The Development Associate oversees gift processing and donor acknowledgement and supports the planning and implementation of annual fundraising events. The Development Associate is responsible for coordinating and overseeing internal and external participation in community events. The Development Associate regularly represents Family Health Center of Worcester at community meetings.
Oversees gift administration and donor acknowledgement:
- Oversees gift processing, including individual and corporate donations, pledges, event giving, and grant funding.
- Prepares, reviews, and sends gift acknowledgement letters
- Maintains accurate donor database and related records and event lists.
- Documents all gifts and files supporting information in a timely manner
- Notifies appropriate staff of incoming donations and grant funding
- Supports donor stewardship projects including: updating acknowledgement letters, assisting in the creation of new templates and ensuring accuracy of information. Assistance with other donor stewardship projects as needed.
- Serves as a frontline team member for questions, requests, and other inperson, phone and email development inquiries.
- With direction from the Grant Writer, monitors grant report deadlines and assures report completion by program managers.
- Reviews grant reports for completion to ensure all requirements are fulfilled.
- Supports planning and implementation of annual fundraising events, including Art in the City, Neighborhood Health Fair, and Winter Walk Worcester.
- Attend and provide administrative support for designated events as directed.
- Participates in event committee meetings and takes detailed and accurate minutes.
- Develops, oversees, and maintains agency-wide internal and external community outreach plan.
- Maintains a calendar of external outreach activities, including community events, workshops, appearances, and other communication opportunities.
- Organizes strategic agency participation in community events.
- Develops and oversees internal tabling opportunities at health center for community organizations.
- Participates in internal and external meetings and takes detailed and accurate minutes when needed.
- Participates and represents the FHCW in public health initiatives and at community meetings, task forces, and meetings with funders as appropriate.
- Maintains FHCW visibility in local public health activities in the community.
- Assists with annual needs assessment and health plan updates.
Bachelor’s degree required. An Associate’s Degree and four years of closely
relevant work experience may be substituted for Bachelor’s degree.
- A minimum of two years administrative experience in a professional office environment is required. Experience in nonprofit work and/or fundraising/development preferred.
- Demonstrated skills in providing excellent customer service
- Must have proven skills in Windows environment, MS Office Suite and internet operations.
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