Founded in 1933 by Pasadena residents dedicated to women's health, Planned Parenthood Pasadena & San Gabriel Valley is not only among the oldest Planned Parenthood affiliates—we're also one of the fastest growing. Today, we see 60,000 patient visits per year and deliver over 11,000 opportunities for sex and relationship education in our schools and colleges. Our service area includes 24 communities in Northeast Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley, from Glendale to Glendora and from the I-10 freeway to the San Gabriel Mountains. As the area's most trusted provider of sexual and reproductive health care, we provide a broad range of healthcare services including contraception, cancer screenings, abortion care, STI testing and treatment, HIV prevention medications and transgender care.
Why Join Us?
Our team of 130 is highly engaged, passionate about our mission and hungry to learn and grow. Over the next 2-3 years we will be growing to over 200 employees, expanding our education programs, rolling out new healthcare services, and opening new health centers in order to serve more people and communities across our service area. People are our #1 asset and we are shifting our culture to that of a talent-driven organization. From your first day on the job, you’ll be immersed in a hands-on, hit-the-ground running experience. Every day will come with unique challenges – but rest assured you’ll never be alone in handling them – our team has each other’s backs. Beyond a meaningful career and an excellent benefits package, we offer career development opportunities and a supportive work culture.
The Development Manager is responsible for identifying, cultivating and soliciting annual gifts of $1000+ for our mid-level giving program, Leadership Circle (LC), to enhance the sustainability of Planned Parenthood Pasadena & San Gabriel Valley’s programs and services. The Development Manager is responsible for the successful completion of the PP Advocates (PPA) fundraiser. The Development Manager is responsible for managing relationships with approximately 400 donors and prospects and reaches an annual goal of $350,000 (LC) and $150,000 (PPA) respectively.
Adheres to a performance-based culture to maximize fundraising.
Manages Leadership Circle (LC) giving program and Committee and serves as a primary donor relationship manager with a prospect portfolio of 400 individuals of $1000 and above perceived giving capacity with an annual goal of $350,000. This goal may be adjusted annually.
Develops and executes a program to identify, cultivate and solicit new prospects in close collaboration with the Director of Development, prioritizing pathways to new and diverse donor communities and industry groups.
Effectively employs meaningful cultivation strategies to motivate and influence donors to support PPPSGV, including solicitation and stewardship of donors using all forms of communication such as written solicitations, phone calls, tours, and one-on-one meetings, while working independently or in partnership with leadership staff and volunteers.
Manages and executes event logistics for annual LC events and the flagship fundraiser for PP Advocates; including supporting the Patron Committee efforts and coordinating with the Development Data Coordinator and Director of Development.
Collaborates with individual team members and identifies as a part of the development team to work collectively towards strategic team goals.
Develops and tests strategies to improve donor retention, upgrade giving, and identify and acquire new donors.
Participates in building processes, a pipeline and stewardship practices for program fundraising (donors $1,000+).
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Medical, dental, and vision options for you and eligible dependents
Free basic life/AD & D policy with additional coverage options
401 (k) plan with employer match after one year
Flexible Spending account
Optional AFLAC coverage
Generous vacation and paid holiday benefits
Free medical services for employees
Employee Assistance Program
Monthly office celebrations
Language differential opportunities
Pet friendly work environment
PPPSGV is an equal opportunity employer.
For more information about Planned Parenthood Pasadena & San Gabriel Valley: www.pppsgv.org
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible fundraising and organizational experience within a multifaceted charitable institutional environment.
Strong knowledge of the principles, ethics, and practices of successful fundraising concepts and appropriate solicitation techniques including planned giving.
Demonstrated success in soliciting and securing $1000+ gifts from individuals.
About Planned Parenthood Pasadena & San Gabriel Valley
We have a history of growth and expansion.
We have strong operations and a solid financial position.
We are a leader in California and nationally.
We have a strong team of experienced leaders and we value and invest in leadership.
We value and embrace diversity and are working to advance diversity, equity and inclusion across the organization.
We hope you join us!