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Toronto Cat Rescue was founded in 1994, with a mission to rescue and find homes for abandoned, sick or injured cats from situations of abuse, neglect or imminent euthanasia. Each year we successfully rescue about 2500 cats from the GTA, Kitchener Waterloo area and other large rescues across Ontario and Quebec. We are seeking an exceptional individual to coordinate our fundraising programs on a part time basis (20 hours per week). Reporting to the Executive Director, and working as part of a small staff team, you will contribute to our growth by supporting our amazing volunteers, building on strong fundraising practices, increasing annual revenue, expanding our donor base and managing metrics and related data, and in general raising our profile with the ultimate goal of saving more lives. Your background in fundraising and your relevant education will enable you to coordinate our current fundraising efforts and manage an effective program. You love working with committed and dedicated volunteers, and your love of cats is a big bonus! Learn more about us at torontocatrescue.ca


Your Email:
info@torontocatrescue.ca

Job Website URL:
https://torontocatrescue.ca/

Job Date:
2018-01-11

Job Details:
Responsibilities: Participates in the development of annual fundraising strategies and plans; Fundraising records and database management for donors, events and prospects; Records and prepares receipts for donations. Provides administrative support, including adherence to financial compliance regulations; Reviews and reports on tracking metrics of targets and evaluates results; Coordinates an effective donor stewardship plan for donors and sponsors; Writes proposals to foundations and granting agencies; Supports volunteer teams with the coordination of events, and attends all TCR signature events; Coordinates campaigns and appeals, working closely with volunteer teams; Maintains inventory, collates and prepares fundraising materials. Works with volunteer team to manage merchandise and orders for online store; Other duties as may be assigned or required. Qualifications and Education Requirements Commitment to animal welfare and the mission, values, goals and success of Toronto Cat Rescue; Experience coordinating fundraising programs, especially events, writing grant proposals, donor prospecting and donor relations. Demonstrated capacity for leading volunteers with commitment to integrity, sound judgment, resourcefulness and accountability; Strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Strong project management skills; High degree of computer proficiency including G Suite and CRMs (customer relationship management software). Comfortable operating virtually, including multiple social media and online applications. Data savvy including working with databases, spreadsheets and documents; Formal education in fundraising management or an equivalent combination of education and experience; Minimum two years of experience in fundraising, preferably including volunteer management. Valid ‘G’ license with access to a reliable vehicle is an asset but not mandatory; Acceptable criminal records check with Vulnerable Sector Check.

Contact Information:
info@torontocatrescue.ca

Location:
Toronto, ON

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