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Thispositionserves the CommonSpirit Health Philanthropy Department with a specific focus on the CommonSpirit Health Foundation to develop grant proposals for health equity. The position interfaces with grant development staff in the 82 affiliated fundraising foundations, as well as subsidiaries, such as Dignity Health Medical Foundation, to write proposals that will seek funding to support health equity programs throughout CommonSpirit. The Grants Manager will work closely with the Director of Grant Development to develop partnerships with government organizations, private foundations, corporate foundations, and other potential funding partners. The Grants Manager will work collaboratively with the Vice President of the CommonSpirit Health Foundation to understand health equity needs and develop targeted proposals aimed at advancing the health and well-being of patients, vulnerable individuals, and communities served by our hospitals and care centers.
- Identify funding opportunities acrossa broad range of donors and funding organizations.
- Analyzeandassessprospects,prepare grant opportunities and support program development and promotion of evidence-based and best
- Serveas the lead grant writer for proposals and cases for support for health equity
- Buildsandmaintainsstrong, collaborative relationships with CommonSpirit Health Foundation leadership, chief philanthropy officers, foundation staff, and colleagues across the organization, including other departments, to help facilitate a culture of
- Coordinatewithpost-award team to ensure fund stewardship and post-award
- Creates, manages and maintains tools for tracking grant efforts to measure productivity and fundraising
- SupportstheDirectorof GrantsDevelopmentandotherexecutive leadersonthedevelopmentandimplementationofgrant
Serves as a member of the Foundation development staff responsible for growing and maintaining a comprehensive major gifts program focused on attracting gifts in excess of $10,000 (or the defined major gift threshold). The manager builds strong relationships with major giving donors and prospects and actively develops a major giving pipeline of larger gifts and increased revenue.
This position manages the grant programs for Marian Regional Medical Center Foundation, French Hospital Medical Center Foundation, and Arroyo Grande Community Hospital Foundation.
Responsible for managing a grant fundraising program to support the fundraising goals set forth by the Foundation leadership. Grant fundraising program includes: conducting prospect research; writing and preparing grant proposals to private foundations, corporations, and government agencies; and coordinating the submission of grant reports to funders.
Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Manages a grants fundraising plan for private, corporate, and government grants, in accordance with Foundation's annual fundraising objectives.
- Conducts grant-seeking prospect research on private foundations, corporations, and government agengies for possible grant opportunities, in accordance with the hospital's strategic plan or fundraising initiatives.
- Prepares proposals for solication, includes heavy grant writing, light budget development, good knowledge of SMART objectives and evaluation methodologies. As needed, works with Program Managers to develop grant-ready programs for solicitation.
- Monitors progress on grant-funded programs, in close collaboration with assigned program manager. Responsible for obtaining reporting information from program managers in order to submit interim and final grant reports to funders. Ensures program managers submit data reports, where required.
About Barrow Neurological Foundation
The Barrow Neurological Foundation provides philanthropic support of Barrow Neurological Institute, an international leader in the treatment, research, and education of brain and spinal diseases, conditions and injuries. The Foundation’s mission is simple: to be the catalyst of our donors’ passion for transformation by providing the resources for Barrow Neurological Institute to achieve its mission of saving human lives through innovative treatment, groundbreaking, curative research and educating the next generation of the world’s leading neuro clinicians. Learn more: www.supportbarrow.org. Position Summary: The Philanthropy Operations and CRM Manager is responsible for overall Customer Relationship Management (CRM) operations and administrative management to support philanthropy activities of the Foundation. Provides administrative management for the foundation office. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Directs and manages CRM system, data collection, training and related activities including donor data base management. Specifics include – gift processing, acknowledgement letters, daily reporting, screening and donor updates.
- Provides analysis and reporting of CRM related activities to support philanthropy activities. Including historical reporting, forward looking projections and scorecard metrics. Evaluation and enhancement of existing reports as well as the development of new tools.
- Directs and manages data entry/donor management coordinator personnel functional activities.
- Serves as CRM subject matter expert within the Foundation and represents the Foundation on system teams.
Experienced, take-charge professional with the ability to provide the vision, strategy and leadership in securing high value major gifts to support the Ivy Brain Tumor Center. The Principal Gift Officer will be responsible for securing 4-6 gifts at $1 million and above to generate $6 million in revenue annually. This funding will be critical to the sustainability and success of the Ivy Brain Tumor Center, and central in its ability to cure brain cancer within the decade. Learn more, Ivy Brain Tumor Center.
You must be a highly energetic professional with a track record of building donor relationships and consistently closing gifts in the seven-figure or above range. Must have experience working with national profile fundraising activities while reaching prospects from a broad geographic base. Must exhibit passion for, and experience with, large and impactful initiatives that have had the potential for impacting our society as a whole. Must be able to develop strong personal relationships with key donors enabling these donors to achieve their philanthropic goals along with aligning those goals with the goals of the Ivy Brain Tumor Center. Must also be capable of building strong internal relationship with the clinical staff of the Ivy Brain Tumor Center to leverage their experience and influence to close gifts in addition to gaining alignment with the founder of the Ivy Foundation to understand and adopt the overall philanthropic philosophy.
The Principal Gift Officer should also have a passion for non-profit organizations and experience with aligning their individual and group-managed efforts with the mission of the organization.
Principal Gift Officer Responsibilities:
- The goal is to close 4-6 gifts at $1 million and above generating a minimum of $6 million in revenue annually supporting the Ivy Brain Tumor Center.
- Ask for 20 or more principal gifts and manage a pipeline of 50 or more qualified prospects while qualifying 10 new prospects each year.
- Identify all prospects within the database with the capacity to donate $1 million or more.
- Effectively move a portfolio of prospects through the complete giving cycle of validation, engagement, cultivation, solicitation, gift negotiation and stewardship.
- Develop a solicitation plan for each prospect and migrate and qualify new prospects through the cultivation process.
- Develop background materials and profiles for prospects and create briefing docs in anticipation of working with prospects through the cultivation process. Meet with the President of BNF to determine best strategies for cultivation including the use of internal and external contacts.
- Utilize a CRM system to track and cultivate donors and prospects.
- Identify and share best practices from other health systems on their principal gift program, especially stewardship activities with $1 million plus donors.
- Conceptualize events that could be used to steward and cultivate principal gift prospects.
- Conceptualize communication strategies that could be helpful in qualifying, cultivating and stewarding principal gift prospects.
- Manage the ongoing relationship and stewardship of major donors including the proper execution of pledge programs, reporting and tracking of progress towards the donor’s intent.
- Review, revise and submit budgets for all activities and work closely with the VP of Operations to forecast pipeline revenue on a monthly basis.
- Work closely with the Manager of Prospect Management to plan, track and report the progress of all prospects through the cultivation cycle.
- Integrate with physicians and researchers at IBTC to both understand critical funding needs and, in turn, translate those needs into compelling narratives that attract the proper funding.