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Database Administrator Part Time Do you love data and spreadsheets and especially love applying your skills to an organization with a great mission? We’re always looking for people with a passion for helping others to join our team of professionals at Virginia Home for Boys and Girls. Since our founding in 1846, VHBG has provided care for thousands of children in crisis. Our mission is to help children across Virginia with emotional and behavioral health concerns. Our Group Care Services help youth ages 11-17 learn to live in a healthy family; our Independent Living Arrangement offers housing and support services to youth ages 17-21 who’ve aged out of foster care; our John G. Wood School provides specialized K-12 education to students with challenges that impact their academic success; and we provide Therapeutic Resources such as counseling, therapy, and psychiatry. We’re currently looking for a Database Administrator who’ll be responsible for processing and maintaining donor and stakeholder records in our Raiser’s Edge database. S/he will seek to further the mission of Virginia Home for Boys and Girls (VHBG) by complementing our Philanthropy with timely and accurate data. Fund Development Feb 20, 2019
Annual Fund Manager Do you want to apply your fundraising talents to an organization with a great mission? We’re always looking for people with a passion for helping others to join our team of professionals at Virginia Home for Boys and Girls. Since our founding in 1846, VHBG has provided care for thousands of children in crisis. Our mission is to help children across Virginia with emotional and behavioral health concerns. Our Group Care Services help youth ages 11-17 learn to live in a healthy family; our Independent Living Arrangement offers housing and support services to youth ages 17-21 who’ve aged out of foster care; our John G. Wood School provides specialized K-12 education to students with challenges that impact their academic success; and we provide Therapeutic Resources such as counseling, therapy, and psychiatry. We’re currently looking for an Annual Fund Manager who’s a leader, decision-maker, and creative thinking to complete our Philanthropy team. S/he will seek to further the mission of Virginia Home for Boys and Girls (VHBG) by working in partnership with the Vice President of Philanthropy to develop, plan, execute, and evaluate a comprehensive full-cycle annual fund program that will increase participation and long-term financial growth from individual donors. This position will successfully organize and develop direct mail solicitations, online giving, renewal of giving circles, and acknowledgment of all donations. This position will also play the lead role in Philanthropy special events, management of official VHBG volunteer groups (example: Young Professionals, Ladies Auxiliary), in-kind giving, donations, and volunteer projects. SPECIFIC DUTIES: Core duties and responsibilities include: implement the preparation and publishing of annual fund solicitation mailings (renewals, LYBUNTs, SYBUNTs, prospects, phone-a-thons); cultivate and solicit donors to the annual fund, engaging Major Gifts Officer, Vice President of Philanthropy and President as required; responsible for understanding all functions of donor database (Raiser’s Edge) management, i.e. gift entries, gift acknowledgements, list generation, etc.; assure that an accurate donor database is kept; coordination of all Philanthropy event committees and volunteers including 4th Wednesday Campus Tours, Band Together, Golf Tournament, Fall and Spring Auxiliary Card Parties, Annual Donor Dinner, and Young Professionals; work with Marketing Director to implement a robust online donation campaign with constituent management software, Luminate; responsible for coordinating the organization’s donor stewardship functions; manage a portfolio of approximately 100 individuals; conduct 25 face-to-face solicitations with 25 donors (of the 100) and 25 sponsorship prospects per year; ensure production of weekly fundraising reports that address where agency is toward overall goal; generate monthly reports to reconcile with Finance Department; attend weekly Philanthropy Department meetings to report on Annual Fund progress as well as attend monthly Philanthropy Committee and Board meetings as necessary; act as a spokesperson at public speaking events to include check presentations, outside events, informational talks etc. Community Relations/Corporate Responsibility, Fund Development, Volunteer Coordination Feb 20, 2019