Social Justice Fund NW is hiring TWO new positions:
* Do you have experience doing grassroots fundraising and major donor cultivation? Our new Donor Relations Manager will play a critical role in building sustainability for our organization and our movements, increasing SJF’s donor organizing, fundraising, and grantmaking by supporting the organization’s Annual Fund fundraising efforts. Check out the listing for more info, and share!
Imagine...you’ve just learned white nationalists are planning a rally in your town. You can’t sit back and watch this happen. With just a couple weeks notice, you and your neighbors decide to organize a counter-protest. You need buses to bring in community supporters along with food, child care, translators, and the list goes on. Just $500 would make the difference, but you don’t have it, and you don’t know anyone you could ask.
Last week, I started as the Development Director here at Social Justice Fund NW. It’s an extraordinary political moment to be stepping into this movement role, the perfect culmination of the organizing work I’ve done over the past 15 years.
I am happy to say that I, along with 16 other participants, just completed the 2016 Criminal Justice Giving Project that began in May. Together, we raised $213,245 for community organizing groups working on criminal justice issues in the Northwest. You can see the full list of organizations we funded here.
Social Justice Fund NW is very excited to announce a new full-time position to lead and implement a dynamic new communications strategy. The Communications Manager position will be based in the Seattle office and is open until filled, but priority will be given to applications received by November 30, 2016 and interested individuals are strongly encouraged to apply by that date.
Please read the job listing below for more information, and share widely!