The Shared Humanity Project is seeking to hire a fundraiser
who has 10 - 20 years experience; is not interested in working for
a big shop; wants to utilize their skills, experience, and
networks; has passion for the work we are doing; and can devote all
their time to one client.
This is a position with a flexible schedule and you can work
from home, wherever you are located.
The organization has raised $1.3M in seed and operating funds
and seeks initially to match that with another $1.3M to help launch
The National Plan to End Poverty.
Experience preferred includes the following:
- Ten+ years securing large grants and major gifts (greater than
- Five+ years of national fundraising experience, across the
philanthropic sector (Foundation, Corporate, Individual,
- Pursuit of non-traditional sources of support
- Awareness of current and innovative funding opportunities
- Working with elected officials (local, state, and/or federal
- Established relationships in the philanthropic sector
The scope of work includes:
- Gaining familiarity with SHP, its goals, and the National Plan
to End Poverty (NP)
- Identifying and discussing funding streams
- Helping to develop, organize, and implement fundraising
- Setting up and attending individual/organization meetings
(traditional and non-traditional)
- Attending in-person and video meetings with the founders
- Setting up small town halls and convenings as appropriate
- Designing and implementing end-of-year fundraising plan
- Reviewing proposals being submitted by SHP team
- Assisting with donor management
The Shared Humanity Project (SHP) puts thoughts into action to
end poverty. We bring together people of all ages, races, and
backgrounds to work toward economic and social change and the
advancement of humanity. Our systemic change model - The National
Plan to End Poverty - redefines and measures what “poverty” means,
offers concrete steps that individuals and organizations can take
to end poverty, and creates a community of actors from all sectors
that works together to create positive change.
SHP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.