Fund Development Coordinator
Our Vision: A community where all people can reach their full potential in supportive and caring environments.
Our Mission: Enrich the lives of individuals with a range of physical and developmental abilities to experience a full life.
Core Values: Transparency | Innovation | Excellence | Person Centred | Accountability
Hopewell is a not-for-profit registered charity governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Hopewell was established outside of Guelph, Ontario in Ariss in 1983 by John and Johanna Oosterhuis as a goodwill gesture to help families manage support for their child. The support these families needed was not typical supports but centered around help for their child who had either developmental disabilities and/or other medical challenges. The agency has grown significantly since then and we now have administrative space plus 7 homes where we provide support - we serve over 500 families a year! Our services fit into three pillars: Respite, Recreational and Residential and we have a solid reputation for providing exceptional service to the individuals we support and their families. We are funded by the Ministry of Children’s Community and Social Servies and are looked to by the Ministry to expand our supports to be able to serve more individuals in our community.
Our unique culture and well-deserved reputation for extraordinary staff and exceptional care have allowed Hopewell to increase its ability to serve more individuals requiring care and support.
About the opportunity
Hopewell is seeking a Fund Development Coordinator who will support a comprehensive fund development plan that identifies philanthropic and strategic priorities for Hopewell.
You belong at Hopewell if:
As the Fund Development Coordinator, you will be a key player in Hopewell’s fund development initiatives. You will also have the opportunity to unleash your creative side by creating “attention grabbing” messages, visuals and social media content that tell the “story of Hopewell” and the impact that our programs and services have in the community.
This is a great opportunity for the right person. You will be both passion driven and patient, innovative and organized and curious in searching out creative ways of fundraising for Hopewell.
Duties and Responsibilities
Attributes And Qualifications You Have
INTERESTED IN TAKING ON THIS EXCITING CHALLENGE?
Hopewell strives to be an inclusive and safe space for all, and to accurately reflect the diversity of the various stakeholders that we serve. We strongly encourage expressions of interest from people who are members of marginalized and/or underserved/underrepresented communities, especially individuals who identify with: First Nations, Metis, or Inuit, or people of colour; diverse gender and sexual identities (including LGBTQ2+); people living with dis/ability.
Successful applicants will be required to submit to a Police Records Check at the vulnerable sector level as part of the offer process.
No phone calls please. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Hopewell offers accommodations for applicants with disabilities. If you are contacted by us regarding this position, please advise if you require accommodations.
We thank all applicants in advance for their interest in employment with Hopewell. We would like to inform our applicants that only those candidates selected for interview consideration will be contacted.
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