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Fundraising and Resource Development

Fundraising and Resource Development Ontario College Graduate Certificate

What is Fundraising and Resource Development?

Discover a dynamic, challenging career where you can make a difference in the lives of others by raising money for important causes. In this comprehensive program, students learn to design integrated fundraising programs, run special events, research and secure grants, and develop relationships with major donors. Students also examine critical skills that support the fundraising process, including prospect research, volunteer management strategies, budgeting and financial management, marketing, donor engagement, group dynamics and team building, and use of technology for fundraising. During their academic studies, students gain skills through case studies and projects, followed by valuable real life experience participating in an internship in a fundraising environment in areas such as social services, the arts, the environment, health care, education, sports, recreation, and religion.

Why take Fundraising and Resource Development at Georgian College?

  • One year can change your life: This comprehensive one-year graduate certificate program offers two academic semesters of six online courses each followed by an eight-week, full-time internship in a non-profit setting. Graduates of this program have secured rewarding positions in hospitals,  schools, foundations, consulting firms, community service organizations and national charities.
  • Experienced faculty members: Courses are taught by professionals who are respected in the field and who provide personalized instruction that fits into your busy life.
  • Improved career advancement: Employers are looking for individuals who have demonstrated an educational commitment. Our graduates report they advance quickly.
  • Improved professionalism: As you master each area within the program, you will be able to approach your job with increased confidence and a sense of purpose.
  • Program flexibility: The courses are delivered online, allowing you to retain your current job and study how, when and where you wish. Continue at your own pace to complete the graduate certificate.
  • Transfer credits for MBA program: Graduates from Georgian’s Fundraising and Resource Development program may be eligible to receive credits for up to 60 out of 180 credits in several of Edith Cowan University’s master’s programs in Australia.
  • Work toward your CFRE certification: Georgian College is an approved provider of CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) education. Full participation in  Georgian’s Fundraising and Resource Development courses counts toward your application for initial certification or recertification, with up to 42 points in Category 1.B Education.

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Program Outline 2015-2016

Major:
FUND
Length:
1 Year
Effective Dates:
2015-2016
Delivery:
3 Semesters
Credential:
Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Location:
Orillia (Online only), Orillia(Online only)
Start:

Fall - Orillia- Online only

Winter - Orillia - Online only

Contact:
Kimberley Glaze
Email:
Kimberley.Glaze@GeorgianCollege.ca
Phone:
705-728-1968 ext. 3027

Discover a dynamic, challenging career where you can make a difference in the lives of others by raising money for important causes. In this comprehensive program, students learn to design integrated fundraising programs, run special events, research and secure grants, and develop relationships with major donors. Students also examine critical skills that support the fundraising process, including prospect research, volunteer management strategies, budgeting and financial management, marketing, donor engagement, group dynamics and team building, and use of technology for fundraising. During their academic studies, students gain skills through case studies and projects, followed by valuable real life experience participating in an internship in a fundraising environment in areas such as social services, the arts, the environment, health care, education, sports, recreation, and religion.

The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:

  • analyze current trends in philanthropy, technology, communications and volunteer management as they pertain to the charitable sector


  • work effectively with individuals, groups and organizations to support the total process of resource development


  • plan and implement leading edge programs to achieve results in corporate, foundation and individual giving


  • build strategic partnerships and develop relationships with donors, recipients, beneficiaries, and volunteers


  • integrate the parameters of regulatory legislation, as well as effective business and ethical practices in philanthropy


  • identify, plan and execute fundraising projects which include goals, outcomes, budgets, and voluntary resources. These projects may include events, major gifts, planned giving, annual giving, capital campaigns, sponsorships and grants applications


  • employ environmentally sustainable practices within the profession.
Fall Intake - Orillia(Online only)

Sem 1 | Sem 2 | Sem 3

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Fall | Winter | Summer

2015 | 2016 | 2016

Winter Intake - Orillia (Online only)

Sem 1 | Sem 2 | Sem 3

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Winter | Fall | Winter

2016 | 2016 | 2017

- post-secondary diploma or degree or CFRE designation (Certified Fundraising Executive) or equivalent.

Preference will be given to applicants who hold diplomas or degrees with emphasis in social sciences, humanities, education, business or marketing. Strong communications skills are required. Proficiency in word processing and computer skills are recommended.

