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Special Events Manager Children’s Hospital Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 that works to maximize philanthropic impact in children’s health at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. We are dedicated to raising and stewarding philanthropic resources that will enable CHoR to become a top, nationally ranked children’s hospital. With roots going back more than 100 years to the incorporation of Richmond’s original children’s hospital on Brook Road in 1920, we are proud to work with generous members of our community to drive excellence in patient care, education and research. Children’s Hospital Foundation is currently engaged in a $100 million capital campaign to fund construction of the Wonder Tower, CHoR’s new home for inpatient, emergency and trauma services. Set to open in spring of 2023, the new facility will complete an entire city block—one million square feet—dedicated to the care of children. The Special Events Manager is responsible for the acquisition, planning and implementation of special events which promote both internal and external interest, understanding and support for Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU. Responsibilities include designing and executing the organization’s overall events strategy, encompassing relevant activities across all donor segments. The Special Events Manager is primarily responsible for owned and third-party fundraising events and also works closely with members of the development, corporate fundraising and donor relations teams to support engagement, cultivation and stewardship events. Key responsibilities: • Develops a holistic events program directed to all appropriate audiences on behalf of the Foundation. • Directs activities pertaining to the development and implementation of special events. • Evaluates on a continual basis the effectiveness of the Foundation's special events, making adjustments to the event portfolio as needed to best support Foundation goals. • Develops and organizes annual owned, third-party and peer-to-peer fundraising events. • Provides strategy and logistics support to fundraising events conducted by the Foundation’s auxiliary boards. • Collaborates with other members of the team to identify and cultivate special event participants and move them along the donor pipeline. • Guides mass communication efforts directed to special event participants. • Works closely with the corporate fundraising team to solicit and secure event sponsorships. • Supports donor engagement, cultivation and stewardship events as needed. • Acts as a spokesperson with media outlets throughout the community in relation to special event announcements, sponsorships and promotions. • Serves as the manager for the Special Events Coordinator. Administrative & Office Support, Fund Development Aug 5, 2022
Reporting and Integration Manager Children’s Hospital Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 that works to maximize philanthropic impact in children’s health at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. We are dedicated to raising and stewarding philanthropic resources that will enable CHoR to become a top, nationally ranked children’s hospital. With roots going back more than 100 years to the incorporation of Richmond’s original children’s hospital on Brook Road in 1920, we are proud to work with generous members of our community to drive excellence in patient care, education and research. Children’s Hospital Foundation is currently engaged in a $100 million capital campaign to fund construction of the Wonder Tower, CHoR’s new home for inpatient, emergency and trauma services. Set to open in spring of 2023, the new facility will complete an entire city block—one million square feet—dedicated to the care of children. The Reporting and Integration Manager implements and maintains best practice solutions that guide and enhance fundraising programs, most specifically in the areas of system development, database management, data analytics, and data visualization. Under the direction of the Vice President of Advancement Services and Foundation Operations, and in collaboration with advancement staff, this position manages fundraising datasets in a Blackbaud environment, including Raiser’s Edge and ancillary systems (e.g. Luminate Online, Classy, and Omatic). This position works collaboratively with leadership and staff to guide their usage of the systems to enhance overall fundraising efforts. Key responsibilities: • Performs detailed analyses on fundraising data and creates robust reports and visualizations. • Summarizes data in user-friendly reports constructing tables, graphs, and providing statistical and qualitative analysis. • Develops and distributes reports on both a scheduled and ad hoc basis. • Generates mailing lists and data extracts for external vendors. • Collaborates with advancement services and fundraising staff to build a data warehouse and visualization solution that meets our needs and maximizes our fundraising efforts. • Identifies opportunities to improve data collection, report distribution and maintenance. • Performs regular data integrity auditing and analysis, making recommendations for streamlining processes and undertaking data clean-up projects, as appropriate. • Collaborate with advancement services staff to manage fundraising datasets in a Blackbaud environment, including Raiser’s Edge NXT with Insight Designer, and ancillary systems (e.g. Luminate Online, Classy, and Omatic). • Manages assigned projects efficiently and effectively, with strong adherence to requirements and deadlines. Technology Aug 5, 2022
