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Entries by Megan McCue
“This event allows an opportunity for local leaders to come together and discuss how we can put an end to domestic violence.”
You have women in your life for whom you would do anything. Don’t you? If you could reduce the chances […]
By Stephanie DeMaro Every summer has a story. I don’t know about you, but the summer months are my favorite […]
“Our hope for Nicholas is a life that continues to be filled with kind, loving, compassionate people who truly care for our son as if he were their own.”
United Way of Southwestern PA (UWSWPA) focuses on solving the pressing issues you care about by bringing together the entire community — policymakers, corporate leaders, excellent agency partners, and individuals who you want to help – to assist our neighbors in need and develop long-term solutions. No other single local non-profit can mobilize all of these partners and bring them together to achieve results. Together we have the opportunity to transform the lives of so many people throughout Pennsylvania and accomplish long- lasting impact.
UWSWPA is seeking a professional to be responsible for managing Tocqueville Society members (donors contributing $10,000+ annually) and planned giving donor relationships. In addition, the Tocqueville Development Officer will have the responsibility of assisting in the implementation of a comprehensive planned giving program. This work will include, but not limited to, developing and managing relationships with specific assigned donors and prospects with the capacity to give $10,000 or more on an annual basis along with collaborating with other officers to lead the planning and coordination of activities related to the planned giving program.
Bachelor’s Degree required (Minimum); and five plus years of non-profit fundraising experience, with at least three of those years in a role focused on major gift identification, cultivation, solicitation, and recognition. 3- 5 years of experience with various types of planned giving instruments.
There are seniors in our community struggling to remain in their cherished home, dreading going into a nursing home. I […]