Applicants lacking a college diploma, university degree, or equivalent may be considered based on CFRE designation (Certified Fund Raising Executive) OR a combination of post-secondary education and related work experience (minimum three years full-time paid experience working in a non-profit environment) and demonstrated achievement of post-secondary level competencies.

Applicants must meet ONE of the following requirements to be eligible for admission to this program:

- A college diploma or university degree or CFRE designation (Certified Fundraising

Executive) or equivalent.

Preference will be given to applicants who hold diplomas or degrees with emphasis in social sciences, humanities, education, business or marketing. Strong communications skills are required. Proficiency in word processing and computer skills are recommended.

Applicants lacking a college diploma, university degree, or equivalent may be considered based on CFRE designation (Certified Fund Raising Executive) OR a combination of

post-secondary education and related work experience (minimum three years full-time paid experience working in a non-profit environment) and demonstrated achievement of post-secondary level competencies.

11 Mandatory Courses

1 Optional Course

1 Internship

Applicants will be asked to submit a current resume and a statement of intent. Academic and experiential learning of all applicants will be assessed.

To graduate from this program, a student must attain a minimum of 60% or a letter grade of P (Pass) or S (Satisfactory) in each course in each semester. The passing weighted average for promotion through each semester and to graduate is 60%.

Mandatory Courses

FUND1003 Annual Giving: Principles and Process
FUND1005 Grant and Proposal Writing
FUND1006 Professional Practice in Fundraising
FUND1008 Volunteer Management
FUND1009 Marketing and Public Relations in Fundraising
FUND1010 Prospect Research
FUND1014 Technology for Fundraising
FUND1015 Philanthropy in Society
FUND1016 Planning for Fundraising
FUND1017 Donor Relations and Stewardship
FUND1018 Major Gifts and Capital Campaigns
Optional Course
To be selected from College list
Internship
FUND1020 Fundraising Internship

This program gives students the choice of selecting one optional course, depending on their interests and course availability, to meet the graduation requirements. These courses may include Special Events for Fundraising (FUND 1019) and Planned Giving (FUND 1011).

View the Fundraising and Resource Development articulations on the Credit Transfer Centre page.

Andrea Lucas

Major Gifts Officer, York University Foundation

Program:

Fundraising and Resource Development


Armed with the knowledge, skills and confidence that this program has given to me, I have been able to work for some of Canada’s top not-for-profits, such as The Arthritis Society, The Multiple Sclerosis Society, The Hospital for Sick Children Foundation and today, The York University Foundation. Read more...

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Selene Hur

Selene is the manager of prospect research at the YMCA of Greater Toronto. For over five years, she has enjoyed the challenge of building prospect research and stewardship capabilities at the Y. Selene has worked in a variety of organizations including Canada's National Ballet School, the Royal Conservatory of Music, the Canadian Opera Company, Mirvish Productions and NetGain Partners. Read more...

Georgian College Alumni

Lisa Eveleigh

Lisa has had a diverse career in fundraising and leadership in the non-profit sector. She has been a professional fundraiser for close to 20 years, working in the not-for-profit management field overseeing national, regional and local campaigns, including marketing and promotional strategies. Lisa's leadership skills have allowed her to manage large, complex staff teams and build comprehensive fund development strategic plans to support organizational growth and development. Read more...

Andrea Lucas

Major Gifts Officer, York University Foundation

Program:

Fundraising and Resource Development


Armed with the knowledge, skills and confidence that this program has given to me, I have been able to work for some of Canada’s top not-for-profits, such as The Arthritis Society, The Multiple Sclerosis Society, The Hospital for Sick Children Foundation and today, The York University Foundation. Read more...

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Katelyn McKeown

Development Officer, Barrie Public Library

Program:

Fundraising and Resource Development

Year:

2010


As a recent graduate of Georgian College’s Fundraising & Resource Development Program, I can certainly attest to the professionalism and level of personal satisfaction this program offers. I was able to relate all the information I learned online while interning. Read more...

Briana Trypuc

Client Advisor, Charity Intelligence

Program:

Fundraising and Resource Development


As a recent graduate, I can attest to the overall professionalism and progressive design and implementation of the Fundraising and Resource Development program. This program fully enabled me to gain a comprehensive, insightful and noteworthy educational experience. Read more...

Amber Giffen

Amber Giffen

Manager, Philanthropy and Association Advancement, YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka

Program:

Fundraising and Resource Development


Amber was selected as a YMCA World Alliance Change Agent in 2012 and a YMCA Canada Young Leader in 2012 and 2013. Her community volunteer roles include Vice Chair of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Simcoe County Board of Directors, and member of the Wasaga Beach/Collingwood Rotaract Club. Read more...

