Second Harvest is currently seeking a Vice President, Philanthropy and Communications, responsible for the creation, leadership, and implementation of all development programs and the communications efforts to support all revenue generating programs in support of Second Harvest. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, and overseeing a team of 18, the Vice President, Philanthropy and Communications, will drive the revenue generating efforts, encompassing aspirational and annual performance goals for all development programs including communications, brand strategy and marketing execution for Second Harvest.
Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation is currently seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic fundraising professional to join the team as the Development Officer, Annual Giving.
Reporting to the Associate Director, Development and working in close partnership with the entire Development team, the Development Officer, Annual Giving will manage the annual individual giving programs including direct mail, online, monthly, in-tribute and in-memoriam. The Development Officer, Annual Giving will identify, cultivate and steward a portfolio of prospects and donors with the capacity for gifts up to $4,999 to the Foundation.
Currently, Pickering College is seeking a new Development Manager, Major Gifts to enhance and grow the fundraising program and bring the school to new levels of philanthropic accomplishment. Reporting to the Executive Director, Development, the Development Manager will bring the Pickering College vision to key alumni, parents, grandparents and friends, with the goal of building meaningful relationships and securing immediate and long-term philanthropic support.
Distress Centres of Greater Toronto is seeking an Executive Director to lead the strategy, team, and operations of our multi-site agency. Reporting to the Board of our newly-merged entity, the Executive Director will work closely with our dedicated and passionate volunteer leaders and staff members to push forward on key strategic objectives.
Algonquin College is seeking a seasoned advancement leader to join our team in the newly created position of Vice President, Advancement. The incumbent will lead the planning and implementation of a comprehensive fundraising plan that strategically and operationally supports the current priorities of the College. This will include a meaningful alumni engagement program with the goal of creating lifelong connections that help advance the mission and vision of Algonquin College.
The Senior Development Officer plays a critical role on the University Advancement team in the achievement of the principle objective of ensuring McMaster University’s current and future financial viability through the management of a program for the identification, cultivation and solicitation of potential donors and sustaining relationships with alumni, individual and corporate donors and community partners. The Senior Development Officer is responsible for securing significant and ongoing financial support for McMaster and consistently enhancing the pool of future donors to ensure growth in both the traditional and non-traditional revenue received annually by the University. As a key member of the University Advancement team, this position is responsible for making a positive commitment to University Advancement's mission, vision, values, and principles: Integrity, Quality, Respect, Service, Strategy and Teamwork. Due to the nature of this position, some evening and weekend work as well as travel is required.
Mackenzie Health Foundation is seeking an outstanding leader, collaborator, and relationship-builder to serve in the role of President & CEO. Reporting jointly to the President & CEO of Mackenzie Health, and the Board of the Foundation, the President & CEO will partner closely with the Mackenzie Health Senior Leadership Team, Foundation Board and staff, and the Campaign Cabinet to ensure successful completion of our landmark $250 million campaign for the new Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, and transition to elevated and sustainable post-campaign fundraising.
Reporting to the Associate Vice-President, Advancement (AVP), the Director, Alumni and Annual Giving will be the senior advisor to the AVP on all aspects of alumni engagement, programming, affinity partnerships, annual giving and the University of Guelph Alumni Association (UGAA). The candidate will manage relationships with the President and other senior University executives, senior fundraising and alumni volunteers, business, community and political leaders, entrepreneurs and alumni serving in high-level positions with a goal of engaging them in outreach and fundraising activities.
Reporting to the Associate Vice-President (Advancement), the Director, Engagement Services will advise the AVP on strategy, best practices and resource development, and act on behalf of the team by serving as a senior representative on task forces and pan-University committees. You will provide inspired leadership and strategic direction for the overall Engagement Services unit comprised of communications, marketing, digital engagement, events, donor relations, and annual, major, principal and planned gift stewardship.
Reporting to the CEO and working collaboratively with the senior leadership team and board, the Chief Development Officer (CDO) is a key member of a transformational, integrated, growth focused senior leadership team that directly impacts organizational success by developing, leading and optimizing multi-channel, integrated fundraising strategies to diversify funding streams, implement structures and tactics that maximize donor value and enhance donor experience, and position the organization as a charity of choice.