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Breakthrough Central Texas Development Associate

Breakthrough seeks a talented and enthusiastic team member whose primary role will be to execute a robust donor stewardship plan and provide general administrative support for a high functioning Development and Communications team, including; database management, gift processing, and acknowledgment, prospect research, event logistics support, and Board and Development Council reporting.

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Texas Humane Legislation Network Director of Development

After decades of strong, professional volunteer leadership, THLN hired Executive Director, Laura Donahue in 2016 to lead the organization and now seeks its first full-time Director of Development. Working closely with the Executive Director, the Director of Development will develop, manage, and execute a comprehensive fundraising plan that includes individual giving, major donor cultivation, peer-to-peer fundraising opportunities, and online campaigns.

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Lone Star Victims Advocacy Project: Central Texas Coordinator

Lone Star Victims Advocacy Project’s mission is to educate, advocate for, and provide free legal services to empower abused immigrants in rural Texas. LSVAP is seeking a flexible individual with initiative, creativity, superlative communication skills, and commitment to social justice to support legal work for immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking. This is a full-time position.

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Austin Humane Society: Development Manager

Our Mission

The Austin Humane Society (AHS) offers comprehensive, humane, life-saving animal services, transforming the lives of animals and those who love them.

Who We Are

Serving our community since 1952, the Austin Humane Society (AHS) is the longest standing no-kill shelter in Austin. AHS transforms the lives of animals and those who love them through life-saving programs that find animals homes, serve animals and people in times of crisis, prevent future homelessness through spay and neuter, and engage the community to be a part of the solution. Over the past year, AHS has unleashed hope for over 11,000 animals thanks to the generosity of our donors.

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Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy: Administrative and Events Coordinator

Position: Administrative & Events Coordinator

Reports to: Executive Director

Start Date: Flexible

Schedule: 20-30 hours, days and times flexible during normal business hours (M-F 8:30am-5pm)

Classification: Part-time, hourly, non-exempt

  • Compensation: $17-20/hour, depending on experience. The Texas Campaign offers comprehensive benefits to employees working 30+ hours/week.
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Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy: Director of Development

Who We Are

The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is a statewide, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization founded in 2009 to reduce teen pregnancy through research, advocacy, collaboration and training. We are committed to ensuring that every Texas teen has the knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about their health and future. Our team is small but mighty, driven by data and committed to excellence. We rely on individual strengths and experience as well as the power of collaboration to deliver the best possible resources and solutions for our stakeholders and partners.

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Health Alliance for Austin Musicians: Event Coordinator

Scope and Purpose: The Event Coordinator is responsible for execution of all logistical and tactical tasks for HAAM events, managing and growing the HAAM volunteer program, as well as acting as the liaison between HAAM and supporters who wish to support HAAM through 3rd party fundraisers and events. This position will work closely with the Executive Director, HAAM Board, Director of Marketing & Events and HAAM events and marketing team. This position will also assist in marketing, website updates and social media as needed.

A strategic and integral member of the Development team, the Events Coordinator is primarily responsible for planning and coordinating the organization’s fundraising events, 3rd party events and managing organization’s volunteers. The Events Coordinator ensures that all fundraising events are within budget and appropriately represent HAAM to the community. This individual plans fundraising events in coordination with the Director of Marketing & Events, vendors and volunteers. This individual is responsible for event logistics, including venue, communication, vendor and staff/volunteer matters. Events Coordinator also assists in other development efforts that will allow the organization to achieve its mission of providing access to affordable healthcare for Austin’s low-income, working musicians. The Events Coordinator is also responsible for the HAAM Volunteer Program.

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It's Time Texas: Events Coordinator: Logistics & Operations

IT’S TIME TEXAS (ITT)
Job Opportunity: Events Coordinator: Logistics & Operations
Job Type: Full-time Non-Exempt
 
It’s Time Texas is growing, and we need smart, passionate, purpose-driven people to join our team. Here’s our truth: we’re ambitious, we’re different, we’re going all in on building a culture of health in Texas. To do this, we are organizing a social movement around the core value that Texas is best when Texans are healthy. By working with partners and supporters throughout the state, we are changing behaviors, practices, and policies to make healthy living central to what it means to be a Texan. Sound good so far?
 
Our work is critically important, but it’s not easy. We work hard and we help each other. We offer a stimulating work environment where talented people who are committed to transforming health in Texas thrive. As part of our team, you will have many opportunities to learn and grow your skill set, while making a real contribution to a rapidly growing organization and awesome team.
 
Who We Need:
 
Convening people and organizations to share ideas, inspiration, and opportunities to collaborate is core to our work. For the past two years, we have co-hosted the Healthier Texas Summit with the University of Texas System. This highly successful event continues to evolve and expand, and we are adding a series of regional workshops to the mix. We are hiring two coordinators to manage all the activities that make conferences/workshops successful. Together, this dynamic duo will create amazing experiences that advance our mission and position It’s Time Texas as a go-to resource and leader in our field. This specific role is responsible for event logistics. This includes identifying, vetting, and securing venues; making arrangements for equipment; working with vendors; thinking through and coordinating details related to parking, seating, meals, travel, etc.; organizing and managing the run of show; negotiating rates; coordinating expenses/budgets; troubleshooting; and supporting promotion. We need someone who works well under pressure, adjusts easily to change, and is able to multi-task. This person has excellent communication and project management skills. The ideal candidate is incredibly detail oriented and takes great pride in things running smoothly. Some travel is required.

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It's Time Texas: Senior Donor Relations Director

It’s Time Texas is growing, and we need smart, passionate, purpose-driven people to join our team. Here’s our truth: we’re ambitious, we’re different, we’re going all in on building a culture of health in Texas. To do this, we are organizing a social movement around the core value that Texas is best when Texans are healthy. By working with partners and supporters throughout the state, we are changing behaviors, practices, and policies to make healthy living central to what it means to be a Texan.
 
Our work is critically important, but it’s not easy. We work hard and we help each other. We offer a stimulating work environment where talented people who are committed to transforming health in Texas thrive. As part of our team, you will have many opportunities to learn and grow your skill set, while making a real contribution to a rapidly growing organization and awesome team.
 
Who We Need:
 
It’s Time Texas is expanding and diversifying our income portfolio and need a rock star salesperson/fundraiser to lead this charge. We’re looking for a dynamic, high-performing Donor Relations Lead who is passionate about our work, our mission, our potential and is excited to share this passion with prospective investors and donors. We need someone who knows how to sell, is excited to do so, and recognizes the tremendous value this role provides to both our organization and the companies and people who invest in our success. The ideal candidate is an enthusiastic relationship-builder with an entrepreneurial spirit (independent, self-driven, self-motivated, and smart) who is looking for an amazing opportunity to share these gifts with a young, growing, and dynamic nonprofit. We need someone with vision to create a diversification strategy that grows our income and expands our impact exponentially, grit and determination to make it happen, and the flexibility to adjust as needed to deliver results.

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Foundation Communities: Learning Center Coordinator

Foundation Communities creates housing where families succeed. We provide people with an affordable, attractive place to call home, as well as opportunities right at their doorstep to transform their lives.

Position Summary: The Learning Center Coordinator will lead the development and implementation of educational programs and neighborhood improvement initiatives around an affordable housing community in south Austin.

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