Community Philanthropy Coordinator-Corporate and Comunity Relations

Food Bank
Community Philanthropy Coordinator-Corporate and Comunity Relations

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, with first review on July 18, 2022.

A cover letter is required for consideration.

This position is currently remote with preference for candidates residing in Oregon or SW Washington.

The pay range for this role is $61,076 - $68,928

Note: Proof of COVID-19 fully vaccination status or exception per OFB policy will be required as a condition of employment.

Out-of-state selected candidates will be required to relocate to the Oregon/SW Washington area within 30 days of their start date.

Who You Are:

You are motivated by OFB’s 10 Year Vision. You care deeply about community, and about people experiencing hunger. You are committed to disrupting systemic social patterns that promote hunger, such as racism, sexism, and cissexism. You take the time to read the entire job description, and if you apply we’ll honor your time with a prompt response.

Position Summary

As the Community Philanthropy Developer - Corporate & Community Relations will join a dedicated team focused on resourcing an end to hunger and hunger’s root causes through corporate and community partnerships. You believe in a values-based approach to relationship management and will passionately work towards making Oregon Food Bank a political home for donors. You will contribute to designing resource mobilization and relationship development programs rooted in equity through portfolio development and management, project management, partner events management in the Developer capacity.

Opportunity type
Fundraising / Development
Job responsibilities

Primary Responsibilities:

Successfully engage, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of approximately 70-80 corporate partners with a focus on deepening relationships and advancing OFB’s mission.

Responsible for all aspects of portfolio management, including: planning, implementing, and assessing relationship and resource development activities.

Cultivate/Steward donor relationships and design solutions for complex partnerships that meet the needs of OFB, our community, and our donors, using an equity lens.

Raise awareness of OFB’s mission and promote new corporate and community partnerships and resource-generation initiatives.

Identify and qualify potential partners; envision creative co-branding opportunities; and ensure successful proposal development and submission for current donors and prospective partners.

Provide onsite and offsite support for OFB events and activities.

Ensure each donor experience with OFB is consistent and high quality.

Efficiently manage direct interaction with donors, both in and out of the office, helping donors fulfill their passions and interests through their giving to OFB.

Develop and deliver public presentations.

Help lead, develop and manage projects

Organizational Responsibilities:

Be an ambassador and leader for OFB’s vision and mission, a cross-departmental collaborator, and an active contributor to building a movement to end hunger for good.

In consultation and coordination with the supervisor, actively contribute to:
Cross-departmental efforts
Work culture activities and programming
Advisory and consultative groups such affinity groups, Equity Ambassadors, Equity Think Tank meetings, among others

Proactively develop knowledge and skills that strengthen your capacity for your specific role as well as your capacity to contribute and advance OFB’s goals, vision and mission.

Application qualifications

Skills and Experiences of the Ideal Candidate:

Minimum of three years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, with progressive responsibility and a proven record of securing visits with prospective donors, soliciting, closing, and stewarding major gifts; at least two years of corporate relations experience preferred.

Minimum of three years of experience managing mid to major gifts

Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication and presentation skills.

Strong organizational skills.

Ability to develop long-term plans, set objectives, and track progress towards achieving objectives.

Experience in modeling intercultural competence and demonstrated commitment to equity, inclusion and social justice work.

Willingness to innovate, problem solve and seek innovative solutions.

Demonstrated ability to think strategically, take initiative and use good judgment; ability to maintain confidentiality.

Project management and organization skills; ability to manage multiple projects with attention to detail; ability to handle interruptions, maintain focus on tasks and produce timely, accurate work.

Ability to work independently and as part of a team; comfortable working in an office environment and offsite.

Collaborative approach and a strong team-oriented style.

Proficiency with office technology and information systems (including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) and donor databases, preferably Raiser’s Edge.

Dedicated to ending hunger and its root causes.

Must be available for some weekend and evening responsibilities.

Committed to a workplace that values and respects differences of race, ethnicity, age, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, ability.

Preferred Qualifications:

Commitment to continued professional development to strengthen capacity to work through an equity lens for social justice.

Familiarity with the concepts of moves management preferred.

Experience working for a food bank or non-profit.

Personal living/lived experience of systemic inequity/oppression.

Proficiency in a language other than English, bi-lingual and bi-cultural skills.

Experience working for a food bank, non-profit and/or personal lived experience of inequity/oppression.


A comprehensive benefits package is provided.

How to apply

Please apply directly through our website

About the organization

Who We Are:

Oregon Food Bank Oregon Food Bank (OFB) believes that no one should be hungry. Our mission is to eliminate hunger and its root causes. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and especially encourage you to apply if you can bring personal experience with hunger and/or systemic inequity/oppression to our team. Please visit our website to read more about our commitment to equity.

You will join a growing 40+ member department focused on developing relationships with community members that extend beyond money. We strive to inspire, engage, and recognize Oregon Food Bank donors, since the true meaning of philanthropy is a love for humankind and any voluntary action for the common good. Together we design practices and policies that reflect philanthropy’s potential as a more just institution. We work closely together to raise funds that support the important work of Oregon Food Bank in meeting direct needs right now and also to reach our 10 Year Vision.

Additional information

Fine Print:

Work is performed in an office environment while sitting at a computer screen for extended periods. Periodically walk throughout the facility (warehouse and office) to communicate with staff and check on the status of projects. May occasionally lift, move and carry objects from 20 to 40 pounds, such as boxes containing office and other supplies. Crouching, bending, kneeling and reaching when filing. May occasionally work outside normal working hours and occasional out of town travel and driving your personal vehicle for various projects as needed.

Background Check:

This position does not require a criminal background check.

1. Nonexempt classification refers to workers that are entitled to a minimum wage and overtime pay at a rate not less than one and one-half times the regular rate of pay after 40 hours of work in a workweek. They do not; 1) Supervise two or more full-time employees or four part-time employees regularly; 2) Are responsible for managing at least part of a business; 3) Play an important role in the job status of other employees, including hiring and delegating tasks; nor 1) Perform office or non-manual work directly related to the business operations or management of an organization and its customers; and 2) Exercise independent judgment and discretion over important business decisions.