Georgian College jobseekers and alumni are invited to visit www.charityworldworks.ca.

Supporting Canada’s non-profit sector with talent, CharityWorldWork.ca is a job board that connects jobseekers with hiring non-profits and charities across Canada.

Jobseekers are invited to register and host resumes and cover letters so that hiring managers in the non-profit sector can view their qualifications.

Exciting jobs in non-profits and charities await you. Register a jobseeker account to find your next great job opportunity on www.charityworldworks.ca!

 

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Mark Tuesday, May 6, 2014, on your calendar – you’ll be glad you did!

 We’re CONNECTing fundraising, right here at Georgian College!

The Fundraising and Resource Development program at Georgian College organizes an annual conference for fundraising professionals, board members and fundraising volunteers.

We are pleased to announce the theme for this year’s annual conference: CONNECT fundraising will take place Tuesday May 6, 2014, at Georgian College’s Barrie Campus.

This year’s plenary speakers are:

  • Eric Dean, FAHP, CEO, Royal Victoria Hospital Foundation
  • Juniper Locilento, CFRE, Senior Consultant, KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc.)

This year’s workshops include:

  • Connect the dots in your career: What do non-profit employers look for in their talent?
  • Fundraising in small towns and rural areas
  • Turn your fundraising event from “Rob Ford” to “Bradley Cooper”
  • Social media for social profit
  • And MORE!

REGISTER ONLINE for CONNECT Fundraising 2014.

Connect Fundraising Conference brochure with session descriptions and presenter bios

Connect Fundraising paper registration form

SPONSORED BY:

Casino Rama’s Community Wellness Program

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Volunteer Fundraising Assistant

Status: Volunteer, Parttime

Reports To: Director of Development and Administration.

Hours: flexible, approximately 10 hours/week

MLH Overview

Have you ever gone to a catered event or a restaurant, thinking that there may be delicious food leftover and possibly wasted? Inequality of food distribution is hardly a new topic, we are confronted with an abundance of food that is going to waste and yet many people continue to live hungry. In an effort to put a stop to this cycle, Maple Leaf Harvest, an Ontario based non for profit organization, is using new technologies and advanced logistic methods with food companies and emergency feeding agencies to help feed the hungry men, women and children in Canada.

Position Summary

MLH is currently seeking a motivated experienced Volunteer Fundraising Assistant to support our Fundraising Team with all types of fundraising activities, including grant development and crowdfunding campaigns. The Volunteer Fundraising Assistant will directly report to the Director of Development and Administration.

Responsibilities:

  • Developing relationships with major donors, identifying new potential major donors and nurturing existing relationships. Assist with creation and maintenance of a small portfolio of donors;
  • Assist with coordination of corporate matching gifts, corporate sponsorship contracts. Ensure fulfillment of corporate logo recognition
  • Provide support with administering donations
  • Prepare donor acknowledgements and thank you letters, for team members and Executive Director
  • Support with all potential donor massive email campaigns mailings and tracking in database
  • Assist with donor file management – ensures donor files are kept updated and donor activity accurately tracked in database
  • Assist with production of presentations, print materials,
  • Schedule and coordinate donor meetings
  • Support the grant application process and ensuring that reporting is tracked and meets donors’ expectations
  • Required to attend in person meetings twice a month
  • Will be required to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
  • Good judgment, diplomacy, sensitivity and tact
  • Strong problem solving skills and critical thinker
  • Demonstrated initiative and follow through
  • Project management and organizational skills with superior attention to detail
  • Outstanding writing, editing, proofreading skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability a must
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Windows suite, including PowerPoint,
  • Experience in fundraising or marketing environment considered an asset
  • Customer focus to interact with staff, donors, other volunteers and members of the general public
  • Ability to work independently and exercise sound judgement
  • Enthusiastic, selfmotivated and proactive with a demonstrated desire to make a solid commitment to the MLH’s vision and mission

Other Details

This is a volunteer position. All volunteers are required to devote a minimum of 10 hours per week. Duration of this position will be for 23 months with possibility of extension. This positions is suitable for recent university graduates, preferably with a background in fundraising, communications or Liberal Arts/English.

