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Strategic Partnerships Officer, Immigrant Justice

Abundant Futures Fund
New York, United States
$95,000.00 - $125,000.00
Closing date
Dec 15, 2023

About the Strategic Partnerships Officer

Abundant Futures Fund is seeking a highly motivated and results-driven individual to assume the role of Strategic Partnerships Officer. The Strategic Partnerships Officer will have a unique opportunity to inspire and secure unprecedented support for immigrant justice as they lead the Fund’s pursuit of its $100 million fundraising goal. This position will focus on the donor- or client-facing aspects of AFF's work including donor engagement, donor experience, and all aspects of the collaborative's fundraising.

The Strategic Partnerships Officer will work in close collaboration with the Executive Director to identify, engage, solicit, and steward new donors for the Fund. Candidates should have demonstrated success in developing and maintaining relationships with a variety of audiences, have a knowledge of and interest in social justice movements, and be eager to bring both of these to a nascent organization. This is a new position that would bring the Fund’s staff size to four.

This is a fully remote position, with opportunities for in-person collaboration in the NYC metro area.


About Abundant Futures Fund

Abundant Futures Fund (AFF) is a new funder collaborative launched to widen the circle of donors supporting the immigrant justice movement by raising $100 million in the next five years. This is the first national effort of this magnitude focused on increasing resources for immigration issues. The Fund was founded in 2022 by the Emerson Collective, Ford Foundation, and JPB Foundation, who committed a total of $60 million.

At AFF, we believe there are abundant resources and opportunities in the United States for both immigrants and those born in this country to thrive. We also believe that, even in a highly polarized political environment, we can work together toward our shared goals to create meaningful change. As a grantmaking organization, we focus on finding and funding opportunities that can enhance the lives of immigrants today while also laying the tracks for transformative change on immigration.

AFF is a fiscally-sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.


Key responsibilities

 Prospect Management

  • Serve as a thought-partner to the Executive Director in developing in-depth, multi-step engagement strategies for prospective donors to the Fund. Drive and manage all engagement activities (outreach, meetings, events) to methodically move these prospective donors toward a solicitation
  • Support the Executive Director in facilitating prompt relationship management with prospects, including preparing correspondence, talking points, meeting agendas, and briefing memos  
  • Oversee the Fund’s prospect pipeline, using it as a tool to track prospect engagement and to ensure there is a requisite volume of activity to achieve the Fund’s $100 million fundraising goal
  • Lead the development of tailored collateral materials that will educate and inspire prospective donors about the mission and work of the Fund (one-pagers, presentation decks, proposals, brochures, etc.)
  • Identify and research potential new high-value donors to the Fund whose philanthropic priorities align with the Fund’s mission; create profiles for new prospects to inform engagement strategies and tactics

 Donor Engagement

  • Collaborate with officers and executives from the Fund’s founding donors to identify and engage new prospective donors
  • Support the Executive Director in the timely stewardship of new and current donors; provide regular fundraising updates to the Fund’s donors
  • Support engagement with donors that aligns with how they want to be involved in the donor collaborative (e.g., develop annual impact report, newsletters, etc.)
  • Collaborate with AFF staff to develop and plan unique, impactful, and high-touch events that will fortify donors’ participation and investment in the immigrant justice movement


  • 5-7 years’ experience in a donor- or client-facing environment, including, but not limited to, fundraising, strategic partnerships, donor advising, or impact investing
  • Strong communicator who can build and maintain meaningful relationships and a productive rapport with a variety of stakeholders, including donors, executives, consultants, and a small internal team
  • Demonstrated track record of success in project management, with a keen attention to detail, comfort and confidence in managing up, and strong sense of ownership and responsibility in driving activity and results
  • Knowledge of the U.S. social justice ecosystem, with expertise and/or an understanding of at least one substantive issue area, e.g., racial justice, gender justice, reproductive justice, criminal justice, human rights, LGBTQI+ rights. Immigrant justice expertise preferred.
  • Adept writer with ability to synthesize complex ideas into digestible donor-facing content
  • Enthusiastic about a start-up environment and all that entails, including flexibility and equanimity in the face of your own administrative needs (calendaring, expense reports, etc.)


Compensation and benefits

Compensation for the Strategic Partnerships Officer ranges from $95,000-$125,000, depending on experience level. Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors offers a competitive benefits package including health coverage, retirement benefits, paid sick leave, vacation and holidays, tuition reimbursement, and access to professional development resources.


To apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors celebrates the uniqueness of our staff, our partners, and the communities we serve. We are committed to inclusion with the goal of cultivating a culture of belonging and acceptance. We strive to embed this value in our philanthropic work to advance a more just, equitable, and sustainable world.

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