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Date posted: January 15, 2020

Organization:Western Rivers Conservancy

Western Rivers Conservancy seeks a river lover and database whiz to join our development team. This position manages our Salesforce database, keeps office systems humming, and helps increase donor support for the organization.  


Western Rivers Conservancy protects outstanding river ecosystems in the western United States through land acquisition. We buy land along river corridors and place it into permanent conservation in order to conserve critical habitat, provide public access for compatible use and enjoyment, and secure the health of whole ecosystems.

Since our inception in 1988, Western Rivers Conservancy has protected critical riverlands along more than 48 rivers and streams around the West including the John Day, Hoh, Gunnison, Klamath and Rio Grande. To learn more about WRC’s current projects and conservation accomplishments, go to: 


The Individual Giving & Operations Manager is responsible for managing WRC’s donor database (Salesforce) and increasing support for the organization through the development and implementation of annual appeal giving strategies. The Individual Giving & Operations Manager recruits and retains small donors (under $1,000) through outreach and a variety of direct mail strategies including new donor acquisition, renewals, special appeals and other mailings. The position also keeps WRC’s operations running smoothly by coordinating with our IT consultants and making sure office communications systems are up to date. The Individual Giving & Operations Manager reports to the Director of Finance & Administration, works in coordination with the development and communication teams, and is based at our headquarters in Portland, Oregon.


Database Management (55%)

  • Oversee the daily operation of the Salesforce database. Ensure the accuracy and integrity of the data, including input and output, and end-user training and support.
  • Coordinate and plan for future data conversions/upgrades as needed.
  • Develop and maintain efficient systems for data cleansing, data entry, gift processing, prospect research, and relationship management.
  • Process bi-annual National Change of Address (NCOA) updates to ensure accuracy of mailing list.
  • In coordination with other development staff, maintain customized major gift, foundation and corporate tracking; prepare fundraising progress reports and mailing lists.
  • Prepare direct mailings for the purpose of recruiting and retaining donors, including solicitation of new donors, renewals, special major donor appeals and other mailings.
  • Assure maintenance of a central file of donor records of correspondence (hard copy).
  • Process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence.

Annual Giving (25%)

  • Coordinate and participate in all aspects of WRC’s annual appeal strategy, including determining revenue goals. Prepare direct mailings for the purpose of recruiting and retaining small donors (under $1,000), including solicitation of new donors, renewals, special appeals and other mailings.
  • Work with the development team to build strategic and tactical plans for achieving these goals (total dollars raised, percentage participation, consistency of giving, average gift size, etc.).
  • In partnership with the communications team, coordinate strategies to incorporate various affinity groups, e-campaigns, giving societies, acquisition of new donors and regional outreach all focused on shaping a sustainable tradition of annual support.
  • Respond to inquiries, electronic and otherwise, from prospective donors and members of the public.

Operations Management (20%)

  • Serve as liaison with IT consultants, working with them to troubleshoot problems and keep workstations, phones and other equipment running smoothly.
  • Purchase and maintain office equipment and software licenses.
  • Process mail and keep office supplies stocked and organized.
  • Assist with internal controls and bookkeeping such as the distribution of timesheets and expense reports.


A successful Individual Giving & Operations Manager candidate will likely have:

  • Demonstrated proficiency and accuracy in donor database management, preferably Salesforce;
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office including mail merge;
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written;
  • A solutions-oriented mindset with strong attention to detail;
  • Tact, excellent judgment and an upbeat attitude;
  • Flexibility and ability to manage diverse tasks;
  • At least five years’ relevant experience;
  • Demonstrated commitment to river conservation.

COMPENSATION:  Annual salary of $58,000 - $68,000 depending on experience. WRC offers a generous benefits package that includes medical, dental, and long-term disability insurance; a 403(b) retirement plan; a flex plan and bicycle commuter benefit.

TO APPLY:  Please email a cover letter and resume to Applications may also be mailed to:  Hiring Committee, Western Rivers Conservancy, 71 SW Oak St, Suite 100, Portland, OR 97204.

