The Individual & Corporate Philanthropy Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Regional Giving at U.S.VETS National Office. This position is primarily responsible for the management and implementation of an annual giving program centered on donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and gift renewal.
- Coordinates a comprehensive annual fund program designed to broaden U.S.VETS’ donor base and increase financial support for U.S.VETS’ sites and national operations.
- Manages a portfolio of national corporate and individual accounts with annual gift totals between $1000 and $5000.
- Leads all annual giving across the country including producing national and site-specific direct mail renewals and acquisition appeals.
- Works proactively with all U.S.VETS regional sites, supporting the development of site-specific donor mailings.
- Conducts proactive personal outreach to current, lapsed and prospective donors; identifies and engages new individual and corporate prospects.
- Participates in weekly update calls with site Development & Communications Managers and Executive Directors.
- Coordinates U.S.VETS’ annual gift societies, including tracking donor acquisition and renewals, assisting with stewardship activities.
- Participates in developing annual fundraising goals, objectives, strategies and schedules for the sites; works with site development staff to support prospect solicitation.
- Develops corporate engagement program targeting local businesses, including collateral and recognition program development and execution.
- Analyzes data regarding annual giving programs and past giving trends to provide analyses of program results and to plan for future segmentation.
- Implements plans to increase the percentage of donors who take advantage of corporate matching gift programs.
- Maintains effective communication with other members of the fundraising team to maximize fundraising opportunities.
- Maintains relevant information on prospects and donors including deadlines, contact information, next and last steps and relevant details in U.S.VETS’ constituent management system.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Three to five years of relevant experience in nonprofit fundraising, annual fund, business development, membership or alumni management.
- Demonstrated success in soliciting and acquiring gifts and managing philanthropic partnerships in a non-profit setting.
- Excellent project management, customer service, interpersonal, writing, and presentation skills.
- Ability to manage multiple priorities, work in a deadline driven environment and manage complex projects while maintaining attention to detail.
- Comfort working independently and as a team.
- Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office and fundraising management software.
- Demonstrated proficiency with numbers and financial information and the ability to create reports and spreadsheets using information from the database.
- High levels of integrity, trustworthiness, flexibility, compassion, and humor are necessary to address the practicalities of a growing development program, along with the creativity and persistence required to elicit new thinking and change.
United States Veterans Initiative is a non-profit organization whose mission is the successful transition of military veterans and their families through the provision of housing, counseling, career development and comprehensive support.
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Benefits include Paid Vacation, Sick Time, Paid Holidays, Medical, Dental, Vision and Company matching 401K
Minimum Education Required
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