The Program for Torture Victims (PTV) assists the courageous immigrant survivors of torture, persecution or other human rights abuse who have stood up for freedom, equality and human dignity. Since 1980, PTV has helped new U.S. refugees, seeking asylum from over 70 countries, heal their physical and psychological wounds, and start a second life here in California. The first human rights health organization of its kind in the country, PTV pioneered comprehensive medical, psychological and social services that empower refugees to heal, become self-sufficient, and work toward recreating a purposeful life in California. PTV has offices in Los Angeles and Santa Ana.
PTV has a full-time opportunity for a passionate and seasoned nonprofit development professional to lead, coordinate and grow a successful comprehensive fundraising program. The Director of Development will oversee all private-sector fundraising and communications planning and efforts including foundation and business grant proposals, major gift prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship, donor recognition, direct mail, special events, planned giving, and internet-based fundraising. Major responsibilities include identifying, cultivating, asking and stewarding institutional and individual donors, writing grant proposals, elevating PTV’s visibility and brand, and managing events. PTV currently raises about $450K from the private sector with a strategic plan to significantly increase individual support through major gifts and bequests during the next decade. PTV has an experienced Executive Director, an active fundraising board, and engaged staff and volunteers to help the new Development Director take the organization to the next level.
Salary range is $70-95K DOE. Benefits package includes generous vacation, health, dental, and parking
In an effort to bring greater diversity and cultural capacity to our workforce, PTV encourages people of color, LGBT individuals, and pan-cultural or multi-lingual candidates to apply. PTV does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.
The Program for Torture Victims (PTV) assists the courageous immigrant survivors of torture, persecution or other human rights abuse who have stood up for freedom, equality and human dignity. Since 1980, PTV has helped new U.S. refugees, seeking…
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To be considered complete, applications must include a cover letter describing your interest in the position, specific qualifications that match the above requirements and…