How to Apply

To apply for this role, please forward your resume by January 31, 2015 stating the title of the position you

are applying for in the subject line.

Maple Leaf Harvest would like to sincerely thank all applicants for your expressed interest in our organization; however only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

MLH is committed to equity. Our goal is a diverse, inclusive workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We strongly encourage applications from women and men, minorities, persons with disabilities and aboriginal persons.

“The food is available. The people are in need. Maple Leaf harvest is the solution.”

Position: Director, Annual Giving, United Way Peel (14 month mat leave contract, full-time)

Reports to: Chief Development Officer

About United Way:

United Way of Peel Region is a social change, community impact organization working to create opportunities for a better life for everyone living in Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga. It makes a difference every single day for people who are struggling by helping to meet urgent basic needs, investing in a network of agencies who deliver high quality programs and services, tackling the root causes of social issues by bringing together people from all sectors and backgrounds to unite for the common good, and working with all levels of government to support solutions to Peel Region’s most pressing social issues

Position Overview:

United Way of Peel Region is seeking a 14 month maternity leave contract for a Director, Annual Giving who is an accomplished, innovative development professional with a deep understanding of the United Way to lead and grow the annual workplace giving program. The Director, Annual Giving reports to the Chief Development Officer and leads a team of seven. Results oriented candidates with campaign management experience and a proven track record are encouraged to apply.

As a seasoned professional fundraiser with 5 years senior fund development experience, the Director, Annual Giving will bring management skills and experience in planning, budgeting, volunteer management, corporate philanthropy and stewardship as well as the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. You have the ability to build and strengthen relationships with key constituencies including volunteers, donors, corporate leaders, labour and community stakeholders.

The ideal candidate will have a post-secondary degree. Hands-on experience within the United Way movement is a requirement. A CFRE designation / fundraising certificate or working toward one would also be an asset. Membership in the Association of Fundraising Professionals is expected.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide general oversight and leadership for growth in annual workplace campaign revenue of over $11m
  • Lead and coach a team of Resource Development Managers to develop and execute corporate campaign and individual solicitation strategies
  • Development of industry-leading annual giving plan & budget, with focus on long term revenue growth
  • Builds framework of reports and plans and provide timely and effective performance feedback and coaching to staff
  • Focuses on delivering excellence in client service – impeccably manages promised to stakeholders, donors and prospects
  • Work with the CDO in the development and implementation of a sustainable volunteer structure and directly engage senior volunteers to support philanthropic outcomes

Key Competencies:

  • Direct experience of facilitating workplace campaigns within a United Way model
  • Proven track record in achieving philanthropic revenue objectives
  • Strong background in successfully soliciting, cultivating, securing and stewarding donors
  • Experience in managing, analyzing and reporting fund raising programs and an appreciation for best practices in the field
  • Knowledgeable and experienced in the nature and dimensions of philanthropy, ethics, motivation for giving and volunteering
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with and lead cross-functional teams
  • Hands-on experience in volunteer management
  • Strong leadership skills – proven ability to manage, coach and mentor staff
  • Relevant post-secondary education is a requirement

Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter and resume via e-mail, fax or mail by Friday, January 16, 2015 at 5 p.m. Please include a salary range in your cover letter and state “Director, Annual Giving” in the subject line. Submit your application to:

Susan Belsito Human Resources Manager United Way of Peel Region 90 Burnhamthorpe Road. W. Suite 408 / PO Box 58 Mississauga, ON L5B 3C3

E-mail: humanresources@unitedwaypeel.org

Thank you to all applicants for your interest in this position. Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

United Way of Peel Region is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to hiring a workforce inclusive of the diverse population it serves. United Way of Peel Region promotes the principles of diversity and equity and adheres to the tenets of the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

This job ad is available in an alternative format upon request. If you are a person with a disability and require technical aids or alternate arrangements for tests or interviews, please advise us of these needs when you are contacted for an interview.

Friends of We Care ~ Position Profile

POSITION TITLE:        Coordinator, Fundraising & Special Events

REPORTS TO:               Executive Director

POSITION STATUS:    Maternity Leave (15 month) – Commencing January 2015

Friends of We Care is the foodservice industry’s charity of choice committed to supporting Canadian children with disabilities. Through a united effort from our supporters in a variety of fundraising and networking opportunities, we will make a difference and send children with disabilities to summer camp.

