Manager of Development

Jenkintown 19046, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

The Manager of Development creates and oversees the implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising, which may include major gifts, corporate donations, grant solicitations, and corporate solicitation for special events.
This is a Part-Time position without benefits.


Primary Responsibilities:

  • In conjunction with the Executive Director and Chair of Development create a fund development plan which increases revenue to support the strategic direction of the organization
  • Monitor and evaluate all fundraising activities to ensure that the fundraising goals are being achieved.
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive major gift fundraising program
  • Prepare and submit grant applications to appropriate funding sources.
  • Oversee the administration of the donor database and donor mail lists.
  • Identify and develop corporate, community, and individual prospects for the organization’s fundraising priorities.
  • Cultivate and maintain donor relationships in conjunction with the ED



Qualifications and Skills:

  • BA (required); MA (plus)
  • Minimum of 2 plus years in development or related field
  • Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills
  • Working knowledge of Salesforce Nonprofit


To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to [email protected]

Contact: Executive Director Mary Ellen Fitzgerald

Phone: 215-277-1006

Fax: 888-852-6190

E-Mail: [email protected]


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Sustainable vs Viable Nonprofits

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 16 March 2018, 8:20 am

There is little doubt in my mind that the greatest challenge facing every nonprofit is not whether it is sustainable, but if it is viable.  Many nonprofits that aren’t viable have proven their ability to be sustainable—defined as the ability to be maintained at a certain level. Sustainability makes no judgment as to the quality of the level at which the organization is maintained, simply that the level is maintained, month after month, year after year.  Thus, we can easily describe an organization that regularly operates month-to-month, hoping each month it will still be able to make payroll, and then.

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