The Project Manager for Fundraising is a virtual volunteer position that reports directly to the Founder/C.E.O. of Haiti Now. The P.M. of Fundraising will be responsible for managing, coordinating and improving on and standardizing all aspects of fundraising (Overall Fundraising Plan, general fundraising teams, grant writing teams, grant research teams, donor relations management, peer-to-peer campaign management, major gifts and corporate and strategic management teams) while working with other Fundraising P.M.s and Project Managers from other core functions in order to realize the Fundraising goals of the organization.
Holds Fundraising team responsible for achieving milestones
Develops, updates and refines Fundraising Plan
Evaluates fundraising campaign and deals with feedback to optimize results
Advises C.E.O. and Board members on fundraising activities and resource needs
Onboards, manages and engages Fundraising team members
Leads Fundraising team meetings to coordinate Fundraising efforts and take feedback
Partners with Marketing, H.R. and other core teams to advance fundraising goals
Focuses on social media and donor research
Focuses on administration and documentation of processes.
Perform other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s required, Finance background preferred
2 years experience with managing Fundraising with non-profits preferred
Certification as a Project Management Professional (P.M.P.) or relevant on-the-job experience in Project Management required
Knowledge and familiarity with grant research, grant writing areas as well as partnering with institutional donors preferred
Minimum volunteer hours expected: 15 hrs per week
Fluent in spoken and written English, able to communicate clearly and consistently
Reliable internet connection a must
Motivated self starter with the ability to work independently with purpose and accuracy in a fast-paced environment
Proficiency with Google Suite Apps such as Drive, Sheets, etc.
Familiarity with or quick adoption of Trello and Slack tools important
To see girls in domestic servitude overcome extreme poverty, heal emotional trauma, and live rewarding lives.
Haiti-Now is dedicated to empowering Haitian girls living in domestic servitude to overcome poverty and exploitation to achieve economic security.