Purpose of the Position:

To work with the Executive Director, Manager – Fundraising, Special Events & Social Media, and the Office Administrator in the planning, development and implementation of various special events, other projects/events and strategic direction as required achieving the organization’s mission.

Principal Responsibilities:

Event/Project Development & Implementation = 50%

  • Assist with the development, planning, execution and wrap up of special events as assigned (in conjunction with the individual event committees).
  • Attend all We Care internal events and support third party fundraising events, as required; this will include evenings and weekends.
  • Monitor event budgets and ensure expenses are processed in a timely manner.
  • Responsible for event report upon completion of each event.
  • Manage volunteer recruitment, coordination, engagement, and recognition for all event volunteers.
  • Accountable for relationship management and maintenance of Member Sponsors, Volunteer Recruitment, Corporate Marketing Presentations and Information, and Member Sponsor internal event support and development.
  • Identify and seek out new event opportunities.

Communication/Meetings/Marketing = 50%

  • Provide superior customer service to both internal and external customers including volunteers, suppliers, sponsors, department and field staff.
  • Liaise with We Care Ambassadors related to assigned events and third party events with respect to scheduling, speeches and special instructions as required.
  • Attend committee meetings as assigned and /or required.
  • Attend all Member meetings and Board of Director meetings as required, and prepare and distribute meeting minutes. Follow up on action items with respective committee members.
  • Promote events on various Social Media Platforms.
  • Website maintenance as directed
  • Prepare marketing materials, press releases, newsletters, posters and other publications, as required.

Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

Valid Ontario driver’s license and the use of an appropriately insured reliable vehicle.

  • Periodic evening and weekend work, as required.
  • Physical effort and stamina required for lifting, loading and unloading vehicles, and event days.Qualifications:
  • Relevant post-secondary education in fund development, marketing, public relations or volunteer management. Proven successful experience with special events, managing volunteers and committees, preferably with a minimum of 3 years direct experience. CFRE designation an asset.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. While possessing strong presentation skills, must have the ability to speak publicly and in front of large groups.
  • Outstanding organizational and time management and multi-tasking skills required.
  • Proven ability to work independently and co-operatively on a team.
  • Flexibility and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances, with on-the-fly thinking.
  • Ability to relate well with staff, volunteers and donors. Works well under pressure.
  • Results-oriented and a creative thinker.
  • Some experience with bookkeeping/financial management procedures.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Windows XP) and other Social Media Platforms.
  • Proficiency in Photoshop would be considered an asset.
  • Experience with Word Press and/or HTML website design and maintenance.
  • Experience with QuickBooks accounting system

Interested candidates can forward resumes to the following contact:

Kevin J. Collins

Executive Director

Friends of We Care Foundation Inc.

40-220 Industrial Parkway South

Aurora, ON L4G 3V6

Telephone: (905) 841-1223

Fax: (905) 841-1175

Email: kcollins@friendsofwecare.org

Leader, Fund Development – Daybreak

About Daybreak:

Daybreak is a non-profit, supportive housing provider in its 31st year of operation. Daybreak has been a place to call home for men and women who not only have difficulty finding affordable housing but also struggle with issues such as mental health, recovery from addictions, escaping abusive situations and limited life skills.Version française

Position Summary:

Daybreak is seeking an experienced Leader, Fund Development, who will manage the organization’s fund development programs and activities, ensuring that best practices are adopted and applied to ensure a donor-centred, integrated fund development model is embraced. As part of a small team, the Leader, Fund Development will take a leadership role in realizing the strategic vision and goals through thoughtful and resourceful planning, measuring progress and delivering on final results for programs and activities that drive donor engagement and funding.

Reporting to the Executive Director, you will contribute to strategic planning, and execute on operational plans that achieve results and critical milestones. It will be critical in this role to build important relationships and work effectively with external partners and stakeholders to achieve continued advancement of the organization’s mandate and deliver on targets around programs.   As a seasoned professional in fundraising, you will bring an exemplary track record of setting high standards and delivering results using best practices in the areas of fundraising and donor engagement.

Key Responsibilities:

Fund Development:

  • Oversees the success of the annualized fundraising programs (special events, direct marketing, etc.)
  • Actively identifies, cultivates and solicits major and impact philanthropic support
  • Provides management level support for the organization’s planned and legacy giving programs

Operational Management:

  • Track donor and household data in effort to solicit additional future donations, send marketing material, and record event opportunities
  • Participates in the annual planning and budgeting processes from a fundraising needs perspective
  • Reports regularly against key performance indicators about total donations, individual donor donations, donor attrition, response rate/renewal rate, etc.

