Director of Philanthropy
Summit Assistance Dogs seeks a talented and accomplished Director of Philanthropy to lead our fund development program during one of the most dynamic times in our organization's history.
Summit specializes in training and partnering highly-skilled mobility service dogs with people who are living with disabilities. To respond to the increasing client need, Summit is launching a capital campaign to raise $5 million to build a training facility on Whidbey Island. During this time, and beyond, Summit seeks an experienced Director with a deep commitment to values-based fundraising who can lead our philanthropy team and inspire our donor community.
Specific goals include designing and implementing our multi-year fundraising initiative, mobilizing our Board of Directors and Capital Campaign Committee, and supervising and mentoring our growing and talented team of development staff and volunteers.
Summit brings its core values of respect, inclusion and innovation into all aspects of its work, and seeks an individual who can build a successful fundraising program that is intentionally grounded in these values and principles. This is a great opportunity for someone who is energized by our mission of creating life-changing partnerships between people and dogs and is committed to cultivating sustainability.
Please submit cover letter and resume to:
Sue Meinzinger, Executive Director