Assistant Director of Development, All Stars Project of the San Francisco Bay Area
- Job posted by Aspen Leadership Group
The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with All Stars Project of the San Francisco Bay Area in the search for an Assistant Director of Development.
The Assistant Director of Development will be a leader in the San Francisco Bay Area office of the All Stars Project, Inc. with a focus on building personal relationships with individual supporters and growing its corporate partnerships. The Assistant Director of Development will partner with the Executive Director to reach current ($725,000) and aspirational ($1M+) fundraising goals, sales direct the annual corporate benefit luncheon, and lead the Annual Fund. The Assistant Director of Development will personally conduct solicitations to grow the regional chapter of the President’s Committee and build corporate funding and involvement partnerships for the organization. The Assistant Director will create and execute a robust communications strategy directed to supporters, partners, and volunteers. This is an opportunity for leadership, management, and growth in the All Stars Project of the San Francisco Bay Area.
All Stars Project transforms the lives of youth and poor communities using the developmental power of performance in partnership with caring adults. Founded 37 years ago, All Stars Project has been ahead of the curve in creating all-access pathways to opportunity for youth who have been left out and isolated from the mainstream, designing high impact ways for individuals and corporations to give back, and in making use of powerful tools like improvisational performance, to envision and realize new possibilities. A national non-profit organization, All Stars is fast-paced, creative, entrepreneurial, results-oriented, and deeply heartfelt, engaging 20,000 under-represented youth and their families in out-of-the-box, free programs in six cities each year. All Stars raises $10 million nationally in private, non-governmental funding annually from more than 4,000 individual, corporate, and foundation supporters.
All Stars Project of San Francisco Bay Area began in Oakland in 2002 as a grass-roots performing and community-building affiliate, officially joining the All Stars organization in 2008. It moved to offices in San Francisco, expanded its programming to create a unique and dynamic partnership between youth from Bay Area poor neighborhoods and a cross section of the business community. The partnership involves more than 250 youth, corporate professionals, and firms annually and is now further scaling. It plays a key role in the All Stars’ thought leadership and digital startup initiatives, partnering with the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality and Tech and Poverty Lab.
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required for this position as is six years of professional experience with at least three years of development experience strongly preferred. All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter and résumé.
Minimum Education Required