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The AFP Berks Regional Chapter will post job openings relating to advancement/development/philanthropy for nonprofit organizations that are located within Berks County and/or provide services to residents in Berks County at no cost for a 30 day time period.  This includes posting the ad on our Website and sending a notice through our Constant Contact account. 

A $50 posting fee will be charged to nonprofit organizations that are not located in Berks County or do not provide services within Berks County.  Checks can be made payable to AFP Berks Regional Chapter, and mailed to PO Box 331, Shillington, PA  19607.

All ads should be sent via a Microsoft Word File or pdf to In line with AFP Global standards we ask that all ads submitted include expected salary ranges for the position being advertised.


Program Manager
Breast Cancer Support Services

Salaried position - salary range: $40,000 - $50,000.
averages 40-45 hours per week Monday – Friday (evenings and weekends required for programs and special events/fundraisers).
Reports to Executive Director

Skills required: Proficient with Microsoft Office, ability to use basic office equipment, working knowledge of Google Docs, good organizational skills, self-motivated, strategic thinker, with the ability to work in a fast-paced, detail oriented, deadline driven environment with minimal supervision. Interpersonal skills including excellent written and verbal communication, analytics, and the ability to work well independently as well as part of a team.  Be dedicated to helping and supporting every person affected by breast cancer, and keeping all survivor and donor records confidential. 

The BCSS Program Coordinator is responsible for:

  1. Oversee and manage all support groups and programs.
  2. Research and schedule presenters and programs and follow through with all arrangements and contracts.
  3. Direct activities, topics and set priorities to manage programming.
  4. Upon completion of internal staff training will be responsible for the training of all volunteer facilitators for programming and services provided by BCSS.
  5. Identify people who may be interested in BCSS programs through community outreach and partnerships/collaborations with local healthcare providers.
  6. Staff liaison for Program Committee.
  7. Ensure that services in each program are evaluated and analytics are entered into database and used to determine the need for future programs and speakers/presenters. Track participants attending support groups and program both on-site and off-site to provide measurable outcomes.
  8. Use analytics to measure positive outcomes and success.
  9. Research and qualify potential grant opportunities, assist in submitting proposals, preparing close-out reports and build relationships with funders for programming and services.
  10. Develop and deliver programs to meet the needs of the breast cancer community. 
  11. Identify partners, resources, and volunteers (working with volunteer coordinator) for each program.
  12. Provide resources, information, and support for individuals who come to BCSS for assistance.
  13. Monitor program budget and expenses with the Executive Director.
  14. Maintain and oversee program inventory - Place orders as necessary after review with Program Committee Chair and the ED’s approval. 
  15. Ensure that all programs have goals and objectives that are designed to meet needs in the community, achieve desired outcomes among program participants, and be in accordance with the mission of BCSS.
  16. Work with Executive Director on a long-term plan to build out the program department and add additional part time staff to assist in program deliverables. 
  17. Work with Social Media & Marketing Coordinator to market and promote all support groups and programs in a timely manner.
  18. Work in conjunction Program Coordinator and/or Bi-Lingual Program Coordinator to ensure all deliverables are met for all BCSS peer to peer support groups, programs and services both on-site and off-site. 
  19. Provide telephone support and resources as needed. 
  20. Assist the Community Awareness Committee and Volunteer Coordinator with building a speaker’s bureau to determine groups, organizations, and corporations that BCSS should present their programming, services and resources with to ensure that all breast cancer survivors in our community benefit. 
  21. Assist with various tasks and projects throughout the year related to programming, community outreach, provide support for community awareness events, special events and fundraisers. Ability to move office furniture and lift up to 25 lbs. 

This individual should be a driven and motivated self-starter that can multi-task in a fast-driven environment and has the desire to grow the department and in turn the organization. 

Bilingual candidates and breast cancer survivors are encouraged to apply. 

Interested candidates should send their resumes with salary requirements to:

Breast Cancer Support Services of Berks County
Michele M. Reinert, CFRE
Executive Director
529 Reading Avenue, Suite C
West Reading, PA 19611

Resumes will be accepted from June 20
th – July 8th

Development Assistant
Hope Rescue


The Development Assistant maintains the quality of donor records. Performs the data entry  tasks of gift entry, acknowledgement, and donor record updates as well as all aspects of donor  communication. Ensures the data inputs are accurate in the database and in a timely manner.  Generates mailing lists, reports and queries as requested by other members of the  Development Department and Event Team.  

Duties include, but not limited to: 

• Research and write donor/foundation/corporate profiles as needed 
• Data imports 
• Data reporting and exports 
• Data and gift processing in a timely manner 
• Letter creation 
• Data analyzing and reporting 
• Analyze and recommend processes for updating the database  
• Support for event management team 
• Support for the volunteer coordinator 
• Support for development team 
• Database vendor liaison 
• Maintain accurate constituent records 
• Update addresses and constituent information 
• Enter new records 
• Help with creating constituent segmentation 


• Highly developed understanding of database systems; Blackbaud experience required
• Experience of three years of successful work supporting senior or executive level  management. 
• Ability to maintain high level of confidentiality. 
• Strong written and oral communication skills. 
• Minimum of a High School Diploma with a strong preference for additional formal  training or education including advanced professional development through Blackbaud. 

Compensation: $35/hr

If interested, please send your resume to Kate Alley at

Chapter Administrator


The AFP Berks Regional Chapter is seeking a Chapter Administrator in a contract position to provide support to the Chapter Board of Directors and local AFP Members.

Responsibilities include but not limited to:
  • Assist in coordinating and planning Chapter programs including registration, logistics and site needs. Attendance at Chapter programs is required.
  • Assist in National Philanthropy Day planning, logistics, registration, sponsorships, etc.
  • Maintain accurate Chapter files for Accord Process. Prepare items for submission for AFP International Accord.
  • Submit State of PA registration documents on annual basis.
  • Maintain and archive all Chapter files regarding to Board meetings, chapter meetings, scholarship, finances, etc….
  • Prepare reports as necessary for Chapter President.
  • Record and manage membership records.
  • Keep email and mailing lists up to date.
  • Manage Constant Contact Program for Member and Friends Communications.
  • Receive, record, acknowledge program registrations.
  • Work with Treasurer to receipt registration fees and billing.
  • Assist Marketing Chair in managing Chapter website for accuracy, timeliness and announcements.
  • Work with Marketing Chair in posting and maintaining social media outlets which may include Facebook, twitter, Instagram.
  • Work with Chapter treasurer on all financial records to maintain fiscal responsibility of chapter board of directors.
  • Send email announcements to chapter members and non-members as necessitated and required by Chapter Board of Directors and/or President.
  • Attend meetings as required by Chapter president.
  • Keep track of AFP International Calendar of required action items and ensure they are acted upon by Chapter as necessary.
  • Maintain the chapter email account.
  • Files the chapters taxes annually
The ideal candidate will have experience in the non-profit sector, office management and possess strong organizational skills. Candidate must be available on average 10-15 hours per month and will need access to their personal computer, printer, and phone. Experience with Microsoft Office, Constant Contact, and Web Site Maintenance a plus. 

Compensation is $20/hour

Please submit resume along with references to on or before May 27, 2022.