Sterling Search Inc. has been exclusively retained to recruit for the new Associate Director of Advancement (ADoA) at Heluna Health.
Heluna Health is a national nonprofit organization with annual revenue of $130 million and a leader in providing program and support services to optimize population health for more than 500 health and social service initiatives. The agency offers a full range of program development, personnel, financial and grant management solutions to researchers, universities, consortia, government agencies, community organizations and population health practitioners, so that they can focus on what they do best – helping more people live healthy and productive lives. Heluna Health is also an innovator of direct service programs, including the largest nonprofit network of WIC centers in the nation.
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In recent years, Heluna Health developed a new philanthropy arm to work with their First 5 LA program the “Little by Little School Readiness Program.” Heluna Health hired a Director of Institutional Advancement (DIA) to report to the CEO and develop a long-term sustainability plan, along with a traditional fundraising program, to scale and enhance program funding with the goal of reaching significantly more program participants. A new Associate Director of Advancement will help to creatively scale these efforts.
About the Little by Little School Readiness Program
The evidence–based Little by Little School Readiness Program engages low-income families and fosters early literacy skills to improve school success for children participating in the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program. Little by Little is a program of Heluna Health, funded by First 5 LA and serves over 60,000 WIC participants in LA County each year.In addition, the Little by Little School Readiness Program has been piloted in Tulsa, Oklahoma (funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation) and currently serves more than 12,000 WIC participants each year in that city. Visit www.lblreaders.org to learn more about this program.
With the growth of the Little by Little School Readiness Program, there is a need for additional fundraising staff. Heluna Health is hiring a new ADoA who will spend 50% of his/her time supporting the DIA in continuing to develop the fundraising for the Little by Little School Readiness Program and 50% of her/his time growing philanthropy for the agency as a whole.
With respect to growing philanthropy for Heluna Health, the new ADoA will play a strategic leadership role in developing a robust fund development program for Heluna Health’s non-profit partners. Many of these partners have missions that naturally provide opportunities for philanthropic support. Heluna Health believes it can play an important role in furthering these missions by creating a central philanthropic arm to support them. The Associate Director of Advancement is a new and exciting role for someone who has great passion for community health and, is ready to play a leadership role in building a new advancement program for a large organization with deep social impact.
The Associate Director of Advancement is a senior-level, experienced fundraising professional with a direct report to the Director of Advancement and frequent collaboration with Heluna Health’s CEO. This individual will spend 50% of their time supporting agency wide fundraising initiatives for Heluna Health and 50% of their time supporting long-term sustainability efforts for the Little by Little School Readiness Program (a high visibility program of Heluna Health).
She or he will serve as the primary development professional engaged in donor identification (individual, corporate, foundation), prospecting, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. As a frontline development leader, she or he will work directly with the CEO and the Director of Advancement to develop a robust strategic fundraising plan for Heluna Health and the Little by Little Program with an emphasis on diversifying revenue streams through philanthropic initiatives.
The Development Department
The Associate Director of Advancement reports to the Director of Advancement and is part of a development team that also includes a Development Manager and a Manager of Marketing and Communications. The team also works closely with the agency’s Marketing and Communications Director and staff, as well as the agency’s Chief Program Officer and client support team.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
The Associate Director of Advancement, in coordination with the Director of Advancement and the CEO, will be charged with creating and executing a comprehensive fundraising plan for Heluna Health. In addition, she/he will work closely with select Heluna Health client partners to assist with and support their fundraising goals. This position also supports all sustainability efforts for the Little by Little School Readiness Program.This individual should have broad and comprehensive development skills, including experience and success with soliciting significant corporate, foundation and individual gifts. Responsibilities include:
Corporate and Foundation Giving
Professional Experience and Qualifications
A competitive compensation package will be offered to attract an outstanding candidate.
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