Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester - Manager of Donor Engagement Email

AFP Member? Yes
Name of Organization: Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester
Title of Position: Manager of Donor Engagement
Salary Range (low): $55,000
Salary Range (high): $60,000
Organization Website: www.lollypop.org

Description of Responsibilities: The Manager of Donor Engagement works closely with the Vice President of Development & Communications and the Director of Development and plays an integral role in cultivating, soliciting and stewarding gifts from annual donors and collaborates to increase organizational support.

Essential Job Duties:

  • Works collaboratively between the communications and development departments; develops and leads a comprehensive annual giving program, including strategies to incorporate direct mail, e-campaigns, telemarketing campaigns, donation box program, Community Care Alerts, and Autos for Animals.
  • Focuses annual giving program on new donors, donor retention, mid-level and major gifts pipelines, overall increasing the annual gift amounts of individual donors.
  • Plans and implements multiple direct mail appeals, including constituent selection, and removal of targeted prospects from inappropriate direct mail solicitation; oversees mail-house, mailing schedule, theme, and artistic concept while coordinating with Director of Development and Vice President of Development & Communications. Coordinates production and mailing of newsletters including vendor communication and vetting.
  • Manages Furever Yours Monthly giving program. Including bringing new donors into the program, providing them proper stewardship and asking for increased support. Where appropriate, transfer their relationship into the mid-level or major gift programs.
  • Writes new acknowledgment letters regularly and, in collaboration with Development Assistant and Development Database Manager, ensures accurate and timely preparation and distribution of acknowledgments.
  • Works in conjunction with Director of Development in setting yearly annual giving goals and departmental budget. Monitors expenses.
  • Maintains database with appropriate donor contact information; assures confidentiality and accuracy of donor information.
  • Responds to donor concerns or complaints.
  • Supports Development & Communications Department efforts including Special Events.
  • Carry out responsibilities in accordance with the company’s policies and applicable state/ federal laws
  • Observe all safety rules and regulations for self and others
  • Perform other duties as requested to meet organization needs

Organization's Financial Sources:
Contributions
Foundation and Corporate Grants
Special Events

Benefits: 
Vacation and Holiday Policy
Medical, Dental, Health Insurance
Life Insurance
Retirement Plan (ex. 403b with match, or 401k - no matching contribution)

Education: Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 4 years annual giving or fundraising experience preferred. A combination of education and experience will be considered if aligned with the position. Experience with Raiser's Edge development software is highly preferred.

Experience/Personal Qualifications: Supports Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in all interactions, communications and publications. Must have the ability to deal tactfully and professionally with the public - on the phone, 1-on-1 in person and leading group tours of the facility. Possess strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to collect, analyze and present data for strategic accomplishment and course correction. Demonstrated ability to take primary responsibility for a diverse number of projects and to complete them in a timely manner with limited supervision. Proficiency in computer applications required (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).Physical Demands: Performs work primarily in an office setting. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, feel, speak, hear and see. Performance may also require prolonged periods of sitting and repetitive motion and occasional lifting with reasonable accommodations.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties of this position.

Must Align with the Company Mission, Vision and Core Values:

  • Mission: Together with our community, we better the lives of animals through justice, prevention, and life-saving care.
  • Vision: A just and compassionate world for all animals.
  • Core Values: We embrace and recognize that Lollypop Farm donors are the heroes of our work – voluntarily offering time or money, no matter the amount – to support our mission. Together, our core values unify and guide us to provide the best service to the animals, our community, our organization and ourselves.
    • Compassion: We show empathy and sympathy for what people and animals are experiencing through positive and constructive actions.
    • Communication: We exchange thoughts, feelings, and ideas in pursuit of mutually accepted goals.
    • Flexibility: We are willing and comfortable adapting to new circumstances and conditions.
    • Commitment: We are steadfast in our efforts to achieve our mission.
    • Teamwork: We collaborate and communicate to achieve common goals, understanding that the organization thrives when unified.
    • Integrity: We act with honor, fairness, and respect for animals, individuals, the organization, and our community.
    • Respect: We are considerate and professional regard for all aspects of our work.
  • EOE/ADA

Position Reports to: Director of Development

Send Correspondence to:
Jessica Francis
Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester
5852231330
99 Victor Road
Fairport, New York 14450
[email protected]

Include with Correspondence: Resume