Annual Fund Officer, Pendle Hill – Jul 20
Posted by Pendle Hill on July 12, 2022
PENDLE HILL is a Quaker study, retreat, and conference center that seeks to create peace with justice in the world by transforming lives through learning opportunities, retreat, and community created on our beautiful 24-acre campus in unceded Lenni-Lenape territory and in virtual settings. At Pendle Hill we commit to being a living testimony to a social order that manifests God’s love for everyone. We work to be inclusive, respectful, and supportive of all people. We strive courageously for peace and justice.
This is a highly collaborative staff community featuring responsive leadership and partial work-from-home arrangements for office-based employees. Community-building among staff is highly prized with monthly fun activities as part of staff meeting and two longer staff retreat days a year for fun, growth, and connection among all staff. The monthly community work morning provides variety with the opportunity to lend a hand on another team’s project or lead one for staff in your own work area. Learn more about Pendle Hill.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Annual Fund Officer will lead the planning and implementation of Pendle Hill’s Annual Fund, with the goal of achieving long-term growth through a focus on donor acquisition and retention, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. They will set and achieve goals for growth of the Annual Fund and donor base, review results, working in coordination with other staff and volunteers, including the Pendle Hill board, to achieve these goals.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Annual Fund Officer is directly responsible for the preparation and management of all appeals and other direct-mail fundraising efforts, as well as donor communication programs. The Annual Fund Officer works closely with the Advancement Associate to ensure accurate and detailed records in our constituent database, Raiser’s Edge. The Annual Fund Officer will also help plan and implement special donor cultivation and stewardship events on and off campus.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, with priority given to those that arrive on or before July 20th. The anticipated start date is August 2022.
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