Annual Fund Manager
Boston Medical CenterBoston, MA
Working as a member of the Major Gifts and Individual Giving team, the Annual Fund Manager will be responsible for overseeing and building upon Boston Medical Center’s newly launched annual fund program. He/She will contribute to the team’s fundraising goals by managing the strategic planning, execution, and assessment of a robust and multi-pronged annual giving program. This role will oversee an associate/assistant role and report to the Director of Major Gifts & Individual Giving.
Essential Responsibilities / Duties:
- Demonstrated ability to execute strategies around acquisition of new donors and retainment/upgrading of existing ones. Experience in segmentation strategies and LYBUNT/SYBUNT retention required.
- Oversee BMC’s Exceptional Neighbor Circle, the recognition society for annual fund donors at the $1K-$25K level through mass communications, special programs, and events
- Work with providers on department-specific appeals targeted at acquiring/retaining grateful patient donors and have an understanding of HIPAA compliance in fundraising outreach
- Partner with the Development Communications team on implementation of annual fund solicitation and stewardship digital and mailed outreach.
- Manage Development Associate/Assistant who will do individualized outreach to low-level donors to renew upgrade as well as other tasks around the annual fund as assigned.
- Ability to analyze data and reports in RE/NXT and leverage trends to do targeted outreach; liaise with Prospect Research on potential major gift leads that come through annual fund mailings
- Draft annual fund stewardship reports, acknowledgment letters, and other written materials as necessary. Manage vendor relationships that support annual fund activities.
- Participate in annual program planning, goal setting, and assessment.
- Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred, not required
At least 5-7 years relevant experience
Knowledge and Skills:
- Demonstrated success with managing annual fund programs.
- Excellent writing and interpersonal communications skills
- Proven track record in working within complex programs managing multiple demands, and balance evolving needs.
- Proven ability to make decisions, work independently, and as a team player
- Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters
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