OMNI is honored to be retained by Children International to assist with the search for a Regional Director of Philanthropy - Midwest to join their organization.
Children International is a $145 million international humanitarian organization that addresses global poverty at the root cause level by working directly with children and youth around the world. This progressive organization develops and delivers programs based on four pillars: health, education, empowerment and employment. Their core belief is investing in children and youth for the first two decades of their lives is the single best answer to breaking the cycle of poverty, especially generational poverty.
As a key member of the Global Philanthropy team, the Regional Director of Philanthropy will provide overall direction for the major gift programs in the Midwest territory that help to ensure the growth and vitality of Children International. The Regional Director of Philanthropy is responsible for building a portfolio of major gift prospects and donors from individuals, private foundations and organizations.
Reporting to the National Director of Philanthropy, the Regional Director of Philanthropy role will have a strong emphasis on discovering and developing new relationships and funding partnerships. This includes, but is not limited to, making personal visits and written solicitations, hosting introductory events, editing proposals and reports, timely correspondence and reporting, and initiating meetings with individuals and private foundation prospects and donors. The ideal candidate is a dynamic and engaging fundraiser who can use effective techniques and resources to articulate clear and compelling cases for supporting Children International’s transformative mission.
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Inquiries about the position may be directed to Michelle Anderson at 913. 653. 8067
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