Director of Philanthropy, Aquilino Cancer Center

Rockville, MD
May 24, 2019
Jun 27, 2019
Full Time
The Directory of Philanthropy for the Aquilino Cancer Center will report to the System Philanthropy Leader and the Cancer Governance Council. The Director of Philanthropy will work in collaboration with AHC philanthropy leadership creating short and long- term strategies to ensure the organization's growth and success. He/She will also be responsible for noticing and solving any types of issues that might hamper the organization's growth and success. In addition, the Director of Philanthropy has the duty of overseeing certain internal procedures within the organization to ensure progress.

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Develop, plan, coordinate and assure implementation of a strategic plan that focuses on strategies to develop donors and their contributions in support of the organization. Can focus on fundraising as well as a future capital campaign that is informed by a careful analysis of past giving patterns and trends, the results of a philanthropic marketing study, and a bold vision for future success.

Develop and execute initiatives to significantly expand major gift-level philanthropic support from grateful patients and other prominent individuals who value the important role ACC plays in the community.

Maintain a portfolio of current major and principal gift donors and prospective donors, and set and achieve ambitious personal fundraising goals.

Build strong, cooperative and productive relationships with current and prospective donors and other key stakeholders at ACC including: the hospital president and senior executives; Cancer Governance Council; Foundation board members; physicians; and corporate partners

Maintain accountability and compliance standards for donors and funding sources.

Foster a culture of philanthropy and ensure that fund development is executed in keeping with the organizations mission, vision, values and plans.

Work closely with the SGMC Foundation Board of Directors and provide staff leadership for planning, board development, recruitment, volunteer engagement and financial reporting.

Other duties as assigned

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