Executive Director, Philadelphia Chapter, Back On My Feet

Posted by on May 24, 2010

Executive Director, Philadelphia Chapter, Back On My Feet

• Conduct primary fundraising for the chapter
1. Design, implement and manage all existing and new fundraising campaigns and events, including Sneaker Day, BOMF’s Birthday, the Bash, 20in24 and FundRacing, etc.
2. Manage all strategies and activities for donor cultivation, solicitation, and relations.
3. Help create and execute a strategy for a large sustained base of annual individual donors.
4. Work with BOMF’s grant writer to help identify potential foundation support
• Manage the staff to ensure the responsibilities of each individual are being met.
1. The ED will directly manage the Program Director and Director of Corporate Communications and Special Events.
• Provide leadership in developing program, organizational and financial plans with the BOMF management team and staff.
• Develop plans to grow the organization financially and programmatically.
• Be the public face of the organization for the chapter, which may include media appearances.
• Work with the Director of Media and Social Marketing to be actively promoting the organization via social marketing, media, the website, etc.
• Work with the Board of Directors/Advisory Board to help accomplish goals of the organization
1. Work with the Development Committee of the advisory board to develop strategies to initiate and meet aggressive fundraising goals.
2. Develop and execute fundraising training for advisory board and other leadership volunteers.
3. Assume responsibility for all development reports to the Board and BOMF management team, and attend all Board meetings.
4. Assist the Board with recommending and researching potential new members.

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