Prospect Development Manager Children’s Hospital Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 that works to maximize philanthropic impact in children’s health at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. We are dedicated to raising and stewarding philanthropic resources that will enable CHoR to become a top, nationally ranked children’s hospital. With roots going back more than 100 years to the incorporation of Richmond’s original children’s hospital on Brook Road in 1920, we are proud to work with generous members of our community to drive excellence in patient care, education and research. Children’s Hospital Foundation is currently engaged in a $100 million capital campaign to fund construction of the Wonder Tower, CHoR’s new home for inpatient, emergency and trauma services. Set to open in spring of 2023, the new facility will complete an entire city block—one million square feet—dedicated to the care of children. The Prospect Development Manager oversees and performs all aspects of prospect development, including portfolio management, prospect research, data analysis, and proactively building the prospect pipeline. This newly created position is responsible for the creation of a standardized, best practices approach to prospect development. This position works collaboratively with key leadership and development staff to guide their usage of this system to enhance our overall fundraising efforts. Key responsibilities: • Collaborates with fundraising staff to build and maintain a prospect development system that meets our needs and maximizes our fundraising efforts. • Proactively identifies new prospects with capacity and inclination for inclusion and fundraiser portfolios. • Utilizes prospect management tools and practices to partner with fundraisers on prospect strategy and portfolio structure. • Conducts public information research activities, using multiple search techniques and resources, to enhance our knowledge and understanding of prospects. • Ensures accurate and complete prospect data in the database of record. • Supports the creation and implementation of a grateful family fundraising strategy. • Manages assigned projects efficiently and effectively, with strong adherence to requirements and deadlines. Fund Development Aug 5, 2022
Director of Development Children’s Hospital Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 that works to maximize philanthropic impact in children’s health at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. We are dedicated to raising and stewarding philanthropic resources that will enable CHoR to become a top, nationally ranked children’s hospital. With roots going back more than 100 years to the incorporation of Richmond’s original children’s hospital on Brook Road in 1920, we are proud to work with generous members of our community to drive excellence in patient care, education and research. Children’s Hospital Foundation is currently engaged in a $100 million capital campaign to fund construction of the Wonder Tower, CHoR’s new home for inpatient, emergency and trauma services. Set to open in spring of 2023, the new facility will complete an entire city block—one million square feet—dedicated to the care of children. The Director of Development is responsible for independently managing a portfolio of major gift prospects as well as planning and implementing strategies to identify, qualify, cultivate and solicit major and principal gift donors. The Director works in concert with leaders, clinicians, faculty and researchers responsible for elevating the reputation and prominence of key initiatives at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. The Director will serve as a liaison to departments, divisions, and programs of CHoR as assigned. As a member of the individual and foundation team, the Director will assist in planning and implementing comprehensive fundraising strategies that will lead to new and increased support from community leaders, grateful families, pediatric alumni and other friends of the institution. The Director will develop, launch and lead a philanthropic council designed to provide support through their own giving, who are connectors to other sources of funding; and who serve as ambassadors raising public visibility of CHoR. Key responsibilities: • Manages a dynamic portfolio of 40 major gift prospects and a rotating pool of qualification prospects with an emphasis on individuals and foundations. • Creates, documents, and implements a transparent donor strategy designed to move prospective donors along the development continuum. • Builds pipeline by creatively and persistently seeking connections to new prospects to qualify interest and capacity. Conducts qualification calls on potential prospects to engage and increase interest and involvement. • Cultivates relationships that lead to the successful solicitation and swift closure of major and principal gifts. • Prepares written and oral communications required for the persuasive and accurate articulation of priorities to individual, family and foundation donor prospects. • Annually meets / exceeds metrics that focus on portfolio coverage, documentation of engagement strategies, qualification of prospects and a dollar goal that is determined by maturity of portfolio. • Assists with the development and implementation of a donor referral program to identify grateful patients for qualification and cultivation. • Builds faculty and staff partnerships and promotes a culture of philanthropy through the establishment of a consistent presence within assigned departments and programs. • Coaches and supports faculty and staff so that they are well prepared to participate in development activities and prospect/donor relationships. • Builds and nurtures effective working relationships with department chiefs, clinicians, researchers and leadership to identify key funding needs and grateful family referrals. • Develops and maintains an informed layperson's understanding of the science behind research and care in assigned departments and programs. Act as a translator and synthesizer of ideas when needed to enhance communication between faculty and prospects/donors. Keeps foundation team members apprised of key updates. • Develops an understanding of the breadth of research, clinical, teaching and community service programs of CHoR. • Develops a robust understanding of CHoR philanthropic priorities and succinctly provides facts and leads tours of donors and prospects. • Creates a framework for involvement in Philanthropic Council, manages functions and assists with the strategic recruitment and retention of members. • Ensures that the Philanthropic Council members are both educated and motivated to participate in strategic and philanthropic initiatives of the Children’s Hospital. Fund Development Aug 5, 2022
