Individual Giving Manager
Campaign Legal Center is seeking a full-time Individual Giving Manager to lead our growing individual giving program, primarily by building and maintaining highly meaningful relationships with donors. This is an exciting opportunity to make a mark expanding an already growing program to meet the needs of protecting our core democratic institutions and values.
The ideal candidate will have a proven willingness and ability to ask for money, experience with successful annual campaigns, familiarity with Raiser’s Edge, Donor Perfect, Salesforce, or similar fundraising CRM, and experience building results-oriented mission-based relationships. They must be a collaborative and creative team player who is courageous, a critical thinker, and has a “Beginner’s Mind” mentality with a willingness to step outside their comfort zone.
The Individual Giving Manager, who is based in Washington DC and reports to the Chief Development Officer, is responsible for the following:
- Responsible for meeting all individual revenue goals
- Develops and maintains active portfolio of 90-100 donors
- In collaboration with the CDO and other CLC staff, develops and executes cultivation/solicitation plans for donors in personal portfolio
- In collaboration with the CDO, develops and staffs portfolios for CLC president, CDO, and other executive team members
- Responsible for all aspects of partnership progress: identification, identification of appropriate contact staff, letters of inquiry, proposals, follow up, documentation, ensuring goals are met, reporting.
- Managing all aspects of the individual giving program to ensure giving continues and grows
- Developing and executing an annual giving program that includes direct marketing, measurement of results, key giving opportunities (Giving Tuesday, YE campaign, matching gift campaigns)
- Working with CDO and Development Assistant to develop systems and protocols for managing individual giving relationships; success measures for the individual giving program; and tools in DPO to record and report on those measures
- Manage a personal portfolio of 90-100 individual donors capable of giving $1,000-$100,000
We’re seeking candidates who excel in relationship-building, are results-oriented, and have strong project management skills. You should have:
- A track record of developing and maintaining strong working relationships with and among a diverse group of stakeholders
- A demonstrated commitment to meeting a high bar and a history of getting things done even in the face of obstacles
- Experience managing multiple projects and ability to successfully collaborate with a cadre of colleagues, donors, and volunteers
Experience with c3 and c4 individual solicitations from high net worth individuals; managing a donor portfolio; direct marketing, social media, and development communications; and knowledge of voting rights and similar democracy issues and prior experience in a public interest law firm environment are plusses but are not requirements.
Compensation depends on experience and is highly competitive. CLC offers a a competitive benefits package including 401(k) match, health, vision, dental, short & long term disability, AD&D and life insurance. The Campaign Legal Center is an equal opportunity employer, and we make a particular effort to recruit people of color to apply for open positions.
How to apply
We invite candidates with relevant skills and experience to submit a compelling cover letter and résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Individual Giving Manager" in the subject line. In your cover letter please specifically address your experience with annual campaigns and/or provide examples of your fundraising successes. Please also indicate in your cover letter or email where you saw our advertisement.
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