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Director of Philanthropy (Part Time)
PART TIME 3 DAYS PER WEEK - 24 HOURS A WEEK
Collington, A Kendal Affiliate (www.collington.kendal.org) is a premier full-service not-for-profit continuing care retirement community (CCRC) located in Mitchellville Maryland. Collington offers superior care and service to its residents in 361 independent living homes and apartments, 65 assisted living apartments, and a 44-skilled nursing bed health center. Located on a beautiful 125-acre campus, Collington is known for its peaceful campus featuring native trees, rolling lawns, a six-acre lake, walking trails and exquisite gardens.
Collington is currently in search of candidates for the position of Director of Philanthropy. This position leads all aspects for developing, implementing, and advancing an effective philanthropy program to include annual fund, major gifts, capital campaign, planned giving and grant procurement. Coordinates and leads external relations efforts for Collington to include community relationship building and serving as an advocate and ally on Collington’s behalf internally and externally. Works collaboratively with all stakeholders including Foundation Board of Directors, Leadership Team Members, Collington Residents, Kendal Director for Philanthropy and Community Leaders and Organizations of the Greater Washington DC Metro Area and beyond.
Develop and advance deep and meaningful relationships with all donors and prospects, inclusive of all Collington residents and Board Members (Foundation and Corporate), and external stakeholders utilizing all available means of communication including face to face meetings, print materials, web presence, special events, media, etc. that enable annual philanthropic goals to be met.
Lead all aspects for developing, implementing and advancing an effective philanthropy program including ongoing annual and planned giving programs, capital campaign activities and grant procurement inclusive of setting and achieving agreed upon goals in each area determined in collaboration with the CEO and Foundation Board of Directors.
Support the Foundation Board, its Committees and President in executing all functions of the Foundation.
Organize and supervise the record keeping, gift income reporting, solicitations and timetable, gift acknowledging and receipting maximizing utilization of resources including DonorPerfect software.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCEBachelor's degree required with a minimum of five years business or not-for-profit fund-raising experience working in a similar capacity within a not-for-profit environment; or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Direct experience with leading successful capital campaigns a plus. A working knowledge of all applicable federal, state, and local laws affecting the fund-raising function. Proficient with fund-raising software. In addition, must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, Databases).