We are seeking an experienced Development Manager to manage and lead a comprehensive range of fundraising programs including major gifts, planned giving, annual giving, special events, and donor stewardship for one of the foremost family service agencies in North America, Jewish Family & Child. The majority of the role will focus on major gifts and spearheading the launch of our new planned giving program, and the Development Manager will be actively involved in strategically developing relationships and personally soliciting gifts.
The Huntington Society of Canada (HSC) is a nonprofit, charitable organization which raises funds to deliver individual and group counseling services to support individuals and families living with Huntington disease (HD) and to fund medical research to delay or stop the progression of the disease. HSC is currently seeking a Senior Manager, Development, to support successfully advancing the mission of the Huntington Society of Canada.
We are seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic fundraising professional to join Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation as the Senior Development Officer, Corporate Giving and Special Events.
For over 30 years, Hope Air has been providing free flights for Canadians who are in financial need and must travel for healthcare. We are now seeking a seasoned and collaborative fundraising and marketing professional to join our team in the role of Vice President, Development. This is an exciting opportunity to build on a base of steadily increasing revenues and expand our fundraising and marketing into new areas.
The University of Toronto is seeking an Executive Director, Principal Gifts to strategically lead the University’s portfolio of prospective and current principal gift donors (individuals capable of making gifts of $5 million or more). The incumbent will oversee the strategy for the identification and expansion of this prospective donor base, as well as strategies for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, with the objective of maximizing this form of support and increasing donor interest and satisfaction over time.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the only Museum in the world solely dedicated to the study and education of human rights. We are seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to lead fundraising activities for the Museum and Friends to further expand our fundraising activities nationally and internationally and to grow sponsorship partners.
The Alumni Development Officer, School of Accounting and Finance is responsible for the strategic integration of two primary advancement programs - development (fundraising) and alumni engagement with support from the Office of Advancement resources. The incumbent will work closely with internal university staff to plan, coordinate, manage, implement and evaluate strategic and successful integrated alumni and development programs and activities designed to foster and strengthen ongoing relationships between the School and its graduates for the purpose of meeting overall advancement and fundraising goals.
Leading a team of three staff, the Executive Director (ED) is accountable through the Chair of the Georgetown Hospital Foundation Board of Directors for strategic, operational and financial management leadership of the Foundation to advance philanthropic support. The ED will raise the profile of the Foundation and build awareness in the community to make GH the preferred destination for charitable giving while broadening and deepening relationships with current donors. The ED is responsible for building and maintaining effective relationships between the GHF and its internal stakeholders (including the Hospital’s Board of Directors, senior leadership, hospital staff, professional staff and volunteers), key external stakeholders (including prospects and donors) and the community at large.