Fund Development Manager
Agriculture in the Classroom Sask. Inc.
8d ago
source : SaskJobs

We are seeking a motivated, creative individual to lead our fund development activities to support the growth of our organization.

Primary Responsibilities :

Developing and implementing a comprehensive annual fund development plan with strategies and targets for donors and prospects

Develop AITC-SKs prospect pipeline and assist the Executive Director in identifying, discovering, cultivating, soliciting, on-

boarding and stewarding prospects / donors

Develop funding proposals for charitable foundations, corporate charitable funds, community investment, and other similar funds

Support the dev. and maint. of our prospecting collateral (pitch decks, one-pager program summaries; etc.) to ensure all documents are compelling, consistent with brand guidelines

Provide guidance and support for organizational communications strategy and implementation

Implement funder engagement, acknowledgement and recognition activities and measures

Work closely with the Executive Director and Communications Coordinator to ensure our partners have a fantastic giving experience and all funding deliverables are met

Keep up-to-date on current fundraising programs

Create and maintain tools to monitor and evaluate all fund development activities

Develop, implement and sustain internal policies and procedures for gift acceptance and processing

Educational and Experience Requirements :

Degree or diploma in Business, Communications, Non-Profit Fundraising, or another related field

Experience managing grants, sponsorships, planned giving or corporate community investment programs

Excellent, editing and presentation skills

Strong understanding of private philanthropy as it relates to charitable organizations

Proven stakeholder management and relationship building skills

Excellent organization and time-management skills

Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of products

CFRE certification is an asset

Interested in agriculture and food

Strong network connections considered an asset

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