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Nonprofit Remote Digest - Issue #780

Nonprofit Remote Digest
Nonprofit Remote Digest - Issue #780
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The Kids & Art Foundation uses the power of the arts and creativity to mitigate stress, anxiety, and trauma induced from diagnosis and treatment of pediatric cancer and other critical medical conditions.

Kids & Art Foundation
Development Coordinator
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Donor Meetings & Cultivation Events
  • Cultivate and manage Peer-to-Peer campaigns and develop corporate teams and general fundraising events
  • Interface with high-level scientists/chief executives, artists, and other community leaders on logistics related to their appearances at donor cultivation events
  • Partner with the development team to write some of the needed communications for cultivation events (briefs, speaker talking points, and calls to action, social media posts, etc)
  • Organize logistics related to donor cultivation events held throughout the year, including invitation lists and invitations, venues, RSVP tracking, catering, nametags, etc.
  • Manage the project management timelines for events to ensure all deadlines are met
Community Engagement/Outreach
  • Organize logistics related to Community Engagement/Outreach events held throughout the year, including invitation lists and invitations, venues, RSVP tracking, catering, nametags, data entry, etc.
  • Interface with vendors on logistics
  • Work with cross-functional team members to highlight what creative materials are needed for the outreach effort 
Donor and Corporate Research
  • Build strong research profiles on donors – both short thumbnails and extensive research, depending on the need
  • Support the Executive Director, and Development team with projects related to major giving prospects and other special projects as assigned
  • Maintain an updated list used for corporate development efforts and ensure correct tracking techniques are in place
  • Become a key source of donor information for staff and the executive team
  • Develop donor reports as needed for team members
CRM
  • Maintain excellent account records on board and leadership giving donors including development activity and gift opportunity tracking. Record key account activity on behalf of the Executive Director as needed
  • Prepare donor data analysis for quarterly Board meetings, and as needed throughout the year
  • Pull reports or work with Grant Writer and Operations Manager to build reports, as requested
  • Help teach the intricacies of the CRM and coach other team members on best practices for improved CRM use 
Board of Directors
  • Support the Executive Director with logistics, meeting materials, and Board of Director communications including quarterly meetings, annual meetings, board retreats and new board member orientation
  • Coordinate Board Meetings outside of standard office hours
  • Maintain an accurate record of Board Member giving and solicited donations
  • Serve as a point of contact for Board Members
  • Issue and compile results on the annual board survey
Operations Support
  • Attend weekly Development meetings and other organizational meetings
  • Work closely with the Development team and respond to donation thank yous as required 
  • Update Revenue Log and Stewardship Report weekly and send to the team
  • Send donor acknowledgment letters and handwritten notes weekly
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Education in the social sector and/or relevant nonprofit Development training 
  • Experience with planning cultivation receptions and dinners for high-level donors is a plus
  • 2+ years of office/administrative experience required
  • Experience preparing presentations, reports, and business correspondence
  • Excellent organizational skills, as well as excellent written and oral communication skills, required
  • Proficiency with Google Suite, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint, Zoom, and CRM is required
  • Highest personal, professional, and ethical standards
  • Has the ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced, mission-driven environment
  • Team player that has the ability to interface with all levels of staff and volunteers
  • Ability to work independently, collaborate, and demonstrate sound judgment
Compensation
The position is full-time with flexible hours and a high degree of autonomy and growth. The annual salary is $41K - $52K based on prior development experience and remote geography, with 10 paid holidays. $500 education/training allowance or paid towards their personal insurance. Kids & Art offers 401k through CalSavers. Qualified Candidates desiring less than full-time work at a prorated salary may be considered. 
How to Apply
Additional Information
Resumes without cover letters will not be considered
The position is remote. The expectation is that staff will be available for in-person meetings and other in-person gatherings as required and when safe to do so. Occasional evening and weekend work required. 
To protect the health and safety of our employees, all employees are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and have a COVID-19 booster shot regardless of location or position. This includes those with remote status. Kids & Art Foundation supports a diverse and inclusive workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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