Director of Development: The Fund for Women & Girls

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Director of Development Job Description

The Fund for Women and Girls leads and unites the community through philanthropy and advocacy to ensure that women and girls have opportunities and resources to thrive in Chester County, PA. Since 1996, we have supported women and girls through fundraising, grantmaking, and educational opportunities. Since our inception, we have awarded more than $4 million in grants to 86 nonprofit organizations addressing critical needs.

To contribute to the mission, the Director of Development plans and executes the implementation of a strategic and comprehensive approach to fundraising, which includes but is not limited to: major and individual gifts, corporate contributions, grant writing and events. Working with all constituencies within The Fund, including staff, board, volunteers and donors, this position works closely with the Executive Director and Development Committee Chair to increase the organization’s financial and organizational growth. Respect, knowledge, and passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion are also important, as we are an organization that champions these initiatives and embeds DEI into our everyday practices.

This is a full-time flexible position requiring a regular presence throughout Chester County. This staff member will be in our West Chester office a minimum of two days each week, attending in-person stakeholder meetings, events, and activities throughout Chester County as needed, and participating in occasional evening and weekend hours for advance-scheduled special events and board meetings.

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Communications Manager: Rebuilding Together Philadelphia

JOB TYPE: Full Time
SALARY: $58,000
ADDRESS: 4355 Orchard Street, 2R, Phila. PA 19124 (moving to 3001 Stokley, Phila. PA 19129 in early 2023)

ABOUT REBUILDING TOGETHER PHILADELPHIA: Founded in 1988, Rebuilding Together Philadelphia (RTP) is a nonprofit organization that revitalizes communities by transforming vulnerable, owner-occupied houses into safe, healthy and energy-efficient homes. RTP provides free critical home repairs, aging-in-place modifications, and workforce training. Every year, RTP repairs 125 homes with over 1,000 volunteers through our Block Build program, Asthma Trigger Reduction Program and Middle Neighborhoods Initiative.

Rebuilding Together Philadelphia embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team with a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. Please see RTP’s Diversity and Inclusion Statement and our Pronoun Statement.

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