Marketing and Communications:

  • Tailor narrative and messaging to meet the needs of specific audiences
  • Design and create compelling, action-oriented marketing materials
  • Coordinate organizational communications to optimize opportunities and reduce costs

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Broad fund development experience especially with those strategies that are grounded in relationship-building
  • Exceptional relationship building skills that will help form and nourish essential partnerships and relationships to create new opportunities for Daybreak
  • Proven ability to conceptualize, innovate and execute ideas
  • At least 5 years of fund development experience at a leadership level
  • Relevant post-secondary education in the area of business, or a comparable combination of education, training and experience
  • Working knowledge of laws and regulations as stipulated by the Charities Directorate of Income Tax Canada
  • Experience in proposal and grant writing
  • Embrace a fast-paced environment that requires managing and prioritizing projects, relationships, and prospective development opportunities
  • Ability to organize and clearly, coherently, and effectively express ideas in writing and verbally
  • Exhibit professionalism, good judgment, confidentiality and discretion in communicating with colleagues and constituents
  • An awareness of issues related to supportive housing and charitable organization
  • Bilingualism (French/English) is an asset

This is a full-time, one year, renewable contract position.

Forward your cover letter and resume to monica@daybreakhousing.com

We thank you for your interest in Daybreak; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Hospice Georgian Triangle

Development Co-ordinator – 22.5 hours per week

Position summary

The Development Co-ordinator will work directly with the Executive Director and the Fundraising Committee of the Board of Directors to develop and implement fundraising strategies as set forth in the overall plan.

Fundraising

 Assist with the management and implementation of existing fundraising events such as Hike/Bike for Hospice and the Hospice Gala event

 Develop new initiatives and work with organizing and implementing third-party events that benefit HGT

 Maintain the management of the Etapestry fundraising database including data entry, tax receipting, reporting

 Work with community supporters to help them understand the needs of Hospice Georgian Triangle and articulate the impact of charitable giving

Administration

 Assist the fundraising committee with the advertising and promotion of events including the HGT website and Facebook page

 Develop fundraising policy in co-ordination with the Executive Director and assist with fundraising strategic planning

 Continue to develop the donor stewardship and recognition program ensuring donors are thanked appropriately and often

 Prepare press releases and arrange photo opportunities

Key competencies

 Exceptional written and verbal communication skills – samples will be required upon interview

 Understanding and expertise with a client management database such as Blackbaud (The Raisers Edge, Etapestry, etc.)

 Computer literate including proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher

Understanding of the Hospice Palliative Care philosophy and environment

 Outstanding customer service skills including face to face, telephone and electronic correspondence

 Basic understanding of tax receipting rules and regulations in accordance with Canada Revenue Agency

 Strong understanding of the Donor Bill of Rights (Imagine Canada)

 Strong ability to work within a volunteer-based environment

 Teamwork skills are essential

Compensation

This position is starting at 22.5 hours per week and the salary range is between $15 and $19 per hour based on experience and skill set. There are no benefits associated with this position but 4% vacation pay is standard.

Start date: Immediate

Hospice Georgian Triangle 49 Raglan St. Collingwood, ON L9Y 4X1 www.hospicegeorgiantriangle.com

Volunteer opportunity

This year will mark the 17 th anniversary of our Annual Hawk Ridge Hospital Classic. Thank you for volunteering to help us to achieve this amazing milestone!

Over the past 16 years, the Annual Hospital Classic has raised $1.6 million in support of Orillia Soldiers\’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH). Thanks to all the volunteers who helped make this possible. This year’s tournament will take place on Wednesday, June 4, 2014, and we need your participation to ensure the continued success of this important event. All volunteers will receive a complimentary lunch and t-shirt to recognize their outstanding dedication to our hospital.

Thank you for taking the time to consider volunteering. Your support is greatly appreciated. If you are able to volunteer, please call me at 705.325.6464 or email me at smdavis@osmh.on.ca.

Getting into the swing of things,

Sandy Davis

Development Assistant

www.osmhfoundation.ca

Post your volunteering position here

To post your volunteer position here, email the posting as a Word document attachment to Kimberley Glaze at kimberley.glaze@georgiancollege.ca.

For inquiries please contact the appropriate person below.

Contact:
Kimberley Glaze
Phone:
705-728-1968 ext. 3027

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