Board of Directors - Fundraising and Development
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* This position is completely remote.
Fundraising and Development Director
Role Description :
The Board Member who serves as the Director of Fundraising and Development will be primarily responsible for achieving annual fundraising goals as developed in collaboration with, and approved by, the Board of Directors.
- Formulate and execute the strategic and actionable step by step plans to secure annual commitments and multi-year strategic partnerships to meet the organization’s revenue requirements.
- Solidify, expand, and diversify donor base and network of supporters to secure ongoing funding from corporate, foundation and individual donors through direct solicitation, grant requests, and other vehicles as appropriate.
- Co-develop communications that support the goals of existing fundraisers with programming and communications staff.
- Design and execute fundraising campaigns (through online programs, in person events, annual appeals, giving Tuesday, and/or other creative strategies).
- Oversee and manage stewardship activities with donors; meet all compliance requirements (grant, partnership, etc.) through timely, accurate and regular reporting (both narrative and financial).
- Manage and oversee donor database, donor mailing lists, online giving vehicles
- Track and analyze monthly contributions report to assure budget adherence; work with Executive Director, Programming Director, and Treasurer to develop and manage annual budget.
- Grant writing experience
- Fundraising experience
- Strong written and verbal communication
- Able to work independently and on a team
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About Boston International Turner Syndrome Summit
PO BOX 135, MANSFIELD, MA 02048, US
Bringing young women with Turner syndrome together for fun, enriching experiences that foster independence and community.
The Boston International Turner Syndrome Summit (BITSS) is a non-profit organization that was founded to create a fulfilling, safe, and fun summer experience for young women with Turner syndrome between the ages of 12 and 19. Our goal is to help our attendees forge new memories, friendships, and skills with other teens with TS from around the globe.
BITSS is committed to creating an environment that promotes independence and community. We are dedicated to making our summit an enriching place for our attendees, as well as taking measures to keep parents informed while their daughters are away.
BITSS hopes to start an international community to augment national and regional organizations. We provide an opportunity to meet other young women with TS from different backgrounds, countries, and continents.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
January 2, 2022
- Donor Management
- approximately 1-2 hours a week
- See description above.