Western Rivers Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to creating an organization that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. We are also committed to maintaining a culture that is not only free from discrimination, but actively inclusive of the rich and varied perspectives that diversity brings.

CLOSING DATE:  Priority consideration will be given to applications received by Wednesday, February 5. 



Date posted: January 14, 2020

Organization: National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF)


The National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) is a dynamic and growing non-profit organization dedicated to research, advocacy, and patient and medical education as we work toward a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis and support those impacted by psoriatic disease.  Headquartered in Portland, OR, NPF is seeking a dynamic and experienced individual as our Director of Individual Giving.

The Director of Individual Giving  is responsible for designing, implementing and managing an individual giving program that includes digital fundraising, membership, annual appeals, online giving, and federated giving. This position will be responsible for identifying, engaging, solicitating, cultivating and stewarding current and prospective donors in expanding their financial support for NPF and with meeting the organization’s individual giving annual fundraising goals. Additionally, the Director of Individual Giving will work closely with the Chief Revenue Officer and CEO to create individual engagement and solicitation strategies to increase the organization’s philanthropic and in-kind support from individuals and family foundations.

Responsibilities include:

  • Plan, manage and execute annual appeals campaigns that includes direct mail and online giving, and social media assets.
  • Create copy for appeals, work plans, budgets, messaging and schedules to support each campaign.
  • Develop and execute fundraising strategies to increase individual contributions and retain donors.
  • Develop annual digital fundraising strategy.
  • Manage cultivation of prospects through digital fundraising tools and initiate strategies to foster higher giving levels.
  • Meet short-term and long-term goals from new and existing membership sources by developing best practices for digital fundraising across multiple platforms.
  • Focus on cultivating donations and membership through email acquisitions, new methods of electronic fundraising such as social media and mobile, third parties and is responsible for cultivating new member prospects through newly developing avenues.
  • Manage the organization’s membership program and develop strategies to grow the program.
  • Become on expert on NPF’s programmatic needs for the purpose of effective donor stewardship, using available resources and opportunities.
  • Develop reporting on fundraising campaigns and prepare weekly, monthly and quarterly statistical reports for use for evaluation and to provide to NPF management, the Board of Directors and Board committees.
  • Evaluate all campaigns and appeals to develop analysis on performance and plan for future appeals.
  • Manage and increase participation in the organization’s planned giving legacy society and serve as administrator for open estates.
  • Collaborate with the Marketing and Communications Department on producing donor collateral including the organization’s annual report, research portfolio, website assets, email communication and special event invitations.
  • Manage and enhance the process of donor acknowledgement, recognition, cultivation and stewardship.
  • Manage donor recognition and special event recognition for annual leadership giving society.

Requirements Include:

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience required.
  • Minimum of five years of experience in individual giving preferred.
  • Experience with Raiser’s Edge software preferred.
  • Demonstrated success in devising sophisticated cultivation and solicitation strategies.
  • Experience developing and implementing digital fundraising strategies.
  • Ability to build relationships, motivate, and engage donors, volunteers, and staff.
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong organizational and managerial capabilities.
  • Ability to organize and handle multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Supervisory experience
  • Proficiency of Microsoft Office and database functions.
  • Prefer experience with web based fundraising software.
  • Ability to analyze data, prepare reports, draw conclusions and make recommendations.
  • Ability to work additional hours to participate in meetings and cultivation activities and to travel as needed.

Please forward a cover letter with salary requirement and your resume to:  Human Resources, National Psoriasis Foundation, Link: , 6600 SW 92nd Ave, Ste 300 Portland, OR 97223, E-mail



January 8, 2020

Organization: Catholic Charities

Full-Time; Exempt

Reports to: Director of Donor Engagement


Come join one of Oregon’s Most Admired Nonprofits, Catholic Charities of Oregon, as we serve in our mission to partner with the most vulnerable to create lasting solutions to poverty and injustice.

