About First Tee Greater Philadelphia
First Tee Greater Philadelphia is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to impact the lives of young people in Philadelphia by creating aﬀordable and accessible golf facilities primarily to serve those who have not previously had exposure to the game and its positive values. First Tee Greater Philadelphia enables kids to build the strength of character that empowers them through a lifetime of new challenges. By seamlessly integrating the game of golf with life skills curriculum, First Tee Greater Philadelphia creates learning experiences that build inner strength, self-conﬁdence, and resilience that kids carry to everything they do.
First Tee Greater Philadelphia is one Chapter of a national/international non-proﬁt youth initiative called The First Tee. The First Tee was created in 1997 by the PGA Tour Foundation to provide young people of all ethnic and economic backgrounds an opportunity to develop, through golf and character education, life-enhancing values such as honesty, integrity and sportsmanship. By engaging young people in a combination of life skills, leadership and golf activities, they also are exposed to positive traits that will help them achieve success in life. In the process, participants become valuable assets to their community. The First Tee Life Skills & Golf Experience is the unique component that sets The First Tee apart from many other successful junior golf programs.
With an annual budget of approximately $1,025,000, First Tee Greater Philadelphia raises nearly $2,000,000 in revenue through individual contributions, philanthropic grants, corporate support, events, and program fees. All First Tee students participate in classes, receive equipment, and get access to two golf courses owned by the organization at no cost. For more information, visit h ttps://ﬁrstteephiladelphia.org.
Family Service Association of Bucks County is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) social service organization with locations throughout Bucks County in Langhorne and Bristol, Pennsylvania. The organization has been growing steadily and is seeking to accelerate growth. The board and CEO are looking for a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and process-minded leader with experience scaling an organization, leading an executive management team, leveraging technology, and developing a performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals. Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Operations Officer must be a leader who is able to help others at Family Service Association of Bucks County deliver measurable, cost-effective results that make the vision a reality.
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Lambert & Associates
Who is the Defender Association?
The Defender Association of Philadelphia is more than just a law firm. We’re the community’s lawyers. The Defender team – more than 500 attorneys, social workers, investigators, administrators, and other staff – make sure that everyone, regardless of income, has access to high-quality defense when facing criminal charges. Our mission-driven, client-centered model focuses on outcomes that support a system that is fundamentally fair and creates safer, stronger communities. Follow us @PhilllyDefenders (Twitter, Instagram & TikTok) and on LinkedIn.
The Grant Specialist will support the mission of the Defender Association of Philadelphia and is responsible for all aspects of grant activities in compliance with the organization’s goals and objectives. Reporting to the Director of Policy, the Grant Specialist will collaborate with all Units to play an essential role in fundraising to support the Defender’s critical initiatives across Units that require external funding, in deepening relationships with current foundation funders/potential funders, and in furthering the organization’s growth goals by identifying new funding opportunities. The Grant Specialist oversees the grant application process from beginning to end as well as writing grant proposals and reports, producing responses to government RFPs (Request for Proposals), and researching foundations and other potential funding opportunities. Working closely with the executive and management teams of all our Units and staff across the organization, the Grant Specialist plays an essential role in Defender’s identification of funding needs, fundraising and program growth. This is a hybrid position.
Status: Full-time, 35 hours a week
Salary: $68k-$75k (commensurate with experience)
Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Interested applicants are invited to send a cover letter, résumé and writing sample to email@example.com with the title of the position as the subject of the email. No phone calls, please.
HIAS Pennsylvania supports low-income immigrants of all backgrounds as they build new lives in our community. Through immigration legal services and an array of social services, we work to address their needs, defend their rights, and advocate for their equitable inclusion in American society.
Summary of Position:
The Grants Manager will be responsible for researching, writing, editing, and submitting grants and reports from government, foundation and corporate funding sources. This position manages the grants calendar ensuring timely submission of all grants and proposals, including proposal and grant tracking, project management, and reporting.
The Philadelphia Cultural Fund (“PCF”) seeks an experienced, strategic, politically savvy, and equity-focused nonprofit professional to provide leadership and vision in the fulfillment of PCF’s mission to support and enhance the cultural vitality of Philadelphia and all its residents by promoting arts and culture as engines of social cohesion, economic development, and health and well-being.
PCF is an independent, community-focused non-profit, grant making organization. Since its founding in 1992 PCF has awarded more than $60 million in grants to Philadelphia-based arts and culture organizations. Currently, substantially all funding for PCF comes from the City of Philadelphia (“City”). PCF is governed by an 18-member Board of Directors of which the Mayor and City Council each appoints 8 members and the remaining 10 are drawn from the community.
The Executive Director will be an innovative and strategic leader who can bring together multiple constituencies to achieve a common vision. The Executive Director will value frequent interaction and collaboration with the internal team and external community partnerships and will build rapport with a wide range of stakeholders. They will demonstrate accountability and adaptability to various situations and be comfortable with change. As an inclusive leader, the Executive Director will be responsive to new ideas, opportunities, and innovation while effectively leveraging organizational, human, financial, and digital resources.