing skills

·       Ability to multi-task and juggle competing priorities

·       Works collaboratively, striving to meet team goals

ASSETS

·       Not a requirement, but we consider past agency experience working directly with clients an asset for this role.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

·       Work alongside a Sr Strategist on key clients, with responsibilities including data analysis, overarching campaign strategy, journey planning and development, messaging strategy, testing plans

·       Undertake post-mortems to arrive at actionable insights that will inform strategy development.

·       Distill insights into compact, easy to understand language that inspires.

·       Collaborate with team members across departments in the agency – Insights, Strategic Solutions, Client Relationships, Digital, Operations and Strategic Solutions

  

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Director, Philanthropy - London Community Foundation

Submitter Name: Jill Anderson

Submitter EmailLCF@kcitalent.com  

Location: London, Ontario

Employment Type: Full-time

Level: Senior

Closing On: June 27, 2024

Salary Range: $110,000 - $135,000

Websitehttps://www.lcf.on.ca/

 

THE OPPORTUNITY

London Community Foundation is seeking an engaging and strategic leader to join the team as Director, Philanthropy to take the charitable giving and donor services efforts of the organization to new heights. As an experienced and dynamic relationship builder, the Director will develop and implement strategies to engage more people in the work of the Foundation, growing the asset base, while ensuring a high level of service to existing donors.

Reporting to the President & CEO, the Director will manage a portfolio of current and prospective fundholders and donors, build relationships with allied professionals and seek out opportunities to represent LCF through speeches and presentations to service organizations, professional advisors, business groups and boards. Focused on growing support for the foundation, and with a track record of success in identifying, cultivating and soliciting prospective donors or clients, the Director will be experienced in engaging with a variety of audiences.

As a member of the leadership team and overseeing a small team of direct reports, the Director will be a results-oriented coach and mentor who brings deep knowledge of charitable giving in Canada and a genuine commitment to advancing the mission of London Community Foundation.

This is an exciting opportunity to make a meaningful impact on London Community Foundation’s mission and help shape its future while also advancing justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in the communities the Foundation serves.

ABOUT LONDON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Established in 1954 by J. Allyn Taylor, London Community Foundation is a public foundation where people and families establish charitable funds. The Foundation is dedicated to improving communities across London and Middlesex County through collaboration, strategic leadership, and innovative solutions to charitable giving. By investing gifts in perpetuity, the Foundation ensures the long-term vitality of our community.

Belonging to a network of over 200 Community Foundations across Canada, and over 1800 community foundations around the world, our movement works to make an impact – locally, nationally and globally.

What do we do?

When you establish a fund with London Community Foundation, your money is invested and held forever in an endowment. This means that your initial gift remains untouched, but the interest and investment returns generated by your gift are available year after year for you and your family to donate to organizations, projects, or initiatives of your choice.

In addition to assisting you with your philanthropy, our knowledgeable staff can provide advice on our community’s most pressing needs, keeping your interests at heart and helping you give back in a way that is meaningful for you. Our network of foundations and charities allows us to facilitate personalized giving, and our board and grants committee ensure funds entrusted to us are being granted strategically.

Our Mission

We create a vibrant, smart and caring community through strategic investing that drives innovative community-based initiatives.

Our Vision

A community working together to enrich the quality of life for all.

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