SickKids Foundation is seeking an energetic, forward-thinking and experienced leader who will work as part of our team to support an ambitious fundraising agenda within what is anticipated to be an historic comprehensive $1.3 billion fundraising campaign for SickKids. The Director, Gift & Estate Planning will provide overall leadership and management for the Foundation’s gift planning strategies and activities designed to engage, cultivate, solicit and acknowledge donors of estate and planned gifts.
AFP Canada (formerly AFP Canadian Council) has become an important vehicle in uniting the AFP community across Canada, while the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy-Canada has become a major force in supporting new programs, initiatives and research through new revenue streams. AFP Canada was incorporated on May 1, 2017, and the inaugural Board of Directors was created in April 2017. The AFP Foundation for Philanthropy – Canada remains a partner with AFP Canada.
As a result of the new Canadian structure, AFP International (IHQ) and AFP Canada are seeking to hire a Vice President, AFP Canada to implement the work of the new structure.
The United Way Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington is seeking a Director, Resource Development to provide strategic leadership and oversight for the continued development and implementation of a year-round multifaceted fundraising program that builds strong relationships with donors and workplaces.
Saint Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, is seeking an experienced and proven leader to serve as our Executive Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will provide organizational leadership and direction to the Foundation. The Executive Director will be accountable to the Foundation’s Board for the performance of the Foundation, setting and achieving multi-year and annual strategic goals in concert with the Board, advancing the mission of Foundation, and supporting the growth and sustainability of Saint Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation.
Reporting to the Chief Development Officer (Queen’s Office of Advancement), with functional accountability to the Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science and the University Librarian, the Executive Director of Development, Faculty of Arts and Science will manage critical donor relationships within a sophisticated portfolio of major and principal gift level benefactors and estates, as well as a small number of corporations and foundations. This portfolio currently generates $4 million annually, with real potential for growth.
The Senior Development Officer plays a lead role in ensuring the success of the Foundation’s Major Gifts effort and will be responsible for advancing the mission of St. Joseph’s Healthcare Foundation by fostering strong relationships with friends and donors, and generating philanthropic support from individuals, corporations and foundations.