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Institute for Community Living, New York, NY
The Institute for Community Living (ICL) is investing in its private philanthropy program, beginning with a new Vice President of Development. ICL seeks an experienced, ambitious fundraiser to build an individual giving program and oversee all development efforts.
About the Position
The Vice President of Development will be responsible for the development and implementation of a long-range and short-range strategy for raising funds to support ICL’s programs, with a particular focus on starting an individual giving program. The VP of Development will report to the Chief External Relations Officer while working closely with the CEO, the Board of Directors, and senior program staff. They will oversee a Development Associate and receive support from a Communications Associate.
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REACH Beyond Domestic Violence, Inc., Waltham, MA
REACH is seeking candidates for the Board of Directors. REACH is a nonprofit, community based organization working with survivors of domestic violence to foster safety and support while engaging communities to promote healthy relationships. Board members are active participants in carrying out the mission of REACH.
Directors are volunteers. They are ambassadors and champions for REACH. Directors attend monthly meetings, provide leadership and involvement to at least one standing committee, support fundraising programs and initiatives, and offer helpful advice and counsel to help meet and exceed REACH’s objectives and goals. Directors serve two year terms with the opportunity to continue.
REACH provides free, confidential support to survivors of domestic violence. We operate a shelter and answer hotline calls 24/7 for people in crisis or anyone with questions. We assist survivors in the community with emotional support, safety planning, court accompaniment, housing, and other needs. We also provide therapy for children and teens who have witnessed or experienced domestic violence, and specialized support for their parents. Our prevention team trains a wide variety of organizations and communities, including police departments, medical professionals, social service agencies, businesses and corporations (and their employees), schools (staff and students), and faith organizations on how to recognize and prevent abuse, and promote healthy relationships. Through this work, REACH serves more than 7,000 people annually, including women, men, people of all races and ethnicities, survivors of all ages, and people who are LGBQT.
Our service area includes 27 cities and towns north and west of Boston. More information at www.reachma.org.
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