Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County (CA) (HFHVC) seeks to bring people together to build simple, decent homes in partnership with those in need. HFHVC has built 60 new homes and renovated or repaired over 350 more over the past 33 years.
HFHVC is expanding its programs with increased construction of new homes while also providing critical repairs to low-income homeowners. To fulfill our mission, we require a team member to focus on resource development, improve and build community support, and lead staff and board members in development activities.
Primary Responsibilities of this position include:
o Lead the resource development strategy, meeting goals and objectives of the organization
o Create a resource calendar and lead planning for community and donor meetings.
o Lead the Fund Development Committee.
o Manage the HFHVC donor database. Lead and track all donor communication and activities. Ensure proper and timely follow-up and recognition of donors and sponsors.
o Lead strategies and communication for corporate sponsorships and other major donors.
o Lead the identification of grant opportunities, grant writing process and all follow up activities.
o Build and develop relationships with corporate, faith-based and community organizations which support the resource needs of HFHVC.
o Guide staff, the Board of Directors and Fund Development Committee with information and tasks to further the resource development needs of HFHVC.
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Full time/work-from-home position, with in-person client and team meetings/events, 30-40 hours/week
VISIONALITY partners with organizations to transform VISION into REALITY – we are in the business of changing the world, starting with our local community. Our areas of focus are management of nonprofit organizations, corporate and community event planning, and project management. Some of our current clients include the Ventura County Civic Alliance, the Ventura County Leadership Academy, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and the Ventura County Transportation Commission. We are innovative, resourceful, and enthusiastic. We work hard and have a lot of fun!
Your primary responsibility as Project Manager is to solve peoples’ problems. You’re an eager, practical self-starter with strong writing and critical thinking skills and a knack for getting the job done. You’re a highly organized, internet-savvy taskmaster. You can thrive in a mostly virtual environment, love working under minimal supervision, and have a passion for making a difference in our community.
STRATEGIC PLANNING: thinking creatively about how to solve problems for clients
PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: learning and implementing programs on behalf of our nonprofit clients
EVENTS: planning, working with vendors, supervising registration, creating emails to attendees, managing speakers, overseeing staffing, coordinating volunteers
MANAGING CLIENT MEETINGS: calendar invites, drafting agendas and meeting notes, attending meetings, documenting meeting outcomes and to-do items, following up with committee and team members with expectations and deliverables
RELATIONSHIP BUILDING: cultivating strategic relationships and alliances on behalf of both clients and VISIONALITY
Women's Economic Ventures (WEV), a non-profit organization dedicated to creating an equitable and just society through the economic empowerment of women, seeks to hire a non-exempt full-time (40 hours/week) Development Coordinator to work in WEV’s Ventura office. WEV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Primary responsibilities include planning, implementation and follow-up for fundraising events, strengthen the Development teams’ donor cultivation efforts through event support and relationship building, maintains a presence at community events and works towards building and strengthening strategic community relationships.
For more details, please visit the full job positing at http://wevonline.org/jobs.