The Manager, Institutional Giving & Donor Communications is responsible for leading and contributing to the Fund Development teams efforts for government, private and public foundation fundraising as well as developing donor communications for government, foundation, individual and corporate supporters. Suited for someone who can effectively communicate the importance of city building, the arts and ensuring that artists have financial support and access to tools and expertise to help sustain their career while living in a competitive and expensive city, this role is vital to the success of the Toronto Artscape Foundation.
Reporting to the Executive Director, Toronto Artscape Foundation, the Manager, Institutional Giving & Donor Communications collaborates closely with various Artscape departments that are directly involved with capital projects and key programming elements to meet strategic departmental objectives, including leading the research for and development of grant applications and funding proposals, reporting and donor stewardship materials. In addition, they contribute to and sometimes lead internal cross-departmental project teams as requested.
The Toronto Artscape Foundation delivers a suite of integrated annual and capital campaigns that raise vital contributions in support of projects, programs and services that create conditions for artists to thrive. This position contributes to a team that raises over $5M in cash annually from all three levels of government, public foundations and agencies, private foundations and individuals, as well as the corporate sector.
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We love creatives and creativity!
Join our team and be part of an organization that positively transforms the community through co-creation. Artscape is an urban development organization and global leader in creative placemaking. We have community cultural hubs throughout Toronto. The core of our work focuses on developing real estate projects, programs and services to empower artists and connect them to communities. As a not-for-profit organization based in Toronto since 1986, we collaborate with artists, community leaders, public policy advocates, philanthropists and urban developers, so that our work builds value for everybody. As a team member, you will contribute to the wide range of work we do for the community.
Artscape is dedicated to hiring employees who reflect the diverse communities we serve in Toronto.
In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, accommodation will be provided at any point throughout the hiring process, provided the candidate makes their accommodation needs known to Artscape. For more information, please see our Accessible Customer Service policy.
We will hold ourselves and each other accountable through word and action with the assurance that every member of the Artscape community be treated equitably, with dignity and respect. As an employer, as staff, as leaders and community members, we will act in an inclusive manner at all times and with mutual respect of individuals’ rights to be understood and heard.
We believe equity, diversity and inclusion creates a culture that embraces the uniqueness of individuals and is representative of the Canadian population and are resolute in cultivating an environment where all people are respected and their differences are embraced.
We do not condone or tolerate behaviour that undermines the dignity of any individual. Expressions of hate such as intimidation, harassment, offensiveness or hostility will not be tolerated.
We stand firm in our commitment to the erasure of and fight against all forms of discrimination and harassment, including but not limited to: Islamophobia, anti- Semitism, xenophobia, sexism, anti-Black racism, classism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, ageism and anti-indigenous rhetoric and remarks.
We further commit to the creation and enforcement of open and inclusive spaces, free of hate and all forms of oppression.
We will support the growth, awareness and understanding of our most marginalized and racialized communities and will promote and encourage open dialogue that does not infringe of the rights of others or cause harm.
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