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The Development Manager plays a key role in helping to generate gifts related to the overall fundraising goals of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation with direct responsibility for the strategy, management, identification, cultivation, solicitation, recognition, and stewardship of mid-level individual donors. To apply, please submit your resume to email@example.com
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The Constituent Information Department is responsible for processing gifts, recognizing donors, and managing the St. Baldrick’s Foundation database. The Constituent Information Coordinator performs a wide variety of tasks to assist with donation processing and ensure that data is accurate and up to date. To apply, please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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We love what we do, and we love why we do it. With plenty of laughs and just as many tears, we work together to make sure the biggest share of every dollar makes it into the hands of a researcher. And we have some fun along the way—after all, an organization that started with a few guys shaving their heads in a pub can’t be serious all the time.
You get to meet the most wonderful, inspiring, generous, courageous people around the country—St. Baldrick’s volunteers, donors and families.—Traci Shirk,
I like coming to work every day, knowing that I am working with a team of passionate individuals who want to make a difference in childrens lives. We believe in the St. Baldrick's mission.—Danielle Rogers,
My coworkers are some of the best people I've ever worked with. We come together as a team and work hard knowing that what we're doing makes a real impact.—Lorenz Siongco,