17 people are interested
17 people are interested
Reporting directly to the Board of Directors
The Development Associate will perform the functions by assisting with all revenue-generating fundraising and development activities and programs for the organization. Duties may include, but not limited to: updating the website and social media with fundraising news and activities, being the coordinator and liaison for fundraising events, and managing donor database. The selected individual will have an immediate impact on the organization’s fundraising and development activities.
Position Overview In collaboration with the Fundraising Committee and Board of Directors, the Development Assistant will:
Assist with the implementation of fundraising goals and strategies for the Center.
Manage outreach programs for individual giving and maintain contact with donors through distribution of email marketing and social media platforms.
Collaborate with Comms to distribute bi-monthly fundraising newsletters under the guidance of the BOD. Maintain database of all donors, prospects, volunteers, and grant funders.
Prepare gift acknowledgement letters and other correspondences.
Assist with preparing monthly reports for fundraising activities.
Edit and proofread communications for fundraising social media activities, solicitation letters, and other pieces as needed.
Manage the Center’s donor database.
Work closely with leadership and Comms to create promotional materials designed to enhance fundraising efforts, build relationships with donors, and generate visibility for the program.
Assist with annual fundraisers and special events.
Performs general office duties such as coordinating mailings, producing and distributing various materials, maintaining frequently used information and maintaining electronic and paper files.
Perform administrative and other duties as assigned that may not be within the scope of this position.
Bachelor’s degree preferred. One to three years of relevant fundraising experience, preferably in a nonprofit environment. Comprehensive understanding of database management
Experience in developing solid working relationships with senior leadership , external constituents, and donors.
About Young Mothers, Inc.
2001 L Street N.W., Suite 500, Washington DC 20036, DC 20036, US
Educating, mentoring, nurturing and supporting young mothers to become self-sufficient for themselves and their families.
We are a local nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of women across the National Capital Region surviving a number of serious issues and concerns from housing and food insecurities to mental health concerns.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
October 17, 2021
- Marketing Strategy & Planning
- Financial Planning
- Event Planning / Management
- Donor Management
- atleast 1 year with 3-4 hours a week