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Hope Community, Inc.
The Development Associate is the fundraising staff member for Hope Community, Inc. In collaboration with the Executive Director, the Board of Directors, and the Business Manager the Development Associate plans and implements all fundraising strategies and works with consultants, volunteers, and program staff to carry out development initiatives related to the operations and programs of the organization
•Research government and foundation funding requests
•Work with teams of program and administrative staff to develop program designs and proposal concepts
•Author and revise all grant proposals
•Track all current and future grant calendars
•Maintain a positive and productive relationship with current funders
•Assist in the implementation and evaluation of the agency’s individual giving plan.
•Minimum: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
•Excellent communication skills both written and oral
•Willingness to take initiative
•Ability to be creative and think outside the box.
•Experience with community based organization and fundraising
•High level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of Hope Community's mission.
How TO APPLY:
Located in East Harlem, New York, Hope Community is a dynamic Community Preservation and Development Corporation. Hope Community Procures Financing, constructs, markets, and manages a diversified housing portfolio for households from moderate to very low income. Started over 40 years ago, Hope Community currently manages over 1300 apartments through its participation in a wide selection of federal, state, city, and private programs. In addition, through the creation of new and revitalized commercial spaces, we also encourage the growth and success of neighborhood businesses.