Outstanding leadership opportunity for a self-starter and systems-oriented individual with excellent skills in process management, systems design, and operations management to join our senior development team. The Director of Operations is responsible for designing, developing, managing, optimizing fund-development processes including donor outreach and engagement, grant writing, annual and seasonal appeals, corporate and foundation sponsorships, fund raising events, etc.  to ensure achievement of fund development goals. This individual will help build and manage the “backbone” functions and systems that support raising approximately $4million each year from donors, corporations, foundations and other partners.  The incumbent will oversee and manage all operational aspects of the Development Department including primary responsibility for assuring reporting from the development CRM (Salesforce NPSP). This senior position works closely and collaboratively with the Director of Donor Engagement and the Director of Grants & Partnerships. 


Operations Management and System Development:

Operations Management

  • Facilitate operations for the Development team including running weekly team meetings and serving as primary in-office point person.
  • Create and maintain a comprehensive calendar for department wide initiatives.
  • Manage and track the Development team budget.
  • Manage all Development contracts.
  • Serve as primary liaison between Development and Finance departments.
  • Identify and implement changes as necessary to increase efficiencies.
  • Provide trainings and technical assistance to Development team and other stakeholders. 

Gift Acceptance and Acknowledgement

  • Ensure accurate invoicing, gift entry, appropriate acknowledgement of all donations, and approval of matching gift requests.
  • Regularly review and revise gift acceptance policies and gift entry and acknowledgement procedures including content of acknowledgement letters.

Donor Database

  • Oversee the donor database (Salesforce NPSP), ensure its accuracy and integrity, and effectively track fund development and donor metrics to assure impact and growth. Effectively partner with Quality Assurance (QA) and Finance departments.
  • Oversee data entry procedures and maintain consistent standards for donor data.
  • Train staff on use of the database and provide regular updates on best practices.
  • Lead database maintenance, integration, enhancement, and conversion projects in partnership with QA team. Regularly evaluate integrated applications.
  • Identify, document, and prioritize Development database needs on an ongoing basis.

Reporting and Analysis

  • Create dashboards and reports on key performance metrics/indicators to evaluate revenue performance and inform strategy.
  • Accountable for analyses of giving trends and recommendations to inform our strategies and ensure the best use of development resources.
  • Support donor events, meetings, and briefings.
  • Provide data-driven recommendations and support for solicitation segmentation, mail house management, major donor cultivation, and in-house fundraising execution.
  • Ensure timely and accurate financial reconciliation with the Finance team to ensure all gifts and pledges are properly recorded in the general ledger. 


  • Participate in trainings and coordination meetings as requested and applicable. 
  • Adherence to Catholic Charities policies and procedures.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


  • 3-5- years’ experience managing complex development and fundraising systems.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required.
  • Database management experience required; Salesforce experience preferred.
  • Experience in nonprofit fundraising administration strongly preferred.
  • Working knowledge of development best practices and trends.
  • Ability to effectively work with standard Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
  • Demonstrate judgment and discretion in dealing with confidential matters.
  • Must be able to organize and prioritize work, be proactive, take initiative, follow through, and simultaneously manage multiple priorities to ensure goals are met in a timely manner.  High attention to detail required.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Willingness to learn new skills and take on new responsibilities.
  • Strong analytical and strategic problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work well in team setting, as well as independently; be flexible and adapt well to different dynamics in a fast-paced work environment.
  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends as needed.
  • Ability to support organizational and program specific mission and goals.
  • A passion for the mission of Catholic Charities, which is to partner with the most vulnerable to create lasting solutions to poverty and injustice.
  • Ability to lift 40 pounds.
  • Travel in Portland required. Must have driver’s license, access to vehicle and ability to obtain automobile insurance at levels required by agency (100/300/100).
  • Satisfactory results from criminal, civil and/or motor vehicle background check required.

COMPENSATION:   Compensation is commensurate with skills and experience.  Competitive benefits package, including: 100% employer paid health insurance (employee portion), disability, life insurance, paid time off, 12 paid holidays, retirement plan, free parking and more.

