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Denver Nonprofit Human-Animal Bond Trust seeks Volunteer Development Director

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ORGANIZATION: THE HUMAN-ANIMAL BOND TRUST

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Responsibilities:

  • Attend quarterly board meetings, and maintain communication with the board outside of meetings regarding development and fundraising
  • Help with social media and other marketing efforts
  • Donor recruitment & relations:
    • ■ Donation requests and thank-you letters
    • ■ Identify and contact both possible and past donors
    • ■ Create overall campaign strategy (number, timing, delivery methods)
    • ■ Create campaigns through social media, email, and website, as well as an annual mailing
    • ■ Utilize Bloomerang donor-tracking software
  • Sponsor recruitment & relations for 2 annual Fundraising Events (ForePaws! Disc Golf Tournament and Pets & Pearls Gala):
    • ■ Set sponsorship levels with corresponding benefits
    • ■ Create sponsor letter and brochure
    • ■ Identify, contact and cultivate both possible and previous sponsors (email/ phone calls)
    • ■ Work with individual board members on their sponsor prospects, if needed, including handoff for follow-up
    • ■ Negotiate with sponsors for in-kind donations
    • ■ Get web and print corporate logos for inclusion in website, signage etc.
    • ■ Get event marketing materials to sponsors for distribution
    • ■ Thank sponsors
    • ■ Attend industry and social events to meet and socialize with previous, current, and possible sponsors
  • Grants
    • ■ Identify grants and work with board to apply for grants

More opportunities with THE HUMAN-ANIMAL BOND TRUST

No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.

About THE HUMAN-ANIMAL BOND TRUST

Location:

8452 EVERETT WAY UNIT A, ARVADA, CO 80005, US

Mission Statement

Celebrating the unique bond between animals of all species, ages & lifestyles and their human families.

Description

The Human-Animal Bond Trust (HABT) is a Denver area nonprofit that was founded in 1988 by veterinarians and grief counselors, with a mission to serve the community; most importantly by holding the Nation's longest running, weekly "Pet Loss Support Group" facilitated by compassionate, licensed therapists. The Pet Loss Support Group is a safe and supportive environment where individuals can come to process the grief occurring from the loss or anticipated loss of a beloved animal companion, free of charge, every Thursday night. Our other primary mission is the education of the general public (adults and children), and the veterinary community, on topics such as grief, euthanasias, compassion fatigue, and self-care.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Community
Crisis Support
Animals, Community, Crisis Support

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Anywhere in DenverDenver, CO 80005

(39.85499,-105.13174)
 

SKILLS

  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach
  • Resource Development / Management

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 21
  • 5-10hrs/month

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