Why Planned Parenthood?
Working at Planned Parenthood of the
Great Northwest, Hawai’i, Alaska, Indiana and Kentucky is more than
a job. It provides the opportunity to contribute to our powerful
mission and perform meaningful work.
As an organization, we are focused on equity, diversity and
inclusion. Specifically, we recognize that profound racism impacts
the education, health and well-being of people in our communities
and we are actively working to address all forms of oppression. We
believe our employees should reflect the diversity of the
populations we serve, including racial and ethnic diversity. People
of color are strongly urged to apply.
About this position:
The Development Officer - Philanthropy maintains and actively grows
a portfolio of major donors; communicates personally with donors
about areas of interest and the Planned Parenthood case for
support; solicits gifts or pledged bequests from major donors; and
thanks donors in thoughtful, creative ways; develops individualized
cultivation plans for all donors in portfolio, works with other
development team members to actively move donors up into this major
donor portfolio, and identifies and cultivates other prospective
networks/groups in the assigned state or area.
Salary range:$59,370 to $89,055 annually, based on
This role is hybrid/remote but must be located in Idaho. Travel may
be necessary for team meetings, potential donors, etc.
What you’ll be doing:
- Develops strategies to ensure the effective and timely
cultivation and solicitation of major gifts and/or planned giving
- Cultivate and steward assigned donor portfolio in accordance
with established team standards and metrics.
- Keeps top prospects informed, interested, and involved.
- Solicits current and prospective major donors.
- Prepares written materials, including volunteer correspondence,
major donor proposals or planned giving proposals.
- Works cooperatively and collaboratively with regional
volunteers and staff.
- Utilizes senior staff and board members or other volunteers in
major donor activities as appropriate, including assigning
thank-you calls and preparing talking points on PP news.
- Tracks moves management and solicitation in department
- Conducts prospect research as needed.
- Serves as effective spokesperson of Planned Parenthood by
establishing knowledge on current local and national issues related
to the mission.
- Works with other members of the Development team to ensure
accurate donor records, pledged bequests, and gift acknowledgement
- Coordinates and organizes special stewardship events by
identifying potential guests; developing announcements and
invitations; making and coordinating arrangements; preparing
talking points for speakers; and supervising activities.
- Maintains job knowledge by attending meetings and trainings as
- Assumes other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.
We’ll trust you to:
- Adhere to the PPGNHAIK code of conduct and all policies,
procedures and protocols.
- Demonstrate and maintains a high degree of
- Take action to support the affiliate’s commitment to equity,
diversity and inclusion.
- Support and act in accordance with the PPGNHAIK customer
- Value continuous learning and seek ongoing training and
You’ll need to have:
Education: BA/BS in related field
Experience: A minimum of four years fundraising experience,
including some major donor cultivation and solicitation.
Certification: CFRE preferred.
Proof of completed
COVID-19 Vaccinations and Proof of recent Influenza Vaccine is
required prior to starting employment with PPGNHAIK.
Please click below to submit an application and resume. Once your
information has been reviewed by our recruitment team, we will
reach out by telephone and email to schedule an interview for all
qualified applicants. Please continue to check your spam folder for
all email communications that may come from our organization.
Equal Opportunity Employment:
PPGNHAIK is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to recruit
persons of diverse backgrounds and to support their retention and
advancement within the organization. Justice is one of our core
values, and we are committed to fostering a workplace culture
inclusive of people with respect to their race, ethnicity, national
origin, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic
status, veteran status, marital status, age, disabilities,
political affiliation, religious beliefs or any other
characteristic. Our commitment to justice and diversity also means
providing a work environment that is welcoming, respectful and
Racism deeply impacts the health and wellbeing of our communities,
compounding existing disparities and creating intersectional
barriers. We strive to name and address these barriers through
community engagement and assessment, relevant and effective policy
creation, and organizational accountability methods. We support
initiatives that address all forms of oppression, however,
maintaining an explicit focus on race is essential to advancing
equity across our communities. Improving outcomes for people of
color will improve outcomes for everyone.