FPWA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

FPWA is committed to employing people who reflect the diversity of our member agencies and the communities and people they serve.

**AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.

The following job opportunities are currently available:

Development Associate

The Development Associate is responsible for providing logistical & administrative support to specific fundraising and fund development initiatives, including special events, grants, and donor development, including management of all fundraising, tracking, and reporting. The position will work closely with other internal teams to develop grant narrative and financial proposals and reports.

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Grant Writer

FPWA is seeking a part-time Grant Writer to serve as a contracted member of the Development and Communications Team. FPWA is an anti-poverty, policy and advocacy membership organization whose mission is to promote the social and economic well-being of greater New York’s most vulnerable by advocating for just public policies and strengthening human service organizations. We have three program units:  Policy, Advocacy, and Research; Member Initiatives; and Faith Based Initiatives. The Grant Writer will contribute to raising funds from both private foundation, corporate and government sources for all three program areas.

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Human Resources Generalist

The HR Generalist is responsible for management and delivery of all human resources administration for FPWA. The HR Generalist plays a critical role in employee on-boarding inclusive of recruitment, hiring and succession planning; benefits management and analysis; managing to maintain high-performing HR function including performance management and records management; and, other essential activities which build and maintain an effective workplace.

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Corporate and Foundations Giving Relations Intern

This position supports our Institutional Giving area that has achieved growth of over 50% year-to-year. This intern will conduct research on corporations and foundations for grant opportunities, Synthesize donor research and report to development and organizational leadership on weekly basis, draft correspondence, letters of inquiry and grant proposal language, Assist with donor database data entry and systems development and Play a role in developing sponsorship packets, assisting with events and creating online fundraising vehicles.

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Individual Giving Intern

This position reports to the Director of Development and will help the team to cultivate, Engage and retain new and existing donors, Conduct research on individuals for prospect development, Synthesize donor research and report to development and organizational leadership on weekly basis, Support the development of a young leaders affinity network and annual campaign activities.

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Special Projects and Events Intern

This position works directly with the Chief of Development & Communications Officer to support event planning and logistical planning of donor outreach for the Board and executive/senior leadership, coordination of donor communications and drafting correspondence & formatting presentations for Board and major donors, assisting with information collection and distribution  high level participation in the development and implementation of major donor affinity group and working on reporting from the database. Candidates must have previous experience working in a fundraising department.

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