Individual Philanthropy Manager position in Pembroke Park, FL
• Design, implement, and manage a comprehensive, proactive development plan focused on expanding and enhancing family foundation and individual gifts through the qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of current and prospective donors in the IPM’s portfolio. • Manage an ambitious portfolio by creating pipeline plans related to each donor, providing appropriate information based on cultivation meetings and evaluating appropriate gift-giving mechanisms to qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward five figure (and sometimes six figure) gifts. • Prepare and develop appropriate proposals based on qualification and cultivation meetings. • Develop an annual giving campaign and affinity groups that align with FSF’s overall marketing calendar and strategic goals and objectives. • Assist with the development and implementation of a robust planned giving program with a variety of philanthropic options that comply with financial planning and tax and charitable gift laws as they relate to planned giving vehicles and methods. • Work closely with Community Engagement and Communications team members to identify individual prospects for annual campaign and major gifts, as well as design materials that align with the organization’s overall message and branding. • Initiate opportunities for the Vice President and President & CEO of FSF, to cultivate and develop relationships with individual and family foundation prospects.
• Bachelor's Degree (CFRE certification preferred). • A minimum of five years demonstrated successful individual or family foundation fundraising experience, with a track record of securing five and six figure gifts. • Knowledge of cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies and techniques, particularly in the areas of individual giving and wealth management. • Excellent persuasive writing, interpersonal, presentation, and negotiation skills to relate to donors, volunteers, and family foundation administrators. • Self-motivated, innovative, and can work with considerable independence within the context of an overall strategy, team environment, and a variety of stakeholders. • Demonstrated ability to take primary responsibility for diverse number of projects and to complete them accurately and timely. • Superior analytical skills, including the ability to interpret financial information and manage data. • Familiarity with financial planning, tax and charitable gift laws and planned giving vehicles and methods. • Knowledge of AFP, BBB, and CFRE guidelines and policies. • Highly literate in Microsoft Office Products (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, etc.) and CRM software (Raiser’s Edge NXT preferred) . • Ability to travel throughout FSF’s service area. • Commitment and adherence to organization mission and values.
We are offer medical, dental, vision, life and supplemental insurances. We also offer Paid Time Off and Holidays
The leading domestic hunger-relief organization in South Florida Serving 25% of Florida’s Food Insecure Population Feeding South Florida is the sole Feeding America food bank serving Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe Counties. We are the largest and most efficient food bank in each of the counties we serve. More than 98% of all donations are put back into the community. For every $1 donated to us, we can provide 6 meals. Through direct-service programs and a network of nonprofit partner agencies, including soup kitchens, food pantries, homeless shelters, and day cares, Feeding South Florida rescues 44 million pounds of food per year, as well as leads hunger and poverty advocacy efforts and provides innovative programming and education.
The Individual Philanthropy Manager (IPM) is responsible for maximizing Feeding South Florida’s (FSF) fundraising efforts through the growth, expansion, and retention of all family foundation and individual prospects and current individual and family foundation donors. The IPM is responsible for researching, identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individual gifts to align benefactor interests with the strategic objectives of FSF, including annual and major gifts. The IPM strengthens existing individual relationships, develops new ones, and establishes long-term partnerships that result in funding for the immediate and long-term goals of FSF.