TO APPLY: Submit your application, resume and cover letter at 


GRANTS manager                

January 8, 2020

Organization: Neighborhood Health Center                                                                          

Reports To:  Director of Development and Communications

Supervisory Responsibility: No

Classification: Exempt


The Grants Manager is responsible for building relationships with foundation and corporations as well as crafting grant proposals and reports. This position will also work to expand funding from local government (e.g. Washington County, Clackamas County, and the Cities of Hillsboro, Canby, Milwaukie) by reviewing government RFPs, assessing for fit, working with NHC staff to write high-quality proposals and reports. This position will also build and maintain NHC’s grants management systems. It is expected that in the position’s first year, the Grants Manager will submit approximately 50 proposals.

Essential Job Duties

  • Research grant opportunities that fit NHC’s mission and programs.
  • Attend funder RFP meetings, round tables, grant workshops, etc.
  • Write grant proposals in accordance with foundation, corporation or government standards and requirements.
  • Work collaboratively with NHC staff to develop grant outcomes and deliverables, if applicable.
  • Understand NHC’s programs and services in order to draft competitive proposals that meet organizational needs and funder priorities.
  • Build relationships with foundation program officers and local government.
  • Make presentations and/or provide tours of NHC to funders.
  • Track the submission of grants (e.g. drafting, pending, submitted, awarded, denied) and grant reporting.
  • Provide backup to development department special events and donor relations activities.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Education and/or Experience

Bachelor’s Degree required and at least two years of experience in grant writing, preferably within the Pacific Northwest and/or healthcare related foundations; a combination of education and/or experience may be qualifying.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Behaviors

  • Familiarity with local, state and Federal grant programs
  • Ability to write creatively and technically
  • Ability to understand and follow specific instructions and guidelines
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to handle stressful situations
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills


  • Experience building partnerships with foundations, corporations, and government agencies
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and online grant management systems


This position may be required to sit for long periods of time. This position will typically work Monday-Friday, 8:00-5:00pm and must be present during core business hours. Flexibility to work early mornings, evenings, or weekends as needed is required. Must have reliable transportation and be able to travel locally for meetings and events.

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of duties, activities or responsibilities that are required of the employee to successfully perform this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job duties

development manager                

January 8, 2020

Organization: Neighborhood Health Center

Reports To:  Director of Development and Communications

Supervisory Responsibility: No

Classification: Exempt


This position is critical to Neighborhood Health Center’s donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, recognition and stewardship activities. This position is responsible for soliciting corporate sponsorships, annual appeals, social media appeals, and community relations activities as well as serving as Team Leader for the launch of the Benevon Model at NHC.

Essential Job Duties

  • Team Leader for Benevon Model:
    • Coordinate the implementation of the Benevon Model (e.g. recruiting of ambassadors, implementing point of entry events, conducting donor cultivation, implement the 200 person one-hour ask luncheon, implement smaller free feel good cultivation events).
    • Manage the team to meet deadlines and complete tasks.
    • Ensure all data is captured in the donor database.
    • Personally complete or delegate all tasks to fulfill each element of the Benevon implementation plan.
  • Maintain a portfolio of about 150 donors. Of this number, 28 will be the Ambassadors for the Benevon Model and the remainder will be individuals or corporations that give a mid-level gift at the Ask Event.
  • Work closely with the Director of Development and Communications to establish long-term goals and objectives for each donor/sponsor.
  • Monitor event expenses.
  • Research and analyze individual donors and prospects in order to develop strategies for gift growth or acquisition.
  • Serve as primary contact for low and mid-level donors.
  • Develop clear lines of communication with all staff and volunteers.
  • Develop and oversee gift acknowledgment program.
  • Research corporate sponsorship opportunities.
  • Build relationships with individual donors and corporate sponsors.
  • Make presentations and/or provide tours of NHC to donors and sponsors.
  • Respond to potential donors who contact NHC via social media.
  • Provide backup to development and communications department activities.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Education and/or Experience

Bachelor’s Degree required and at least three years of related experience, preferably within the Portland Metropolitan area; a combination of education and/or experience may be qualifying. 

