Director of Philanthropy
This position calls for a fundraising expert with a demonstrated ability to raise $3 million in combined funding for the 501(c)3 and (c)4 organizations. The candidate must be a dynamic individual with exceptional leadership and staff management skills. This person should be comfortable building a stable and growing funding base of individuals, foundations, corporate supporters, and nonprofit partners through major gifts, membership, fundraising events, planned gifts, and grants. The Director of Philanthropy will define annual revenue goals for major donors and membership, work with the CEO and Board in achieving those fundraising goals, manage revenue and cash reporting, increase donor engagement, and steward long-term supporters.
In addition, the Director of Philanthropy will lead a strong Major Gifts program, developing strategic and targeted giving opportunities to inspire major donors towards increased giving in support of the CLCV mission, and working closely with the Development and Communications teams to acquire new members and build a robust major donor pipeline. The Director of Philanthropy will partner with the CEO, Political Director, Board, and Green Advisory Council to manage, cultivate, steward, and solicit an active portfolio of approximately 200 donors and prospective donors who give, or have the potential to give, $5,000 or more.
The Director of Philanthropy will supervise three fundraising and development operations staff based in Oakland and Los Angeles and will work closely with the CEO and other executive team members.