Director of Development


Remote Remote


US$45-45 (hourly)


Part time

Jul 28

The Director is responsible for developing strategies for initial and repeat fundraising from corporate sponsors and individuals, and for implementing the strategies to secure sustainable funding.

 We are looking for a self-starter with strong communication skills and a friendly, warm personality. The position is part-time (25 to 30 hours a week without benefits) and remote (no office to report to).

Education and Experience

 The candidate should have a Master's degree with three (3) years of experience in fundraising, and two (2) work-related references.

 Duties and Responsibilities

  • Create and execute a development plan that focuses on corporate and individual donors with a goal of reaching or exceeding $200,000 within the first year;
  • Identify and grow our number of corporate and individual donors by establishing and sustaining external relationships; 
  • Implement an annual campaign including drafting letters, compiling mailings, and tracking campaign performance; 
  • Identify and manage an appropriate donor database that tracks potential and current donors including funding history; 
  • Organize and maintain an annual calendar of foundation grant steps and timelines including steps to follow up on proposals; and,

 Along with the President, assist in:

  • Developing strategies and grant proposals for local foundations, and preparing required reports; and,
  • Managing a budget to support needed expenses including a donor database along with fundraising meetings and events.

 Interested parties should contact:

 Philip Keys, President,, 724-413-5099

 For additional information about NurturePA, please visit our website:

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