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Behaviors

  • Strong public speaking skills.
  • Experience in the identification, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgement, and stewardship of donors and potential donors at all levels.
  • Ability to demonstrate behavior consistent with our mission, vision and values.
  • Exceptional organizational and communications skills
  • Self-motivated team player who can motivate staff and volunteers
  • Dedication, flexibility, attention to detail and creativity is a must
  • Ability to handle stressful situations
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience building partnerships with donors and corporate sponsors
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and donor databases.


This position may be required to sit for long periods of time. This position will typically work Monday-Friday, 8:00-5:00pm and must be present during core business hours. Flexibility to work early mornings, evenings, or weekends as needed is required. Must have reliable transportation and be able to travel locally for meetings and events.

To apply visit: 

Salary Range:

Min. $63,837 to Midpoint $81,393 

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of duties, activities or responsibilities that are required of the employee to successfully perform this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job duties.


Date posted: January 8, 2020

Organization: ACLU of Oregon

Are you passionate about protecting the rights of all people? The ACLU of Oregon Development Department invites applications for its open Development Associate position. 

The ACLU is the nation’s foremost defender of civil liberties and civil rights. Our role is to be a principled visionary – not just to respond to crisis but also to create openings for change, to imagine and build a future that is better than what came before. It is an exciting time at the ACLU: we are looking at our 100th anniversary in 2020, facing critical elections that will impact us all, expanding our fundraising base, strengthening our legal and advocacy firepower, and amplifying public engagement with our work to fight threats to freedom head on – and win. 

In addition to our strong mission and fulfilling, high-profile work, we strive to be better and are working on our commitment to equity and dismantling white supremacy. We will work together to help you find work life balance, offer generous benefits, and are conveniently located in vibrant downtown Portland.

The Development Associate provides proactive, responsive, and effective support to the Development Director, working to advance the fundraising and donor relations efforts of the development team. The position offers a professional face to the ACLU of Oregon’s fundraising operations, while exercising discretion and judgement in performing a variety of high-level tasks related to membership, major gifts, planned giving, events management, foundation relations, and donor relations. The position provides key strategic communications, project management, data management, and research functions as a part of the development team. The Associate will demonstrate a strong commitment to racial equity and actively participate in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) discussions and incorporate a DEI lens in all the work that they do. 

The Development Associate will join a talented and highly motivated team, which includes attorneys, communications experts, legislative and policy advocates, and fundraisers. 

