Virginia philanthropy is poised to reach an unprecedented level of effectiveness. In recent years, new leaders have brought energy, wisdom and courage to their work. They have begun working together, exhibiting unparalleled levels of collaboration, shared work and learning. Today is the perfect time to launch the Virginia Funders Network (VFN) to broaden and capitalize on these early successes, with a goal of achieving improved outcomes in areas such as education, health, poverty, housing and social justice.
The Foundation is embarking on a search to find the next President & CEO to lead through an exciting time of transition.
The Senior Health Policy Strategist works across the organization to identify and execute opportunities to use policy as a changemaking tool, helping MFH and the broader field understand how individual and community health are impacted by various circumstances, programs, and policies.
The Michigan Health Endowment Fund seeks a systems thinker to support our grantmaking process across programs. The right candidate has strong technology skills underpinned by an understanding of accounting concepts, workflows, and customer service.
The new VPP will be drawn to this rare opportunity to join GHF during the Foundation’s inaugural years and will have the unique opportunity to shape strategy, build a dynamic team, and foster team culture in close partnership with the CEO, executive team, and other program team members.
The Program Officer will be responsible for day-to-day implementation and management of the Sacramento County African American Behavioral Health Program. The Program Officer will support community partners to build their capacity for policy and systems change, coordinate program hub activities, and oversee and monitor community partners’ grant activities.
The Program Officer will be responsible for day-to-day implementation and management of the Elevate Youth California-Youth Substance Use Disorder Prevention Program.
The Grant Writer is an integral part of the Foundation’s team and works closely with area collaborative teams, non-profits, and key stakeholders in the Foundation’s service area, to identify the greatest need for residents in Pottstown and surrounding areas. Our Grant Writer will build community capacity by applying for large and some small grants. Works…
The Director will lead JPB’s grants management operations, including supporting the administration of more than $250+ million in grants each year, improving all aspects of the grants administration process, and providing support and trainings to grants management and programmatic staff.
GIH seeks a dynamic professional who is eager to share knowledge and information with a variety of stakeholders, ranging from foundation staff and trustees to policymakers, health practitioners, and researchers.
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