Fundraiser Career Guide
Fundraiser Career Ratings
Real-Life Fundraiser Job Profiles
|ID||Job Title||Gender||Age||Earnings||City & State||Date|
|33900||Fundraising Coach||Female||48||$34,500||Puyallup, NY||01/01/2010|
|33806||Director Of Annual Giving And Government Relations||Female||31||$50,000||Parma Heights, OH||01/01/2010|
|33171||Manager Of The Garden Patrons Program||Female||24||$49,000||Long Island City, NY||01/01/2010|
Like your parents always said, money doesn?t grow on trees. This is why so many industries and companies rely on fundraising professionals to help them raise the money for specific initiatives. Fundraisers can be especially crucial for non-profit organizations and educational institutions, which often depend on the support from donors to remain in existence and fulfill their missions.
So, what exactly do fundraisers do? A common task of fundraisers is to identify and reach out to potential donors, as well as remain in contact with current donors. Whether these donors are individuals or businesses, a personal relationship and consistent communication can significantly impact the amount of funds that are raised. Additionally, fundraisers often come up with different event ideas to raise money for a specific cause. From silent auctions to fancy galas, golf tournaments to raffle ticket sales, the purpose remains the same.
Fundraisers wear many different hats in their line of work. They have to be organized, creative, great communicators, and good with numbers. Is fundraising a career that peaks your interest? Would you like to learn more about what these professionals do on a regular basis? Then check out the career profiles below. We have interviewed fundraising professionals to get the inside scoop and find out what it is truly like to work in this field.
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