Director of Development

Clubhouse International is a multi-national non-profit organization promoting the Clubhouse model of psychosocial rehabilitation, with a goal to end social and economic isolation for people living with mental illness. Clubhouse International is a membership organization providing guidance, training, conferences, leadership development and quality assurance programs for participating Clubhouses and their members, staff and board members.  Additionally, Clubhouse International disseminates information about the Clubhouse model and mental illness, and organizes and manages private and public forums relating to this work.  The Clubhouse International network reaches more than 30 countries. Clubhouse International is headquartered in New York, NY, but has staff located worldwide and is moving to a 100% remote work environment by 2019.

Clubhouse International is seeking a Director of Development to lead its fundraising efforts, grow its national and international reach, and build donor relationships in key communities. The Director of Development is an important part of the Clubhouse International leadership team.  Reporting to the Executive Director, the role of the Director of Development is to plan, direct and coordinate all Clubhouse International development activities, major fundraising activities and special projects associated with meeting and increasing funding and organizational development goals and success. The Director of Development position is a remote position and requires a high degree of independent work and flexibility.
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Director of Development and Communications

“Warriors helping warriors” is the motto of Paws for Purple Hearts (PPH), which the organization actualizes by involving veterans and active duty service members in preparing future service dogs for other injured comrades. Canine-Assisted Warrior Therapy is transforming lives of veterans facing post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injuries and other trauma-related challenges. The focus on veterans working with the dogs—and the therapeutic benefits they derive as a result—is the key differentiator of this innovative program in the service dog market. In this way, every PPH puppy helps dozens of veterans before being assigned permanently to one for the remainder of the dog’s life.

Canine-Assisted Warrior Therapy™ developed out of research at the prestigious Bergin University of Canine Studies and the Department of Veterans Affairs facility in Menlo Park, California, beginning in 2006. In 2011, Paws for Purple hearts was spun off and incorporated into a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit entity. The University’s founder Dr. Bonita Bergin, who invented the concept of the “service dog” to assist people with mobility limitations in 1975, remains actively engaged in PPH and currently serves as its chief executive officer.
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Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Youth Dynamics, a non-profit children’s behavioral health agency, has been serving Montana families since 1981. This organization offers a wide array of services at 31 locations throughout the state, serving rural and frontier communities as well as more populated areas. Youth Dynamics primarily serves youth with an SED (severely emotionally disturbed) diagnosis and their families. The continuum of care may include community based services or temporary placement in therapeutic foster care, a group home, or a residential setting. Services may be arranged through the state child welfare or mental health agencies, or through private referral.

This agency currently has a $20,000,000 budget and approximately 500 staff. Youth Dynamics is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
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President / CEO

The Community Action Agency Cincinnati / Hamilton County (CAA CHC) is a progressive, established and highly regarded leader in the Cincinnati nonprofit community. The agency uses a holistic approach to offer a range of services to low-income individuals and their families to help lift them out of poverty. Among the services provided are workforce development, emergency heating assistance, entrepreneurial coaching, Head Start, and Early Head Start.

By far the agency’s largest program is Head Start, which served over 2,500 children in the Cincinnati area last year. The organization’s total base budget for all services was over $27 million last year with a staff of 230 individuals.

The agency’s incumbent CEO, retiring after 22 years, has guided a generation of growth and successful outcomes for the citizens of this community. The next leader will have the opportunity to build on these achievements with an empowering and passionate board and move forward to new levels of expressing its mission — to build a community for all.
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Vice President of Philanthropy

Covenant Health Foundation, in Lubbock, Texas, is seeking a Vice President of Philanthropy. Formed in 1998, the Foundation exists solely to secure philanthropic support for Covenant Health System, the region’s largest health system serving approximately 750,000 people in West Texas and Eastern New Mexico.

The Vice President of Philanthropy is responsible for providing overall leadership to achieve philanthropic fundraising goals and objectives in support of Covenant Health’s mission and ministry. This position oversees twelve staff members and reports directly to the Covenant Health CEO and President.
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Director of Membership

Shriners International is seeking a Director of Membership.

A full position description will be posted as soon as it is available.

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