Major Duties

  • Assists in the implementation and the design of a successful donor relations program that targets all levels of giving
  • Solicit in-kind gifts and monetary gifts by establishing and managing a portfolio of 30 key donor relationships
  • Provides data functions, including creating donor accounts, entering monetary and non-monetary gifts, and reviewing donor accounts for accuracy
  • Responsible for review and control of gift acknowledgment, including preparing receipts, donor acknowledgements, thank you notes, pledge statements, and memorial acknowledgements
  • Manages gifts processing, including recording pledges and gifts in the individual donor accounts, and banking deposits as appropriate
  • Ensures that donors are acknowledged promptly and properly by facilitating the creation and the update, as necessary, of individual constituent records
  • Works with ACLU national staff and other affiliate staff to deliver or delivers exemplary customer services to supporters and donors requesting changes to donor records or seeking additional information about their relationship with the ACLU
  • Uses the database to track foundation and corporate grants, recording application materials, deadlines, payment schedules, and required reports
  • Assists in drafting reports for submission to grantors
  • Produces necessary reports, mailing lists, and donor lists as requested on an ad hoc basis
  • Manages a monthly process of gift reconciliation with the Operations and Fiscal Manager as well as managing the annual reconciliation process in collaboration with the Operations and Fiscal Manager and ACLU national staff
  • Tracks prospect and donor moves in the donor database.
  • Assists with scheduling donor meetings and briefings
  • Conducts prospect research and wealth screening on existing and prospective donors to build comprehensive briefings on donor background, preferences, and priorities in collaboration with other development staff
  • Drafts, edits, and distributes key print and digital donor communications, including, but not limited to direct mail, website pages, donor acknowledgements, annual reports, and e-blasts
  • Tracks and coordinates the collection of information and necessary documentation from individuals and businesses conducting charitable sales in support of the ACLU
  • Works with the Development Director and other key staff to track and coordinate the ACLU’s participation in speaking engagements, as a program sponsor, or as a provider of advocacy materials to supporters
  • Creates collateral including event invitations, fund reports as needed
  • Assists in event planning, logistics management, and donor relations management for key Development events, including Food For Thought, Holiday Party, and Liberty Dinner, using appropriate electronic tools
  • Assists the Development Director in meeting facilitation by scheduling meetings, securing meeting spaces, developing meeting agendas, and capturing meeting minutes
  • Analyzes past campaign results, including pertinent economic factors to help develop fundraising goals and metrics
  • Develop event agendas and run of shows for key organizational events in consultation with key staff
  • Trains and monitors volunteers supporting ACLU events as necessary
  • Participates in, creates, and sustains inclusive and engaging spaces for all people by demonstrating a commitment to racial equity, to dismantling white supremacy, and to operating with knowledge and understanding of how power is manifested in matters of race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, ability, language, immigration status, national origin, and socioeconomic circumstances 

Experience, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

  • Proven commitment to diversity and equity.
  • Requires a minimum of one years’ experience in nonprofit organizing, advocacy, and or community-based organizations in a fundraising or development capacity.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills as well as the ability to develop strong relationships with a variety of organizational stakeholders and when working with people with different backgrounds and life experiences.
  • Excellent writing, editing, and proofing skills, along with excellent problem solving skills, with a consistent, solution-oriented approach.
  • Excellent judgement and ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality regarding campaign strategy, personnel issues, and other intellectual property.
  • Strong project management, time management, and organizational skills, including the ability to set priorities and the ability to improve on existing processes/systems.
  • Strong research, critical thinking, and analytic skills.
  • Demonstrates a keen attention to detail, a commitment to follow-through, and a high level of motivation while displaying readiness, optimism, and calm under pressure while working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Commitment to work collaboratively and respectfully toward resolving obstacles and conflicts.
  • Advanced level skills in Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, and G suite.
  • Ability to do basic math, including addition, division, multiplication, and subtraction.
  • Ability to travel and work outside of the office on a limited basis.
  • Knowledge of the ACLU’s mission and the ability to stay abreast of current organizational priorities, including a wide range of civil liberties and civil rights issues.

Preferred Skills and Competencies:

  • Two years of non-profit development experience.
  • Experience working with a senior ranking member of a management team, managing multiple demands, and changing priorities.
  • Experience with publication and design software applications.
  • Experience with donor databases or constituent relationship management systems, preferably Salesforce and Greater Giving.
  • Confident with technology and willing to learn how to use new databases and online tools.

Reports to: Development Director.

Direct reports: none.

Full-time, exempt position. 


Salary range is $40,000 to $50,000 depending on experience. Excellent benefits including paid vacation, nine (9) office holidays; medical, vision, and dental insurance for staff members, and 401(k) plan with employer contribution and match, transportation subsidy, and direct exposure to cutting-edge civil rights work. 

Application Procedure

To apply for this position, send a cover letter, a resume, three professional references (identifying their relationship to you and including their email address and preferred telephone number) to  Please include your last name and Development Associate in the subject line of the email.

No phone calls or snail mail please. Resumes will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and will be accepted until the position is filled. Preference will be given to people who apply before February 14, 2020. The position will remain open until filled, at which time the job announcement will be removed from our website.

ACLU of Oregon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status, record of arrest or conviction. We also encourage qualified people with justice system involvement to apply.