Development- Grants and Donor Engagement Professional
DOUGHMAIN FINANCIAL LITERACY FOUNDATION INCORPORATED
DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation is looking for a skilled Development Professional to establish and lead our Development, Donor Engagement, Grantwriting and Fundraising operations as well as manage a team of interns/volunteers.
DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation is quickly growing into a leader in personal finance education programs for schools and communities. We have begun working with a professional development consultant in order to assist the organization in raising the necessary funds to support growth. We anticipate this position becoming a paid position in the near future for a highly qualified candidate who has demonstrated the ability to be a highly effective development professional.
Specific duties include but are not limited to:
Working with the Executive Director and consultant team to execute a fundraising strategy for growth
Working with the Executive Director to create/update a database of potential grants and timelines for the writing process. (DMFLF presently uses SALSA/SALSA Engage but open to transition in a more efficient easily manageable system)
Assist with the establishment of an ongoing development strategy, focus, procedures etc.
Update existing grant writing/outreach assets
Create and Maintain Grants calendar
Review funder websites, printed application guidelines and determine mission alignments
Select and Manage development Interns and volunteers
Identify major donors and cultivate relationships
Identify and write grants
Any other such duties as required for development professional
About DOUGHMAIN FINANCIAL LITERACY FOUNDATION INCORPORATED
189 Wall Street, Suite B, Princeton, NJ 08540, US
The Mission of DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation (DMFLF) is to prepare today's students for a lifetime of financial responsibility through engaging financial literacy educational programs delivered at no cost to schools and homes. Our student centered, multi-sensory program and visionary approach promotes sustained learning and provides educators the opportunity to address the needs of the individual learner using relevant and relatable curricula. Our programs are offered at no cost.
The DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation was formally incorporated in New Jersey in 2012, and in 2013 was granted IRS tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) as a Public Charity. Apart from educators working on curriculum development, DMFLF has a predominantly volunteer staff. The DMFLF Board of Trustees consists of 11 active members. The organization’s principal offices are located in Princeton, New Jersey. Since its inception, the DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation has created and tested a curriculum that has become one of the most popular in the schools where it has been piloted. We are presently engaging schools and educators within the central New Jersey and Bucks County in Pennsylvania in hopes to fulfil our vision for as a "A Financially FIT America."