|Food Bank Name||Mid-Ohio FoodBank
Grove City, OH
|Post Date||February 17, 2017|
|Job Title||Vice President, Development|
|Description||Vice President, Development position available in Grove City, OH|
The new Vice President will:
Key Job Functions
Philanthropic Strategy and Planning:
Executive Team Collaboration:
|Deadline||March 31, 2017|
|How to Apply||
The Mid-Ohio Foodbank is being assisted in this search by Benefactor Group. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. All applications will be considered highly confidential. For the complete job profile, visit: https://benefactorgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/MOFB-Position-Profile.pdf To apply, please send cover letter and resume to: HR@benefactorgroup.com. Candidates are urged to visit the MOF website at: http://www.midohiofoodbank.org
|About the Organization||
The Mid-Ohio Foodbank works each day to end hunger one nourishing meal at a time and to co-create a sustainable community where everyone thrives. Understanding that hunger is a community challenge that requires a community solution, we are steadfast in our pledge to make sure that no one goes hungry and that hungry families can count on another meal. For more than 35 years, Mid-Ohio Foodbank has served the needs of people across central and eastern Ohio. In 1980, our first year, we distributed just 205,200 pounds of food. Today, the organization handles more than 66.5 million pounds annually. Through partnerships with more than 650 member agencies, we provide more than 149,000 meals every day. We are committed to creating food access points on all levels. We do this as we continue our work in ending the line—co-creating with the community, innovative ways to serve the whole person, understanding that hunger does not exist in isolation. We also work to mobilize the public to support what we do through donations, advocacy, and volunteerism. Where you come in is our way of being, or how we organize ourselves to do this work.
Our bold vision of a hunger free and healthier community requires an innovative and proactive fundraising leader and team. We are looking for a leader to build, foster, and guide our dynamic development team in creative and collaborative ways to mobilize and inspire others toward achieving a $14+ million fundraising goal.
Reporting to the President/Chief Executive Officer, the VP position is a member of the organization’s executive team and will also be a face of Mid-Ohio Foodbank (MOF) to the community. The Vice President, Development is responsible for creating an organization-wide culture of philanthropy while planning, directing, and implementing comprehensive fundraising efforts/initiatives that generate individual, foundation, and corporate philanthropic support for MOF.
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