Flexible, Part-to-Full-time Development Opportunity with NAMI Greater Mississippi Valley!
Some say mental health is a civil rights issue for our time. One in three persons now experience a mental health condition. Join the NAMI cause to break social stigma, build community acceptance, and provide greater access to health care and supports.
Who We Are
NAMI Greater Mississippi Valley is one of the oldest affiliates of the nation’s largest grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals living with a mental health condition and their families. A 501c3 nonprofit, NAMI helps individuals and families in a six-county region by providing education, advocacy and support. Our programs are nationally developed and delivered by trained volunteers who have lived experience with mental illness. Education and support programs are provided at no cost to participants. Monies raised here – stay here to deliver evidence-based programming that is unduplicated in the community. The programs complement the work of health care and social service providers.
NAMI GMV is currently looking to hire an experienced Development Manager to lead major fundraising events and campaigns, as well as to seek individual donations and corporate sponsorships. Success in these areas will allow for NAMI GMV to increase resources available for mission-based activities and to build a strong and diversified financial base for the organization.
The ideal candidate for this position will have demonstrated experience with cultivation and stewardship activities and success with major fundraising events. They will be energetic and enthusiastic, with the ability to inspire, motivate and engage others. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, initiative, and the ability to work independently are key!
Hours are flexible, and schedules can range from 30 to 40 hours per week, as necessary. Some travel within the area is required and mileage will be reimbursed.
How to Apply
Send resume with cover letter and salary requirements to:
Angela J. Gallagher, APR