Development Coordinator Children’s Hospital Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 that works to maximize philanthropic impact in children’s health at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. We are dedicated to raising and stewarding philanthropic resources that will enable CHoR to become a top, nationally ranked children’s hospital. With roots going back more than 100 years to the incorporation of Richmond’s original children’s hospital on Brook Road in 1920, we are proud to work with generous members of our community to drive excellence in patient care, education and research. Children’s Hospital Foundation is currently engaged in a $100 million capital campaign to fund construction of the Wonder Tower, CHoR’s new home for inpatient, emergency and trauma services. Set to open in spring of 2023, the new facility will complete an entire city block—one million square feet—dedicated to the care of children. The Development Coordinator provides project coordination and high-level administrative support for the communications, donor relations and corporate fundraising team members. This position will provide overall support to team members with specific areas of responsibility to include meeting and event logistics, calendar management and oversight, donor correspondence and reporting, and general project management. Key responsibilities: • Provide general administrative assistance to the communications, donor relations and corporate fundraising teams, including: o Providing calendar management and oversight o Managing and supporting meeting and event logistics, including internal team meetings, hospital tours, campaign kick-offs and more o Running relevant reports for internal and external audiences o Assisting with fiscal and budgetary operations o Developing and maintaining procedures for the corporate team to manage timely outreach to donors, including thank you calls, correspondence and other touchpoints • Serves as a liaison between the communications/donor relations and corporate fundraising teams to support the fulfillment of community party benefits and overall donor recognition and stewardship • Manages community inquiries that come in via web, email and phone and delegate as needed to appropriate team members, including in kind donations, volunteer opportunities, fundraising opportunities and other overall requests for engagement with CHF/CHoR • Offers general project management support through tracking of action items, preparation of materials and coordination with external vendors and collaborators. • Supports the corporate fundraising team with opportunities as needed across the donor continuum, including assisting with travel itineraries and logistics, producing contact lists and updating the constituent database. • Helps with the identification and coordination of volunteer opportunities for corporate partners, collaborating with the special events team as needed to help fulfill event volunteer needs. • Provides ongoing direction and assistance to peers, donors and CHoR colleagues regarding donor related circumstances. Administrative & Office Support, Fund Development Aug 5, 2022
Communications Specialist Children’s Hospital Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 that works to maximize philanthropic impact in children’s health at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. We are dedicated to raising and stewarding philanthropic resources that will enable CHoR to become a top, nationally ranked children’s hospital. With roots going back more than 100 years to the incorporation of Richmond’s original children’s hospital on Brook Road in 1920, we are proud to work with generous members of our community to drive excellence in patient care, education and research. Children’s Hospital Foundation is currently engaged in a $100 million capital campaign to fund construction of the Wonder Tower, CHoR’s new home for inpatient, emergency and trauma services. Set to open in spring of 2023, the new facility will complete an entire city block—one million square feet—dedicated to the care of children. Key responsibilities: • Writes, edits and uploads Foundation content to the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU website and social media accounts. Regularly audits website to ensure the material is relevant and up-to-date. • Develops and manages calendar of social media content with input from other Foundation and Hospital team members, including event promotion and fundraising messaging. • Manages systems involved in creating and running online giving campaigns, event registrations and peer-to-peer fundraisers, ensuring appropriate and consistent messaging and branding is used across all online activities. • Designs and executes the Foundation’s email strategy, including the creation and deployment of a monthly e-newsletter, event promotions, new constituent welcome series, and stewardship and acknowledgement messages. • Provides guidance on online advertising and direct response marketing efforts conducted with external vendors. • Supports fundraising functions, focusing on events and corporate fundraising needs, through the creation of collateral and other assets. 2 • Works with the Advancement Services team to ensure data integrity between online systems (Classy and Luminate Online) and the Foundation’s constituent database (Raiser’s Edge). • Collaborates with outside vendors and partners on projects related to the creation of communication materials. • Assists with departmental project management and organization. Communication/Public Relations/Marketing Aug 5, 2022