Corporate Product Manager

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $60,000
Maximum: $65,000




306 W. 37th Street
8th Floor
New York
United States



Founded by Jessica Seinfeld in 2001, GOOD+ Foundation is a nonprofit organization that addresses multi-generational poverty by leveraging the power of “goods” paired with transformational services to help low-income families and fathers move toward financial stability. The Foundation has a team of over 15 full-time staff with an annual operating budget of approximately $3 million in cash and $7M in product. The organization’s main office is in the Garment District of NYC, with a smaller office in Culver City, CA. 


GOOD+ Foundation is currently seeking a Corporate Product Manager who will report directly to the VP of National Programs and Operations and work closely with the bi-coastal Development team, including the AVP, Marketing and Development. This detail-oriented and resourceful individual will develop and execute an annual plan to meet the projected product needs of the organization’s 125+ national social service partners, while cultivating and sustaining relationships with current and potential new donors. This position is critical to the Foundation’s mission and a key function of the development team.


·       Develops a well-orchestrated plan to meet the organization’s annual product needs based on program forecasts and projections.

·       Researches and identifies new potential corporate product donor targets, develops key appeals and builds relationships.

·       Sustains and builds relationships with organization’s ongoing corporate product donors to boost giving and support.

·       Closely monitors and tracks progress of donor outreach, such as inventory availability, donation probability and timing, expectations, next steps, etc.  

·       Keeps updated records of corporate product donors, including primary and secondary contacts, addresses, giving history, etc.

·       Works closely with Director of Operations & Donations (based in NYC) to confirm receipt of donations and report to corporate donors accordingly.

·       Works collaboratively with Corporate & Individual Giving Director to pro-actively and creatively leverage GOOD+ annual events, program partnerships and seasonal opportunities as tools to secure product.

·       Tracks corporate product donor partnership benefits and works closely with development and program teams to satisfy partnership obligations, reporting progress and updates to donors.

·       Reports ongoing progress, milestones and achievements to key corporate product donors to maintain relationship and move up pipeline.

·       Works with Marketing & Development Coordinator to capture impact stories, photos and thank you notes, create wrap reports and packages, and develop innovative and impactful cultivation strategies to secure and maintain commitments.

·       Works with AVP, Marketing and Development and to build engagement and communications plan for Corporate Advisory Council (CAC).

·       Acts as primary liason and contact to CAC, managing day-to-day communications; reporting on GOOD+ needs, achievements and directional changes; and creating assets that support them in their outreach efforts.

·       Researches landscape to assess new opportunities for securing product (store closings, liquidations, mergers, product line transitions, etc.) and identifies new and relevant products that might be a fit for GOOD+ progams.

·       Identifies and attends appropriate tradeshows for networking purposes. 


·       Bachelor’s degree required


·       Exceptional organizational skills, attention to detail, and follow-through on deadlines.

·       Minimum of two years of relevant experience, particularly working in securing in-kind donations/product or making strategic donations of in-kind product through corporations.

·       Strong entrepreneurial spirit

·       Must possess a strong work ethic, and be a self-motivated, enthusiastic team player. Ability to think creatively and juggle multiple tasks. 

·       Excellent interpersonal and communications skills are essential, both written and verbal.

·       Relationships with children's product brands, a plus.

·       Experience with Keynote, a plus.

SCHEDULE: Monday- Friday 9:00am- 5:00pm. Available to work nights and weekends, as needed. 


Full medical benefits, including dental and vision. Paid vacation, personal, & sick leave. TransitCheck benefit. Eligible for 403(b) retirement plan. 

Level of Language Proficiency


Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Interested applicants should email his/her resume, cover letter and references to Looking to fill role immediately.